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Q: Who's in Zhengzhou, and what's worth seeing?

I have a short business trip up there in a couple of weeks, and will be near/in the city.

 

Any suggestions?

 

Anyone want to pop around and say 'hi' somewhere?

3 years 32 weeks ago in  Transport & Travel - China

 
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Yeah I'll pop, but 'timetable' must be studied, 'cause......

 

I'm close-by, butT......the safest travel is by train. Don't ever use bus, because they have upteen different Main Bus Stations in the city, so if you (I was)'re at the wrong one, buses won't depart to your destination......

 

You can tell me later, what's interesting in Zhengzhou. I just know, CMB is very good bank. In Zhengzhou. I also know Metro and ...can't remember the other Super's name. They carry NZ butter. Very short supply of things in my domestic town. We import everything from Zhen.

 

However, we can sit down somewhere for swally&b-y-te.

P.S.

You must promise, you won't tell Phil about mee..........O2, o2

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Erqi Memorial Tower, Emperors Yan and Huang, Dengfeng Observatory, Shaolin Monastery, Zhengzhou Exhibition Center; and Center: The Pagoda Forest at the Shaolin Temple

 

(I have never visited any of these places ,so It is not a  personal experience)angel

Have a nice trip!

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I was there for three days last month... what a shithole.  I'd suggest getting yourself a very nice hotel room and avoid going outside if possible.

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