Ternary Xiangshan Business Hotel

No.28 Back Street Of Beixin Village, Xiangshan, Haidian District, Beijing, Beijing Region, 100093, C
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Extending Multiple Entry Visa days allowed

by DeeCalvo

I'm here with a 1 year multiple entry visa, which allows me to stay here up to 90 days, but I want to stay longer than the 90 days and I don't want to have to leave China to get an additional 90 days. I would like to leave on or about 8/1/08. Is there anyone that has encountered this situation? Were you able to have days extended without leaving China? Please advise..

Re: Extending Multiple Entry Visa days allowed

by emmet7

all the rules have changed for 2008 due to Olympics (and now Tibet); I suggest you find your way to Hong Kong or Korea for the weekend or you might get your visa cancelled altogether.

Re: Extending Multiple Entry Visa days allowed

by Homanded

I agree with above poster. Can you go to HK for the weekend?
Contact your consulate's office. They should be the ones to give you the best up to date information.

Re: Extending Multiple Entry Visa days allowed

by MikeySoft

Even without any recent visa rule changes:

Visa extensions are a new visa and cancel your current visa. So if you have a multiple entry visa, the additional entries will no longer be valid when you get an extension. I extended a double visa and lost the second entry.

Take a run to HK like the others suggested.

http://members.virtualtourist.com/m/9e4cc/5a0/1/

Travel Tips for Beijing

A looooooong walk...

by meteorologist1

In the Forbidden City there's a section where you have to walk through a long, long way in between high, red walls. I found this very unique and interesting. It seemed like you have entered a maze and there's no end in sight. Along the way the only other thing you'll see are signs that say that graffiti painting is not allowed on the walls.

Tip is not encouraging!

by Sally_chen

One of the most frequent questions I have encountered when I dine out with my European colleagues is : "shall I leave tip" ?
Thanks to Chairman Mao's motto " serve people first "!
One thing you don't need to worry about while trvelling in China is the "tip" , most of the place where you get service are not necessiarily to leave tip (except some tourist site or luxury hotel ) .
No need to be guilty as some of the local people are not used to be given small money, if you leave little money , sometimes may confuse the things, those who served you may consider that you look down upon them.

Enjoy " tip free " service in China everywhere!

Walking the Foreign Legation Quarter

by mke1963

Zhengyi Lu is a little known street running south from Dongchang'an, opposite the Beijing Hotel.
It is a quiet avenue with a small park running down the middle, but just as the Forbidden City brings back memories of the Ming and Qing Dynasties, so Zhenngyi Lu brings back more recent memories of the foreign powers' influence on China at the beginning of the twentieth century. This is the heart of the Foreign Legation Quarter, the area where foreign countries built their diplomatic compunds.
Suddenly, you are transported from China to the old streets of London, Paris or Moscow. Many of the original buildings have been converted and many have been demolished, but there is enough remaining to reveal the opulent lifestyles of the foreign ambassadors and traders one hundred years ago.
Many of the buildings are now the offices of gipvernment ministries and authorities, so photography needs to be discrete: most entrances are guarded by unsmiling, heavily-armed soldiers who are not accustomed to tourists...this is "Off the Beaten Track" remember!
The concession area grew quickly, but was very badly damaged by the Boxer Rebellion in 1900, and the area never really recovered, although many of the remaining colonial-style buildings date from the rebuilding at that time.
Walk from Zhengyi Lu, turning right into Dongjiaomin Xiang and then north again to return to Dongchang'an by Taijichang Dajie for a ten minute glimpse of old colonial Beijing.
The Insight Guide to Beijing has a good little map and explanation of which building used to belong to whom.

Pearls

by traveloturc about Bang Fu Chun

Located beside Summer Palace Bang Fuchun Pearl Store is managed by the biggest professional pearl group in China. There is a wide selection of the finest fresh water pearl jewelleries featuring some of the latest fashion designs.Friendly staff show you how you can find pearls in giant oysters Pearls of course too much

Bus service from/to city

by enzhu

There are bus service in airport to the city. When you walk out from international arrival, you can see there are several buses there. The ticket price is 16RMB comparing with taxi, about 100RMB.
Of course, when you are leaving, you may also take the bus from city to airport.
Here is the link for map and service:
http://www.bcia.com.cn/en/passengers_Land_airport_page.html

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