Red Wall Garden Hotel

No.41 Shijia Hutong Dongcheng District, Beijing, Beijing Region, 100010, China
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Train ticket booking from Huangshan to Suzhou

by madalinuta18


I will be travelling for 3 weeks through China in the second part of September this year. On September 30th I have to take a night train from Huangshan to Suzhou (no other option). Knowing the problems with ticket booking during the Golden Week, I want to use chinatripadvisor in order to make sure I will have them.
Has anybody used chinatripadvisor or china-train-ticket for booking (especially during holiday periods)? Any feed-backs regarding this? If I use one of those sites, should I be sure to have the tickets booked?
Did you manage to solve a similar situation in another way? I was thinking to ask my hotel to book the tickets, but considering the period, I guess it's too risky.


Re: Train ticket booking from Huangshan to Suzhou

by neverstoptravel

It' always possible to get a train ticket around the year, all depends on how much you have to pay.

If you can leave Huangshan early in the afternoon, then you have more choices other than taking a night train. You may go to Suzhou via Hangzhou.

Re: Train ticket booking from Huangshan to Suzhou

by ellyse

Those 2 sites are not some kind of "god" for securing train tickets, if you contact your hotel in Huangshan in advance about the train ticket I'm sure they'd be able to help you out for less cost.
Huangshan -- Suzhou shouldn't be too difficult, it's more difficult in the opposite direction.

Re: Train ticket booking from Huangshan to Suzhou

by madalinuta18

Thank you both!

Ellyse, do you think it is really safe to let the hotel book the train tickets considering that it will be before October 1st? I kind of wanna make sure I won't get stucked in Huangshan for the rest of my trip (Suzhou-Xian-Shanghai).
Also, I should say that I will have only one night spent in Tunxi (the night before I will stay at Beihai Hotel on Huangshan). If I stay only one night in Tunxi, do you consider that the hotel' interest in getting me tickets had been lower than if I would stay there a longer period?

Thanks for help,

Re: Train ticket booking from Huangshan to Suzhou

by ellyse

I don't think it'll make a significant difference to your hotel. I would be far more worried about the Suzhou -- Xi'an train ticket. These trains originate in Shanghai and thus Shanghai gets the lion's share of the tickets. Suzhou will only get an extremely small proportion and it would be thus very difficult to get tickets especially on short notice.

Travel Tips for Beijing

Beijing United Family Hospital

by mke1963

This is Beijing's premier, full service international hospital which can deal (or at least stablise) all emergencies. This is the place you need to head for in the event of really serious medical emergencies if you do not have really fluent Chinese (there are other hospital services that are as good...SOS and Vista) but I do not know them so well).
They have very good ICU, inpatient, outpatient, TCM and dental facilities, but it is, naturally, extremely expensive. All staff speak good English and doctors are from a variety of countries including the US, Germany, ireland and Hong Kong.
They also have an official isolation ward in case you have something which needs it. The hospital is 150 metres away from the Lido hotel in Dashanzi on the same road, in a very non-descript building. Address:
2 Jingtai Lu, Chaoyang
Phone: 010 6433 3962
Fax: 010 6433 3963
EMERGENCIES, CALL: 010 6433 2345

1. Offer...

by coral0317

1. Offer a price that u want to pay and hear what the seller says.
2. Bargaining with a small increase each tiem.
3. If the price still high, pretend to leave.
4. Seller may ask u to come back and talk about the price again.

Just believe me! It really works! ~-)


by nepalgoods

The park of Yuanmingyuan is not often visited by western tourists. Of the palace, which once stood here and resembled an European palace not much remains. But there are fields, trees and small lakes. It is a very nice place for a walk or a stop on the way to the Summerpalace.

WANG FU JING , the heart of Beijing !

by Sally_chen about WANG FU JING STREET

This is a street full of department stores / Old Beijing brand store/book store/ video everything .
I like to come here at weekend, but not for big shopping . I enjoy walking on the floor which is decolated with marble ,especially in a sunny spring afternoon. I like the feelling being in the middle of the people. You know this street is considered as NO 1 street in China. It has many years hsitory and many old brand stores are existed for tens of years .
There is a Christian church in the street, also you can find starbucks facing the church.
If you like Beijing snack, right next to this there is place full of all kinds of street food during night time. Generally no worry for the hygiene , nothing happened to me when I eat there!


take the beijing bus!!!

by egosyncratix

a trip on the bus is better than the subway cos you can see a lot of things along the way and learn more about beijing than travel underground along destinated subway routes. you may want to check out or for routes....yeah, english versions available! i'm impressed!


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