Xingming Lake Resort

Address: 400 meters south from Liujiachang Village, Weishanzhuang Town, Daxing District, Beijing, 102611, China | Resort
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This resort is located in the Daxing District area of Beijing.
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Travel Blogs from Beijing

Ulan Bator - Beijing

A travel blog entry by edbaxter on Jun 11, 2015

1 comment, 16 photos

... We share a carriage with people from Aylesbury and Bristol and when we head to the ornate restaurant car for lunch it is bustling. At the border, the train stops for several hours so it can be adapted to the Chinese railway lines. We are driven into a siding, the carriages are noisily separated from one another and the bogies are changed. We pull in to Beijing the next morning exactly on time and just like that I've made it to China and the end of my pre-booked ...

Beijing/ Great Wall of China

A travel blog entry by rachecake96 on Sep 16, 2014

11 photos

... on the subways to go to Tiananmen Square. Lots of walking. You're not supposed to talk about the history of what happened since it's so terrible. It's also where all the government buildings are. Not very exciting. Except the ruler of the communist party, Mao, is frozen in one of the buildings, which is cool. I wish we could have seen that.

It was funny because Asians come up to us and ask for pictures with us. I guess they don't see that many Americans. A swarm of ...

Day 69: The Great Wall

A travel blog entry by ryan.lee on Jul 20, 2014

16 photos

Hello World!

Our hostel offered a pretty affordable tour to the Great wall. We went with two of our buddies from the Tran Siberian Railway. We were almost run over on our way to the bus while crossing the street from our hostel XD.

The section of the wall we went to visit is called Mutianyu. Apparently it is one of the easier sections to walk, but we still found it pretty challenging. The hardest part was the unevenness of the steps. I was so focussed on the ground for ...

Answering your questions

A travel blog entry by peckfamily on Oct 24, 2013


... nicer than I expected.

Have I met any Tans? Not yet that I know of.

Do they only eat Chinese food? No. They have all kinds of restaurants. It is hard to tell because the restaurant names are all in Chinese characters.

What did I eat for lunch? Dumplings. I really liked the cabbage and pork steamed and fried dumplings. There were other kinds too but I liked these the best.

What is ...

Three Cheers For My Lungs!

A travel blog entry by janagorski on Apr 25, 2013

12 photos

... getting to the platform, changing platforms, exiting the station and then crossing the road via an underpass, I encountered 8 flights of stairs. The bag was quite heavy and together with the 7kg of baby, I found carrying it up and down the stairs of the subway quite difficult. Plus I had a sore ankle from the Great Wall walk a few days before and so I would have looked as though I was struggling, yet NOBODY offered to help. I was a little ...