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Q: How do you get to Cuandixia using public transport?

I heard that a bus goes to the village of Cuandixia but my attempt at finding the bus and ultimately getting there failed. Any travel tips from someone who's gone before? If public transport is not reliable, how much should it cost to hire a driver for the day?

8 years 41 weeks ago in  Transport & Travel - Beijing

 
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Hope this helps:

 

(Take the subway to Pingguoyuan in West Beijing. (About 1 hour from east Beijing. ¥2). Then take the public bus to Cuandixia. (about 2:20 hours. ¥13-18). There is a direct bus leaving from Pingguoyuan at 12:40, and one in early morning. If you can't catch the direct bus take the bus to Zhaitang, and take a private taxi to Cuandixia. The bus number is 929支, but be aware there are many buses with this number driving to many different places, so ask the bus driver if he drives to Cuandixia, or Zhaitang)

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