Jingling Hotel

2F No.20 Chegongzhuang West Road, Haidian District, Beijing, Beijing Region, 100044, China
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Beijing - Day trips

by SLLiew

Will be in Beijing in August with opportunities to do several day trips.

Besides the Great Wall and Ming Tomb, any day trips you found interesting and worthwhile :)

Re: Beijing - Day trips

by ellyse

Cuandixia seems to be another popular one.
Different sections of the Great Wall, you could of course go to more than one.
Tianjin.

Re: Beijing - Day trips

by yangzhigong

summer palace, tample of haven, Hutong tourist, lot of fun in day trip, you may fond some tips in my Beijing page

Re: Beijing - Day trips

by ellyse

Looks like some people don't understand the meaning of "day trip". They want to go out of Beijing!

Re: Beijing - Day trips

by polartraveller

very interesting, if one type "Beijing Day Trips" on Google you will ocme up with a number of tour operators offering "day trips" like the one below:

http://www.beijingdaytrips.com/day-trips/

among the trips - Summer Palace, tour of the hutongs......all within the city!could all these tour operators be wrong?

BTW, a hike up Fragrant Mountain is also very nice, but in August it may be too hot!

Re: Beijing - Day trips

by ellyse

In the tour operator sense, they just mean "1-day tour". "Day trip" usually means going for a sidetrip outside a city.

Re: Beijing - Day trips

by polartraveller

I take a day trip with my kids to the zoo! a day trip for a walk around the reservior, a day trip to the Botanical Garden! all within the city limit.

For Beijing there are probably a lot one can see within the city than out in the country given the limited time and traffic (city is supposed to be in a lock down and all vehicles into the city will be checked throughly during the Olympic period). Of course one can go as far as Tianjin and back on a one day trip.

Re: Beijing - Day trips

by LaurenAnita

HEY! Beijing has got a lot of things to do. Some suggestions (I haven't read the others replies yet) are teahouses (Beijing has loads) and the Biotannical gardens. Beihai Park is also very lovely.

Re: Beijing - Day trips

by polartraveller

Totally correct Laureny, one can spend a week to 10 days in BJ and still have not seen it all.

I used to live an hour south of Beijing. I will take the train up on Saturday to take in some sights. after a year there I still have only covered 1/2 of what I wanted to visit.

Travel Tips for Beijing

Very Wide Boulevards and Roads

by machomikemd

Beijing has a very vast and Wide network of Roads, Bridges, footpaths, underground pedestrian crossings. Again very Wide! so that just crossing a street involves long and brisk walks over pedestrian overpass that are very long and wide too so if you plan on walking around the city, wear rubber shoes and be ready for brisk walking, definitely not for out of shape people or those with athritis or gout. Hence if your one with walking problm, I suggest getting a taxi instead.

Open Air Music

by nepalgoods

People love to sing and play their old traditional instruments. They gather in the parks to make music together, sing Beijing Opera, play the Erhu or do their Tai Ji exercises.

Best places to see this are:

Jingshan Park
Tian Tan

I have to Thank my friend Robert for this wonderful photo., which was taken just a few weeks ago.

Tempel of the Ancient Monarchs

by nepalgoods

The Chinese name is Lidai Diwang Miao

This temple was build in 1523 of the Ming Dynasty. It was renovated in recent years and again houses the tablets of all past emperors, excluding tyrants and usurpers. There are also tablets of famous ministers and generals.
It was a place to remember the deads of the ancestors and it brings to mind the long succession of emperors.

You can see from some burning insence sticks and fruits, that there are still people coming to worship.

Xichengqu, Fuchengmen Neidajie 131 (西城区, 阜城门内大街 131)

Panjiayuan Market

by Unknownsu about Panjiayuan Market

There are plenty of upscale shopping centers in Beijing but for an alternative experience, Panjiaguan market is very refreshing. It used to be called the dirt market because everyone just came and dropped their wares on the ground and opened shop. Boasting over 3000 stalls, this market only opens on the weekends. Cruise before you buy because many shops sell the same thing and bargains can be had.
Address: 18 Huawei Li, Panjiayuan Road, Chaoyang District

Taiyuan to Beijing

by albaaust

We decided that we would take the express overnight train to Beijing from Taiyuan which is about 2 hours by car from Pingyao. As Taiyuan is a major railway station there would be more options in terms of trains to Beijing.

For this reason we made the decision that we would combine this with a visit to the Qiao family residence and so we organised a taxi to Taiyun and thereafter train to Beijing.

The train we caught was the N202 leaving Taiyuan at 9.30pm and arriving Beijing at 8.00am.

This time we waited (waiting area 2) along with the hordes of other people to catch the train rather than in a special waiting area. (Use your ticket number to find out which waiting area to go to).This in itself was an interesting experience. People were quite interested in us and some even crowded over our shoulders to see what we were doing - sudoku. One interesting episode was watching young men try to hop on board trains without paying for a ticket ( they would simply jump over the gates while the rest of the ticket inspectors were busily checking the hordes through the gates).

The 4 berth cabin from Taiyuan seemed to be slightly more upmarket (flower in vase etc see photos) than the train we took from Xian. This time we did book soft seats, one lower and one upper on the same side. We shared with a young female student and a gentleman on his way to India to do business.
The trip was uneventful and we all seemed to agree mutually when the main light would be turned off and when we would all wake in the morning.

We organised the taxi and the train tickets through our hotel.Cost 215 Yuan each.

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