Jinhui International Business & Conference Grand Hotel

No.48 Xueyuan South Road, Haidian District, Beijing, Beijing Region, 100082, China
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The cost of Beijing During the Olympics?

by thelma91

My boyfriend and I are going to the Olympics for 10 days, we have the flights, Hotels & event tickets paid for.
We have been saving and have €2500 between us for the 10 days.
Is that enough???
Also what is the average price of food, drinks, etc in Beijing??

Re: The cost of Beijing During the Olympics?

by johnmperry

Prices are bound to go up for the Olympics. But I would think you could get a reasonable meal for 50 RMB (1 euro = 10RMB +/-) A can of Cola in a shop is probably 4rmb. Water is cheaper!

Re: The cost of Beijing During the Olympics?

by Oliya11

I will go to Beijing again also. The money is enough I think as I have been there once.But you know,because of the Olympic, the hotel price will add about 25%! So I am thinking ask my friend who is a local girl help me find an apartment for renting that will be convenient as I can cook there. I am not a big fun of Chinese food! If you want to live in this kind of apartment, email me.

Re: The cost of Beijing During the Olympics?

by melosh

I have spent less then 2500 euros total over two 30 day visits to China during the last year including lots of souvenirs, food, hotel and transportation etc., but excluding my flight to China and one round trip internal flight. During these 60 days I have spent about 10 days in Beijing.

Since you already have the hotel and event tickets secured, you are just talking food, drink, local transportation, special entertainment, tours and souvenirs.
I think that even though prices should be expected to be inflated during the Olympics you will have plenty of money unless you go utterly crazy. I would guess that the two of you will spend less than 1000 euros and return home with loaded suitcases.

Re: The cost of Beijing During the Olympics?

by ellyse

Since you'll only be using that money to pay for food, sightseeing and shopping, I really don't see why that amount would not be enough!
Please remember that there're plenty more people in Beijing who survive on 1% of that amount for those 10 days.

Re: The cost of Beijing During the Olympics?

by johnmperry

Oh come on Ellyse! 10% maybe, but 1%? That's like 75 RMB a month. Bu ke neng!

Re: The cost of Beijing During the Olympics?

by johnmperry

Oh sorry! My maths is up the Suwannee today. That's 75 euros, or 750 RMB. Yes, you're right. grovel, grovel.

Re: The cost of Beijing During the Olympics?

by lennon0117

750RMB,i think that is enough for the local people to lead a poor life,but for the tourists in beijing ,i think you will spend much more ,cause the foreign friends come to beijing to enjoy the best food to eat ,best view to see,best culture to feel,moreover,as you know ,the olympic sports have already made everything much more expensive than before
as the old saying ,not only rich man could enjoy the life,but the poor also ,for example ,for the peking roast duck ,if your budget is tight ,you could find a common restaurant ,not only the famous qujude could make it ,the duck roasted by the other places is cheap and also delicious,whatever,choose the way suitable for youself
hope you enjoy the beijing travel

Re: The cost of Beijing During the Olympics?

by johnmperry

Yeah, well!

The most famous Peking Duck restaurant I think is called "quan ju de kao ya" near Qian men gate. I seem to recall it was less than 150 a head there, 120 maybe.

There are other places to go, to enjoy an evening out. Such as the tea house "lao she cha guan" which offers an enjoyable evening cabaret with a snack for about 180. But eating what other people eat, in the places they eat, will benerally be around 50 per head for a satisfactory meal.

Travel Tips for Beijing

Forbidden City

by JUNLI

Forbidden City
The Royal Palace of ancient China.

It's called *city* because it's too big to be called as a palace. Actually, there're hundreds of palaces in this city and all of them are owned by the king of ancient China. What a rich man! :-)

Countless kings of different dynasts had been lived in this city, and this city was the political centre for thousands of years.

More people getting photograped

by herzog63

It seemed that many people did not have a camera with them as the photographers at the main entrance to the Forbidden City at Tiananmen did a brisk business when I was there. There were many boxes to pose on with the huge picture of Mao as the background!

Beijing Botanical Gardens

by mke1963

Close to the Summer Palace and Fragrant Hills is another well-kept Beijing secret - ther Botanical Gardens.
During SARS, parks and gardens were about the only places you could go, and this very special park has remained a favourite for our family.
China builds botanical gardens better than anything else, and the one in beijing is no exception. It is not a natural landscape, but the park is surrounded by the Western Hills and the park landscaping complements them.
Children can run free in huge expanses of meadow, can fish for tadpoles in spring and feed big fat lazy carp all year round.
Little glades, gardens and gasshouses show off the Chinese talent for making plants grow.
If you like gardens, you will not be disappointed, if you want a bit of space to leap around, then you will also enjoy this great big Beijing lung.

Fresh air, peace, a picnic, snoozing in the sunshine. Love it!

Another Bargains Galore

by walterwu about Xidan Market

Xidan Market (north of Entrance A to Xidan Subway Station) is the shopping paradise for the locals (beijingers).

There a department store (with Starbuck and McDonalds) visible from the Entrance A. The shopping centre is crowded.

Further north (about 100m) is the Xidan Market and bargain here is required. The store assistants speaks little or no english. Same as XiuShui Market

Transport

by ghweeh

The traffic in Beijing could be quite bad, with traffic jam starting in the morning. Hence, it made senses to start our day early. Being stuck on the road for more than a hour, I could take short naps in between, for travelling to-and-fro the same place daily. The assumption of bicycles being the only means of transport was no longer valid. Notice the number of cars at the other side where the bicycles were parked?? On the road, I saw Volvo, BMW, Merces…

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Address: No.48 Xueyuan South Road, Haidian District, Beijing, Beijing Region, 100082, China