Warwick International Apartments Beijing

7 Guangqumen Nanshuiguanjia, Chongwen District, Beijing, Beijing, 100061, China
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Where 2 get eyeglasses made in BJ?

by Twinzmom

Hi,
I am visiting Beijing in August, first time. I wear eyeglasses and wonder if it might be a good (as in less expensive) place to get some extra pairs made. At home I pay at least $450 USD per pair for lenses and frames. Is it less over there? If so can you suggest shops that do a quality job and speak some English?
Staying in CBD.

Thanks!

Re: Where 2 get eyeglasses made in BJ?

by luvbychance

I'm not sure about a place in Beijing, but I know some friends that use this site: http://www.zennioptical.com/home.php?cat=20

Re: Where 2 get eyeglasses made in BJ?

by cafank

When I was in Beijing I got 2 pair of multi-focals for about $250.00 - and they were great. I looked at a few stores in the main shopping areas - read tourist areas - and they were expensive (well, by Chinese standard). I ended up going to a small optometrist in the suburbs and had great service.

They read my prescription, retested my eyes to confirm the script and the glasses were made in 3 days. The next visit I was in the country and got a designer pair for just over $180.00 - same great service.

I am off again in a couple of weeks and plan to get a new pair of sunnies this time - I have found all 3 pair to be great value and long lasting.

Re: Where 2 get eyeglasses made in BJ?

by al2401

I have not had glassed made overseas but have bought great designer frames and had them made up at home. Still a cheaper way to go if like me you like different/interesting frames.

Re: Where 2 get eyeglasses made in BJ?

by chinamonty

I had progressive lens glasses done in Shenzhen and they cost around USD250 (can't remember the exchange rate at the time). Remember NO glasses frame costs any more than USD10 from the factory so they dont have huge mark ups in China like they do elsewhere. You can expect to pay a lot less than USD450 but I don't know any expat optometrists. If you dont get an answer here then try Beijing expat web site.

Travel Tips for Beijing

Why won't the hotel room lights stay on?

by jerokee_528

Maybe this is common is some countries, but this is the first time I ran up against it. In most of the Hotel rooms we stayed in, you need to place your key card in a slot by the door to have the power stay on. When you leave, all the power goes off even the air conditioning. Not a bad idea, maybe US motels/hotels need to start doing this also.

Chinese Beers

by machomikemd

China has been brewing beer for the past 9,000 years but it was mostly rural stuff and not into the mass produced market but things changed in the 19th century when european powers entered china and established mini colonies and introduced european style beers. Among the beers is Tsingtao Beer, the most popular Beer in China plus a host of other brands such as China Blue Ribbon, Yanjing, Sie-Tang Lio and Zhujiang. A Typical 500 ml beer in china costs 10 RMB and a 355 ml aluminum can will cost 8 RMB in convenience stores while in retaurants and bars triple that price. Chinese beers often contain rice, sorghum and sometimes rye in addition to barley and Alcohol content varies from 3.5% to the strong variety of 7.5%.

Chinese ofted drink beers during meals and are available everywhere! try one now! try the different kinds of chinese beer, their a ok!

Winter

by nepalgoods

In winter it can get very, very cold. Don't forget to take fat-creme with you! You need to protect your face from the cold wind. When it is cold, the batteries of your camera might not work properly. Take some extra batteries and protect your camera against the cold.

The Great Wall

by keeweechic

No visit to China is complete without a trip to the Great Wall. It was certainly one of the most inspiring moments of my life to be standing on a part of it. The construction began more than 2,000 years ago on this wall that meanders more than 6,000 kms (3,728 miles) across the country.

Badaline was listed as 'World Cultural Heritage" by the United Nations and in recent years this section of the wall has been repaired.

ChaoYang Theatre

by ahoerner about Acrobats

In this small theatre you can have a taste of the chinese acrobatics skills.

Beautiful and impressive performances will not let you loose any part of the show.

Definitely worth a visit!

Tickets begin on RMB100 (EUR10) and show begins on 19h15. No special requirements.

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