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Q: Any cool place to hangout in Changchun?

8 years 49 weeks ago in  General  - Changchun

 
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South Lake (南湖公园; Nánhúgōngyuán).Wenhua Square (文化广场; Wénhùa Guǎngchǎng).Puppet Imperial Palace (伪皇宫; Wěihuánggōng).Jingyuetan National Forest Park (净月潭国家森林公园; Jìngyuètánguó jiāsēnlín gōngyuán),People's Square (人民广场; Rénmín Guǎngchǎng).Shengli Park,

One of those places should be a good place to see or do something. Some of those places are parks and you can visit the zoo.

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dude, thanks, but i live nearby wenhua guangchang, i used to live by the side of nanhu park in jilin uni campus, visited all these other places as well, all of them are boring as hell, lol!! devil

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There are several bars and restaurants around Changchun.

 

Have a look at our website, you can find more information here:

 

http://www.changchunlive.com/magazine/index.php/dining-ccl/111-restaurant-reviews

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Not to mention half of the 'places' mentioned are little more than a TRAFFIC CIRCLE!

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