You may have been researching for days and browsing many pages of notes, but still can’t come to a decision about which place to stay in Beijing. Here, you are on the right page, if you want to be in a hutong in an interesting area, especially one with lots of restaurants.
Archive for July, 2010
Beijing is a shopper’s paradise. But it’s a shame to spend time trying to pick up things you forgot on your packing list rather than in the markets cruising for treasure. Here’s a list of items that you may want to bring with you because you won’t be able to find them, or the brands will be limited, in Beijing.
Whether one haggles for a great deal on a new pair of jeans, a dishwasher, the bid on having the house painted or the cost of a child’s new braces, entering into price negotiations when buying anything is smart and will often result in getting a lower price.
It’s a difficult balance: being cautious about what you eat and enjoying your trip to China. On the one hand, you don’t want to be wiping every utensil with hand sanitizer every time you sit down. On the other hand, you don’t want to throw caution to the wind and end up curled in the fetal position in your hotel room wishing you’d remembered to bring some Pepto-Bismol.
Making and drinking tea is different from Western people and Chinese people. In western countries, it is much easier to make a cup of tea, while in China, it is much more complicated, especially, to make the Kungfu Cha. In this page, I will thread the difference between them.
From ancient times the lotus has been a divine symbol in Asian traditions representing the virtues of sexual purity and non-attachment. So, today, I will take you to enjoy the lotus flower in Beijing to make you have a fresh and cool summer holiday.
Peking Duck, or Peking Roast Duck is a famous duck dish from Beijing that has been prepared since the imperial era, and is now considered one of China’s national foods. Could you make the Peking Duck in the kitchen of your own home?
Pressed for cash? You don’t need bucket loads of money to have a great travel experience – you just need these tips which are collected from the Lonely Planet.
These trains between London and Beijing would be able to travel at over 200mph, meaning travellers could jump aboard in London and alight 5,070 miles and two days later in Beijing.
People are enchanted by the purple lavender flowers, which at this time of year, radiate their meaning: “waiting for love”. If you have no chance to get to Provence of France, the “Zihaixiangdi Art Garden” in Miyun, Beijing is a good alternative.