Jin Chang Jia Yuan Hotel

No.25 Xili Shuangyushu, Haidian District, Beijing, Beijing Region, 100086, China
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Hotels in Dongcheng district

by Fig33

I will be in Beijing from April 23-30 and I am now in the process of booking a hotel room. I am looking for a hotel in the Dongcheng district or closer to the Forbidden City--I am hoping to find a nice hotel room in the 300 yuan/night range. Any information and recommendations would be greatly appreciated.

Re: Hotels in Dongcheng district

by ellyse

I would definitely recommend Citytel Inn, Tang Yue Hotel etc. Both are very near the east side of Forbidden City, 5-10 mins walk from Tiananmen East metro stop (line 1) and I stayed in both a few months ago.

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too much people here

by tompt

Which tourist site we visited in Beijing, it was always very busy. It seemed like every chinese was visiting the same thing as we did. In the picture is the crowd just inside the summerpalace, on a nice monday morning !!

On a hot day, one of the best...

by zubric

On a hot day, one of the best places to sunbake is in the middle of a roundabout at a busy intersection. I saw one man doing this on one of my visits and was immediately taken by his determination to get a good tan.

Not just a bridge: an old Chinese town adventure

by Vaiofox

There's plenty more to see around the Marco Polo bridge area (or Lugouqiao Bridge as it's known in Chinese) than just the bridge itself. The bridge leads directly to the gates of the recently restored town of Lugouqiao (in the district of Wanping).

The gates are a spectacle worth seeing. They are the only entrance through the city walls that encircle Lugouqiao. These solid stone walls are more than 15 metres high and five metres wide across their top. As you enter the gates from the bridge, a stairway to your left takes you to the top of the wall. Spectuacular views of the bridge can seen from here.

As you pass through the gates, you enter the main street of Lugouqiao, a colourful, tree-lined throughfare. The houses and shops, many with bright red pillars and screens, have been carefully restored. As you walk along the street, you get a sense of life in Chinese towns hundreds of years ago.

Halfway along the street on your left is the Memorial Hall of the Chinese People's War of Resistance against Japan. Here you can learn more about the war that started by the bridge on July 7, 1937. Entrance fee: 15 yuan for adults. Opening hours: 8:30am - 4:00pm daily, except Monday.

Continue past the museum to the city wall gateway on the opposite side of town. The walk from the bridge to here takes about 15 minutes. Beyond the city wall is the Lugouqiao Sculpture Park. This fascinating park opened in July 2005.

You can get to Lugouquiao by public transport or by taxi. Avoid paying a flag-fall fare to your taxi driver as this costs more than a privately negotiated fare. I was able to negotiate a ride from Beijing's CBD hotels for 250 yuan. My driver happily waited two hours at bridge before returning me to my hotel. The ride is about 20 minutes each way. Save 10 yuan for an entrance fee to the Marco Polo bridge itself.

The 309, 313, 329 or 339 bus from Liuliqiao (on the West Third Ring Road) also takes you there. Get off the bus at Luqouqiao Station.

Learn to hear Manderin numbers!

by brideauj about Street vendors and bazars

Any shops that bargain for prices (most stores with the exception of chain stores etc.) Clothing, jewlerey, fake Rolex watches, perls, Cashmere.... As little as you can bargain for! Learn those mandarin numbers so you can hear what other people are paying for stuff. Westerners automaticly will get charged as much as 10X what locals pay. If you don't have the linquistical savvy, most will have a calculator with big digits and numbers that you will pass back and fourth untill they get you to surrender : ) Don't be affraid to walk away from the deal if you dont get the price you want. Most things can be found 100 yards away in another shop with another vendor.
If you can bring a local with you you will be rewarded in the savings and deals. A good fake vendor will have several grades of fakes and you will need a translator to understand the diffrences. Some have real saprhire chrystals while others are glass etc. Have fun!

Havana's: This is Simon in...

by karinyeung

Havana's: This is Simon in his favorite place in the club...
When the weather is good, they open the club up in the back where there is an open air section with a stage at the very back. They have hammocks and beds to lie on and gaze at the stars (smog). The music is fantastic if you like Latin dancing. The atmosphere is great! None

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