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Q: Besides your home, where is the quietest place to be alone in China?

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1) Can't be too expensive (seven star hotel is likely not packed)

2) Can't be too gross (depsit e having squatters and scavengers, I'm sure garbage dump isn't that busy)

3) Is a "date-worthy" place (for the ladies --- "You know, I've never ever brought anyone here before")

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I've actually been at a beach in Hainan where there was no people but me and the missus. Somewhere between Monkey Island and Sanya.

In normal life, timing is more important than location. E.g. supermarkets are often deserted in the early afternoon, although I am not sure about date-worthiness of supermarkets. 

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My head.

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I hate to say it, but I've found some of those "Western food" serving coffee bars fit the bill here.  Especially if you can get a semi-private booth.  Fuwuyuan will leave you alone until you ring the little call button.  The downside obviously will be the menu selection....

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Have you tried going to the countryside like the Grasslands in Inner Mongolia or the Gobi Desert? There are not many people or cars there! Plus it can be romantic. Just bring a bottle of wine and some snacks and make an ad hoc picnic.

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for me , i live in nanjing , sometimes i go to a  university  for walking , its  quite near me .

 

sometime i go to Ming Tomb park, its quite at afternoon , very , few people there ,and have a very nice lake. 

 

if you are in Nanjing , i suggest you to go there.Its very quite, except holidays.

 

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Buy a bike. Ride it to the countryside. Go and sit down by the water.

 

Ho Ho Ho, to the South Lake I go,

To heal my heart and drown my woe,

Rain may fall, and hookers may blow,

But under a tall tree will I lie,

And watch the fish just die and die

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My home isn't quiet, I turn on the music as soon as I wake up. smiley

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Stone Man Beach in Qingdao at sunrise or on a cloudy day...or Laoshan Mountain on a Tuesday at sunset.

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