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Family of 4 with 1 toddler and 1 infant

by trantrulla

We are planning to visit beijing for a week this june. Any forumers can advise us where to stay (budget places) and where to visit? For us, we take things slow and easy due to constraint with young children.

Re: Family of 4 with 1 toddler and 1 infant

by marielexoteria

Check out Red Lantern House hostel: I wrote a review about it on my Beijing page.

Re: Family of 4 with 1 toddler and 1 infant

by trantrulla

oh yes, can anyone advise on the weather in early june? When it rains, does it rain heavily for hours or just passing showers?

Re: Family of 4 with 1 toddler and 1 infant

by marielexoteria

I went there in October/November so I can't really help with the weather question. Hope one of the locals can give you better input, or pack for all kinds of weather (like I do).

Dong Si Fan Dian - 5 mins walk to Dong Si Subway

by liyen80

I just back from Beijing on 7 March .
The hotel is Dong Si Fan Dian - at Dong Cheng District , Dong Si West Road . But the hotel is inside the Hutong (old chinese housing area) . It cost me RMB168 with a Queen Size bed (2 of us) - The room a bit small but it had good hot water compare to the other 2 hotel i stayed at Wang Fu Jing .
The Hotel was operate on January 2010 . So it is still new and clean .You can get chinese food at the Hutong too .
Tel : 00861065257713
Service is good too.
If you use subway - just drop at Dong SI (line 05) Exit D - Go out from Exit D and Turn Left - Pass through a construction site (building subway line 06) , then the 1st junction on ur left , turn left into the Hutong . Walk around 4-5 mins - u will see the hotel (painted in green and white) on ur left !
Maybe u can call up to check whether they can provide extra bed for the bigger room - it will cost below RMB300.00

Hope this can help

Re: Family of 4 with 1 toddler and 1 infant

by ellyse

What do you deem "budget"? It would be more helpful to provide a monetary price range. will help with kid-friendly sightseeing ideas for Beijing.

Travel Tips for Beijing

The palace of the emperor

by Luchonda

Better known as the "Forbidden City" and built during the Ming and Qing dynasty (1368-1911).The palace was forbidden area for the local people.The palace is divided into two bigger parts First the public halls (only for the upper part of the world diplomates - and a second part - the private rooms of the emperors - in total about 24 gouverning China.They ruled about the country from their so called "Dragon Throne" and never left the complex.It was opened for the locals and tourist only a few decades ago ! It is a topic or highlight to visit in this beautiful country and give you - as tourist - the impression how it was till.........

Tian An Men, Stone Lion Statue

by sunnywong

Lion is a special animal to Chinese people. A pair of stone lions, a male and a female, can often be seen in front of the gates of traditional buildings. The male lion is on the left with his right paw resting on a ball, and the female on the right with her left paw fondling a cub.

Beijing and the XXIX Olympiad

by ntm2322

The 29th Olympiad will be held in Beijing from August 8 until August 24 2008.

The National Stadium (Bird's Nest) is located at Olympic Green, covers an area of 258,000m2 (about 63.8 acres) and it will host the Opening and Closing Ceremonies.

Half of the competition venues are located in Olympic Green at the north end of the central axis of Beijing.

Don’t worry, Beijing authorities have planned everything, for your convenience subway stations will connect the Olympic Green to the downtown area. And of course you can still opt by taking a bus, taxi, car, etc.

During the Beijing Olympics 31 venues will be used in Beijing and some more in other six cities (Hong Kong, Qingdao, Qinhuangdao, Shanghai, Shenyang and Tianjin).

Venues in Beijing:

National Stadium
Athletics and Football (Olympic Green)

National Aquatics Center
Swimming, Diving, Water Polo and Synchronized Swimming (Olympic Green)

National Indoor Stadium
Artistic Gymnastics, Trampolines and Handball (Olympic Green)

Hockey Field
Hockey (Olympic Green)

Archery Field
Archery (Olympic Green)

Tennis Center
Tennis (Olympic Green)

Fencing Gymnasium
Fencing preliminaries and finals and Modern Pentathlon (fencing and shooting) (Olympic Green)

Beijing Shooting Range Hall
Shooting (Shijingshan District)

Laoshan Velodrome
Cycling (track) (Laoshan, Shijingshan District)

Laoshan Mountain Bike Course
Cycling (Mountain Bike) (Laoshan, Shijingshan District)

BMX Field
Cycling (BMX) (Laoshan, Shijingshan District)

Wukesong Indoor Stadium
Basketball (Wukesong Sports Center, Haidian District)

China Agricultural University Gymnasium
Wrestling (China Agricultural University (East Campus), Haidian District)

