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Timetable for New Line train to Badaling

by Maxi23

I know there's a new railway route to the Great Wall & need more info about it. I believe it leaves from Beijing North train station is this also called Xizhimen? Also Where do you get off the train is it Yanquing station? Is there a special place to buy tickets? Lastly does anyone have a timetable or know where I can find one.

Re: Timetable for New Line train to Badaling

by JohanIsWeg

Visit http://www.explorebj.com/subway/ for a good map of the Beijing metro system.
China guru Ellyse posted the following timetable from Beijing North station to Badaling on VT's sister site TripAdvisor: 0608, 0726, 0933, 1020, 1108, 1152, 1319, 1405, 1501, 1554, 1815, 1932 and 2020.

Re: Timetable for New Line train to Badaling

by johnmperry

suggests there is one train a day to badaling. But the site doesn't seem to be working properly these days. Or maybe it's just Google Chrome ...

Re: Timetable for New Line train to Badaling

by Maxi23

Thanks, what are the train times going back to Beijing?

Re: Timetable for New Line train to Badaling

by lozolo

the train goes there start at 7:36 from beijing,arrive at 11:05,
the train back to beijing in 15:24,arrive beijing at 17:54.
it is about 62km.
this train stops in many stations,it is too slow.
you can also take bus 919 in Deshengmen station,all days.it takes less than 2 hours,any problem,just ask me,i am in Beijing

Re: Timetable for New Line train to Badaling

by ellyse

Trains run between Beijing North train station and Badaling station. Not Yanqing.

Beijing North -- Badaling:
Y561 (0608--0707)
Y563 (0726--0825)
Y565 (0800--0909)
Y567 (0933--1042)
Y569 (1020--1129)
Y579 (1501--1610)
Y581 (1554--1653)
Y585 (1815--1924)
Y587 (1932--2041)
Y589 (2020--2129)

Badaling -- Beijing North:
Y562 (0620--0740)
Y566 (0838--0957)
Y568 (0925--1047)
Y570 (1013--1132)
Y580 (1522--1628)
Y582 (1623--1729)
Y584 (1708--1830)
Y586 (1840--1959)
Y588 (1940--2057)
Y590 (2056--2202)

Travel Tips for Beijing

Map of Summer Palace

by blue_sky04

The palace is impressive!!! It's huge and beautiful.
I even heard a rumor that the lake and the hill are man-made. I have not done any reseach/reading to prove the rumor. If it is true, this fact adds one more reason to call this place impressive.

I hope the maps can be helpful for you to get the idea about the Summer Palace and you can use them when visiting the palace.

Kite flying

by tompt

On highway overpasses, on squares, like the tiananmen, or in parks like the summerpalace grounds, you can't miss seeing kites flying over Beijing.

It is said the kite was invented by Lu Ban in the 4th century BC. Kites were first used for military purposes before being adopted as toys. Chinese soldiers used colorful kites to confuse and frighten their enemies, and also to keep lines of communication open from battlefields. In the Tang Dynasty (618-907 AD)the improved designs and new materials made it possible for ordinary people to make and fly their own kites. Colored paper, silk, and cloth were mounted on bamboo frames to make simple kites. From then it became a relaxing hobby.

In the picture a man flying his kite from the bridge over the lake of the summer palace.

Night Food Market at Wangfujing

by Lemonita

There's a night food market in Wangfujing Street. Actually, it's not on Wangfujing street but the first one on the left, when you walk from South to North, it's Donganmen Street.
It's open from 6 to 9 PM every day when the weather is warm enough, ie from Spring to Autumn.

It's pretty crowded as there are at least 30 stands selling grilled skewers, noodles, dumplings etc...

A donde...? - Where ...?

by elpariente about Panjiayuan Market

A donde quiere que se lo llevemos ?
La ventaja de este mercado es que a los extremos tienen especialistas que te pueden embalar y enviar todo lo que compres a cualquier lugar del mundo , así que ya no tienes disculpas

Where do you want we carry it ?
The advantage of this market is that at the ends of the market there are specialists that can wrap and send everything you buy anywhere in the world, so you do not longer have any excuses

The Beijing Airport

by mikelisaanna

Beijing Airport recently underwent a major expansion. The new terminal, Terminal 3, is HUGE, ultramodern, and truly world-class. We were extremely impressed with it. The were lots of check-in desks, and we also also found plenty of shops and restaurants to visit while we were waiting for our flights. We had no problems getting around, as there is plenty of signage in English for us non-Mandarin speakers.

If you are connecting through Beijing and need to change terminals, leave yourself plenty of time. That is because Terminal 3 is on the other side of the airport from the older terminals, and you have to take a 20-minute shuttle bus ride to travel between them. Also, be aware that because Terminal 3 is so large, it takes a while to walk to and from your gates.


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