Published July 1, 2008
by Explorer Publishing .
Written in English
Explorer Complete Residents" Guides
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||430|
Here’s what you get with Lonely Planet Beijing: Detailed Pages: The guide is filled with maps, color photos, and more.; 3D Illustrations: Illustrations to help you better visualize the places you’ll visit.; City Walks: Curated walks to give you the best experience in Beijing (such as the Hutong Walk!); Hidden Travel Gems: A look at those things you won’t see in other guide books. Beijing Encounter. by Eilis Quinn. Lonely Planet. ISBN: pp. Lonely Planet's Beijing Encounter is the travel publishing giant's recent foray in to the pocket travel guide market and a very impressive effort it is too. The book is aimed at the short-stay visitor looking for sure-fire recommendations from a clued-up local expert. Beijing travel guide book free download for travelers, plan Beijing trip with free Beijing tourist guide: Beijing overview, attractions in Beijing, things to do, eating, nightlife, shopping in Beijing. Beijing Opera Singer. Beijing Visitor provides travel information for China visitors and residents. Beijing Visitor also has details for Beijing tours around the Chinese capital and its many delights. Visit our in-depth guides to Beijing's major attractions and places of interest, find Beijing hotels and guest houses, essential transport information for Beijing flights, trains, buses, visas.
A sk your guide to deposit you at hard-to-find Great Leap Brewing (6 Doujiao Hutong; 00 86 10 ), Beijing’s original craft beer bar with a lovely hutong yard that was once the library. Click here to read our guide on the cost of living in China.. Transportation System in Beijing Airports in Beijing. Before anything else, don’t forget that Beijing is one of the cities where it is possible to apply for an extension to a 72 hour visa.. In addition, here, you will find our guide on the best way to book international flights to China (as well as domestic flights in China). This book is set at the time of Mao Zedong’s death and follows the country as it comes to terms with his demise. A champion of the Chinese social experiment, Baldursson was there to watch events unfold. Living at the Peking University dorms and riding his bike all around Beijing, he tells the story of what is was like to be a foreigner in the Chinese capital – and what was behind the wall. Entrust your creative project to Explorer’s experts in publishing, design, content, mapping, wayfinding and photography. Explorer is publisher of His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum’s latest works, as well as the Middle East's best-selling Off-Road Guides and Residents' Guides, wall maps, children’s books and a prestigious portfolio of corporate assignments.
BEIJINGGUIDE 2 Money 4 Communication 5 Holidays 6 Transportation 7 Food 11 EventsDuringTheYear 12 Thingstodo 13 DOsandDONOTs 14 Activities 17 EmergencyContacts Medicalemergencies Our guide to living in Beijing contains everything you need to know to overcome cultural hurdles and settle into a fulfilling life in the city. To the well-informed expatriate, Beijing is a city that is full of opportunity and enlightenment, the Expat Info guide to Beijing is just what you need to ensure that your relocation is a success. Beijing - Beijing - People: During the period when Beijing was the dynastic capital (midth to the early 20th century), the city’s population slowly fluctuated between , and 1,, However, from the fall of the Qing in to the establishment of the People’s Republic in , the population rose sharply, from about , to more than 2,, residents in Beijing. • Tiananmen square • Tiananmen square is the heart of china. One can feel both ancient and modern china there. According to the Guiness Book of Records, Tiananmen square covering an area of 40 hectares and with a capacity for half a million, .