And there’s a third option from the Beijing Yuntong Bus Company.
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China opened its doors to tourists in 1978 and finally decriminalized homosexuality in 1997.
If you don’t want to travel by cab, Bejing’s public transportation system is very easy to use.
There are a total of 19 Beijing subway lines, and it’s the most convenient way to get around during rush hour. However, there’s also an alternate bus line run by the Beijing Public Transport Holdings, Ltd. BPT is the main bus and trolley operator in the city, with almost 28,000 buses.
The Chinese Embassy‘s website has additional details on how to get your travel visa hassle free — and remember, tourists need an “L” visa.