Beijing Travel Tips

  • Beijing Travel Tips

Beijing Travel Tips

Beijing Climate & Best Time to Visit

Beijing experiences four distinct seasons, featuring a long, hot summer, a chilly winter, and shorter spring and autumn. Autumn is considered the best time to visit, with mild temperatures and clear, crisp days. It's typically comfortable enough to wear jeans and a sweater. Spring is also a good season, but it tends to be dry, with occasional sandstorms.
Summers in Beijing are characterized by scorching heat, humidity, and rain, while winters are freezing cold with a bitter wind, accompanied by bright, sunny skies and minimal rain or snow.


Most establishments accept payment via Credit Card, Union Pay, WeChat, Paypal, and cash in RMB.

Foreign Exchange

For currency exchange, airports, hotel front desks, and branches of major banks like Bank of China, CITIC, or HSBC are reliable options. Remember to present your passport when exchanging money.


Chinese cities, including Beijing, are generally safe. However, travelers are advised to take care of their belongings and be cautious of illegal tour agencies and taxis.


Free WIFI is available in most malls, supermarkets, hotels, restaurants, and airports.

What to Pack for Your Beijing Tour?

  • Passport & Visa.
  • Air tickets to China.
  • Emergency Contact Card.
  • Ensure your phone is compatible for use in China.
  • If using phone data, ensure you've activated international service with your provider.
  • A guidebook with Chinese translations (Beijing map included).
  • Money: Traveler's cheques, credit card, or cash in RMB.
  • Water bottle.
  • First-aid kit, especially protection against leech bites in summer.
  • Travel adapter.

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