Hongkong Disneyland Travel Tips

On August 29, 2011, in Activities, Hong Kong, Parks & Gardens, Travel Info, by Jack Li

Disneyland is one of the most popular tourist spots in Hongkong. Walking into Hongkong Disneyland, you will see that there is a long cue at almost all the entertainment attractions. For the tourists’ convenience, Hongkong Disneyland has installed Fast Pass Card at many attractions, such as “the Adventures of Winnie the Pooh” “Festival of the […]

Disneyland is one of the most popular tourist spots in Hongkong. Walking into Hongkong Disneyland, you will see that there is a long cue at almost all the entertainment attractions. For the tourists’ convenience, Hongkong Disneyland has installed Fast Pass Card at many attractions, such as “the Adventures of Winnie the Pooh” “Festival of the Lion King” “Space Mountain” and “Buzz Lightyear Astro Blasters”.

If you insert the entrance ticket into the Fast Pass Card Dispenser, you can get the Fast Pass Card of the attractions you choose. Upon the card you can find detailed instructions as to the time of entrance. With the Card you can go to other places first and come to the attractions at the instructed time. It really saves you the trouble of queuing.

On the 1st theme park area of the Hongkong Disneyland, “Main Street USA” there is the largest souvenir shop in the park. Many tourists rush to the souvenir shop first after getting the map of Disneyland. The shopping may take up much of your time and you may miss the opportunity of enjoying the attractions; besides, it is inconvenient to carry the shopping around the park. So we suggest that you go and enjoy yourself at the attractions first and go to the souvenir shop at the end of your trip.

Best season to visit Hongkong Disneyland

any time of the year

Hongkong Disneyland Best Route:

Most of the tourists and tourist groups are accustomed to visiting the park clockwise, which will easily have them caught in huge crowds and lose lots of time queuing up. Actually, you may customize your own visiting routes according to your time schedule and personal preference. For example, you may try the counter-clockwise route so as to avoid the crowd. And if you come to the park on a hot summer day, you can go to “Adventure Land” for a boating tour in the morning, and at 2 or 3 o’clock in the afternoon go to “Tomorrow Land” and enjoy the great fun of a water-fight.

Hongkong Disneyland Ticket:

Opening hours: Entrance into the park at 9:30; entrance into the recreation zone at 10:00. At 13:30 and 15:30 everyday there will be two Disney on Parade, and at 20:00 everyday and 21:00 on Sundays there will be the wonderful “Star Fireworks” display. The park closes at about 22:00.

Adult: HKD 350

Children (aged 3-11): HKD 250

The elderly (aged 65 or above): HKD 170

Notes: Free of charge for children under 3 years of age. Ticket prices are subject to change in times of holidays.

How to get to Hongkong Disneyland:

By subway: transfer at Xin Ao Station for Disneyland Express.

It takes only 23 minutes to get to Xin Ao Station from Hongkong International Airport (from Airport Station to Qingyi Station, then transfer to Line Dongyong to get to Xin Ao Station).

It takes 30 minutes if you set off from Jiulong Station.

It takes 33 minutes if you set off from Hongkong Station. You can also get the ticket at Hongkong Station.

Operation time between Xin Ao Station and Disneyland Station:

From Xin Ao Station: 6:15-00:45

Form Disneyland Station: 6:20-00:40

The train arrives every 4-10 minutes.

By bus: 1. Bus R11, R22, R33, R42 commute between Hongkong Disneyland and the city of Hongkong.

         2. Transfer to bus R8 at Lantao Link Toll Plaza from “A” and “E” bus lines heading for the airport, Dongyong or Asia World Expo.
3. Hongkong Disneyland-Inland China trans-border lines.

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Xishuangbanna Travel Tips

On August 29, 2011, in Activities, Popular Provinces, Travel Info, Yunnan, by Jack Li

 Xishuangbanna is one of the few places in Yunnan that doesn’t snow in winter. In January the coldest month the average temperature is 16oC, while the highest temperature only rises to 28oC. Thus Xishuangbanna bathes all year-round in blissful sunshine with pleasant warmth. There are only two seasons here which are dry season and rainy […]

 Xishuangbanna is one of the few places in Yunnan that doesn’t snow in winter. In January the coldest month the average temperature is 16oC, while the highest temperature only rises to 28oC. Thus Xishuangbanna bathes all year-round in blissful sunshine with pleasant warmth. There are only two seasons here which are dry season and rainy season. So there goes a household saying that “long summer without winter, a downpour makes autumn”.

