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Haidian (海淀 Hǎidiàn) is a large district in the north-west of Beijing.

Get in[edit]

Lines 10 runs east-west and north-south thru the district. Line 13 runs along the eastern border, Line 4 thru the center, and Lines 9 and 6 operate in the southern portion. Taxis from central Beijing districts may take 30-45 minutes depending on time of day; buses even longer.

See[edit][add listing]

  • Summer Palace (颐和园 Yíhéyuán). 06:30-18:00(1 Apr-31 Oct). Extensive gardens and the ruins of palaces constructed by the Qing emperors. In 1860, foreign soldiers damaged much of what was then known as the "Garden of Clear Ripples", but the area would be rebuilt and renamed by the Empress Dowager Cixi, using funds intended for modernizing the Qing navy. Most visitors stay in the front hill area, but if you prefer quiet places, the west bank and back hill areas are good choices. There are some quiet and secret ruins, caves, and other fun stuff in the back hill area. You could easily take bus No. 690 or 808 from Tian'anmen Sq to the terminal station, the Summer Palace. The Bus 826 would bring you from Temple of Heaven to Summer Palace. Also, you can take the subway line 4 to Xiyuan Stn, from there it's a 10-min walk. ¥30/¥15, ¥10 one-way on boat.  edit
  • Old Summer Palace (圆明园 Yuánmíngyuán), 28 Qinghua W Rd 清华西路28号, +86 10 6254-3673. Built in the 18th and early 19th centuries, these gardens were home to the emperors and Qing court. After their 1860 destruction by British and French troops the gardens was not restored, and the ruins that can be seen today still serve as a reminder of the costs of imperialism. Bus 690 from Tian'anmen will also get you here. ¥10.  edit
Beijing Botanical Gardens
  • Fragrant Hills (香山 Xiāng Shān). A good place for weekend outings and picnics. Formerly a Qing imperial garden, today Fragrant Hills makes an easy short climb in the suburbs of Beijing, and, air quality permitting, an excellent view of the metropolis. It's also home to the Fragrant Hills Hotel, designed by noted architect I.M. Pei. Take buses 331, 360 or 634 to the last stop. ¥10, students ¥5.  edit
  • Beijing Botanical Gardens (北京植物园 Běijīng Zhíwù Yuán), (Buses 331, 726). Steps away from the east gate of Fragrant Hill. Acres of greenery and flowers for those tired of urban smog and traffic noise. Sir Johnston, teacher of the last emperor Puyi, had a villa in Cherry Glen, a silent and beautiful retreat in the Gardens. In the spring, the gardens hosts special exhibits of tulips, peach and plum blossoms, peonies, and the like. ¥10, students ¥5.  edit
  • Tsinghua University (清华大学). Tsinghua University is essentially a tiny city. Walls separate the university from the city outside, and most of the students, staffs and faculties live in the campus. The campus was part of the Old Summer Palace and there are lots of greens and a lake. In addition to the facilities of most other universities, there are grocery markets, banks, two post offices, one hospital, and a full affiliated hierarchy of kindergarten, elementary and middle school. All within a single campus. There's even a couple of coal power plants, which provide heat during the winter. Restaurant and dining halls provide food service range from less than 10 to hundreds yuan every meal. Most students speak English passably well, and there is a university history museum. It is an interesting place where you will see the future of China mixed with traces of history with a little soviet taste.  edit
  • Five Pagoda Temple (五塔寺 Wǔtǎ Sì), 24 Waitaisi Cun, Baishiqiao 白石桥五塔寺村24号. The "Five Pagoda Temple" is the popular name of the Diamond-Throne Tower that is at the heart of the Temple of the Great Righteous Awakening (大真觉寺 Dàzhēnjiào Sì). Most of the wooden temple was burnt down in 1860 and 1900, but the beautiful brick and marble Diamond-Throne Tower, which dates back to the late fifteenth century, survived. The temple area is now used to house the Beijing Art Museum of Stone Carvings. Right on the southern border of Haidian, northwest of the Zoo across the Changhe River. Take the subway to Xizhimen, and then take Bus 106 to Beijing Library and walk 500 m east.  edit
Exercising in Purple Bamboo Park
  • Purple Bamboo Park (紫竹院公园; Zǐzhúyuàn Gōngyuán), 45 Baishiqiao Rd (白石桥路45号; Báishíqiáolù) (National Library Stn (Line 4) (国家图书馆; Guojia Tushuguan) passes close by, alternatively, take buses 114, 334, 347, 360, 482, 534, 601, 714 to Zizhuyuan South Gate Stn (紫竹院南门)), +86 10 68425851. Summer 06:00-21:00, winter 06:00-20:00. One of the larger parks in Beijing, this is centered around three lakes. As the name indicates, there is an outstanding variety of bamboo groves here. ¥5.  edit


