Piao Home Inn (Beijing Dongsi)

No.114-1 Dongsiqi Tiao, Dongcheng District, Beijing, Beijing Region, 100007, China
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Beijing between 27 Sept - 5 Oct 2008

by jenniarief

I am planning to visit Beijing with family and parents between Sept 27 - Oct 5, 2008. Understand that there will be a week public holidays in China from Oct 1-7. Could anyone please advise if it is ok to visit Beijing during this period of time?

Re: Beijing between 27 Sept - 5 Oct 2008

by ellyse

If you're able to reschedule, by all means do so.

Re: Beijing between 27 Sept - 5 Oct 2008

by Elainelu

It would be better not. The whole city will become extremely croweded at that time.

Re: Beijing between 27 Sept - 5 Oct 2008

by xian_48

1.the weather of that period will be very nice then.
2.the hotel room rate and the price of flight ticket will be a bit high then.
3.it will be crowded in almost every spot.
my idea is that you'd better postpone ur tour from Sept 27 to Oct 8.... you can have a very nice trip in Beijing and Xi'an.

Re: Beijing between 27 Sept - 5 Oct 2008

by ellyse

National Day holiday week.

Re: Beijing between 27 Sept - 5 Oct 2008

by ellyse

Not celebrations. It's just a long week off work for most people! It's not something fun to do -- there're many more Chinese on the streets, in trains and buses, and at sights, than would be enjoyable. I don't have an issue with crowds in general, but it's really not the best time to take a holiday.
That said, Heilongjiang province might not be as affected as the rest of the places you mentioned. Beijing and Xi'an will be ultra-crowded.

Re: Beijing between 27 Sept - 5 Oct 2008

by ellyse

Very troublesome right now to get China visas -- a lot of travellers report needing day-to-day accommodation bookings and proof of inbound and outbound transport (usually flights).
Tibet seems to be open, but only for tour groups.

Re: Beijing between 27 Sept - 5 Oct 2008

by wangyixuan1981

In my opinion, foreigners traveling around Tibet (either with a group or alone) has never been restricted, anyone could access that land from within China. but the iteration-plan is very challenging. language is also a big problem. A lot of research to be done before you go for it.

Re: Beijing between 27 Sept - 5 Oct 2008

by ellyse

Are you sure about that? Have you really found out about it?

Re: Beijing between 27 Sept - 5 Oct 2008

by wangyixuan1981

Some of my friends have been there, including foreigners, but myself didn't. I never heard of anyone being checked for a "Tibet Visa". However, Google does return lots of related results recently, maybe it's the new situation. I don't want to be misleading, the friends here should fix it out yourself.

P.S. Tibet has no "border" and it is impossible to inspect each passenger in the coach, even if there were official regulations, I doubt their rigidity of execution.

Travel Tips for Beijing

Drinkable water

by Lemonita

Family and friends were worried for me about water in China. They told me to only drink Wahaha distilled water.

Actually, if you stay in major cities, there is absolutely no need to be worried about the brands you might find in small shops or supermarkets. I've drunk different brands and there were no problem at all.


by herzog63

This Sunkiss Perfume billboard was erected for a Stephen Spielberg film that I can't remember the name of right now. I was being filmed in Shanghai. I spotted several other "props" for the movie too. The funny thing is that I didn't realize that they were props until the next day! I thought I had discovered some 50 year-old billboards!

Zongshan Park

by mke1963

Just metres away from the crowds of Tiananmen Square lies the spacious tranquility of one of Beijing's best kept secrets, Zongshan Park.
Originally the site of an early temple, then the Temple of Earth and Grain in the Qing Dynasty, the park is best known by Beijing people for the small museum commemorating Dr Sun Yat-Sen, the father of Chinese democracy.
He was born in 1866 and died in 1925, and only visited the northern capital three times, but a special place is reserved in Chinese hearts for this thoughtful and passionate man. The simple museum (entrance RMB2) is held in the former emperor's hall (from where the emperors could oversee the religious rituals if the weather was bad). The basic outline of Sun Yat-Sen's life is explained in English panels, and the intelligent visitor will also be able to link some of the photographs (captioned only in Chinese) with the events mentioned. Note especially the autopsy report (in English). The wooden building itself is beautifully austere and a superb example of classic Chinese architecture, and dates from 1421.
The park is much larger than it looks on the map, and is divided into many different areas. The ancient cypress trees are a legacy from the earlier days as a temple, and in the north-east corner of the 'front garden' note where a scholar tree has grown up right through a cypress tree.
Other small gardens are well landscaped, and there are many pavilions, including one little octagonal one, where junior court officials would practice the elaborate and complicated court rituals.
You can get away from the Beijing crowds for hours or even a whole day in this rather special, secluded park.


by swesn

The SILK MARKET or XIU SHUI SHI CHANG is where you can buy many clothe-items like North Face, Timberland jackets, even branded things like Prada. Naturally, not many are authentic. This is also the place to buy your Oriental cheongsam - the tight, figure-hugging Oriental dress.

Go EARLY to avoid crowds and remember to bargain.

Or, go LATE in the afternoon, just before closing (should be before sun-down) when vendors are keen to make their final sales before they pack up.

Taxi to the airport

by melosh

I had my hostel in the south part of Beijing get my taxi for my trip to the airport. They charged me 140 RMB. The meter ended up saying 95 RMB and the driver had to pay10 RMB each way for the toll road. So I paid a little extra for the convenience. In my case the convenience was worth it because I had an oversized box that barely fit inside with the passenger seat folded down. I even tipped another 10 RMB because of the hassle and a bit of leaving the country generosity.

Coming in I took the airport bus and subway. Much cheaper, not so convenient.


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