Accommodation in Chinese
Pronouncing accommodation in Chinese
Imagine you have just arrived at the International Airport in Beijing. It’s a lovely warm summer evening, but you had a long flight and all you want is a bed to fall into. You follow the signs to "xíng lǐ tí qǔ (行李提取)", baggage claim, to pick up your luggage and stand in line at the "hǎi guān (海关)", customs. After passing through customs you follow the path marked "dǐ dá tīng (抵达厅)", arrival hall.
Now, you need to find a place to stay. Here are some questions you might want to ask at the help desk.
Can you recommend ...?
Perhaps you prefer other types of accommodation.
Once you have decided where to stay you need to find out how to get there.
Although taxi rides are relatively cheap in China, you might still want to get an idea of how much you will be billed before hopping in. On the other hand, public transport is quite convenient in big cities and reasonably fast, so it's a good idea to try them out as well. Here are some important words and phrases for you to remember.
Huí tóu jiàn (回 头 见！)