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Q: Does someone know Civic Moon Resort in Shenyang? could you advice/comment?


my name is Roberto (IT), I'm currently living in Shanghai but I'm going to move in Shenyang in 2014...

I'm looking for a big apartment/villa in Shenyang, my wife and my future daughter (she still is in mom's belly) will move with me of course.

I'll spend most of my time at work/travelling and I'm looking for a nice place to live, with safety open green areas, possibly with kindergarden gym and so on...

I saw the Civic Moon resort on the internet... does someone know it/live there? Are the prices around 15-25 krmb per month (depending on size and type)?


If someone is living in Shenyang and could give us some advice... well Thank you in advance!!


have a nice day.


7 years 7 weeks ago in  Housing - China

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try searching in agoda / tripadvisor etc... sure will have plenty reviews..

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