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.
Bookshops are a traveler’s best friend; Greatest Bookshop in Beijing
Bookshops are a traveler’s best friend: they provide convenient shelter and diversion in bad weather, they’re a reliable source of maps, notebooks, and travel guides, they often host readings and other cultural events, and if you raced through your lone paperback on the first leg of your trip, the bookshop is the place to go for literrary replenishment.
The largest pearl store near the Temple of Heaven
At the northeast of the Temple of Heaven lies a well-known pearl market. Every day it attracts a great many people from home and abroad. Recently I paid a visit there, and was greatly impressed with Fanghua Pearl and Jewel, the largest shop in the market. If you want to find a beautiful natural pearl necklace, and give yourself a more elegant and nobler look, don’t miss this shop.
How to getting around Beijing on your own?
Beijing is a throbbing nerve center of ring roads, highways and subways connecting local spots, railways stations and airports.
Beijing Capital Airport and Tianjin Xingang Port Transfer Service
Would arrive in Beijing Capital Airport, and not know how to get to the downtown?
Would board the cruise ship in Xinggang Pier?
Check the detailed information about how to transfer.
Celebrating the Upcoming 2010 China National Day
2010 China National Day is around the corner, and the 2010 Chinese National Day holiday is from Oct 1 to Oct 7, 2010.
Dos & Don’ts for the Beijing Travelers
First time in Beijing? Let us give you some tips to help avoid the classic China-Rookie mistakes.
Shyness of Chinese People in the Party
If you stay in China or get along with Chinese people for some time, you might notice that Chinese people tend to be extremely shy in social life. The shyness of Chinese people is actually resulted from traditional Chinese culture and education. Most often these shyness just show the kindness of Chinese.