  • Wanshou Temple (万寿寺 Wànshòu Sì), Xihuan Huanbeilu 西环环北路, +86 10 6841-3380. Built in 1577, this Ming-era temple now houses the Beijing Art Museum (北京艺术博物馆 Běijīng Yìshù Bówùguǎn), which has a sizable collection of ancient artwork. Just north-west of Purple Bamboo Park; from Xizhimen take Bus 362 to Purple Bamboo Bridge North (紫竹桥北 Zǐzhú Qiáo Běi).  edit
  • Great Bell Temple & Museum (大钟寺古钟博物馆 Dàzhōng Sì Gǔzhōng Bówùguǎn). Also known as the Temple of Awakening Life (觉生寺 Juéshēng Sì). Home to the fifteenth-century Yongle Great Bell which, at 6.94 m-tall 46.5 tons, is the largest bell in China. The 227,000 Chinese characters inscribed on it spell out Buddhist sutras. Subway Line 13 to Dazhongsi, and then walk 400 m west.  edit
  • Military Museum of the Chinese People's Revolution (中国人民革命军事博物馆 Zhōngguó Rénmín Gémìng Jūnshì Bówùguǎn), +86 10 6852-9647. A great place to read the official Chinese version of what happened in Chinese military history, from ancient times up to 1949. There are also airplanes, boats, guns, missiles, rockets and vehicles on display (including U.S. military hardware evidently seized during the Korean conflict). You can pay an extra ¥5 to take a picture in a 1980's era Chinese tank. Free with passport.  edit
  • Yuyuantan Park (玉渊潭公园; Yùyuāntán Gōngyuán; also known as Jade Lake Park), Sanlihe Rd, W Third Ring Rd (西三环路三里河路; Xīsānhuánlù Sānlǐhélù) (Across from the CCVT Tower, NE of Gongzhufen Stn (Line 1)), +86 10 8865-3806 (), [1]. 06:00-22:30. Huge park with cherry blossoms, tulips, lake with boats for rent, water park and playgrounds. Popular for picnic or kite flying. ¥2.  edit
  • World Art Museum & Millenium Monument, (1 km N of Beijing W Railway Stn). Art museum with calligraphy and other paintings. Huge sundial on top with great views. Free.  edit

Do[edit][add listing]

  • Tour the University District. Peking and Tsinghua universities are the two most prestigious in China, and have attractive campuses next to one another at the center of Beijing's university district. Not many tourists visit, and so during the summer vacation months they can be relatively tranquil spots amidst Beijing busyness. Walk west from Wudaokou (五道口 Wǔdàokǒu) on Line 13.  edit
  • Read about China at the National Library (国家图书馆 Guójiā Túshūguǎn), 33 Zhongguancun Nadajie 海淀区中关村南大街33号, +86 10 8854-4114 (), [2]. The National Library has a large collection of books in English about China. Day-passes can obtained for a small fee.  edit
  • Haidian Theater (海淀剧院 Hǎidiàn Jùyuàn), 28 Zhongguancun Dajie, 中关村大街28号 (Get off at Haidian Huangzhuang stop, Lines 4 and 10, Exit B). 13:30-20:50. Modern theater with quality equipment, holding a large 1000-seat hall as well as two smaller halls. Foreign movies are usually screened in the respective language with Chinese subtitles. Besides movies there are various other performances, including concerts, opera, ballet, dance, plays and more.  edit


Buy[edit][add listing]

Clothing[edit]

