Jingdong No.1 Hotspring Resort

Industry Park, Dongdachang County, Beijing, 065301, China | Resort
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TripAdvisor Reviews Jingdong No.1 Hotspring Resort Beijing

4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding

Travel Blogs from Beijing

A Jewish Life for Me in Beijing.

A travel blog entry by paulhfischer on Apr 15, 2014

1 comment, 10 photos

... being Jewish, and with no access to Jewish friends here, I needed to do something, and Passover was my chance to reconnect with my roots. There are, as it turns out, two very distinctive Jewish communities in Beijing, one, known as the Chabad, is the Orthodox group [I attended their Seder last year] and there is the conservative or reformed group, which I only heard about when I became friends with a Jewish cast member of last year's musical ...

Starting for Home

A travel blog entry by juliaby on Oct 31, 2013

3 comments, 6 photos

... at a Parisian style bakery - yum (you'll see the picture). This was my first real food today, so perhaps the dizziness will go away.

When I returned, the hotel staff had turned down the sheets and left bottled water in the room - yes, this is really nice. The room even smells good.

Tomorrow will be a long, but fun day of roundtrip travel to Xi'an (by plane) to see the Terracotta Warriors - look it up online, it's ...

Beijing (October 18-21)

A travel blog entry by wilsondm5 on Oct 23, 2013

4 photos

... restaurant in Beijing for Peking Duck. It was beautifully prepared and presented and very yummy. Today we visited the Great Wall of China and climbed the wall. Jack completed 700 steps while Deb made the steep climb up to the top watchtower. Only one other lady in our group of 21 made it that far. Most of the others made it partially up the steps. The pictures and view is breathtaking, and the experience is more than a little overwhelming. (Bucket ...

Beijing days 1 and 2...wow

A travel blog entry by audrey.beau on May 16, 2013

154 photos

... regal form of stone in Chinese culture. It is very durable and does not scratch. Many Chinese women wear jade bangles. Many Chinese women do not wear wedding rings, but instead wear jade bangles.
After that we went to our first lunch. It was very interesting experiencing how the Chinese eat. They serve you 5 to 8 dishes on a lazy susan. You pick the food you want a little at a time. There are a lot of vegetable options ...

Forbidden City? Wouldn't wanna go there anyway...

A travel blog entry by katyandgeoff on Sep 18, 2012

10 photos

... city that was at extra cost but included some treasures and stone carvings which were nice. We did also manage to get lot quite a bit which added to the time, but it was pleasurable just a very long time to be walking around! We exited the city at the North entrance which faces the Jing Shan Park. This is a massive hill made from the earth dug out of the Moat that surrounds the Forbidden City. From here (so the guide book says) are fantastic views of Beijing ...

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