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Cordis, Beijing Capital Airport by Langham Hospitality GroupNZ$82
Make 21 million (and counting) new friends when you visit Beijing, the capital city of The People’s Republic of China. Beijing is a massive city with a history that spans thousands of years. Its imperial past is still visible in its many amazing palaces, including the beautiful Forbidden City. You can also get a taste for the city’s more recent history with a stroll through Tiananmen Square and the Chairman Mao Memorial Hall. Bring your trip into the present at the National Stadium—known as the “Bird’s Nest”—which might forever be linked to the 2008 Olympic Games. Of course, no trip to Beijing would be complete without a day spent walking the Great Wall of China, one of the most enduring and impressive constructions of all time.
Because the city is so large, you’ll likely want to pinpoint a district to stay in and then start looking for Beijing accommodation. You’ll come across lodging in Changwen, Fengtai, Haidian, and other regions. Searching for 5-star hotels in Beijing? Check out areas, such as Tiananmen Square and Dongcheng District. Whatever your preferences, you’ll find cheap deals on hotels in Beijing, China, all over town.
The busy Beijing Capital International Airport (PEK) welcomes visitors from all around the world. Once you land, take the Airport Express or an airport shuttle into the different areas of Beijing. When travelling in the city, consider using the highly effective subway system. Before your trip, you can also hire a rental car in Beijing with us.
Don’t worry about spending a fortune on your next holiday to Beijing. When you browse our selection here at Expedia.co.nz, you can score some of the best deals around on travel arrangements. Book your trip today and get ready to take a stroll across the Great Wall of China.