Holiday Garden Hotel

No.7 Hongmiao Caijiawan, Chaoyang District, Beijing, 100025, China | 4 star hotel
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Travel Blogs from Beijing

Day 18: Beijing (Temples)- Emily

A travel blog entry by lauraandemily on Sep 03, 2014

17 photos

... the local on their morning commute. Fresh fruit stalls sent their mouth watering peachy smells out into the bustling streets alongside stalls frying up fresh buns. It took me 30 mins up Dongsi Beidajie to the Lama Temple, Yonghe Gong, my first attraction of the day. I arrived 25 minutes early so had a quick nose into the local shops full of Buddhist merchandise, flashing lotuses, solar powered spinning prayer wheels and racks upon racks of the ...

My Plan For North Korea

A travel blog entry by chloecd on Jun 27, 2014

1 comment, 1 photo

... where guests sleep on heated floors in traditional Korean style; basic – sporadic hot water and frequent power cuts but a great experience as you are living literally next door to the local inhabitants. Please note that the area around Kaesong is considered to be a malarial area by the WHO, however, provided tourists take proper precautions (use good mosquito repellant and mosquito nets – these are provided in the hotel we use) there is very little risk ...

Moon Festival and National Holiday

A travel blog entry by alexandmarymac on Oct 24, 2013

31 photos

At the beginning of Autumn each year, China celebrates two holidays which fell back to back this year.

Moon Festival comes first (and falls on the full moon each year) and everyone eats moon cakes, which are these disgusting, dense cakes that have some filling. This year, I was given rose and red bean flavor... mmmmmm! Think of a fig newton, only that is the size of a hockey puck and not quite ...

The Great Wall of China

A travel blog entry by alycleveland on Jun 06, 2013

2 comments, 10 photos

... to it. It takes a lot of power to run this place! Anyways, as we began to reach the mountains, we started driving through several little towns and villages. It was so interesting to see China on a smaller scale after living in the hustle and bustle of Beijing for the past week and a half. Life seemed so simple in these cities. There were many people working out in their fields next to their homes, people sitting in front ...

China: Part I

A travel blog entry by globehunters on Sep 11, 2012

3 comments, 38 photos

... interesting site. Metros are clean and efficient. However, some cultural norms go back to old folklore. Spitting is everywhere. We saw people spitting in high end malls near stores like Fendi and Gucci. It’s considered bad for the body to have any phlegm, so it has to come out. The other cultural norm is to push, shove, and cut people in line. This was everywhere and if one did not do the same, you’d never make it here ...