Xiaoyuan Hotel

No.12 Lishi Alley, Nanxiao Street, Chaoyangmen, Dongcheng District, Beijing, Beijing Region, 100010,
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Beijing Airport Shops - T3

by Habakuk

Does anybody know an exact listing of shops at the new T3 at Beijing Airport. Answers like "normal duty free shops", "the usual airport stuff", etc. are not too helpful.
Thanks!

Re: Beijing Airport Shops - T3

by bonnechic

Just returned after trips in and out of Terminal 3 and I have an airport map. The stores are few and far between because the terminal is so big. Here are some:
Olympic Golf World, Nike Golf Shop, bookstore, Yuhong Gallery, Qi Bao Zhai (gifts), Asilk-Chinese silk store, Baggage store (Fencl), confectionary-Yumm Yumm Treats, Lacoste-Guesse, Aigner, Elle, Agile, Stonnie (don't remember what these are), BMW Lifestyle, Ports, Dupont, Bally, Skap, watch store, Swarovski, Dunhill, convenience store, fruit store, wine & cigar store. Some stores are still empty. Hope this helps. They could sure use some reasonably priced stores, and more American stores.

Travel Tips for Beijing

St Michael's Church

by egosyncratix

Walk east on Qianmen Dong Dajie....for about 15 minutes....you should see it on your left after a few crossroads. Its worth taking a look if you are catholic. A truly beautiful church. Really underrated! The vertical pictures are much nicer than this....so visit my travelogue for more pictures! Album 2 and 4

In 1996 a 'free' paper called...

by anglosaxon

In 1996 a 'free' paper called Beijing Scene was available but, was banned because of it's criticism of the government. It seems that it has made a comeback although with new editorial staff. It is still free to residents and tourists and available in most 'western' bars and some hotels. It is also available by clicking Beijing Scene where you will find various sections about Beijing life. I would recommend the restaurant section, 'In Short' shows recent chinese news stories, 'Zhaole' is the what's on guide. Most interesting are the back issues where you can search for your own interests and make some notes before you go to Beijing.

Beijing city walls

by ahoerner

In the southern part of the city the unaware tourist may find also interesting the remains of the old city walls of Beijing, which were demolished during the Cultural Revoltion in China.

A nice park lies along the walls, where people gather to walk, talk or even just be there.

A Chance to Learn

by solopes about Jade Factory

The trips to the Graet Wall and tombs always include a stop in a jade factory (I read it in VT prior to go, and... got it there).
The usual quick look at some people working (nothing new, I had already seen it, in Thailand, or India, or... both), and a technical explanation about the process and the different qualities of jade. That's serious and useful!
Then... it's up to you, to buy or not. The prices are high (shh... I escaped... and Fernanda didn't notice yet that there was no jade in our containers back home... shh!) and the display very appealing.
If you don't have my luck (this time... only this time!), why not to use the good technical information in a cheaper place?

The Subway in Beijing during summer

by Jennie_Ng

It says that it is air conditioned, but beware, Beijing trains aint like the ones at Shanghai. it uses fan, NOT Air Cond. If you are not used to it, you may suffocate... but having a cool drink on hand is always handy. Some McDonalds served Coke Lite (Jien Yi Ke le).. Thanks god, with lots of ice.

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