Everything You Need to Know for Visiting Beijing, China

Everything You Need to Know for Visiting Beijing, China, Beijing, China (B)

For my Tourism Management study, I spent 7 months in Beijing, the capital of China. I have always felt attracted to Asia and to China in particular, because of its interesting and, quite frankly, strange culture. Think about the overwhelming crowds, pollution, lack of hygiene, (strange) manners, but also the kind people and the immense variety which you can see on the streets everyday. Everywhere you go, you will see the mixing of old and new, traditional and modern. Dob’t be surprised if you see someone walking outside in his pyjama’s, a little child wearing split-pants pooping in a public bin or people singing karaoke in the park. I have compiled all my knowledge in this travel guide to Beijing, China. I hope the guide will help you prepare your trip to Beijing. Enjoy!

Traveling to Beijing can be an exciting experience and the method of travel would depend on your location and personal preferences. One thing that applies to everyone is that you will probably need to arrange a visa and vaccinations before traveling to china, keep this in mind. Most visitors, including Dutch citizens, require a visa. Below you can find the most common ways to travel to Beijing: ...... (follow the instructions below for accessing the rest of this article).
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Guide Name: Everything You Need to Know for Visiting Beijing, China
Guide Location: China » Beijing
Guide Type: Self-guided Walking Tour (Article (B))
Author: Daphne Van Der Pol
Read it on Author's Website: https://girlswanderlust.com/travel-guide-beijing-china/
Sight(s) Featured in This Guide:
  • Beijing Capital International Airport
  • Nanluoguxiang
  • The Forbidden City
  • 798 Art District
  • The Lama Temple
  • Beijing National stadium
  • The Temple of Heaven
  • Tiananmen Square
  • Wangfujing
  • Qianmen Street
  • The pearl market
  • Silk Market
  • Snack Street
  • Lao She Teahouse
  • Sanlitun Bar Street
  • Chocolate
  • Mix Club
  • Vic’s
  • Hou Hai
  • P.Loft Youth Hostel
  • Beijing Double Happiness Courtyard Hotel
  • Peninsula Beijing
  • Orchid Hotel – Old Town & Drum Tower

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