Jan 18, 2015 à 07:57 AM
Sport & Recreation page offers a wide choice of activities to satisfy all kind of requests no matter you are foreign visitors or an expat working in Beijing. Beside the great number of golf clubs and expensive clubs, there are many other activities that you will find very interesting like shooting, bungee, boating, tennis, climbing, cycling, bowling, diving, skiing, horse riding, shooting, ice-skating, martial arts and more.Golf is one of the most popular outdoor sports in the world. Originating in Scotland, it became popular in China in the mid-1980s. According to the China Golf Industry Report published by Forward Management Group, there were more than 395 golf clubs in the Chinese mainland as of the end of 2010.Beijing has more than 70 golf clubs. Faced with severe competition, each club tries to attract more elite members. These are the 10 most popular golf clubs in Beijing.Beijing Golf Club is located in the east bank of Chaobai River Shunyi District, Northeast of the Capital International Airport. The course, designed by Benz& Poellot Golf Course Architects of U.S.A, has 7101 yards length in two million square meters area and very challenging 18 holes among the beautiful forest with clean pond.Beijing Dongfang Shuangying Golf Club locates near the Yongding river, the south fifth ring road of Fangshan district. Beijing Dongfang Shuangying Golf Course covers an area of 2600 Mu, with 36 holes. Its green fee is 600 Yuan and 800 yuan in holiday.Huatang International Golf Club is located in the East Beijing Yanjiao economic Development Zone, Huatang International Golf Club is within 30 minutes' driving time from the China World Trade Center. Huatang International Golf Club is designed by Mr. Graham Marsh. It is award as one of the best golf courses in China.
Feb 20, 2015 à 05:23 AM
Super (Sports) Car Club (SCC) was launched in Beijing in August 2009. The club has now expanded to 15 branches around the country including Chongqing, Yunnan, Zhejiang and Fujian. It has about 500 registered members from ages 18 to 60, with women comprising about 10 percent, and 700 registered super cars that include Ferraris, Lamborghinis, Paganis and Aston Martins. The club also organizes members to attend big super car races, such as the annual Super Car Carnival in Shanghai. At the Beijing Sports Car Club, a $220,000 Porsche SE 911 is considered an entry-level model. Members are competing with others who race $3.9 million Tramontanas and $4.3 million Bugatti Veyron 16.4s. FJSCC has always been known for its low-profile, the club has nearly one hundred members, it has Mercedes-Benz C63 AMG, E63 AMG, Lamborghini, Ferrari, FORD GT40, porsche and other luxury cars.Shanghai Super Car Club was founded in 2009. The club centers Shanghai and includes super car owners from Jiangsu, Zhejiang and nearby areas with nearly 150 super car owners.FFF Super Car Club is based in Beijing. FFF has a Pagani Zonda Cinque, a Pagani Zonda R, a Koenigsegg Agera, a Ferrari Enzo and a Bugatti Veyron and other super cars. Derived from FDS (Fast Driving Sport), Zhejiang FDS Car Club was established in July 2008, It currently has hundreds of members who have high-end cars including Porsche, Ferrari, Lamborghini, it is one of the larger high-end car clubs.M Club was founded on November 10, 2009 by Shanghai Debao, the oldest authorized BMW dealer in mainland . The club brings together car owners who buy M series BMW cars. ...