Qinghai Tower

Address: No.6 Beiyin Hutong, Xicheng District, Beijing, 100031, China | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Beijing

China - Beijing & Great Wall

A travel blog entry by tereza-gonzalo on Jul 09, 2014

104 photos

... as the Palace Museum. Having been the imperial palace for some 5 centuries, it houses numerous rare treasures and curiosities. It was listed by UNESCO as a World Cultural Heritage Site in 1987.

Rectangular in shape, it is the world's largest palace complex and covers 74 hectares. Surrounded by a 52-meter-wide moat and a 10-meter-high wall are more than 8,700 rooms. The wall has a gate on each side. The distance between these two gates is 960 meters, while the distance ...

Day 2 in China, Beijing - Wednesday, November 6

A travel blog entry by arloagracie on Nov 06, 2013

1 comment, 38 photos

... include some short comments and photo captions that she provided on the pictures that you can read as you click through.

You can leave comments on the pictures and she will see them when she gets home ... even though they do not show up publicly on the blog.

Beijing day 1

A travel blog entry by karlaquinney on Sep 14, 2013

8 photos

... which held the 2008 olympics, it was amazing! We saw and walked around the main stadium The Birds Nest and saw The water cube where all the swimming took place. In the afternoon we walked along some of Beijing's most famous housing districts The Hutongs which are traditional Chinese buildings and were down little back alleys. In the evening we walked over to the Houhai Lake where we sat and had a drink on the rooftop bar overlooking the lake and relaxed in the ...

<3 Beijing Becomes a Bomb Zone

A travel blog entry by cats-adventures on Feb 08, 2013

21 photos

... Annoyingly Kevin and I caught up with the slowest person about half way down, so I more or less stopped in order to gain a gap to go fast again. Great thrill (as the videos show!) We waited for our food for an hour (partly cos we were early and partly cos it was late) but the food was amazing! With a great selection of sweet and sour I was very happy though I could've definitely eaten more sweet and sour chicken.

Once back we spent our evening having some ...

Chinese 101 and I'm an idiot

A travel blog entry by patickdb on Sep 19, 2012


Soooooooo earlier in this blog I mentioned that I often eat steamed bun dumplings. I told you they're called "biaozi" in Chinese. Well I was wrong.....so wrong. In fact, they are called "baozi". I learned this when I went to look up the Chinese character to write a sentence ...