  • Golden Resources Shopping Mall (金源时代购物中心 Jīnyuán Shídài Gòuwù Zhōngxīn), near Yuanda Bridge / Yuanda Road off the W Fourth Ring Rd in Haidian District. The mall covers 680,000 m², and is the second largest in Asia. Multiple stories, snaking alleys, infinite shopping opportunities... you get the gist.  edit
  • New Wudaokou Clothing Market, 2 Qinghua Donglu, Golden Tower 清华东路2号 金码大厦. 09:00-19:00. 4-storey market packet with clothing, footwear and accessorizes, especially popular with students from nearby universities. A lot of Korean and Japanese style fashion. Staff is not pushing, drinks/snacks are available on the top floor.  edit
  • Wudaokou Clothing Market, 261 Beisihuan Zhonglu, 北四环中路261号 (Xueyuan Bridge, in the NW corner of the crossing). 09:00-19:00.  edit

Electronics[edit]

  • Zhongguancun (中关村 Zhōngguāncūn). For the more technologically-oriented tourist, is a must. Located directly south from Peking University and Tsinghua University (and accessible from Line 4), this area is dubbed the "Silicon Valley of China." There are a number of large electronics malls that sell everything from phones to computer parts. When entering any of the large malls in Zhonguancun, you are likely to encounter aggressive salesmen who will follow you shouting the names of the brands they sell, and they may follow you across the floor, or even up several floors. Avoiding eye contact and wearing headphones usually sends a strong enough signal that you don't want to be bothered. Also, most of these characters hang out on the ground floors of their malls; if you enter a building from underground, you will generally avoid them. The best deals are almost never on the ground floor anyway. Pirated software and DVDs are also not hard to find here. Many of the shady characters outside the malls shouting 'DVD!' also sell pornography (illegal in China).The largest and most well-known malls include:  edit
  • Hailong (海龙大厦 Hǎilóng Dàshà), 1 Zhongguancun Dajie, 中关村大街1号. 09:00-18:00.  edit
  • Dinghao (鼎好大厦 Dìnghǎo Dàshà), 3 Haidian Dajie, 海淀大街3号. 09:00-21:00.  edit

Books[edit]

Haidian District is home to some of Beijing's largest bookstores that offer a wide selection of Chinese and foreign language books:

  • Haidian Book City (海淀图书城 Hǎidiànshūchéng), 36 Haidian Xidajie, 海淀西大街36号. 9am- 6pm.  edit
  • Zhongguancun Book Building (中关村图书大厦 Zhōngguāncūn túshū dàshà), 68 Beisihuan Xilu, 北四环西路68号, [3]. 09:00-21:00.  edit
  • Disanji Bookstore (第三极书局sān jí shū), 66 Beisihuan Xilu, 北四环西路66号 (5-8F inside Disanji Shopping Mall). 09:00-21:00.  edit
  • Beijing Language and Culture University Press Store (北京语言大学出版社 Běijīng yǔyán dàxué chūbǎnshè), (Just inside the University's south gate on the left side). M Tu 09:00-17:00, Sa 09:00-16:00. One of the best stores to buy language learning books.  edit

Everyday needs[edit]

  • Carrefour (家乐福 Jiālèfú), Zhongguancun Plaza, 中关村广场地. 08:00-22:30 daily. Cheap French supermarket chain, selling everything from food, homeware, clothing to dvds and electrical appliances. A bit pricier is their import section, offering food products from all over the world.  edit
  • Walmart (沃尔玛 Wò'ěrmǎ), 48 Zhichun Lu, 知春路甲48号, +86 10 58733666.  edit

Eat[edit][add listing]

  • Dong Lai Shun (东来顺 Dōng Lái Shùn). 11:00-14:00 and 17:00-21:00 daily. This king of Beijing hotpot has been around since the 19th century. Founded by the Hui (ethnic Muslims), Donglaishun serves halal cuts of top-quality lamb and beef. Also serves cooked-by-chef dishes, including traditional Beijing sweets.  edit
  • H, 25 Yiheyuan Lu 颐和园路25号.  edit
  • Din Tai Fung Restaurant (鼎泰丰 Dǐng Tài Fēng), 40 Zhongguancun Dajie, 中关村大街40号 (7F of Modern Plaza Shopping Mall), +86 10 6269-6726, [4]. 11:30-22:00. Famous Shanghai-style dumplings restaurant.  edit
  • Tairyo Teppanyaki (大渔铁板烧 Dà Yú Tiěbǎnshāo), 15 Wan Liu Zhong Lu 万柳中路15号, +86 10 8256-6044, [5]. 11:00-23:00. Japanese Teppanyaki grill show. All you can eat offer for 168Yuan.  edit
Non-Chinese food and nightlife in Wudaokou

Wudaokou (五道口 Wǔdàokǒu), where most of the foreign and local university students hang out. There are a number of bars and restaurants which serve a great variety of wine, beer and liquor for cheap. This area is also well known for its Korean population and a good place to find Korean food.

