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Q: Go-Karts in Beijing?

LaserQuest was a bunch of fun, thank you Skater! You're the nicest koala i met so far! It was really fun, except for all the youngsters there. They were good!

It reminded me of my youth, except for the time I got in close quarter with that big guy who had the "bad reflex" of hitting me with the back of his gun instead of shooting. He was really sorry because he offered me a KFC bucket as an apology. Seriously, is KFC a cult in China?

But anyways, in my efforts to show my Chinese girlfriend moar fun stuff to do, I'm now looking for a place to go karting. Preferably outdoors, but indoors would be ok too. Any halp?

8 years 19 weeks ago in  Arts & Entertainment - China

 
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Sounds like a brilliant business venture

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I know there's one east of the city, next to the 5th ring. But the last time I saw it was 3 years ago...
But I moved back to the sihui area, so I'll go check it out if I have the time!

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