Best time to visit Xishuangbanna

Although it is an all-year-round tourist destination, the weather is most favorable from November to April.

June to September is the harvest season for all kinds of tropical fruits.

May to October is the rainy season, however, the roads conditions are excellent, Xishuangbanna is also a popular destination.

Xishuangbanna tickets:

Free to enter the Xishuangbangna mountain area

Mengla Botanical Garden: 60 Yuan

Dai Garden: 50 Yuan

Primitive Forest Park: 50 Yuan

Wild Elephant Valley: 50 Yuan

Xishuangbanna Tropical Plants Garden: 60 Yuan

Wangtian Tree in Mengla: 35 Yuan

How to get to Xishuanbanna:

Air: Hongjing (Xishuangbanna) Airport

HOngjing Airport is the second largest in Yunnan province providing flights to major cities like Kunming, Dali, Lijiang, Shanghei, Zhengzhou, Tianjin, Chengdu, Chongqing, etc. International airline was opened in 1996 to Bangkok.

Land:

Bus: Express way from Kunming to Xishuangbanna. Tickets are available at the Kunming Bus Terminal.

Train: More than 20 trains from Kunming to Hongjing. The ride is about 9 hours and the price is 180 to 200 Yuan with a rise of 15-20% during the Spring Festival the peak season of railway transportation in China.

Water:

Langcang River waterway: Hongjing Port is the national first level water port with three docks which are Hongjing, Ganlan and Guanlei Dock. International waterways are also available to Chiengmai, Thailand and Vientiane, Laos.

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Central Business District, Beijing

On August 25, 2011, in Beijing, China Travel Gossip, Cool Places, Nightlife, Shopping, by Jack Li

Beijing’s Central Business District, or more commonly known as CBD is the main area of finance, media and business services in the capital. It covers about 4 kilometers squared of the Chaoyang District, in the eastern part of the city. China has become a global economic giant, and the CBD is at the heart of […]

Beijing’s Central Business District, or more commonly known as CBD is the main area of finance, media and business services in the capital. It covers about 4 kilometers squared of the Chaoyang District, in the eastern part of the city. China has become a global economic giant, and the CBD is at the heart of the nation’s business transactions. The District has attracted 117 Fortune 500 companies in the financial, consulting, IT and media sectors. The CBD is home to many of the world’s most impressive skyscrapers as well as Beijing Hotels. These include: the China World Trade Centre, the CCTV Headquarters, Fortune Plaza, Beijing TV Centre and the Beijing Yintai Centre. You would probably see these skyscrapers from your Air China flight when you are approaching the capital.

On one of my first few days in Beijing, I woke up a bit late so there was no time to go and visit the major sites, so I thought since I’ve only got the afternoon free, I’ll take a walk down the Business District, and I am so pleased that I did. I even came back one evening, because the skyline looks even more stunning at nighttime.

My personal favorite is the China World Trade Centre Tower III (right), not to be confused with the China World Trade Centre. TowerIII has 81 floors and 30 elevators (which travel at 10 meters per second!). Completed in 2009, this architectural giant stands 330 meters tall. It is thus the tallest skyscraper in Beijing. It serves many purposes. Firstly, it houses an exquisite 278 room 5-star hotel. Offices occupy the building up till the 55th floor. The 79th till 81st floor is special. It is home to one of the finest bars and restaurants in Beijing. Imagine sipping on a martini 300 meters high whilst overlooking one of the most spectacular cities in the world. It was a great experience. When I come back to Beijing, my first nightspot visit will be the bar at the top of the China World Trade Centre Tower III.

The China World Trade Centre is a group of buildings of which Tower III belongs to. It has everything from a hotel to an exhibition hall, offices and even a high-end shopping mall called China World Mall. Not only does it have Fendi, Hermes, Tod’s, Christian Dior, Shanghai Tang, Armani stores and boutiques, it also has an ice skating rink. So after you’ve been to the shops, bought a few things the best way to recover from the open-wallet surgery is to cool off and wind-down on the ice.

Another important attraction at the CBD is of course the CCTV Tower (left). As you can see from the picture, it is a very unique piece of architecture. It is 234 meters high (44 stories). It is the headquarters for China Central Television (CCTV), the major state television broadcaster in Mainland China. Due to its unorthodox shape, it is said that a taxi driver once nicknamed it, ‘da kucha’ which roughly translates to ‘big boxer shorts.’

