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Q: Does Changchun have a beer garden?

I'm heading to Changchun on Sunday or Monday to meet up with a friend who is coming down from Harbin and we are looking for a good place to drink.  Neither of us know the place and the only bar I know is Stroller's (because I'm a regular in the Shenyang branch).  So if anybody could point us in the right direction of a good bar or a bar street/area that would be swell.  Also, any recommendations of cheap hotels would be appreciatedwink

8 years 4 weeks ago in  Lifestyle - Changchun

 
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Hello 

i live in changchun

i don't know of any specific beer gardens but you can go to grandpa's which is in xikang hutong

that's where a lot of expats hang out, beer is cheap like 6 rmb or something 

also i know that in the area close to faw factories there are a lot of good bars that brew their own beers but it's far from where i live so i can't advise 

how cheap do you want the hotel to be?

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Something along the lines of a Home Inn, Hanting Express or Motel 168, reasonably close to the drinking area and/or train station.

 

Thanks for the help.

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I use 'agoda' for Hotels prices, addresses and booking in Asia:

 

http://www.agoda.com/pages/agoda/default/DestinationSearchResult.aspx?as...

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for the hotel,you could choose one from these

 

http://tuan.elong.com/changchun_0901_o5_jiudian_tuangou/

 

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