Piao Home Inn (Beijing Jiuxianqiao)

Building 3, No.19 Jiangtai West Road, Chaoyang District, Beijing, Beijing Region, 100016, China
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Beijing Airport

by skp288

From Beijing Airport to Beijing Downtown - Is there a train service? Thanks!

Re: Beijing Airport

by hawkhead


is the site for Beijing airport. They show only airport bus or taxi, so guess no train. Have been through Beijing airport twice but was met both times but I can't say I remember anything about trains.

Re: Beijing Airport

by ellyse

No train. The new metro line has been completed but not for passenger operation yet.

Re: Beijing Airport

by sugarpuff

I may be late in answering this question but you didnt say when you would be in Beijing..the airport express will open mid July in time for all the Olympic crowds..but at the moment it's just the Airport bus and taxis.

Travel Tips for Beijing

Fragrant peacocks

by mke1963

Chinese people love peacocks, and the poor creatures can be found in every park across the land.
Of course, by becoming known to every man, child and beast, the mystique and allure of peacocks wears thin.
The peacock enclosure at Xiangshan is large and has a huge collection of birds.
Personally...I don't see what the fuss is all about...there are just so many other more engaging animals around, why get so worked up just because a bird can stick its feathers up in the air?

Dongyue Temple -- Bless

by wwliu

There is old tree in Dongyue temple called "Shou huai". Shou is mean long life. In the past, most Chinese believe deity by Confucianism. They often go to temple to impetrate long life. They write their desirability on a red cards called blessing cards, then hang it to let immortal know it. Surely most people don't believe it again. However, hang blessing cards come down as a custom activity. Many red cards hang around the old three just express people's wish. They want to life as the red cards, flourishing as red flame

Beijing at 6am on a beautiful day! 4

by sugarpuff

And to finish the day off, this last theme is 'sights around the lake'.

I cycled for two hours in this area stopping now and then to take photos. I was amazed at how many I could get without people walking in front of them which is usually the case in every photo in China. It was peaceful, serene and beautiful. If only every day in China could be like this! And the one thing i enjoyed was the fact that there was no shouting and no hassling me into bars or shops..pure heaven!

Art and books

by melosh about Liulichang Antiques Street

There is a large art bookstore in Liulichang with what seem like very economical posted prices for printed collections of Chinese art. If you want to take home a lot of examples of good painting but can not afford the real thing, this is a good last day purchase. (Books are too heavy for an early trip purchase.)

I have made this shop a last day visit on both my trips to China and came away with a load. There are other stores nearby with much of the same merchandise, but this one seems to have the best prices. Perhaps indicative to a degree of their pricing policy was the fact that when I bought some of those decks of cards with pictures of emperors or generals, the price was the same as at the fixed price cheap store I mentioned in another tip. Oversized soft covered collections featuring a specific artist were between 6 and 12 USD.

The store, of course, had most substantial books, some jade and wood carvings and even had a paper cutting artist upstairs along with a collection of old books, but I have no idea about the nature of the pricing of these things compared to other stores. If you are like me it is more a question of how much can you carry.

Subway around the city

by pettevi

Take the subway for the fastest transportation around the downtown. There are only a few stations though so you might need to walk quite a distance before finding the entrance. Tickets are cheap although not as cheap as bus tickets. Locals dont use it that much and thus also seats are available always but during the rush hours. Stations are labeled in western alphabets also but get a subway map in advance or you wont know where to go.


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