Beijing Science and Technology University Gymnasium
Judo and Taekwondo (Beijing Science and Technology University, Haidian District) Capital Indoor Stadium
Volleyball (Baishi Bridge, Haidian District)

Beijing Shooting Range Clay Target Field
Shooting (Xiangshan Nan Lu, Haidian District)

Beijing Institute of Technology Gymnasium
Volleyball (Beijing Institute of Technology, Haidian District)

Beihang University Gymnasium
Weightlifting (Beihang University, Haidian District)

Wukesong Baseball Field
Baseball (Wukesong Sports Center, Haidian District)

Beijing University of Technology Gymnasium
Badminton and Rhythmic Gymnastics (Beijing University of Technology, Chaoyang District)

Olympic Sports Center Stadium
Football and Modern Pentathlon (running and equestrian) (Olympic Sports Center, Chaoyang District)

Olympic Sports Center Gymnasium
Handball (Olympic Sports Center, Chaoyang District)

Workers' Stadium
Football (Gongti Lu, Chaoyang District)

Workers' Indoor Arena
Boxing (Gongti Lu, Chaoyang District)

Ying Tung Natatorium
Water Polo and Modern Pentathlon (swimming) (Olympic Sports Center, Chaoyang District)

Beach Volleyball Ground
Beach Volleyball (Chaoyang Park, Chaoyang District)

Triathlon Venue
Triathlon (Ming Tomb Reservoir)

Urban Road Cycling Course
Cycling (Road Race)

Fengtai Softball Field
Softball (Fengtai Sports Center, Fengtai District)

Shenyang Wulihe Stadium
Football Preliminary (Shenyang)

Shunyi Olympic Rowing-Canoeing Park
Rowing and Canoe/Kayak (flat-water racing and Slalom Racing) (Mapo Village, Shunyi District)

Venues outside Beijing:

Hong Kong Equestrian Venueses
Equestrian (Hong Kong)

Qingdao International Sailing Centre
Sailing (Qingdao)

Qinhuangdao Olympic Sports Centre Stadium
Football Preliminary (Qinhuangdao)

Shanghai Stadium
Football Preliminary (Shanghai)

Tianjin Olympic Centre Stadium
Football Preliminary (Tianjin)

A multicultural ethnicity market

by ntm2322

Panjiayuan Market, in Chinese is pan1 jia1 yuan2 jiu4 huo4 shi4 chang3.

The Beijing Panjiayuan Folk Culture Market (or the Panjiayuan Antiques Market) is a very popular and colorful market and opens everyday (the best days are Saturdays and Sundays).

It covers an area of 4.85 hectares and is situated in No. 200 West of Panjiayuan Bridge and south of the East Third Ring Road (between Panjiayuan Bridge and Huawei Bridge), in the Chaoyang district.

If you especially like antiques and collectibles and also arts and crafts, this is the right place to go. I can assure you won’t get bored as there are about 3,000 stalls to visit. This market is not only the China's biggest collecting and distributing center of art and craft articles but also the largest of Asia. Its merchandises are known for being the cheapest of its kind in Beijing as well.

What makes this market so interesting?

Anything unimaginable you can imagine you will be able to find here.
What makes it really interesting is the (Chinese) traditional cultural aspect. In the ethnic section you will see nice items ‘imported’ from almost all parts of China since most of the stallholders are people who come from their villages, towns, ethnic minorities to sell their goods in this market.

Should I bargain?
You must bargain down the offered price. From a few bucks to several hundreds, it has a lot to do with your bargaining skills.

The place to be for Beijing's fashionistas

by bali_junkie about Champagne Bar

Snuggled comfortably in one of Wangfujing's busiest intersections between Wangfujing Dajie and Beiheyan Dajie, Champagne Bar is one of the newest night spot s in town opening only a few weeks ago. After a tiring afternoon in Wangfujing's shopping area, a couple o f cool drinks sounded like a nice idea.

A courteous attractive waitress wearing a smart black uniform greeted us at the door. A distinct feeling of being transformed into a lounge scene somewhere in San Fransisco as soon as we stepped into the lounge area. Tastefully designed with brilliant lighting effects that's supposed to set moods complement ed with the upbeat acid jazz music, high cozy bar stools, a Tepanyaki Bar and an optical effect wine cellar filled with over 60 best wine selections and of course, champagne ranging from Moet to Veuve Clicquot, this new comer could pass off as "The place to be for Beijing's fashionistas"

It was barely past dinner time but there were already several customers in the bar lounge sipping their drinks and cozying up in large stylish deep burgundy suede sofas. The bar manager recommended several martini drinks from their Van Gogh Vodka collection apart from their signature drink, a glass of bubbly served with fresh strawberries on a silver tray. A pretty chic touch.... anything chic ........


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