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There are 0 direct flights from Brisbane to Beijing.
provides of the non-stop flights between Brisbane and Beijing.
|Airlines flying this route:||Air New Zealand Air China|
|Airports in Brisbane:||Brisbane Airport|
|Airports in Beijing:||Nanyuan Airport Capital International Airport Daxing Airport|
|Average duration of direct flights:||11h15m|
Beijing, the capital of the People’s Republic of China, lies in the northern part of the enormous country. It has also been touted as the third most populous city in the world. Being the national capital as well as the second largest city in the Chinese Republic, the city is an amalgamation of politics, finest educational institutions, finance and business centres, cultural organisations, innovation and technology parks and everything that a global power ought to have!
Along with the urbanisation, Beijing also has the old-world charm with its traditional monuments and architecture. The city has a rich history which dates back to three thousand years! Being surrounded by mountains on three sides, it was the king’s capital. Therefore, it isn’t surprising to find seven UNESCO World Heritage Sites namely the Forbidden City, Temple of Heaven, Summer Palace, Ming’s Tomb, Zhoukodian and some part of the Great Wall of China and Grand Canal.
Tip: Autumn (September to October) is said to be the best time to visit Beijing owing to the pleasant weather. It is also only during September that the rich and ancient works of art are on display at the Beijing Palace Museum.
Beijing has two airports with the Beijing Capital International Airport being the one where the international flights come in and take off from. There are three terminals with T1 only meant for domestic flights and the other two – T2 and T3 for domestic and international flights as well. The Airport is about 25 kilometres (15.5 miles) away from the city centre and is easily accessible from Downtown Beijing in Airport Shuttle Buses, Airport Express Trains and subways and Taxis.
Air China is the only carrier to have direct flights to Beijing (BJS) from Brisbane, and they have flights on all seven days of the week. Qantas Airways, China Eastern Airlines offer numerous cheap flights from Brisbane to Beijing.
Tip: Overstaying in China (more than your visa permit) could cost you 500 Yuan per day!
You will find everything in Beijing. Right from historical and architectural splendour, beautiful cultural Chinese art forms, tall skyscrapers to authentic and tasty Chinese food.
However, the two most important places of tourist interests are the Forbidden City and the Great Wall of China. The well-preserved remnants of imperialism – The Forbidden City which had been home to two dynasties have been listed as one of the heritage sites by UNESCO. The Great Wall of China also one of the many UNESCO sites in Beijing. It tells the sheer brilliance of engineering even during ancient times.
Beijing is a shopper’s delight! Silks, pearls, Curios are a few things that are a must buy for every tourist. Walking down some of the shopping areas, you will come across traditional handicrafts like Jade, Lacquer, Ivory carving and Cloisonné made by the local artisans.
Tip: Try out the “tax-free stores” while shopping in Beijing. Overseas tourists get back 9% of what they spent while buying from these stores if the shop for over CNY 500.
Like all big cities, Beijing has many good places of accommodation right from Star category hotels to hostels and guesthouses for the budget category travellers. However, some of the best areas for visitors are the Wangfujing area which is centrally located and at a walkable distance to some of the main tourist interests, the Houhai area for its accessibility and many budget accommodation and Qianmen area and the Chaoyang area for the business travellers.
Tip: Most hotels accept only Chinese versions of international credit cards, so ask the hotel reception before checking-in if they will accept the credit card that you have with you.
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