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Q: Warm cities near Liaoning

I would like to spend my winter holidays in a warm city heck even +5c to +15c is fine but I can not go too far as I have limited budget I am a student so no offense. Can anyone please suggest some good cities around where I can get cheap hotel rate under 50rmb per night maybe I am asking for too much but I really have no idea I want to get out of my city ASAP.

BTW I am located in Shenyang city the forecast here is under -10 to -20c Tongue

 

7 years 35 weeks ago in  Transport & Travel - Other cities

 
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Qinhuangdao, Hebei would be my choice for limited budget. There are loads of small hotels and hostels there. One is Beidaihe Liuzhuang Zhangyanxia Hostel for 52 Rmb per night.

 You can find more choices at Agoda:

 

 

 

http://www.agoda.com

 

 

By the way, Dalian is currently sunny and windy, with temperature around 0* C, or slightly below.

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Yes Dalian is on the sea so the temperature extremes like you and I experience don't occur. I might go to where you are to get warm dave!! -10C? Positively balmy!

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If near translates the same to you as it does to me....Well sorry there isn't any.

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