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·       Beijing Shopping
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Beijing Temple
·       Beijing Tourism
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Beijing Traffic
·       Beijing transportation
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Beijing Travel Tips
·       Beijing University
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Beijing Weather
·       Beijing Zoo and Aquarium
·       Capital Museum
·       Drum and Bell Towers
·       Forbidden City
·       Ming Tombs
·       Summer Palace
·       Temple of Heaven
·       Tiananmen Square
·       Temple of Confucius
·      Prince Gong's Mansion
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       Yonghe Lama Temple
·
       798 Art Zone


Beijing Tour Guide: Beijing Public Buses

 
Beijing Public Buses

While taxis may be way more convenient, taking the Beijing public bus system can allow you to meet locals as well as saving you many RMB. A typical ride costs 1 RMB. However, it is essential for you to know your Chinese, because all signs along the bus routes are in Chinese. You can find a bus stop anywhere in the city, making it very easy to access.

If you want to enjoy the life of the locals while on your Beijing tour or travel, try hopping on a bus and see where it takes you. It might be something you just need to enjoy your time off from  your usual life and live in the chaos of Beijing life!

Nowadays, there are more than 500 bus routes throughout Beijing city. In other word, it is possible to travel to any destination in Beijing by using this huge and complex bus system. Buses in Beijing are numbered from 1 to 999 with different range of number means different type of service area as follow:

  

Lines

Bus Service Area

By Cash

By IC Transit Card

1-199

Inner city only. This is most suitable for travelers who would like to travel in Beijing city

1 RMB flat rate

0.40 RMB flat rate

200-299

Night services in inner city only.

2 RMB flat rate

0.40 RMB flat rate

300-399

Services in suburbs, outside of 2nd ring road. Travelers could take this line to visit some attractions located not far from inner city such as the Summer Palace.

1 RMB for first 12 km; 0.50 RMB for each additional 5 km

0.40 RMB flat rate

400-599

Community Service in suburbs.

1 RMB for first 12 km; 0.50 RMB for each additional 5 km

0.40 RMB for first 12 km; 0.20 RMB for each additional 5 km

600-799

Services with longer routes in both inner city and suburbs.

1 RMB for first 12 km; 0.50 RMB for each additional 5 km

0.40 RMB for first 12 km; 0.20 RMB for each additional 5 km

800-899

Air-conditioned buses in both inner city and suburbs.

1 RMB for first 12 km; 0.50 RMB for each additional 5 km

0.40 RMB for first 12 km; 0.20 RMB for each additional 5 km

900-999

Services throughout inner city and suburbs, especially to some remote destinations of Beijing.

1 RMB for first 12 km; 0.50 RMB for each additional 5 km

0.40 RMB for first 12 km; 0.20 RMB for each additional 5 km

 

To find your way visit the official Beijing Bus website

Check our Beijing Bus Tour Programs. You can tour Beijing with our group bus tour programs for various routes.
Learn more about Beijing private and non-private tours.

 




 

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