Tian Rong Hotel Beijing

14 Yard, Cangnan Alley Chaonei Beixiao Street, Beijing, Beijing, 100010, China
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Guest House with Kitchen in Beijing

by anurag7somani


I am travelling to Beijing this Sunday and will be staying there for over a month. I am looking for a guest house with kitchen. I am a vegetarian and most of the food in Beijing is unsuited. So kitchen is a priority. If you have any info please let me know. Thanks in Advance!


Re: Guest House with Kitchen in Beijing

by chinamonty

I think you will find there is a lot more vegetarian food than you think in Beijing. The trick is find out how to say "I am Buddhist" - they will then make sure you get vegetarian only. Also try some of the Muslim restaurants as well as they have a number of vegetarian dishes. remember rice, noodles and dofu are the staples of China. i do not know of the guest house situation though.

Re: Guest House with Kitchen in Beijing

by picek

I agree totally - it's not that hard to find good veggie foods. And I loved eating my Muslims, they had most wonderful noodles with vegetable sauces and very nice bread - spicy bread which I often had with me for snack when I did sightseeing and relaxing.
Also, by some hostels which are 'western oriented' you may find dishes suitable for vegetarians in their menu if you have problem speaking Chinese as they have double language menus.

Otherwise it's not really usual to find guesthouse where you can cook by yourself and in that case you may need to rent a flat if you strictly want to cook your own food.

Re: Guest House with Kitchen in Beijing

by coramper

hostelworld.com has 8 apartment-type lodgings listed for beijing. not too expensive. maybe you could look there? if you can contact them (the apartments) directly, they might cut you some sort of a deal for a month's stay. maybe, you could also try craigslist.org. they have beijing listings for sublets and vacation rentals. hope this helps! susan

Re: Guest House with Kitchen in Beijing

by coramper

whoops! just realized you are already in beijing! hope you found something that fit all your needs. susan

Travel Tips for Beijing

See the Great Wall at sunrise....

by karinyeung

See the Great Wall at sunrise. There is nothing more stunningly beautiful. The beauty is so awesome that there are no words. When I had the opportunity to go up to Mutianyu at dawn, it was with a handful of friends, Charles, Danielle, Wang Lei and Gavin. The five of us felt like the whole wall was ours alone for a brief period of a couple of hours. A once in a lifetime experience... TIMES SHARED WITH FRIENDS!

Chao Yang Park with Lana and Jennivine...Lana's favorite toy and the chasing each other around with the blow up hammers and bats...

The Canadian Charity Ball...champagne and strawberries...Baileys...dancing until dawn...the funky fans that Lana and Caroline got for everyone...ice cubes...roses...

Dinner parties at Lisa's...chatting with all of the French guys...watching dvds...playing with her cats...having fine wines and fantastic french cheeses...

Walking on the frozen lake at the Summer Palace with Yuwei...

Japanese set meals with Estella...buying 5 kuai bags of oranges with Estella...being sick in bed with Estella...listening to music with Estella...being dragged to go to the gym with Estella...her advice and her love...

Being taken care of by San and Ga...Always indebted...

Dancing with Larry...like being able to float on air...

Salsa with Stephane...and how he was always very to the point...

Thai dinners with friends...

Working out at the gym near the school...

Hip hop and reggae nights at solutions...

Thursday night volleyball at the embassy...

Lana's cooking...

And on and on...

Morning Exercises

by easterntrekker

As we drove through the congested streets of Beijing during the morning rush , I couldn't help but notice the locals , of all ages out taking their morning excercise. Every little available space it seemed would be used for Thai Chi or other types of activity!!

Peking People Pack Paddles to Practice Ping Pong

by Confucius

You can see people in Beijing playing ping pong everywhere; Forbidden City, temple courtyards, police stations, factories, even gas stations!
In this photo two schoolboys practice ping pong while waiting for the #10 bus. They already had paddles and ball, just needed a bench and a two bricks! You can purchase ping pong paddles and balls at any Chinese department store or at sports shops.
There are some good athletic gear shops on Sports Institute Road (Tiyuguan Lu) east of the Temple of Heaven.

Shop til u drop

by ghweeh about Wangfujing Street

Finally, our last day in China; we went shopping in Wang Fu Jin, a popular shopping areas with all kind of local and foreign brands. The shopping malls were so modern and HUGE and even the streets looked so clean. I think the govt really meant business when they announced to clean up the streets for the Olympic 2008! Everything....clothing, accessories, bags, cosmetic, toys, stationary, electrical & electonics, food, drinks, books, and the list goes on and on.... Depending how much you have in your wallet!!!

The pub crawl continue...

by MickeH about Houhai Lake Area

Just north of Qianhai Lake, and connected to it by a small canal, lies Houhai Lake.
Here the pubs continue to line the west shore. and at the northen end of the lake
the bars have put out sofas right by the water.

It was really nice to sit down in one of the many sofas and order out a beer or a drink and just
let everything and everyone flow right past around you.
I guess this only exist in the summer when the weather and temperature allows for it, but if you are there at that time don't forget to make time for a visit.

It was so comfortable and I was so tired the last time I was there that I wondered if I might get away with just falling asleep right there in the sofa.
In the end I took a cab back to the hostel though...


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