Super 8 Hotel Beijing You'anmen

No.6 You'anmen Wai Main Street, Fengtai District, Beijing, Beijing Region, 100054, China
Super 8 Beijing You'anmen High-Speed Rail Station
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airline ticket questions

by monorailgold


Can someone recommend any sights for internal airline fights within China. We are looking to go from Beijing to Hong Kong (yes, I know that technically H.K. is not part of China). Also, if anyone would happen to know the approximate costs of the flight that would be great.


Re: airline ticket questions

by kgbfm

I like I have booked last minute travel through them. I have never flown from Beijing to Hong Kong, however it would be less expensive to fly to Shenzhen and then take either the train or boat to Hong Kong.

Re: airline ticket questions

by johnmperry

My first choice was Xi'an for the terracotta army.

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There are some things to do in Shenzhen, such as Splendid China miniature. Then walk across the border into HK, and take train down to centre. HK is a lot dearer than China.

Re: airline ticket questions

by polartraveller

Check the Dragon Air web site, they are the most reliable as far as on schedule goes (and airmiles on Oneworld), however, if schedule is not an issue I still advice people to show up at the Beijing airport and get the last minute deals, usually they are 40-60% off for Chinese airlines like Air China, China Eastern or Southern which all have regular flights to HK. Having said that Olympic period may be headache trying to get last minutres deals.

Re: airline ticket questions

by ellyse

Flying to Shenzhen and then taking the ferry/bus/train to Hong Kong, would be loads cheaper.

Re: airline ticket questions

by monorailgold


Thank you all so much for your help. I think the plan will be to fly to Shenshen and then take the train into Hong Kong. From the train station can anyone tell me the best way to get to the Conrad Hilton? I assume we will have to take a cab but am open to suggestions.


Re: airline ticket questions

by johnmperry

Train goes to Hung Hom and Tsim Sha Tsui (East). They're Kowloon side. Hotel is above Admiralty MTR station, which is island side. Depends how much luggage you have - you could just take the MTR all the way, under the harbour. Or you could walk (or taxi) to Star Ferry, then take another taxi from Central pier.

Re: airline ticket questions

by Homanded

As Ellyse adviced, do the Shenzhen then HK route.
You fly into Shenzhen, then take the hydrofoil into HK. GREAT trip, beautiful as you come into the harbor and LOADS cheaper
Mainland China to HK is still considered international and priced accordingly.

It cost us around US $25.00 to hydro into HK and between Guilin and Shenzhen around USD $60.00.

Notice that if you plan on returning to mainland China you will need a re-entry permit so plan accordingly when acquiring your Visa.

Re: airline ticket questions

by monorailgold

Thank you all so much for your help. I will take a flight from Beijing to Shenzhen and then I would like to take the hydrofoil into Hong Kong.


Travel Tips for Beijing

Yuanming Garden lies on the...

by zys1

Yuanming Garden lies on the northwestern outskirts of the city, north of Beijing University and only 500m from the Summer Palace. It was built during the Qing Dynasty over a period of 150 years and included three gardens: Yuanming Yuan, Changchun Yuan and Qichun Yuan. They were laid out seperately, yet in a way so that they complement each other harmoniously. The area covered about 340 hectares. The peaks of the Western hills formed the background; the hills and lakes were man-made. Countless springs flowed, feeding small canals winding their way through lovely valleys. White marble bridges spanned the water here and there. +Palaces stood amidst emerald green woods; so did halls, pavilions and temples. Some of them linked by covered walkways.

Learn a little bit of Chinese...

by wongjiahui

Learn a little bit of Chinese before you go over to China! If you're staying in hotels (even a four star) you may encounter problems with communicating with staff if you have any difficulties.

A phrase book could be very handy although it may be a good idea to master a few words (with correct tones!) before you arrive. Things like thank you (xie xie) are always a pleasant surprise and I don't understand (wo bu dong le) can be helpful.

Gong Wang Fu

by Lemonita

Gong Wang Fu can be translated in English as the Residence of Prince Gong. It is situated in the hutongs on the west of the lake Houhai. This area was where the imperial relatives lived.

Prince Gong was the brother of Qing Emperor, Xianfeng.

It's a lovely garden, especially during spring and summer when all the flowers blossom.

Chongwenmen Sowtown

by wwliu about Soshow

Soshow began to work in August,2004. It's a large-scale general shopping center for retail. Shop occupy 11 floors, 3000 centiares in total. It centralize shopping, lie fallow, eating and drinking, amusement and 3D digital cinema. Although it's large, roam and disport may better than shopping, in my opinion.

(If nothing to buy, why go to shop to waste time? In my opinion,too) Cash, Credit card

Beware of taking Taxis from your Hotel to Airport

by awtraveler

We got overcharged double of what we should of paid by a scheme that we heard is prevalent in almost all hotels in China. Whenever the hotel baggage handlers see your luggage, and know you are going to the airport, they grab your bags and signal to a dishonest taxi, normally waiting right besides the hotel. The first time this happened, they told us that it will be hard to find a taxi because taxi's don't like to go the direction of the airport and so they referred us to a friend who could take us for, of course, double the price. Since they already put our bags in the trunk of the car, we agreed. The next time we had to go to the airport, we thought we were being smarter, and said we wanted a taxi with a meter. This meter turned out to be rigged, the rate jumped from 10 RMB to 190 RMB by the time we got to the airport. We knew we were being overcharged because we only paid 75 RMB going the opposite direction, from the airport to the hotel. So by the third time we had to go to the airport (from Xian) we held on to our bags and walked to the street and almost immediately got a taxi who charged us right. Also, they know you can't complain about this to the authoritiies because we were told in order to file a complaint you have to have an address in the area where you can be reached, but the thing is, you are going to the airport to fly out of the area so the taxi's know this and try to take advantage of it. In addition, in order to file a complaint, you also need a full receipt with the taxi driver's name and number, the date and amount of what you paid (which they will never give you if they are trying to cheat you) as well as you need the license number of the taxi (part of which is a Chinese character) and the hotel' card (the bell boy will give you a card where they will write down the taxi driver's number and the date and time you took it, but they didn't give it to us when we were going to the airport).


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