It’s come to our attention that there’s an error in the Beijing city guide. (We printed the map from page 291 on page 293.)
We’ve fixed the ebook and the digital chapters, but if you’ve bought a copy of the book already you can get a corrected copy of pages 292 and 293 here.
Until recently, it was relatively easy to get a Chinese visa. The situation has changed beginning about mid March and it is expected to remain unstable until well after the Olympics.
It is now impossible to get a 6 or 12 month multiple entry business visa.
It is now impossible to get entries longer than 30 days.
In many embassies and consulates it would appear impossible to get a double entry tourist visa.
It has been reported that beginning July, it may be difficult to impossible to get…
In process of booking hotel and the one that appeals is on corner of Lishi St. and
Dongi S St.
Map shows Dongi N and Dongi W which i take as North and West so figure i,m
off Dongi South
See Peking University and National Art Museum very close so my question
From airport would metro drop me within walking distanance of Lishi and
Thanks any help on this
I am planning a trip to Xinjiang in a few days, and was wondering if it is worth it in this time of year.
After reading quite a lot about the region and it's climate, I still couldn't understand if tourist attractions are available and if it is reasonable to travel. Also, I would very much appreciate tips for certain cities/places to visit at this specific time of year (as I understand the weather varies throughout the Xinjiang region).
Thanks in advance.
We are looking for the cheapest flight departing from China to India. We can take our flight from any airport in China (including Hong Kong) to any airport in India. The problem is that there so many combinations that it would take very long to test them all. Are there some flights known to be cheaper than others?
For info, we would rather leave from Chengdu, Chongqin, Kunming, Guangzhou, Shengzhen or HK in China but don't care about the landing in India.
Also, do you know how much…
So following on from your excellent advice last week:
I will be in Beijing due to a business trip, and I’ll tag as much time onto the end of the trip as I can get away with from a work point of view. It will be limited by how long the business end of things over-runs, and where the weekend falls in that. It could end up being as little as 2 days, the absolute max is 5, and the most likely is 3 days.
I’m a slow moving traveller mostly, happy to spend days in wandering and…