Hg2 : The Hedonist

A Hedonist’s guide to…

Beijing

Beijing Cycle Tour
Two wheels are often better than four and when that's the case ring these guys for a cyciel tour of the city.
Beijing Curio City
To some this four storey emporium may be a shrine to tat; to others it's buried treasure.
3 Guizhou Men
Guìzhourén classics in an arty setting.
Wangfujing Bookstore
You don't have to stray too far off the beaten bath to get lost within the pages of a foreign world here.
Pingyao
A UNESCO World Heritage site truly worthy of its status.
Athena Xu
Selling everything you need to make that outfit really pop. Accessorise accordingly ladies.
Tang Contemp. Art
Representing some of China's most established artists Tang's artists tend to be highly conceptual.
Rickshaw
Beijing's greasy spoon and sports bar combo..
Tianjin
Centre for Performing Arts
Beijing's distinctive cultural venue, this is a must visit for China's greatest opera performances...
Ullens Center for Contemp. Art
Factory-style gallery space shows internationally and locally acclaimed artists.
Yashow Market
All the tat you could ever possibly need for the folks back home.
Panjiayuan Market
Bargain-hunters flock in their droves to this fabulous flea market; dig deep the best stuff is often hidden!
Sugar Jar
Chinese rock er rocks so brush up on your knowledge here.
Pékin Fine Arts
Innovative work from across Asia.
Café Yo
Understated and refined.
Café Zarah
German breakfast and Prosecco great combination.
Bookworm Café
A book-heavy Beijing institution.
The Great Wall
If you only see one thing while in China make sure it's the great wall. Words fail us.
Nanshan Ski Village
You don't need to hit the Alps to ski or snowboard as this indoor complex proves.
Oriental Taipan Massage & Spa
White-collared business execs can't get enough of this spa which serves complimentary food with its treatments.
Today Art Museum
Discover the history of the contemporary art movement in China.
Temple of Heaven
After a recent restoration this historic temple is the hub of the winter solstice festival.
Red Gate Gallery
This long-standing gallery exhibits the work of established and celebrated artists.
Summer Palace
Spectacular grounds perfect for a morning stroll.
Poly Theatre
Ballets orchestras and drama grace the boards of this enormous theatre.
Niujie Mosque
Over 500 years old this is the city's largest Mosque.
National Stadium (Bird’s Nest)
Re-live the Olympics at this impressive stadium.
National Art Museum
The perfect introduction to the traditional Chinese arts.
Lama Temple
Traditional Lama temple home to an incredible 18-meter-high Buddha.
Li Yuan Theatre
The home of Peking Opera.
Forbidden City Concert Hall
A grand venue in a lovely setting.
Forbidden City
Tourists flock to this awe-inspiring site for a reason.
Chaoyang Theatre
THE place to see acrobatics in Beijing.
Cherry Lane
Catch the latest independent film at this art house cinema.
Daguanlou
 An historic cinema that screens all the latest Hollywood releases.
Capital Museum
Packed with relics from historic Beijing.
Arario Gallery
Exhibitons from acclaimed and emerging Asian artists.
Arrow Factory
Unusual and intriguing contemporary exhibitions.
Paper
Trendy minimalist ambiance that plays host to diverse Asian dishes.

Sign up for our newsletter

We'd love to keep you up-to-date with what's really going on around the world, from the hottest new restaurants and mind-blowingly beautiful hotels, to thumping underground clubs and world-class art galleries. Sign up to learn more - we promise you it'll be worth it...

X

Follow Us