  • Isshin Japanese Restaurant (一心日本料理 Yīxīn Rìběn Liàolǐ), Courtyard of 35 Chengfu Lu 成府路35号院. An inexpensive and tasty Japanese restaurant that is packed most nights. 25 m NW of the Wudaokou Stn in a small courtyard.  edit
  • Jiaheyipin Congee Restaurant (嘉和一品 Jiāhéyīpǐn), 35 Chengfu Lu 成府路35号. Branches of this excellent congee restaurant can be found across Beijing. This one is just west of the Wudaokou Stn.  edit
  • Ganges Indian Restaurant, 160 Chengfu Lu 成府路160号 (Opposite S gate of Tshinghua Univ), +86 10 6262-7944, [6]. 11:00-15:00, 17:00-22:30.  edit
  • Dog Restaurant, 5F Youyi Shopping City.  edit

Eat in the dining halls of Tsinghua University. Tsinghua is said to have the best dining halls among Chinese universities and there are nearly 20 dining halls in the campus, cost usually less than ¥10. On the lower levels, a prepaid card is needed to purchase anything but you can easily ask a student to swipe the card for you and you pay him cash. The stalls on the top floor accept cash outright. The dining halls could be very very crowded.

Drink[edit][add listing]

A band plays in D-22
  • Sculpting in Time (雕刻时光 Diāokè Shíguāng), [7]. Laid-back cafe with free WiFi and a small menu of food. Popular with both locals and foreigners. They now have eight branches across Beijing.  edit
  • Wudaokou Branch, 2F, Bldg 12, Huaqing Jiayuan 成府路华清嘉园12 号楼2 号3-4F, +86 10 82863094. SW of Wudaokou Stn.  edit
  • Fragrant Hills Branch, 50 Maimai Rd, Fragrant Hills 香山买卖街50号, +86 10 8259-0040. Just a little east from the main gate of the Fragrant Hills.  edit
  • Lush, Level 2, Bld. 1, Huaqing Jiayuan, Wudaokou 五道口华清家园1号楼2层, +86 10 82863566, [8]. A very popular foreign student hangout, this bar has a pub quiz on Wednesdays and an open-mic night on Sundays.  edit
  • Propaganda, +86 10 8289-3991. Just south of Lush & Sculpting in Time, this bar/club is packed on weekends, with a mix of mainly Korean, Japanese, and Western students. Wednesday nights are all-you-can-drink for 80 yuan or so (the price constantly changes, and it's lower if you're female).  edit
  • Helen's Cafe (closed for renovation as of Sep 2014), Dongshengyuan Bldg 11, 1F shop number 2 北京市海淀区五道口东升园公寓十一号楼底商二号 (SW of the Wudaokou Stn, take Exit B, turn left, continue south 300 m down the road. Alternatively, the southernmost terminus of bus route 398 stops right outside), +86 135 0130 6172, [9]. 10:00-03:00. Back packer style bar/restaurant serving western dishes. Cheapest drinks and food in Wudaokou with great specials. M: Free Coffee. Tu: Raffle night (win beer, cocktail, bottle of vodka) W: Free keg of beer (Tsingtao). Th: Open mic night (first 2 to play and get 10 free beers). F: 4 free tubes of beer, serve yourself. Saturday: Free cigarettes and ¥10 shooters. Su ¥20 hookah.  edit

Sleep[edit][add listing]

Budget[edit]