The CBD is one of the most remarkable financial districts in the world, equally as impressive as Canary Wharf in London, or Wall Street. Sure, it may not be tourist attractions per say, however it is still well worth a visit when you Travel to Beijing.

 

Hohai

Evenings may be a time where you get confused about what to do, or how to pass time without seeing the same old traditional sites. If you fancy something different and exciting with an amazing atmosphere Travel to Beijing and take a China Tour to the newly developed Hohai Complex. Hohai is Beijing’s newly developed […]

Evenings may be a time where you get confused about what to do, or how to pass time without seeing the same old traditional sites. If you fancy something different and exciting with an amazing atmosphere Travel to Beijing and take a China Tour to the newly developed Hohai Complex.

Hohai is Beijing’s newly developed old town with a jazzy nightlife. Packed with traditional bars and restaurants along with new and western ones it really does offer a slice of everything for everybody. Situated around a tranquil lake the location is perfect to spend the evening in ultimate relaxation. The dim lighting and vibrant bars make the atmosphere a perfect place to have a meal and spend the night with good company.

 

Surrounding the lake on all four sides there are a vast array of bars, restaurants, pubs, seating areas and shops. All boasting something unique, you are truly spoilt for choice. Taking a stroll alongside the beautiful lake allows you to witness the variety whilst helping to decide where to situate yourself. If there is nowhere that takes your fancy, which is highly doubtful, there is always the option of getting into a small pedal boat and enjoying the ambiance of Hohai whilst floating on the lake. The candle lit aroma really does make you forget your stresses and allows you to take out time for yourself with no worries.

Hohai is not just a place to go and relax, it also offers an amazing opportunity to get in involved with the locals and experience some Chinese culture first hand. At the south entrance there is a busy atmosphere with people playing local games such as kick-ups with a shuttlecock, street classical dancing, badminton and many more. The locals are very friendly and encourage you to get involved within the games. Greeted with smiling faces they make you feel accepted within seconds. However, a small word of warning, some of the locals do take their activities very seriously so maybe look for a more casual game before joining in.

 

More often than not, sales people will try to draw you into their bar or restaurant, with such fierce competition don’t feel pressured and take your time, relax and settle at the place that you find most appropriate. Take advantage of the outdoor seating areas and enjoy your time amongst the sparkles and lights. With live bands playing at numerous bars you can unwind with a light beverage or even experience the great variety of Chines teas.

Hohai is a definite must see attraction, and it will embellish you with a beautiful memory of the city of Beijing. Away from the busy streets and chaotic cars this place offers much more than just an evening out.Book your China Flights and experience real authentic Chinese culture.

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Qinling Zoological Park Travel Tips

On August 24, 2011, in Other Places of Interest, Parks & Gardens, Travel Info, Xi'an, by Jack Li

The park aims to highlight the natural and authentic demonstration of the animals and the surroundings. The animals are presented with or more often without a cage. The Qinling Mountain offers a perfect environment for the animals to live like in the wild. It is the first of its kind established in northwest China housing […]

The park aims to highlight the natural and authentic demonstration of the animals and the surroundings. The animals are presented with or more often without a cage. The Qinling Mountain offers a perfect environment for the animals to live like in the wild. It is the first of its kind established in northwest China housing over 10,000 animals of 300 different species.

Best time to visit Qinling Zoological Park

Avoid winter time for the coldness.

The average year-round temperature is 13oC

Best routes to visit Qinling Zoological Park

Herbivore area on car (gnu, Tibetan yak, zebra)—-Beast of prey area (lions, tigers, leopards, boars, coyotes) —-the performing stage (singing and dancing performance, interaction with the actors)—-Sea lions performance—-Birdsong forest(swan, black swan, peacock)—-circus

Qinling Zoological Park tickets

Opening Hours: 08:00-18:00 (April 1 to October 31);

09:00-17:00 (November 1 to March 31)

Adult tickets: 80 Yuan

Student ticket: 40 Yuan

Children ticket: 1.2-1.4m 40 Yuan, under 1.2m free

How to get to Qinling Zoological Park

Bus:

Take Bus 600, 215, 323, 299 and transfer at Changanweiqu Station to “You 9” (Tourism 9)

Car: (From Chang An District to the Park)

Longqing Gorge Travel Tips

On August 24, 2011, in Beijing, More Places of Interest, Rivers & Gorges, Travel Info, by Jack Li

