Piao Home Inn (Beijing Wangfujing)

No.43 Dong'anmen Main Street, Dongcheng District, Beijing, Beijing Region, 100006, China
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Things to do in Beijing during X'mas & New Year

by meliaz

Hi VTers, I'm looking at visiting Beijing during my X'mas & New Year holidays end of this year. Understand it'll be winter then and pretty cold. Just wondering if all the usual tourist sights (Forbidden City, Temple of Heaven, Summer Palace, Great Wall) will be opened? Would the weather be too cold to actually go outdoors for sight seeing?

Thanks.

Re: Things to do in Beijing during X'mas & New Year

by allyhouse

1,Don't worry about that,they will be still openning
2,It's ok for you to go outdoors

Re: Things to do in Beijing during X'mas & New Year

by ellyse

1) Yes, definitely open.
2) "Too cold" is relative. I felt ok.

Re: Things to do in Beijing during X'mas & New Year

by xian_48

It's still opened , and don't think it will be very clod outdoor. cheers.

Re: Things to do in Beijing during X'mas & New Year

by meliaz

Thanks guys. I'm from sunny Malaysia so am not exactly use to the cold, but am likely to head over for X'mas & New Year. I will make sure I'm suitably dressed.

Re: Things to do in Beijing during X'mas & New Year

by Tapply

Everything should be open -- I've traveled to Beijing in the winter and didn't run into any problems (it's just very cold). If you want to see some cool indoor things, also check out the Bejing City Museum. It's in the southeastern part of the city, near the red line.

Re: Things to do in Beijing during X'mas & New Year

by ellyse

For clothes and such, remember that the thickest isn't necessarily the warmest. Read my Harbin Packing List travel page for more information: http://members.virtualtourist.com/m/1d57/f8323/b/

Re: Things to do in Beijing during X'mas & New Year

by albaaust

Coming from Australia we found it cold but not overwhelmingly so. We ended buying jackets (with down in it) in a shop along Wangfujing Street and they were great!! The wind is the "killer". The good thing about travelling at this time is less tourists, lower prices and great photos. We found that everything we wanted to see was open but they closed earlier(around 4.30pm).

Re: Things to do in Beijing during X'mas & New Year

by meliaz

Thanks guys. I'm already looking forward to X'mas and New Year in Beijing. Will update it all up after the new year :).

Travel Tips for Beijing

Summer Palace

by Gard

Another attraction that is recommended is the Summer Palace. Since the hotel could only offer a guided tour which included 3 other attractions in addition to the Summer Palace, we went there on our own. The taxi ride took us less than half an hour and cost about 50 RMB. Once we got out of the taxi we were ”bombarded” by people that were selling stuff but we managed to get to the ticket counter and got entrance tickets for 40 RMB each. I do wish that we had gone for some sort of guiding here because we walked around more or less clueless. There is some information at some of the buildings but most of them just kept on repeating that the buildings had been burnt down by the Anglo-French army in the 1860s. We also found some information in the guidebook but it didn’t seem like enough. We walked around quite a lot and we got to see the long corridor where about 1000 beams contain unique paintings. We got to see the Tower of Buddhist Fragrance which towered over the lake itself. The steps leading up to this building are steep but the view from the top is quite nice. We also got to see the Marble Boat of Purity and Ease – Empress Dowager Ci’xi’s way of honouring the navy (paid for with naval funds). Many of the buildings in the complex are not open to the public. One can peer through the dusty windows to see the objects within – such as the Empress Dowager Ci’xi’s birthday gifts in her birthday room.

1. Don't be shocked if you see...

by CLOUD282

1. Don't be shocked if you see two women hands in hands on the street. They are not laps. They are just good friends.

2. Don't be amazed if you find local Chinese with suits at the Great Wall. Mainland Chinese like wearing suits to go everywhere. :-)

3. People in Beijing are quite well-educated. Many can speak English well. They can understand what you say (in English or in Russian).

Hutongs, hutongs & more hutongs!

by egosyncratix

Walking through the hutongs of Qianmen, you will see the locals scrutinizing you from head to toe just because you are local. To them, a "Lao Wai" as they term foreigners, is an object of curiosity...they are pretty nice and i managed to converse with a few of them (on the pretext of getting directions)

Cloisonne - the famous chinese style

by Bamara about Beijing Zhaogezhuang Cloisonné Factory Co., Ltd.

I think, this was the shop I have been visited. Therefore I´m unable to read any Chinese, I have to trust my traveldiary ;-) Of course Cloisonne craft and art.

- Chopsticks, like on the picture.
- vases in every form and style
- boxes in all sizes
- tables in small sizes (otherwise you would have a transportation problem) It`s absolutely not expensive. Your friends and relatives will enjoy your gifts very much.

Taxi from Shou Qi Group

by jukebox79

Not like the other cab companies, divers from Shou Qi Group are all locals. Tough they may not speak English or other foreign languages. They definitely know the place in or around Beijing if you show them on a note with the address in Chinese. And they are well trianed, nice and offering better serivce.

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