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Transportation - Getting Around in Beijing - China

Buses - Beijing


It is not advisable to travel by bus as prices vary depending on how far the passengers destination is, whether the bus is air conditioned or not etc. Moreover, the signs are all in Chinese making it difficult for passengers who don't understand the local language. Read More

Driving Tips - Beijing

Driving Tips

Drivers should carry with them at all times an International Driving License. They should have at least one year driving experience. Drivers must also be able to read Mandarin Traffic signs. Lastly they should have on them documents pertaining to the car at all times.  Read More

From the airport - Beijing

From the airport

From Beijing Capital International Airport:

Visitors can either take a cab or the airport bus to city center.  Taxis should only be taken from the taxi station at the airport; tourists are advised not to take taxis whose...

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Subway - Beijing


The underground rail is the most efficient means of transportation in Beijing. Whilst tubes are not as fast as those found in other parts of the world, it is still preferable over the other modes of travel. This network has extensive coverage. Most of Beijing's attractions are covered by the circle...

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Taxi - Beijing


Beijing's streets are dotted with red Fukangs, green Xiandais and other cabs. Most taxi operators are ventures between Chinese and foreign companies. Taxis are not as efficient a means of transport because of the frequent traffic jams. Make sure you take a metered taxi to avoid later arguments with...

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