Even in midsummer, the weather of Longqing Gorge is pleasantly cool, with fresh air. The temperature is about 6 degree’s lower than that in the urban area of Beijing, even 0.8 degree’s lower than Emperor Kangxi’s Summer Mountain Resort in Chengde. However, it is extremely cold in winter with quite a long ice formation period. […]

Even in midsummer, the weather of Longqing Gorge is pleasantly cool, with fresh air. The temperature is about 6 degree’s lower than that in the urban area of Beijing, even 0.8 degree’s lower than Emperor Kangxi’s Summer Mountain Resort in Chengde. However, it is extremely cold in winter with quite a long ice formation period. Thanks to the low temerature, the ice art came into being here, making Longqing Gorge a world full of ice engravings and a paradise of ice and snow.

Best time to visit Longqing Gorge

Longqing Gorge is good to visit all the year round. Of course however, if you want to enjoy the beauty of ice lanterns, you should come in winter, during January 1st to the end of February.

Longqing Gorge Tickets

Winter: 70 yuan/person, the old people: 35 yuan/person (need the older cards)

Summer: 40 yuan/person,

–          For elder people: 20 yuan/person (need the older cards);

–          For students: 20 yuan (need the student’s card).

(Note that: Attractions and entertainments included in the tickets)

Tickets for the Jingang Temple: 10 yuan/person

Boat tickets: 60 yuan/person; 20 yuan/hour

Slideway: 20 yuan/person

Bungee jumping: 150 yuan/person

Immortals’ yard: 30 yuan/person (round-trip, including the ropeway)

Baihua Hole: 10 yuan/person

Summer: 40 yuan/person (20 yuan for the old and students)

How to get to Longqing Gorge

(1)    Take express bus NO 919 at the starting station, which come every five minutes. Then transfer to loop line NO 920 at Yanqing, finally get off at Longqing Gorge Station. The first bus arrives at 6am while the last bus comes at 7pm.

(2)    Take subway line 2 at Beijing North Station to Yanqing, which takes 80 minutes and 19 yuan. Then transfer to bus NO 920 to Longqing Gorge, which takes two yuan. (the first bus comes at 6:40am while the last one comes at 6:40pm.)

IMPORTANT!

  1. When visiting, tourists should follow the arrangements of the tour guide. The water is extremely deep; never lean your body out of the boat in case of accidents.
  2. Tourists requiring accommodation should book rooms in advance during holidays.
  3. Tourists who take part in extreme sports like bungee should have a good health condition; never have diseases like high blood pressure or heart troubles.

The mountain road is so steep that children, old people and tourists who wear high heels should pay more attention to their own safety.

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Travelling around Beijing

On August 24, 2011, in Beijing, China Travel Gossip, Cool Places, Tips & Ideas, Travel Info, by Jack Li

When you arrive in Beijing after a very long Air China Flight, your Beijing Hotels may have organized transport to pick you up from the Airport, however, during your holiday you should experience more forms of transport in Beijing. It truly is a unique experience. Having travelled around Beijing for a month now, I feel […]

When you arrive in Beijing after a very long Air China Flight, your Beijing Hotels may have organized transport to pick you up from the Airport, however, during your holiday you should experience more forms of transport in Beijing. It truly is a unique experience. Having travelled around Beijing for a month now, I feel it is fair to say that I have no doubts that there are 20 million people living in this city. The main modes of transport are: bus, subway or taxi, all very different. Some have found it easy and convenient to commute in a scooter, moped or bicycle. I personally find the roads rather dangerous out here, but if you’re the adventurous type, I’d suggest renting or buying one of these vehicles during your stay in Beijing.

Lets start with the Subway. Getting aboard the subway during rush hour is the most chaotic things you will ever encounter, especially if your commute involves transferring at stations. Never underestimate how hectic it is. There are many positives however. Most of the lines (14 in total), are fully air conditioned and the Beijing subway is one of the few underground travel systems in the world where one can use their mobile phone. Thus, during non-rush hour times, it can be very comfortable.

Never forget how cheap it is to ride the subway. A single journey is 2RMB (20 pence or 30 pence). It is still a very young transport service (opened in 1969) so as it continues to develop, it will get better. The subway is probably the quickest way to get around Beijing, as it is difficult to find taxis, as a tourist. As chaotic and busy as it sounds, it is still a fun and worthwhile experience.

