Tang Fu Hotel

Address: No.A1 Fuxue Alley, Dongsi North Street, Dongcheng District, Beijing, 100007, China | 3 star hotel
 
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Travel Blogs from Beijing

Beijing Modern

A travel blog entry by nietsreuef on Nov 19, 2014

85 photos

... Designed by Rem Koolhaus' OMA and completed in 2012 after a 10 year pursuit, the building is 767 feet tall, 54 floors, 5 million square feet, cost about $1 billion. It's unusual 250 foot cantilever, 500 feet in the air, is the striking form that has made it a standout.

Peoples Daily Building.
490 foot-tall tower, 32 stories, $200 million, east of CCTV headquarters, architect Zhou Qi, a professor at Jiangsu's Southeast ...

Our First City in China

A travel blog entry by kevdeeworldtour on May 10, 2014

7 comments, 88 photos

Beijing


Disembarked from the Trans Mongolian and said goodbye to everyone from Carriage 9 :-( Looked around for pick up from hostel but no sight of them – nothing for it but to hike up all the stairs and leave the train station to go find the underground. Kevin spotted him just outside the door and then he raced us up another 2 flights, across a bridge ...

The Forbidden City (Palace Museum) and Hutong

A travel blog entry by caroline63 on Feb 22, 2014

36 photos

... with us. The Palace is amazing: over 9000 rooms on a site of over 250 acres. We found some of the titles very amusing like the ' We had jasmine tea and cookies in a cafe inside the Palace. We then left and walked around to try and get a taxi - which won't stop on the roads around the Palace - and found the Datong Hutong so had a wander around. We will save the ride in the trishaw for another day. We then caught a taxi to ...

What a 36 hours!

A travel blog entry by jportelance on Jul 13, 2013

1 comment, 28 photos

... are made for women and Chinese men, they barely cover half of the bottom of my feet and don't do much more than make the floor more slippery. I'm almost as sweaty after the shower as I was up on the Wall because there is very little AC in the shower room, but at least it's just 1 layer of fresh sweat and I'm in fresh clothes. Its a good thing we arrived back at the airport with plenty of time, the security check-in is ridiculous. You have to go through 3 checkpoints to get ...

RELIGION IN CHINA: A CHURCH VISIT IN BEIJING

A travel blog entry by paulhfischer on Dec 09, 2012

3 photos

... unique experience, seeing religion in full display in a country that doesn't really recognize Christmas, though many of the shopping malls and hotels are displaying Christmas tress and ornaments, and there will be a Santa in our local mall.Religion is changing here and the huge expat community is redefining contemporary religions and religious ...