  • Wudaokou Hostel (五道口旅舍; Wudaokoulǚshè), 35 Chengfu Rd (成府路35号; Chéngfǔ Lù) (200 m W of the Wudaokou Stn (Line 13). It is inside the Huaqingjiayuan community.), +86 10 5642-3004. Right across the street from Tsinghua University. About 200 m from everything bar or club in Wudaokou. Free Wifi. Dorms are ¥80-90, one has a private bathroom.  edit
  • PekingUni International Youth Hostel (北京未名国际青年旅舍; Běijīng Wèimíng Guójìqīngniánlǚshè), 150 Chengfu Rd (成府路150号; Chéngfǔlù) (Close to Wudaokou Stn (Line 13). Just head W for 800 m and it's a large building with a sign on the 5F. Go around the right side where you'll see a Hostelling International logo.), +86 10 6254-9667 (fax: +86 10 6263-5073), [10]. Right smack in the university district, closest hostel to Olympic area. Free internet, guest kitchen and bike hire available. Restaurant and bar. Discounted rates for dorms (a bed in a shared room)/doubles without bathroom/doubles with bathroom from ¥60-410 without breakfast.  edit
  • Huayetianyuan Hotel (北京天缘惠达宾馆 (原华业天缘宾馆); Běijīngtiānyuánhuìdábīnguǎn (Yuánhuáyètiānyuánbīnguǎn)), 86 Westend of North Third Ring Rd (西三环北路86号; Xīsānhuán Běi Lù) (Gongzhufen Stn (Line 1) and from there buses 374, 394, 437, 658, 704, 809, 944 or 968 to Hangtianqiao North Stn (航天桥北)), +86 10 5979-8001 (fax: +86 10 6847-5395). Rooms with free internet, aircon and fridge. Business center, beauty salon and ticket office available. Chinese restaurant. Listed rates for doubles including breakfast ¥228, discounted ¥163.  edit
  • Longwu Jingpin Hotel (北京隆屋精品酒店; Běijīnglóngwūjīngpǐnjiǔdiàn), 35 Enjili (恩济里35号; ēnjìlǐ) (Inside Northend of W Fourth Ring Rd, bus 653 to Enjixijie Stn (恩济西街)), +86 10 8815-5757 (fax: +86 10 8815-3068), [11]. Rooms with free internet. The cheapest rooms are quite small. Business center, beauty salon, ticket office and laundry service available. Doubles from ¥250, discounted from ¥198; breakfast ¥20.  edit
  • Beijing Longquanhu Hotel (北京龙泉湖酒店; Běijīngóngquánhújiǔdiàn), 2 Shangdi Second St (上地二街2号; Shàngdìèr Jiē) (800 m W of Shangdi Stn (Line 13), or bus 963 to Shanddihuandaonan Stn (上地环岛南)), +86 10 8277-2626 (, fax: +86 10 8277-2788), [12]. Three star hotel. Rooms with free internet. Meeting facilities, beauty salon, ticket office, laundry service and fitness available. Chinese restaurant, bar and room service. Doubles from ¥238, discounted from ¥181; breakfast ¥10.  edit

Mid range[edit]