If you are trying to get home past 11:30pm (when the subway closes), a taxi will probably be your best bet. This is also, a very cheap and easy form of transport, maybe not during rush hour. The fare starts at 10RMB for the first 3km and goes up by 2RMB per extra km. After 10:00pm however, the base fare goes up to about 11RMB. A lot of the taxi drivers will not be able to speak English. They are nonetheless, willing to take you despite the language barrier. Thus, I would strongly recommend that you take your hotel’s business card with you at all times. Or, alternatively, kindly ask your hotel’s concierge to write down a few frequent destinations of yours during your time in Beijing, sort of like a ‘Rescue Card’ to show to taxi drivers when you get in a cab.

Lastly, the bus, the only mode of public transport I have yet to come across during my travels. A bus ticket is even cheaper with a flat rate of 1RMB for a journey. It can take you throughout the city centre and the outskirts, so if you feel like riding around all day and witnessing the hustle and bustle this city has to offer, buy a ticket and cruise away.

Beijing is a huge city and sometimes it’s worth trying all forms of transport, even a rickshaw. It adds cultural excitement to your vacation, so when you are on your china travel, I wish you the best of luck!

 

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Longqing Gorge Travel Tips

On August 24, 2011, in Beijing, More Places of Interest, Rivers & Gorges, Travel Info, by Jack Li

Even in midsummer, the weather of Longqing Gorge is pleasantly cool, with fresh air. The temperature is about 6 degree’s lower than that in the urban area of Beijing, even 0.8 degree’s lower than Emperor Kangxi’s Summer Mountain Resort in Chengde. However, it is extremely cold in winter with quite a long ice formation period. […]

Even in midsummer, the weather of Longqing Gorge is pleasantly cool, with fresh air. The temperature is about 6 degree’s lower than that in the urban area of Beijing, even 0.8 degree’s lower than Emperor Kangxi’s Summer Mountain Resort in Chengde. However, it is extremely cold in winter with quite a long ice formation period. Thanks to the low temerature, the ice art came into being here, making Longqing Gorge a world full of ice engravings and a paradise of ice and snow.

Best time to visit Longqing Gorge

Longqing Gorge is good to visit all the year round. Of course however, if you want to enjoy the beauty of ice lanterns, you should come in winter, during January 1st to the end of February.

Longqing Gorge Tickets

Winter: 70 yuan/person, the old people: 35 yuan/person (need the older cards)

Summer: 40 yuan/person,

–          For elder people: 20 yuan/person (need the older cards);

–          For students: 20 yuan (need the student’s card).

(Note that: Attractions and entertainments included in the tickets)

Tickets for the Jingang Temple: 10 yuan/person

Boat tickets: 60 yuan/person; 20 yuan/hour

Slideway: 20 yuan/person

Bungee jumping: 150 yuan/person

Immortals’ yard: 30 yuan/person (round-trip, including the ropeway)

Baihua Hole: 10 yuan/person

Summer: 40 yuan/person (20 yuan for the old and students)

How to get to Longqing Gorge

(1)    Take express bus NO 919 at the starting station, which come every five minutes. Then transfer to loop line NO 920 at Yanqing, finally get off at Longqing Gorge Station. The first bus arrives at 6am while the last bus comes at 7pm.

(2)    Take subway line 2 at Beijing North Station to Yanqing, which takes 80 minutes and 19 yuan. Then transfer to bus NO 920 to Longqing Gorge, which takes two yuan. (the first bus comes at 6:40am while the last one comes at 6:40pm.)

IMPORTANT!

  1. When visiting, tourists should follow the arrangements of the tour guide. The water is extremely deep; never lean your body out of the boat in case of accidents.
  2. Tourists requiring accommodation should book rooms in advance during holidays.
  3. Tourists who take part in extreme sports like bungee should have a good health condition; never have diseases like high blood pressure or heart troubles.

The mountain road is so steep that children, old people and tourists who wear high heels should pay more attention to their own safety.

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Longji Terrace Travel Tips

On August 23, 2011, in Activities, Chinese Towns & Villages, Guilin, Travel Info, by Jack Li

Terraces can be seen here and there, but it is rare to see such large-scale and extensive terraces as Longji Terrace. In Longji Terrace tourist area, hiking is very popular. When go hiking and search for attractions in stockaded villages, many branch roads would appear, so you have to remember to go along flagstone walk. […]

Terraces can be seen here and there, but it is rare to see such large-scale and extensive terraces as Longji Terrace. In Longji Terrace tourist area, hiking is very popular. When go hiking and search for attractions in stockaded villages, many branch roads would appear, so you have to remember to go along flagstone walk. If you still can’t find the right way, you can ask farmers who are working besides the road. They are warm-hearted and will show the way to you with open arms.

