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Post by savimakwo » Wed Feb 21, 2018 8:23 pm

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Post by simonalia » Thu Jan 11, 2018 8:08 pm

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Post by Cissy » Fri Apr 01, 2016 3:32 pm

Wow, this is quite helpful. Thanks for sharing. I used to be confused about the subway system in Beijing since it is really complicated for me and thanks to this map, it does help me a lot. By the way, have you guys ever encountered language problems and how do you solve it? I often use a human-powered translation app Yespo. I think it’s useful too and now share it to you guys.


Post by Bruce » Sat Feb 06, 2016 7:20 pm

Hey guys, good subway map for Beijing, If you are going to travel in China, don't forget to download FoxTalk , an useful app for you in China, locals and China hands solve your question, make friends with different countries people.
Official website:
apple store link
google play link


Post by beijingstour » Wed Sep 16, 2015 5:49 pm

Beijing Great Wall Tour
He who doesn’t reach the Great Wall is not a true man.
If you want to travel in Beijing, visiting the Great Wall is necessary.
A guide can take you to visit.

Tel: 0086-18515838208
Add: Dongcheng district, Beijing, China


Post by inbeijing » Sun Jul 19, 2015 8:10 am

Beijing Subway
Beijing latest subway map

The subway is probably your best bet for getting around town. The advantages (cheap, convenient, easy to navigate, fast) definitely outweigh the disadvantages (can be crowded, closes early).


Except for the Airport Express Line, a ride on the Beijing subway costs ¥2 no matter where you’re going or how many times you transfer. You’ll find the subway stations have good English signs, and all train announcements are made in both English and Chinese. Hours of operation vary by line, but generally, trains run between 5:00 and 23:00 (see Beijing Subway Map on the back of pull-out map). To avoid getting up close and personal with a mob of strangers, avoid riding the train during the rush hours of 7:00-9:00 and 17:00-19:00.

All passengers will pass through a security checkpoint where purses or bags are put through a screening machine like at the airport. If you purchased an Yikatong, boarding the subway is easy. Just walk up to the ticket gate and press your card to the card reader. The gates will open and the fare will be deducted automatically. If you’re buying fare cards as you go, you’ll find a cluster of ticket vending machines that have an English option, but they only accept small bills and are frequently out of order. If that’s the case, you can approach the customer service window and buy a ticket directly from the employee there.

Most of Beijing’s top attractions are accessible via subway. See our list of attractions and subway stops in parenthesis below. As you’ll see, it is fairly easy to organize a self-guided tour using the subway for transportation.

Line 1

Financial Street (Fuxingmen)
Tian’anmen Square (Tian’anmen East or Tian’anmen West)
Forbidden City (Tian’anmen East or Tian’anmen West)
National Museum (Tian’anmen East or Tian’anmen West)
Wangfujing (Wangfujing)
Silk Market (Yong’anli)
CCTV Building (Guomao)

Line 2

Drum and Bell Towers (Guloudajie)
Hutongs (Guloudajie)
Ritan Park (Jianguomen)
Chairman Mao Memorial Hall (Qianmen)
Beijing South Church (Xuanwumen)
Beijing Railway Station (Beijing Railway Station)

Line 4

Summer Palace (Beigongmen)
Old Summer Palace (Yuanmingyuan)
Beijing Zoo and Aquarium (Beijing Zoo)
Zoo Market (Beijing Zoo)
Peking University (East Gate of Peking University)

Line 5

Yonghegong Lama Temple (Yonghegong Lama Temple)
Confucian Temple (Yonghegong Lama Temple)
Ditan Park (Yonghegong Lama Temple)
Temple of Heaven (Tiantan Dongmen)
Hongqiao Pearl Market (Tiantan Dongmen)

Line 6

Nanluogu Xiang (Nanluogu Xiang)
Houhai (Beihai North)
Beihai Park (Beihai North)

Line 8

Bird’s Nest (Olympic Green or Olympic Sports Center)
Water Cube (Olympic Green or Olympic Sports Center)
Shichahai (Shichahai)
Nanluogu Xiang (Nanluogu Xiang)

Line 10

Panjiayuan (Panjiayuan)