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East China

Beijings location

Beijing at a glance

Capital
Culture
Historic
Food
Very Touristic
Cheap
Shopping
Activity
Architecture

11,700,000

Population

3-5 nights

Recommended

Moderate (4 of 5)

Level of costs

Around Beijing

Airports:

Beijing Capital International Airport (PEK)

Beijing Nanyuan Airport (NAY)

Beijing Daxing International Airport (PKX)

About Beijing

At Beijing live about over 11,716,620 people. This world city is in the north of China. The capital of China is Beijing. It provides a lot of unique culture.

Things to do

While visiting Beijing (Beijing itineraries), I wanted to see all that the capital of China had to offer within my limited time there. So, I strategically picked the places I dreamt of seeing since planning my trip to Asia. I’ve had a vision of standing on the Great Wall of China, looking out on the vast vegetation surrounding the wall.

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The name Beijing means Northern Capital, and it intended to distinguish the town from Nanjing, which was the Southern Capital. It is a hustling and bustling capital city, with a population of about 21,5 million people. It is the second largest city by population in the World after Shanghai (see itineraries).

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? If so, you have come to the right place. Whether it’s seeing The Great Wall of China , this city has an array of things to do from imperial palaces, ancient temples, and cutting-edge architect to keep you gazing all day. Tiananmen Square and the Forbidden City, grand though they may be, are forever associated with ...

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BEIJING, CHINA - CCTV Pants Building China World Trade Center Towers Skyscrapers Guamao Centrall Business District Beijing China BEIJING, CHINA - CCTV Pants Building China (plan China itineraries) World Trade Center Towers Skyscrapers Guamao Centrall Business District Beijing ...

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Beijing Antique Market

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Eat & drink

Let’s talk about food. Some of you know how I feel about Chinese food already, but for those who don’t, I’ll summarize. It’s awesome. In fact, I truly believe that China is one of the best countries in the world to explore if you’re a foodie. Honestly, I’m not quite sure how I feel about using the word “foodie” but ...

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Beijing, the capital of the People’s Republic of China (visit China itineraries), is the political, cultural centre of international exchanges and technological innovations of the country. At the end of 2015, the population permanently residing in Beijing was 21.7 million. That same year, Beijing’s GDP reached 2.

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Food and Drink In Beijing

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Some excellent restaurants in Beijing cater to vegetarians and vegans. You can find food from all over the world as well as top local cuisine. Here are a few of our favourite places with the best meat- and dairy-free options! ...

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More vegetarian-friendly restaurants in Beijing

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Classy but unpretentious, this restaurant served up tastier, refined Yunnanese specialties than we managed to find in Yunnan province. During your meal, scan around and you’ll likely spot a famous actor or actress from the Chinese film scene. Reasonably priced given the quality of the food, service and décor.

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Worth to visit

Most visitors in Beijing venture out to the hutongs, but unfortunately, they stick to the extremely touristy and crowded streets like Nanluoguxiang. While that street is a sight in itself, you’ll rarely see a Beijing local peering his head in one of the many overpriced ...

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Okay, so first thing’s first – if you’re not a very patient person, or you don’t have a taste for adventure then finding your own way to Mutianyu is probably not the right idea. Seriously, book on a tour instead. ...

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The giant pandas are native to South Central China (China itineraries), the only place where they naturally exist. With a remaining population of less than 2000, the giant pandas are also referred to as living fossils. A lot of great work has been done in captivity throughout the last decade to increase the dwindling panda population and ..

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General

The Great Wall of China spanning across the hills into the distance The Great Wall of China (China in detail) spanning across the hills into the distance Moving to Beijing wasn’t our first choice. It turned out that as a couple, finding two jobs in a public school was very difficult, so we decided to move to Beijing (plan Beijing itineraries).

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You Will Experience Culture Shock

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Outside a few taxi drivers call us, but we are immediately taken in charge by a lady in her uniform who asks our address in Beijing and sends us to the next lane. We don’t understand what happened but we are now seating in a random lame van, after paying a whopping 180 Chinese Yuanand being given a receipt.

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, there are a couple of things you need to know before you set off: ...

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Minus the crazy descent, this section of the Great Wall was my absolute favorite, and the view of the lake from above made every moment of pain worth it. ...

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Itinerary

A trip to Beijing is essential for any China (China in detail) Itinerary and this 3 Day Beijing Itinerary covers all of the highlights of Beijing. If you are wondering how many days to spend in Beijing (more about Beijing), I think 3 days in Beijing is the perfect amount of time to spend exploring and seeing all the sites.

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You could easily spend months exploring Beijing and you will not have seen everything in this impressive and expansive city. Unfortunately, we had only three days to visit Beijing… Nevertheless, I tried to fit in as much sightseeing as possible, while keeping our 10-month-old baby happy at the same time.

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Very. Very. Very. Busy.

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The Summer Palace is one of Beijing (see itineraries)'s most beautiful outdoor attractions. Beijing is hectic. The best way to get away from this frantic pace is to explore Beijing’s top outdoor attractions, which are introductions to ancient China and can be enjoyed at a slower pace. My favorite sites and ..

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I casually mention Chris all the time on Adventures Around Asia, but I never go into personal details. I’ve never actually written about how we met, how we started dating, or where our relationship was headed. ...

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Costs

Think a holiday to Beijing (plan Beijing itineraries) isn’t in your budget? Think again! A trip to Beijing (more about Beijing itineraries) will be a holiday experience UK students and young travellers will never forget! Plus, with our cheap student flights to Beijing, your trip just got a whole lot easier. Although there are plenty of universities to study in while in ...

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Exploring Beijing on a student budget

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China is a large country, 17 times the size of France, which means you’ll experience a variety of climates. The harsh cold winter contrasts with the smoldering heat of long summer days. In Beijing, you can experience 0 degrees Celsius in the winter and about 25 degrees Celsius in the summer.

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Food prices in Beijing can vary massively, and you can find a huge range of places to eat, from expensive, gourmet restaurants to fast-food chains and humble, locally run eateries. ...

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Beijing has some of the worlds most impressive historical sites. The Forbidden City encompasses the largest collection of ancient wooden buildings on earth. It was the home of the Ming and Qing Royal Families for almost 500 years, and now serves as the Palace Museum. Each year emperors from both dynasties would cross ...

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Accommodation

During our weekend in Beijing we decided to base ourselves in the Old Town area of the city near to Tiananmen Square . This proved to be a great location within walking distance of the Forbidden City, the old town Hutong and very near Qianmen subway station making for easy access to Beijing’s underground transport ...

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. pentahotel Beijing When we travel I usually spend a lot of time finding the perfect hotel for us to stay, whether it be a bed and breakfast, a small boutique hotel like our hotel in Bangkok We arrived in Beijing (Beijing in detail) late at night after flying for over 12 hours, so we were exhausted. While we usually don’t eat lunch or ...

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Figuring out where to stay in Beijing on a budget is a tough job. Not only is the city huge with tons of different areas, but accommodation in Beijing is absurdly expensive. Like blows everywhere else on the Mainland out of the water expensive. I asked the question “why?” so many times when searching for hotels in ...

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The Park Hyatt is most suitable for corporate guests who need easy access to the financial district. For entertainment and relaxing, The St. Regis is in the political and financial district of Chaoyang on 21 Jianguomenwai Dajie. The service is impeccable with a staff that is big on personalisation.

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