Long Fu Gong Hotel (Beitaipingzhuang)

No.2 Xinjiekou Wai Street, Xicheng District, Beijing, Beijing Region, 100088, China
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Travelling Beijing in the beginning of October

by rawikan

Hello,

My friends and I will go to Beijing from October 3-10. I think that it's about the same time of National holiday. Are there any tourist spots closing down? and we would like to go to Pingyao too, could we possible to buy train tickets (round trips).

Thanks

Re: Travelling Beijing in the beginning of October

by nattybabe

I was in Beijing last year in the national May holidays. Nothing was really shut down but everything was EXTREMELY busy. I have never seen that many people in my life! You will need to buy train tickets in advance due to the sheer number of people travelling during the holiday period. I suppose patience during that period is the key.

Enjoy your holiday!!

Re: Travelling Beijing in the beginning of October

by yangzhigong

that's right. because there will be 7 days' holiday during the national day, lots of people will come out for travelling, a main dastination is Beijing, but if you want to go to Pingyao, it alright to book the ticket.

for this year, China National Day holiday is 29 Sep to 5th Oct.

Re: Travelling Beijing in the beginning of October

by ellyse

None of the sights will be closed as this is one of their main money-making opportunities.
I suspect it would be close to impossible to get train tickets to Pingyao, let alone round-trip.

Travel Tips for Beijing

Dignitary in the Forbidden City

by herzog63

If you are a dignitary you might get special treatment! This guy had about 20 Black cars and lot's of bodyguards. And everyone seemed interested what he thought of the Forbidden City. I don't know who he is though. But the security guys were trying to look mean. He seemed friendly enough though.

Beijing inhabitants

by GUYON

Beijing inhabitants (and Chinese in general) are friendly like this one who invited us to visit his shop of paintings to speak and improve his French.
Or may be, it was to take my wife in his arms.

Guang Ji Buddhist Temple

by nepalgoods

This lively Buddhist Temple is the seat of the Chinese Buddhist Association. It was build during the Ming-Dynasty. But its origins go as far back as the Jin-Dynasty (1115–1234)

Inside the temple's front gate is the Devaraja (Heavenly Kings) Hall and, to each side, the Bell Tower and the Drum Tower. In the center of the compound is the Mahavira Hall, where offerings were made to the Buddhas of the Three Ages. The images here are the work of the noted craftsman Jiao Wanli of the Kangxi period. Further inside the courtyard is the Hall of Perfection, in which 11 bronze images of the Goddess of Mercy are displayed.

I visited the temple during an important Buddhist holiday in November 2009. The temple was full of worshippers and monchs. This was a very impressive event.

Shopping for souvenirs

by blue_sky04 about Friendship Store

Friendship store is a big souvenir store selling many different kinds of Chinese art and craft. You can find small items as well as big ones. You can visit their "workshop" where they are making the Chinese art (see the pic). There you can find Chinese costume as well.

One of the interesting items you can purchase is a personalized stamp. Stamp is an important object in Chinese culture. it is like a signature in Western culture. If you visit Chinese museums you can see the stamps of Chinese Emperors made of jade, precious stones or others.

In friendship store, you can purchase a personalized stamp for yourself. you can choose the material to make the stamp. They have different kinds of material and they are in different sizes. If you have a Chinese name, you can write it down on a piece of paper and someone will engrave the stone or wood with your Chinese name.

I bought a small stamp (see pic) made of stone. It costs RMB 40 and takes only 5 minutes to finish engraving. And, the Chinese usually uses red ink for the stamp. - souvenirs
- art and craft
- Chinese costume
- personalized stamp

Airport transportation

by ntm2322

The Beijing Capital International Airport is situated 25km (16 miles) northeast of the center of Beijing at the Airport Road, Chaoyang District. From the center it takes about 40 minutes to get there (under normal traffic conditions).

Good news: a new metro link from the airport to the city center is expected to open early in 2008. In the meanwhile you may use the following modes of transport:

1) Outside the Arrivals area on the lower level there are lots of taxis run by several taxi companies and there are no real differences among them, don’t think the prices are different from one to another, just get one cab with a meter and go. (Check, NOW, my ‘Getting a taxi at the airport’ tip).

2) There is one government-run Airport-City Shuttle Bus departing from outside Arrivals running 6 routes into Beijing (this bus also stops at some major hotels):

a) Xidan (you should be interested in this one because it goes to central Beijing and it is very close to the Forbidden City)

b) Gongzhufen

c) Fangzhuang

d) Beijing Railway Station

e) Zhongguancun

f) Wangjing

For more detailed information concerning schedules, stops, prices, etc., visit this website http://www.beijingtrip.com/transport/airport-bus.htm.

For your record many Beijing hotels run their own airport shuttle bus services, therefore, if the transportation problem worries you, before going make sure with the hotel staff that there will be a shuttle bus there.

Another point is, many of these hotel-run shuttle buses only operate during business hours, and if it happens your flight lands there in the late evening probably there won’t be any shuttle bus. Well, I just think you should be aware of this detail.

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