Native Land of Chinese Civilization- Beijing

Published on : Tuesday, May 22, 2012

The birthplace of the Chinese Civilization, Beijing also known as Peking, is the political, educational and cultural nucleus of People’s Republic of China. The second largest city of the most populous country in the world, Beijing for nearly 800 years, was the capital of Jin, Yuan, Ming and Qing Dynasties. The city is the heart for China’s transportation, scientific and technological development, education and communication. Beijing is reckoned as the modern international conurbation of China with immense vigour and vivacity.
Reputed for being flat as a pancake, with the great historical and time-honoured legacy, Beijing is truly the antediluvian citadel of China. In short, a metropolis fused with tradition and contemporary life.

Souvenirs from Beijing:

The birthplace of the Chinese Civilization, Beijing also known as Peking, is the political, educational and cultural nucleus of People’s Republic of China. The second largest city of the most populous country in the world, Beijing for nearly 800 years, was the capital of Jin, Yuan, Ming and Qing Dynasties. The city is the heart for China’s transportation, scientific and technological development, education and communication. Beijing is reckoned as the modern international conurbation of China with immense vigour and vivacity.
Reputed for being flat as a pancake, with the great historical and time-honoured legacy, Beijing is truly the antediluvian citadel of China. In short, a metropolis fused with tradition and contemporary life.

Grub Scrumptious Food At:

Hongbin Lou Restaurant

It is an old and famous Muslim restaurant in Beijing. Average price per person is about 89 yuan (14 USD).

Baihe Vegetarian Restaurant

The dishes in this restaurant are divided into two categories: purely vegetarian dishes and vegetarian dishes with meat flavour. Average price per person is about 70 yuan (11 USD).

Ganges Indian Restaurant

It is a pure Indian restaurant with delicious Indian dishes. Average price per person is about 89 yuan (14 USD).

Sightsee in Beijing:

By Subway-
Beijing subways are best ways to swiftly travel around the city. The networks have expanded rapidly in recent years especially since Beijing Olympics. During rush hour trains can be extremely crowded and this subway network shuts down too early.

By Bus-
Bus system is economic, convenient and takes you all around the city. If you have no knowledge of Chinese or Mandarin, then this system is a bit inconvenient for you as the bus staffs only speaks these two languages properly and very little English. Bus stop signs are also completely in Chinese.

By Bicycle-

China earlier was known as the nation of bicycles. Beijing is flat land and all major streets have great bike lanes. Bicycling if often faster than travelling in cars or buses because, of the traffic congestion in the streets.

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