Beijing Yuyuan Hotel

73 Fengbei Road, Fengtai District, Beijing, 100073, China | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Beijing

Dragon's Backbone Rice Terraces and Dali

A travel blog entry by wenzels


The Dragon's Backbone Rice Terraces, northern Guanxhi Province, China We took the bus out of Yangshuo back to Guilin, left our luggage save what we needed for 2 days of hiking at the train station there and took a bus to the sleepy town of Heping: the entrance point to the so-called Dragon's Backbone Rice terraces. These are over 600 year old feats …

New Year's Eve, China Style

A travel blog entry by florachen

... It was so close we had to shut the window in fear that a spark would come flying into our porch. Setting off fireworks so close to buildings would never be allowed in America, but it definitely should be. I was so awestruck.

The past few days it has been sunny with clear skies. This morning a foggy haze rests over the city, the aftermath of a night of frivolous celebration in ringing in the New Year. ...


A travel blog entry by beaudadams


... hour, there was a massive rubber ducky just like the one that was in Sydney a while ago, also lots and lots of other boats. The crowds were pretty bad too, especially for out of season. Walking in some areas was a complete traffic jam thanks to some strollers and stupid people. Like driving in China people don’t seem to understand flow. They bottle neck at every opportunity and rather than wait they just spread out so that no one can move past them going the opposite ...


A travel blog entry by hollys-summer

... tell this trip is going to be a good laugh. Went to a peaking duck restaurant this evening with everyone and back at the hotel for an early night as we are going othe Great Wall - leaving at 6:30am!!!! Getting up at 5:30 to meet jas (male may I add - need I say anymore!) for breakfast before. Night night


A travel blog entry by paulhfischer


Before embarking on this Great Chinese Adventure, there are certain things I never ventured to participate in. The idea of karaoke and singing, badly, in public was not on my top To Do list. Then I came to Beijing and Friday comes around and my friend Kyle suggested I join him and a group of fun loving Chinese teachers to experience the world of Karaoke, Beijing style. The city does have a very eclectic ...


This hotel, located in the Fengtai District area of Beijing, is near Museum of the Chinese Revolution, Beijing Capital Museum, Eight Great Temples (Badachu), and Anantara Spa By The Great Wall.
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