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Time Out Food Award 2011
The nightlife in Beijing is very busy and having dinner in a good restaurant is part of a local daily life and traveler’s plans. The city offers plenty of good restaurants and there are several awards which tries with much effort list the best ones such as Time Out’s.
Check out the news about this year’s award!
Dominic Johnson-Hill and his clothing brand Plastered 8 in the Nanluoguxiang
There is a saying about visiting Beijing’s hutong: you’ve never been to the Nanluoguxiang, if you miss to visit and shop at the Plastered 8 store. In this post, I’ll detail all about his T-shirt Brand and the himself.
National Museum of China has been reopened!
After almost 4 years renovating, the National Museum of China reopens on March 1st.
Located in the east side of Tiannamen Square, the museum was first opened in 1959 and closed in 2007 for renovation. It was expanded to 191.900 squared meters and it’s now considered the largest museum in the world. The renovation project cost 2.5 billion RMB.
Five Biggest Salt Cities in China
Chinese consumers had been caught up in panic salt buying in the mistaken belief it would protect against radiation from Japan’s nuclear crisis in the last days. Anyway, the panic-shopping was triggered by the rumours and talebearer.
Here, I want to share with you the five biggest salt cities in China.
Japan Update: Current News Shows no Cause for Alarm in China
To the thousands affected by the earthquake and unclear disaster in Japan, we at BeijingHoliday send our deepest condolences. We can only imagine the devastating effects that this is having and hope that relief will come as quickly as possible.
Picking Strawberries in Beijing, fresh & fun
Recently, strawberry plantations in Beijing multiply year by year. It grows all over the four directions in the suburbs. Visitors can go to pick strawberries both for fresh taste and a fun experience.
Happy Women’s Day
I wish all the Women including me – A very Happy Women Day!
Personally, I think it is wonderful to celebrate the feminine spirit every day, but it is still nice to have a special day for it, especially in the early spring.
OMG! moments Competition – WIN A BEIJING HOLIDAY
We’re giving away an Beijing holiday for two! Just share your travel OMG! moment for the chance to win.
Accessibility Checklist for Hotel Accommodation; Beijing Disabled Travel
Accessibility is not standardized in the hotel industry and can be easily interpreted in different ways by hotel employees. Rather than look for ‘wheelchair friendly’ hotels in the forums and websites, have your criteria and needs ready and deal with the hotel directly. Often hotel websites will show that they have accessible rooms, but their definitions may differ widely and they may not be designed to meet your needs. At this point, you call directly.
Unforgettable Beijing Family Travel; Things to Do in Beijing with Kids
Beijing family travel is chock full of fun things to do with the kids. Climbing the Great Wall and tobogganing down, watching an acrobatic or Kung Fu show, and having a rickshaw ride through the hutongs are some of the best family activities to enjoy in Beijing.
6 Unusual Things to Do and See in Beijing
Suggestions for your Beijing itinerary after you’ve done with the highlights, like the Forbidden City, Tiananmen Square, Temple of Heaven, Summer Palace…etc.