Beijing—the Lowest Crime Rate and the Best Security

On November 23, 2010, in Featured China Stories, Must-sees, Tips & Ideas, Travel Info, by Jack Li

In October, a survey showed that Beijing is China’s safest city to visit because of its good public security. Tourists are keen to go on Beijing Tours and to stay in Beijing for a holiday if they know that it is a safe city. As we all know, apart from Beijing Hotels and flights, security […]

Cow Street Mosque

On November 19, 2010, in Beijing, Cultural Experience, Featured China Stories, by Jack Li

Cow street mosque is Beijing’s oldest and largest mosques dating all the way back to the 10th century. It is located just outside of central Beijing in the Hui distrct the nearest subway stop is Niu Jie which is situated only 5 minuets from the mosque. If you would like to take an organised tour […]

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Supermarket shopping in China

On November 18, 2010, in Beijing, Featured China Stories, Shopping, by Jack Li

When you’re on your China Tours don’t forget to pick up some fresh fruit from the local supermarket and store them in your fridge or take them with you. This is always a good nutritional and healthy snack for when you get hungry.    Buy bottled water for your China Hotels.  It is known that water […]

Nails and much more

On November 15, 2010, in Featured China Stories, Tips & Ideas, Travel Info, by Jack Li

Depending on how much you want to spend there are a variety of places in Beijing to go and have a spa day, or just nip in for a quick polish.  If you want a cheap and quick job you can go to the experts in any of the markets, this will cost around 20RMB […]

Xinjiang Red Rose

Xinjiang Red Rose is a lively restaurant, opposite the workers stadium in Chaoyang stadium near Sanlitun; you can visit this restaurant for an evening away from your China Hotels or Travel to Beijing and add this to your list of places to visit. The Xinjiang Red Rose is free entrance and is open from 11 am to […]

Know More about Roast Duck— the Most Famous Chinese food

On November 10, 2010, in Beijing, Featured China Stories, Restaurants, Restaurants & Food, by Jack Li

Everybody knows Beijing Roast Duck. People who Travel to Beijing could never miss this delicious Chinese food. Now, before you go on Beijing Tours, I’d like to tell some information about how to roast and how to eat this dish. Different ways to roast a duck Hanging furnace and stewed furnace are two main ways […]

Yuan Hou Silk

On November 8, 2010, in Beijing, Cool Places, Featured China Stories, Shopping, Tips & Ideas, by Jack Li

China Tours offer you the opportunity to visit Yuan Hou Silk market as part of a  tour arrangement and you can be picked up from your Beijing Hotels.  Yuan Hou Silk is located in the West of Liangguang Road in Chongwen district, Beijing. Yuan Hou Silk is a well known royale garden with the Temple of Heaven Opposite, and is […]

Chinese History

On November 5, 2010, in Cool Places, Featured China Stories, by Jack Li

In the early period of China’s known existence, civilization was scarce due to the vast deserts, mountains, and seas.  For century’s China was isolated from other parts of the world which gives an insight to the origins of Chinese culture and evidently is still seen today. If this is for you then a China Tour or […]

How to find a low fare airline

On November 4, 2010, in Beijing, Featured China Stories, Must-sees, Tips & Ideas, by Jack Li

This Year I decided that I wanted to travel China but didn’t want it to cost the earth, so I trawled the internet looking for the cheapest flights. This took a lot of time and effort until I found this incredible website, which makes traveling around China so easy! Whether yo are traveling alone or […]

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The Depths of the Great Wall of China

The Depths of The Great Wall of China The Great Wall of China is roughly an hour journey away from Beijing. In a group of five, we set off to the Bus Station by taxi from our China Hotels using China Travel. From there we boarded the bus to ‘Mutianyu’ which is a small village […]

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