Hong Li Yuan Plaza

Address: No.1 Liuliqiao, West Lopp 3, Fengtai District, Beijing, 100073, China | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the Fengtai District area of Beijing, is near Museum of the Chinese Revolution, Hall of Great Harmony (Taihe Dian), Beijing Capital Museum, and Zhongshan Park.
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Travel Blogs from Beijing

Beijing City Tour

A travel blog entry by mktravels on Jan 29, 2015

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... haze and we had been very aware of air pollution reaching hazardous levels in Beijing. Luck was on our side as a huge wind storm had cleared the air leaving us beautiful blue skies and fresh cold air.

Beijing would tick the last 'Great Wall' box having now seen the Terracotta Warriors and spent a day with the pandas. However, before the obvious 'wall venture' there was still plenty to see in Beijing.

First Impressions

A travel blog entry by smadge on Oct 04, 2014

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... was interested in our custom. Cooking the food oneself at the table does ensure it is freshly cooked and hot. We were washing this down with some Chinese beer when I chanced upon an exciting bowl of soup at another table. Such was my obvious interest that two small bowls of the soup were sent across for us to try. I sent back a bottle of beer and we cemented our mural friendship. A peace pagoda is soon to be built. Day 2. 5th October Beijing ...

Beijing: Emperors and Great Walls

A travel blog entry by bryanddave2013 on Aug 23, 2013

58 photos

... state affairs and the back for the emperors residence. The entire palace has 8,700 odd rooms, all constructed from wood. It was home to multiple emperors, their families and at least 1000 concubines over a 500 year period. During this time, it was "forbidden" to commoners, hence its name. As a place to visit, the Forbidden City was extensively renovated and repainted for the 2008 Olympics, so it looks all very fresh and colourful. Unfortunately we were unable to go into ...

Xin nian kuai le!

A travel blog entry by tracy-andy-pez on Feb 09, 2013

5 comments, 8 photos

... gold decorations adorn doorways, shops, alleyways, along with pretty red lanterns, symbolising good luck, prosperity, happiness & health for the coming year. The Chinese believe that each new year represents a new beginning & a new opportunity. Things in the past are put aside, and people look forward.

The Festival celebrates the arrival of the new lunar new year. It commences on the first day of the first month in the lunar calendar, usually ...

First stop in China!

A travel blog entry by loftspiken on Feb 03, 2013

1 comment, 14 photos

... and the gang treated us to an awesome lunch downtown before taking us back to her apartment in North Dõngchéng. While relaxing on the couch, Xixi gave us some great advice about travelling around the other spots we're visiting in China, particularly Yunnan. Later in the evening we had a walk around the old town near where Xixi lives, had some lovely noodles in a local stall, then headed back home and went to bed for an early night. ...