Beijing Travel Tips

  • Beijing Travel Tips

Beijing Travel Tips

Beijing Climate & Best Time to Visit

Beijing enjoys the four distinct seasons, characterized by a long hot summer, long chilly winter, and shorter spring and autumn. Autumn is the best time to be in Beijing, with the mild temperature and clear and crisp days. It is usually enough to wear jeans and a sweater. Spring is also a good season, but it is very dry and the sand storms always sweep into the city.
Summers are blazing hot, humid and rainy, while the winters are freezing cold with bitter wind, but bright, sunny skies and little rain or snow.


Most of the consumptions are available to pay by Credit Card, Union Pay, WeChat, Paypal and cash in RMB.

Foreign Exchange

The airports, the front desk of your hotel and a branch of a major bank, such as Bank of China, CITIC, or HSBC are all good choices to make the exchange. Please show your passport to the bank staff when exchanging money.


Most of the Chinese cities are secure, let alone Beijing. But we still suggest travelers to take good care of your belongings and mind the illegal tour agencies and taxi.


Most of the malls, supermarkets, hotels, restaurants, and airports provide free WIFI.

What to Pack for Your Beijing Tour?

Passport & Visa;
Air tickets to China;
Emergency Contact Card;
Make sure that your phone can be used in China;
If you’d like to use your data of your phone, please make sure you’ve apply this service from your service provider.
A guided book with Chinese translation (Beijing Map attached);
Money: Traveler's cheques, credit card or cash in RMB;
A water bottle;
First-aid, especially protection against leech-bite in summer;
Travel Adapter.

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