Changfeng Hotel (South Sanhuan)

Address: No.6 Songzhuang Road, Fengtai District, Beijing, 100078, China | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Beijing

Beijing Modern

A travel blog entry by nietsreuef on Nov 19, 2014

85 photos

... like it was completed in August, officially announced as completed in October, but yet to be occupied. The cost is undiscloded, but must be in the $300 million range.

Designed by Chinese Architect Shao Weiping, executive chief architect of the government-owned BIAD UFo (Beijing Institute of ARCHITECTURE DESIGN, Un-Forbidden office). It is a showpiece for Chinese building capability with an all-Chinese design team, contractor, and financing.



A travel blog entry by triptalk on May 18, 2014

10 photos

... But most importantly people seem happier than I remember. More nods hello and less blank stares. Since I have seen most of the big sites I decided to have an easy day just strolling around the parks. It's Sunday, so people were out in full force singing opera and playing accordians in different groups 50 feet from each other. It was a crazy cacophany ...

Sweet and Sour

A travel blog entry by hollingsworth84 on Mar 10, 2014

1 comment, 8 photos

... food and the sour taste of disappointing foods, as well. Breakfast is a buffet as I mentioned before and full of both eastern and western dishes. I took my phone this morning so I could share some of the site with you though taste and smell may be a more important factor in the scheme of food and meals. There was dragon fruit, samosas, purple sweet potatoes, steam bread, fried bread, omelettes, tea eggs, ...

Palace To Pub :)

A travel blog entry by dna.livinglarge on Jul 10, 2013

29 photos

... edge. Every inch of it is covered in hand painted images depicting various stories of folklore. The emperor brought in artists from all over China to paint it. I know all this not because i studied up on China's history but because we did an audio tour which had info about the history of buildings etc but it was kinda ****** it would cut off randomly and the info on the various sites was very basic. So after wondering and pondering for ...

Beijing a.k.a The Great Bamboozle

A travel blog entry by shelaughs on Dec 08, 2012

2 comments, 18 photos

... as we started the walk around the Forbidden City but finally gave in to a persistent man who kept saying "3 monies! 3 monies!" Bret confirmed that he would take us to the entrance of the Forbidden City for "3 monies" and we hoped in. Now, if Bret were telling the story, he might imply that he would have had the strength to keep saying no to all these Beijing entrepreneurs and that it was me who caved and said "okay." He might be right but this isn't his blog ...