Qing Lan Plaza Hotel

No.24 Dongsi Shitiao, Dongcheng District, Beijing, Beijing Region, 100007, China
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Quick Question: Which subway stop for the CCTV Building?

by ndturbo

Does anyone know what line and subway stop one would take to get to the CCTV building? I want to see and take some pictures of the new building.

Thanks!

Re: Quick Question: Which subway stop for the CCTV Building?

by ymasimon

What is your location now? If you want the new building of CCTV, you may take no.9 or no. 673 bus to get there.

Re: Quick Question: Which subway stop for the CCTV Building?

by stamporama

Take Line 1 and get off at the Guomao station. The CCTV building is one block north of the station.

Re: Quick Question: Which subway stop for the CCTV Building?

by sky2rain

subway line 10, station is called: jin tai xi zhao. Guomao is also good (line 1 or line 10) it's between Guomao and Jintaixizhao of line 10. The hotel building of CCTV got burned really bad last year so dont be surprised.

Re: Quick Question: Which subway stop for the CCTV Building?

by ndturbo

Thanks for the answers. I'll be staying at the New Otani Hotel just off the Jianguomen stop on subway 1, so it sounds like it's pretty close to me. I had read that there was a fire last year, but I understand most, if not all of the building is intact, correct?

Re: Quick Question: Which subway stop for the CCTV Building?

by ellyse

It's right opposite the street when you exit from Jintaixizhao on metro line 10. I would definitely alight there rather than traipse all the way from Guomao on line 1.

Re: Quick Question: Which subway stop for the CCTV Building?

by Masha_M

There's a Hyatt hotel close to Guamou subway station, go up to the 63rd floor to the bar, you'll get an excellent view of CCTV Blg and the highest skyscraper of Beijing. Even if you don't want to eat or drink anything (it's very pricy), you are free to walk around and take pictures.

Re: Quick Question: Which subway stop for the CCTV Building?

by ellyse

Great tip, Masha_M. :) Minor correction though, it's Guomao, not Guamou.

Travel Tips for Beijing

What's the average living standard in Beijing?

by Sally_chen

My friends often come up with this question, it's very hard to answer. You may have some idea from this figure:

"Beijing Statistic Bureau" has released an official data , it says the average personal income(net) for Beijinger in 2003 is RMB24,045(about USD2900,mixed employed with un-employed) .

My personal view is : General speaking , RMB 6,000 per month for a double income family could lead a comfortabel life if no house and car mortgage, above RMB10,000 per month under the same condition can enjoy a easy life , average expendure will be affordable.

I have heard many complains from my friends , saying the life for expats could be very expensive, sometimes double , triple than local standard. I agree .

The gap between rich and poor are getting larger and larger , this is why you can see so many luxury cars on road while in the same time you may also find many people biking(It's a mean of tranportation, not for fun)

Living and touring in beijing could cost more than your expectation . Be well prepared!

visit the Imperial home of...

by Krystynn

visit the Imperial home of China's illustrious emperors - THE FORBIDDEN CITY!

We clambered to the top pavilions of Jin Shan Park (just across the street) to catch a fantastic overview of the mythical Forbidden City. So here it is! No words can describe the awesome magnificence of this place. It is so HUGE that it would take you a complete day to finish just a segment... No wonder it is called Forbidden CITY.

P.S. Check out the homes of the concubines (and believe me, it would make even King Solomon of the Old Testament Bible - blush!).

CLIMBING THE GREAT WALL

by ancient_traveler

Great Wall – the longest defensive city wall in the world.
Located in nothern China, starts from Shanhaiguan pass along the coast of the Bohai sea in the east and ends in Jiayuguan pass in
Gansu province in the west. Historical records show that about 1 million people, one-fift of china’s population at the time, were involved in the project which took more than ten years. When was finished we call it ‘Wan Li Chang Cheng’ which means ‘ Ten Thousand Li-long Wall’. More than 100 kilometres are well preserved and two other sections at Badaling and Mutianyu have already been renovated for tourist. Whenever you travel to the Great wall, please wear comfortable shoes with nonslip soles. The climb is step in parts and sometimes the stones are slippery.

Near the Great Wall

by traveloturc about Open market in Badaling

I admire the trading capacity of Chinese people...This area is situated very near to the great wall and you can enjoy your art of bargaining in this area ...There is almost 20-25 little shops and its is impossible not to buy anything after showing any interest to any material...
Its not so important what you buy but try to enjoy your life with the hard traders of the market.. woman and man clothes ...pashminas ...hats ... 30% of the price

Hou Hai bar street

by yangzhigong about Houhai Lake Area

Hou Hai bar street is a new place to be, these years, more and more people rent or buy an old house for open bars there, most of it is very quiet, you can drinking and talking with your friends, or just listen to the pop song in sofa.

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