Wuyi Hostel

Address: No.9 Guandong Dian, Chaoyang District, Beijing, 100020, China | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Beijing

Beijing II

A travel blog entry by chriswrobs on Oct 12, 2014

4 comments, 7 photos

... National Museum. Located on the east side of Tiananmen Square, the museum has only recently open, 2011, and the finish is amazing. Easily one of the more impressive museums I have been to. Some of the better displays were on Ancient China, African Art, and Calligraphy. And the best part, free admittance.

Duck

One of the more famous dishes in Beijing is roasted duck. Historically reserved only for emperors and family of royalty, it wasn’t until ...

Alighting in the Birds' Nest

A travel blog entry by mrsmac on Jan 17, 2014

2 comments, 8 photos

... are to be held here.

By the time we finished there it was nearly 1-30pm and it was bitterly cold. We decided to return to the centre of the city to the main shopping street, Wangfujing St. This is the "Rundle Mall" equivalent of Beijing. We had to change trains twice to get to the right line but using the subway here is easy as there are signs in English as well as Mandarin. We emerged into one of the big shopping malls, Oriental Plaza and found ourselves in ...

Beijing Around

A travel blog entry by echristian778 on Dec 08, 2013

... to Tienanmen Square. Visiting this place is crazy. Because none of the Chinese have any idea what happened there, or why anyone would want to come see it. There are random fire extinguishers out (in case of protests) and tons of undercover police officers to make sure no foreigner trys to educate anyone on the matter, or that no one trys to start another protest. They also have made part of it into a big tribute to the ...

Bell Towers, Hutongs and Lakes in Old Beijing

A travel blog entry by paulhfischer on Jun 30, 2013

27 photos

... developed fast during the Ming and Qing dynasties. In the Yuan Dynasty, there were about 29 Hutongs, while in the Ming Dynasty (1368 –1644), this number increased to 1,070. In the Qing Dynasty (1644–1911), it grew to 2,076. It is said that by 1949 there were as many as 3,250. But with the passage of time, and the requirement for city construction, the number of them has fallen dramatically. ...

Beijing & The Great Wall of China

A travel blog entry by new_lands on Aug 25, 2012

27 photos

... the weather too and it’s been a beautiful day to the extent I need to put my brolly up for some protection against the sun. What another incredible adventure I've had... truly memorable. I love traveling and these highlights make my traveling all worthwhile.

A couple of weeks later its National Week in China which is the National holiday for everyone, the whole country travels and you ought to see the photographs in the newspapers ...