  • Beijing Zhong Yu Century Grand Hotel (北京中裕世纪大酒店 Běijīng Zhōng Yù Shìjì Dàjiǔdiàn), 31 Lianhuachi E Rd, Haidian District 西客站北广场莲花池东路31号, +86 10 6398-9999, [13]. Located in Haidian District, the second-largest district in the capital’s urban area. It offers 208 air-conditioned rooms and appointed with a cable TV, mini-bar, refrigerator, room safe, IDD/ DDD telephone and broadband Internet. From ¥360.  edit
  • Beijing Xinyuan Hotel, 6 Shifangyuan St, +86 10 6390-1166, [14]. Offers 361 air-conditioned guestrooms, all of which have cable TV, a hair dryer, and safe. High speed Internet access is also available. Some of its amenities include indoor swimming pool, gym and sauna, tennis court, and night club. From ¥664.  edit
  • BJ Song Lu Sheng Fang Holiday Hotel, +86 10 8863-7878, [15]. This 3-star hotel lies along Haidian District's Tiancun Rd. It is just 20 km from Beijing Capital Airport and only 15 minutes from the West Railway Station. BJ Song Lu Sheng Fang Holiday Hotel offers 100 guestrooms, it is aptly furnished with air-conditioning, cable TV, and a mini-bar for a truly restful stay. 8 Tiancun Rd, Haidian District. From ¥331.  edit
  • Central Garden Hotel Beijing, No.18, Gaoliangqiao Xie St, +86 10 5156-8888, [16].  edit
  • Friendship Hotel (友谊宾馆 Yǒuyì Bīnguǎn), 1 Zhongguancun Nandajie 中关村南大街1号, +86 10 6849-8888, [17]. Built back in 1954 for foreign visitors to Beijing, this has been extensively modernized and remains a busy hotel.  edit
  • Happy Inn International Hotel, B65 Fuxing Rd, Haidian District, +86 10 8827-8800, [18]. With our privileged location west of Changan Ave, your Beijing hotel reservation at Happy Inn International will bring you close to various attractions. Our five-star accommodation in Beijing showers you with everything you may require for relaxation. From ¥458.  edit
  • Royal King Hotel (融金国际酒店 Róngjīn Guójì Jiǔdiàn), +86 10 6258-9999, [19]. Has convenient access to the country's so-called Silicon Valley, Zhongguancun, and many of the city's cultural and historic attractions. Their rooms are air-conditioned and fitted with free high-speed Internet access, LCD TV with satellite channels, a DDD/ IDD phone, and private toilet and bath with sprinkler shower. Among their facilities includes a health club that features steam bath, gymnasium, and jacuzzi, spa, beauty salon and barber shop, an indoor swimming pool, a dicso, and a bar.  edit
  • Sariz International Hotel, The Gate Bldg, 19 Zhongguancun Ave, +86 10 8248-8866, [20]. This five-star hotel is just a 15-minute drive from the Bird's Nest stadium and Water Cube. It offers 224 air-conditioned guestrooms and is equipped with an LCD TV with cable, computer, broadband Internet, mini-bar, and refrigerator. It offers top class facilities and services such as Chinese and Western Restaurants, fitness center, health club, and three meeting rooms. From ¥620.  edit
  • Shanshui Trends Hotel (山水时尚酒店 (北京航天桥店); Shānshuǐshíshàngjiǔdiàn (Běijīnghángtiānqiáodiàn)), 10 Fucheng Rd (阜成路10号; Fùchéng Lù) (Just E of W Third Ring Rd, buses 37, 121, 603, 624, 631, 645, 846 to Hangtianqiaodong Stn (航天桥东)), +86 10 8810-0100 (fax: +86 10 8810-0200). Rooms with free internet and aircon. Gift shop, ticket office and laundry service available. Chinese restaurant and rooms service. Doubles from ¥388, discounted ¥181; no breakfast available..  edit
  • Shenzhou International Hotel, 31 Zhongguancun S Ave, +86 10 6811-8888, [21]. Air-conditioned accommodations, all of which have cable TV, Internet access, telephone with voicemail, and electronic safe. Some of its amenities include grm, spa and Internet café. from ¥553.  edit
  • Somerset ZhongGuanCun Beijing (北京盛捷中关村服务公寓), No 15 Haidian Zhong St, +86 10 5873-0088 (, fax: +86 10 5873-0666), [22]. Kitchen and living areas and broadband internet access. From ¥568.  edit
  • Xinxing Hotel (北京新兴宾馆 Běijīng Xīnxīng Bīnguǎn), 17 the Third Ring Rd Middle W 西三北中路17号, +86 10 6816-6688. Free internet access, but you need to ask for a room with it (you should also ask in advance too). The staff are friendly, but their English is minimal. It is mostly Chinese tourists and businessmen that stay here. Chinese breakfast is served on the second floor in the morning until 09:00. There is also a swimming pool in a separate building.  edit

Splurge[edit]

  • Crowne Plaza Beijing Zhongguancun (北京中关村皇冠假日酒店; Běijīng Zhōngguāncūnhuángguānjiàrì Jiǔdiàn), 106 Zhichun Rd (知春路106号; Zhīchūn Lù) (300 m E of Haidianuangzhuang Stn (Line 10)), +86 10 5993-8888 (, fax: +86 10 5993-8999), [23]. Rooms with internet access (against surcharge in cheaper rooms). Business center, fitness, swimming pool and sauna available. Chinese and Western restaurants as well as bar. The service is ok, but the level of English spoken here is a bit disappointing. The location is not very interesting, but the metro is not far away. Doubles from ¥1,826, discounted rates from ¥772, breakfast ¥170 (included for more expensive rooms).  edit

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