Best time to visit Longji Terrace

After the lular April 15th and the half month after Mid-autumn Festival of each year, Longji Terrace begin to drawing off water.

The snowscape of Longji Terrace is amazing. But the time of snowing is quite uncertain; tourists have to depend on luck. The hottest month is July with the average temperature of 28.3℃; the coldest month is January with the average temperature of 7.9℃. Weather in Longji Terrace is constanly changing, so raincoats and winter clothes are always necessary.

Longji Terrace Tickets

50 yuan (include Pingan stockade and Dazhai Jin Keng)

How to get to Longji Terrace

There are three entrances in the terrace district, Pingan Village, Longji Village and Dazhai. Tourists can get to any entrance from the urban area of Guilin.

Pingan Village Extrance

  1. Take express bus from Guilin to Longsheng County(tickets:15 yuan; takes two hours;departure time: 8:00、9:10、11:00、12:00、13:10、14:00、15:10、16:10、l7:10、18:20。)Then transffer to bus from Longsheng to Pianan parking lot (tickets:6.5 yuan; takes one hour;depature time: 7:30、9:00、11:00、13:00、15:00、17:00。)Finally walk 20 minutes to Pingan stockaged village.
  2. The returning route is the same, but be careful with different depature time. Depature time of the bus: 7:20、8:50、13:00、15:00、16:30。

Dazhai Entrance

Take express bus from Guilin to Longsheng County (the same as the Pingan Village Entrance), then transfer bus (Longsheng—Dahu Hill) at Longsheng Bus Station (tickets:6.5yuan-8 yuan; takes one hour;departure time:7:00—17:00, there is a bus every 20 minutes).Finally, take a minibus or motorcycle at Dahu Hill, which is directly to Dazhai;tickets: 3 yuan).

Longji Village Entrance:

  1. If don’t go to Dazhai, tourists can walk from Seven Beauties in Pingan Village, taking 40 minutes. Terraces here are spectacular.
  2. Climb terraces from highway, or walk a few minutes to a footpath under constrction at Longji intersection. It takes 3 hours to go along the footpath to Longji Village, which help you to save the ticket fee.
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Ling Mountain Scenic Spot Travel Tips

On August 23, 2011, in Beijing, More Places of Interest, Mountain Areas, Travel Info, by Jack Li

Ling Mountain is the highest mountain in Beijing. It has very beautiful scenery. In summer, the weather is cool. It is your best choice to spend holiday there. Besides, the Ling Mountain has many special local products, you should not miss them. Best Time to Ling Mountain Scenic Spot The tourist season of Ling Mountain […]

Ling Mountain is the highest mountain in Beijing. It has very beautiful scenery. In summer, the weather is cool. It is your best choice to spend holiday there. Besides, the Ling Mountain has many special local products, you should not miss them.

Best Time to Ling Mountain Scenic Spot

The tourist season of Ling Mountain is from June to September. And from October to April the mountain is closed. Since Ling Mountain is full of tourists at the weekends of July and August, you have to make a room reservation in advance. Due to the sudden decline of the number of tourists in winter and spring, hotels in Ling Mountain will be closed at that time. You could only live in residents’ house. During the tourist season, the price of house is much higher than usual.

Ling Mountain Scenic Spot Best Routes (no)

Ling Mountain Scenic Spot Tickets

Price: 35 Yuan, with a valid student ID, you can only pay half of the price. The round-trip cableway costs 80 Yuan; a single ticket for upward costs 50 Yuan; a single ticket for downward costs 40 Yuan. The opening time of cableway is from 7:30 to 18:30. But it only opens in the tourist season. The park fee for small cars is 5 Yuan/car; for big cars is 10 Yuan/car.

How to get to Ling Mountain Scenic Spot

1. Take subway line 1 and take off at the Pingguoyuan Station. 2. About 100 meters far from the west entrance of the Pingguoyuan Station, you can take N0.929 bus to Shuangtangjian. It takes about 3 hours. 3. Then take taxi to the destination. It takes about half an hour. The taxi will cost about 40 Yuan. If you’re go Dutch with others, it only costs 10 Yuan.

The second way to get there is to take special travel bus. You could wait for the bus at Qianmen: 010-63035066(the phone number); or you can wait at Xuanwumen: 010-66018285/65258358.

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