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Frommer's Beijing by Jen Lin-Liu
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*Frommer's Beijing features gorgeous color photos of the sights and experiences that await you, plus invaluable Chinese translations for every hotel, restaurant, attraction, and shopping listing.* All maps in Frommer's Beijing include Chinese translations, to make navigating the city easier.* Our authors, longtime residents of Beijing, take you to the major highlights, from the Forbidden City to the Summer Palace, and show you to the city's hidden gems only the locals know about.* Each hotel and restaurant is given a candid review from a local's perspective, so you can plan your budget and choose with confidence.* You'll also get up-to-the-minute coverage of shopping and nightlife; detailed walking tours; and side trips to the Great Wall.

Table of Contents

LIST OF MAPS. 1 THE BEST OF BEIJIN. 2 BEIJING IN DEPTH. 3 PLANNING YOUR TRIP TO BEIJING. 4 SUGGESTED ITINERARIES. 5 WHERE TO STAY. 6 WHERE TO DINE. 7 EXPLORING BEIJING. 8 BEIJING STROLLS. 9 SHOPPING. 10 BEIJING AFTER DARK. 11 THE GREAT WALL & OTHER SIDE TRIPS. 12 FAST FACTS. 13 THE CHINESE LANGUAGE. 14 THE BEIJING MENU. INDEX.

Author Biography

Jen Lin-Liu is a food and travel writer based in Beijing and Cambridge, MA. She is the author of Serve the People: A Stir-Fried Journey Through China and the founder of the cooking school Black Sesame Kitchen in Beijing. Sherisse Pham was a Beijing-based freelance journalist for over four years, but recently relocated to New York to study journalism at Columbia University. She has contributed to several Frommer's guides and has written for WWD, The South China Morning Post, People Magazine, CNN.com, and Zagat Survey among others. She hopes to return to Asia to continue reporting upon graduation.
Release date Australia
March 5th, 2010
Country of Publication
United Kingdom
Edition
6th Revised edition
Illustrations
Illustrations, maps
Imprint
John Wiley & Sons Ltd
Pages
256
Dimensions
134x202x15
ISBN-13
9780470525661
Product ID
3875497

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