Yingcheng Business Hotel

No.80 Nanzhugan Hutong, Dongcheng District, Beijing, Beijing Region, 100010, China
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First time in Beijing

by ziroj

I will be in beijing on aug. 5 - 9, how far is the airport to red wall hotel? and if i am not having an airport to hotel service, is there any other means of transportation from the airport to hotel at around 9pm to 10pm the time of my arrival? and how much is the fare?

Re: First time in Beijing

by enzhu

I don't know if the hotel provides airport pickup. However, there should be taxi at airport exit all the time.
There are also airport bus, here is information about the bus service:
http://en.bcia.com.cn/traffic-manual/airport-bus.shtml
I think you should take #2 then look for a taxi. The bus run till last flight.
There should also be a new light rail service from airport to city and connects with subway. It's scheduled to be in service before the Olympic Games, but I don't know if it's in service now. If it's in service, I'm not sure if it will affect the bus service it used to have.

Re: First time in Beijing

by ellyse

You could take a direct taxi for around 110 RMB or so, note that there will be an extra 10 RMB tagged on for the expressway toll. The hotel is about 24.5 km from the airport.
You could also take airport shuttle no.2 and alight at Dongsishitiao, or airport shuttle no.3 and alight at Chaoyangmen or Yabao Lu, then take a taxi for the last remaining 4-6 km to your hotel. The airport shuttles all cost 16 RMB/pax, I guess the remaining taxi ride wouldn't be more than 30 RMB at the very most.

Re: First time in Beijing

by ellyse

Hmmm, the Xidan airport shuttle stop does seem a little closer. In any case, the distance is more than 3 km, so the flagfall rate of 10 RMB (for the 1st 3 km) wouldn't be enough to get you to your hotel, even if there's no traffic on the roads at all -- which's won't be the case!

Re: First time in Beijing

by chinaguy

the red wall hotel 25km from the international airport hotel address:31 North Shatan Street Dongcheng District Beijing

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Beijing Tip

by london.gal

You will get a pleasant surprise when you see just how massive this whole Forbidden City really is. So there! Imagine - the Emperors of the Qing Dynasty NEVER once stepped out of this place to see the outside world until Emperor Qian Long came to power. He disguised himself as a commoner and had a great time mingling with his subjects. I don't know how true this is.

Manchu Script

by SLLiew

On a Chinese currency note and in many written tablets in the Forbidden City, you can see the Manchu Script, beside the Chinese characters.

The Manchus from the northeast invaded China in 1644 and ruled China until 1911. For the first 200 years, they imposed Manchu as the main language before finally adopted Chinese as the official language.

Interesting to note that the Manchu script is based on the Mongolian script and written top down and left to right. Each alphabet has a initial, medial and final forms just like Arabic script.

Not sure which is harder to learn - Chinese characters or Manchu script.

I dont kow about having any...

by Chuck_Cotten

I dont kow about having any local knowlege but the best idea we had was to take a cab about 15 minutes away from the hotel and just start walking around. We found many street markets with great stuff. I was concerned about the language but most merchants with have a calculator which to haggle with you on. The student population (under 20) generaly speak some decent english but they are a bit shy with it.

Counterfeit designer brands

by Willettsworld about Silk Market

Silk Street is a large modern shopping centre that contains over 1,700 vendors who, mostly, sell counterfeit designer brand clothing and shoes. As well as this, their are stalls selling traditional Chinese handicrafts, antiques, calligraphy, carpets, table cloths, bed coverings, paintings, hand-knit dresses, toys, electronic gadgets, trinkets, and fine jewellery. Opened on March 19, 2005, and replacing the old alley-based Xiushui Market, the shopping centre attracts thousands of foreign tourists looking for counterfeit bargains. The place can feel very intimidating with vendors trying to attract you into their area. Remember to bargain as hard as you can and don't, by any means, accept their first price. It's all a 'game' and you remember that and that the items they sell aren't legitimate.

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Bike Beijing

by goodtraveler

No Bike, No Beijing! As known as the "Bicycle Kingdom", Beijing is one of the best place to get around by bicycle.

More and more visitors of Beijing find out that it's not only nicer and healthier to cycle, but in most cases also much faster.
China the country that runs on two wheels!!

Kingdom Bike Rental is helpful!!

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