As the nation's capital, getting to BÄ›ijÄ«ng is simple. The busiest period for the airlines serving china becomes the Chinese New Year or the phase of the Spring Festival and the year end holiday. Rail and air connections connect the capital to almost every point in China, and convoys of buses head to copious destinations from BÄ›ijÄ«ng. Using BÄ›ijÄ«ng as an initial point to discover the rest of the land makes perfect sense. No international buses hand out BÄ›ijÄ«ng, but there is abundance of long-distance domestic routes served by national highways scorching from BÄ›ijÄ«ng.
BÄ›ijÄ«ng has plentiful long-distance bus stations, located in the region of the city boundary in the track you want to go. Beijing train station is served by its own subversive station, making entrance easy. International trains to Moscow, Pyongyang (North Korea) and Ulaanbaatar (Mongolia) arrive at and depart from Beijing train station; trains for Vietnam leave from Beijing West train station. For the voyager form Japan there is ferryboat service form Osaka to Shanghai and Tianjin in China. The ride will take two days. You have to be a little mindful about the day you want to make a tour to china by sea because this service is presented only once or twice in a week. In the peak time the service may also be provided twice a week.