Hua Chen Business Hotel Beijing

15A South Xiju Street, Fengtai District, Beijing, Beijing, 100073, China
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heat in beijing in late july?

by coramper

headed to beijing again late july. looks like it get rather hot (i'm from texas, so currently it is much hotter here!), and then at night cools down to a fairly decent temperature. my question, is it comfortable at night to sleep with the windows open, or it is still really too hot to sleep? would prefer not to have to get a place to stay with air conditioning due to the extra expense. thanks for your help! susan

Re: heat in beijing in late july?

by ellyse

Eh, I think every place has airconditioning already. Where did you find that didn't?

Re: heat in beijing in late july?

by chinamonty

I really doubt that anyone would try to charge extra for airconditioning in a city like Beijing. You will need to keep the windows closed because of pollution if you are in central Beijing.

Re: heat in beijing in late july?

by coramper

didn't see when i stayed in february (not that i needed it then!) that my hostel had air-conditioning. so, even in budget hotels/hostels, a/c is the norm? thanks, susan

Re: heat in beijing in late july?

by ellyse

Airconditioning in most of China isn't just for cold air, it's for warm air as well. Depends on which setting you use.

Re: heat in beijing in late july?

by OptimusPrimeShi

the air-conditionning is already included in the room charge...

Re: heat in beijing in late july?

by ellyse

That's another way of putting it, I guess.

Re: heat in beijing in late july?

by coramper

thanks for all the responses! i'm going with a friend who is a bit of a "delicate flower", and was hoping not to have to pay extra for a place with a/c. so, pollution is so bad that time of year that i won't want to open the window at night, even if it does get cool? there was virtually no (at least visible) pollution when i was there in february. was i just lucky or is the air pollution seasonal? susan

Travel Tips for Beijing

visit the Forbidden...

by rebibi

visit the Forbidden City,
Tiananmen square,
Beihai Park (see travelogues The Summer Palace,
The Great Wall,
and many other nice places. I was impressed by the cleanness all over especially in the metro and in the stations

Take your photos of ppl with their permission

by jenaikes

...otherwise, do it quickly. The mainland Chinese are extremely paranoid people. Paranoid about people laughing at their behaviour/bad habits (cos they are proud), paranoid especially if they are roadside hawkers or streetside vendors cos they are afraid that police can identify them for illegal hawking etc...

The ones with children normally are more open when you want to photogragh their chidren, especially if you complement that their kid is "ke ai" (adorable). Ask when in doubt if not you'll risk getting scolded.

China's little emperors

by leigh767

Since the One Child Policy the central government implemented in the 1980s, the "little emperor" phenomenon-- wherein parents pamper and dote on their only child-- has become very common in cities.

I saw this toddler happily munching on something on the back of the bike as his grandfather peddled away and thought that it was a rather neat embodiment of this phenomenon, even though the the toddler may not in actuality be sitting as comfortably as an emperor over there!

As a general tip, the best sightseeing in Chinese cities can be done just on the streets-- this is where the Real Life happens, after all. So keep an eye out for these scenes as you hit the road!

A great market for souvenirs

by tremendopunto about Panjiayuan Market

If you are looking for calligraphies, porcelain, antiques and so-called-antiques you have to go to the PANJIAJUAN market in Beijing. It is only on the weekend and you have to go there early, but it is the biggest market in Beijing. The size is about 4 football fields filled with people selling everything possible. Of course you have to keep in mind that there is a tough bargaining necessary. It`s part of the Chinese Culture.
How to get there:
Take Metro Line 1 from the ForbiddenCity/Tiananmen for 5 stations and get off at GUOMAO Station. Outside the station take Bus No. 28 for 20-25 minutes to the market. Just ask people on the bus, they know the market. Calligraphies, antiques, so-called-antiques - everything possible as a souvenir! Its up to you! It all depends on your bargain skills;-)

To meet expats go to Sanlitun...

by Russophile

To meet expats go to Sanlitun any night of the week. It is close to most of the embassies and has a silk market of its own during the day. Nice restaurants.

For a more Chinese taste try some of the clubs mentioned in travel guides. We went to one club on what appeared to be on an Army Base, interesting.

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