Bijia Resort

Bijia Moutain Training Center, Shidu Town, Fangshan District, Beijing, 102411, China | Resort
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Travel Blogs from Beijing

My ears become a peasant's new toy

A travel blog entry by adrianpritchard

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... service station with squat toilets in the middle of nowhere. That was the quickest pee of my life. The idea of being left behind on a rural Chinese highway fills me with horror!



It’s noticeably colder than Beijing wherever we are now. It’s also dark but squinting through the window we don’t seem to have reached the snow line yet. The next time we stop I’m staying on the bus. The alternative doesn’t bear thinking about…
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Bell Towers, Hutongs and Lakes in Old Beijing

A travel blog entry by paulhfischer

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... connected to the other, making it easy for local people to keep in touch with their neighbors. Therefore, once one enters any of the lanes, one can feel the deep and warm relationships among people, which is rarely found in this modern world.In the twisted lanes one can experience the life of the ancient Beijing people. The bathrooms and public toilets can be found in these lanes. Shops sell all kinds ...

Back in Beijing after some years

A travel blog entry by steffen102

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... and definitely have a great atmosphere, especially if explored by bicycle.

After an emergency lunch (how hungry each of us was!) we cycled back to our hostel to return the bicycles. As we already had to ride the last twenty minutes of our return trip in total darkness, we felt very happy about our decision not to go for the summer palace, since this would have meant another 15km of a ride - one way!. This part of the bike ride at night was one scary thing! Many vehicles ...

A day exploring Temples

A travel blog entry by tracy-andy-pez

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... The Lama Temple is Beijing's foremost Buddhist temple, and claims to be the most magnificent Tibetan Buddhist temple outside of Tibet. A beautiful entrance via 3 archways, and 5 main halls, all get bigger as you go through them. It has housed an emperor as well as the home of monks from Mongolia & Tibet. One of the halls has a throne that seated the Dalai Lama (who I believe made a random visit to Aldershot recently?!?!) when he lectured there. The final ...

Welcome To Beijing

A travel blog entry by yanandasif

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... quirks we had heard about beforehand became apparent. The most interesting was the constant throat wrenching phlegm spitting by the majority of men and many women also. ‘It is something we just need to get use to’ we kept telling ourselves. Although every time Yan heard the sound she thought they were aiming at her and on one occasion she actually did get caught in some crossfire much to Asif’s amusement. There were even spit buckets on buses. We ...

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This resort is located in the 房山 area of Beijing.
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