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Looking to Eat Chinese Traditional Cuisine? Well, Try Munching on Aozao Noodles in Kunshan | Restaurants in Kunshan, China
Kunshan is renown for its Aozao, or, “amazing stove” noodles, which are thin noodle strands served with oily broth and a choice of pork, duck, fish, or vegetables. With such a unique and amusing story as to how the noodles became so widely popular, people across China flock to the city just to get a taste of the historically rich food that they’ve heard so much about. And you can too!
Is This the Future? Robots Cook & Serve Up Food at Robot Restaurant in Kunshan | Things To Do in Kunshan, China
Kunshan’s Robot Restaurant is just one of many family-friendly stops everyone should try at least once during their stay in Kunshan. From the very moment that visitors arrive at its doors, robots, big and small, resembling Transformers Autobots, are there to greet and entertain.
Looking for a fun leisure activity to partake in while in Kunshan? How about trying out some bowling!? There are 2 locations for bowling in Kunshan; let's take a lot at them:
If you’re looking to shoot your rocks off on the basketball court in Kunshan, here are a list of places that every baller in the city should check out:
I’ve only managed to cycle around Kunshan a dozen or so times since I received my first Giant bike a little over a year ago. Most of the time those ‘expenditures’ have just been to and from work, along with an occasional late night trip to the McDonald’s on Beimen Road. Additionally, I’ve went on a few solo and group outings to the far reaches of Kunshan, including Taicang, Yangcheng Lake, and Suzhou.
KTVs are popular all across China. They are great places of fun for friends and coworkers, as well as one of the more entertaining venues for inducting new people into a group.
Back in 2012 and 2013, Kunshan held its Oktober Festival at Kunshan Civic Park, which is located directly behind the Swiss Hotel on Qianjin Road.
Well, summer has finally arrived and Kunshan is now the hottest it has ever been throughout the entire year. With that in mind, it’s time to pull out your swim trunks, grab your goggles, toss on your hair cap, perform a few quick ab exercises, and head to the nearest public swimming pool around. Let’s take a look at a few options that are available:
Cycling is huge all across China. In fact, did you know that China has the most bicycles in the world?
China is renowned for its martial arts. Tai chi, one of its most popular forms, is practiced throughout parks and public spaces on a daily basis.
Legit massage parlors are readily available across Kunshan. Whether to soothe your aching feet, loosen up your body, or simply unwind, there are a variety of places that will cater to your every need. Massage parlors are also exciting destinations for romantic and adventurous dates, and great places to relax with friends.
If you’re just absolutely yearning to partake in a billiards game such as pool or snooker outside of a bar, Kunshan is loaded with billiard halls in all directions.
Kunshan’s Forest Park is one of the city’s biggest park. Located on the north Westside of Kunshan, on Ma’anshan Road between Hongqi Road and Tiyuchang Road, the park is brimming with beautiful natural scenery and serenity.
If you’re interested in learning MMA in Kunshan, China and are looking to get fit for the summer, make sure to join the new foreign-led MMA training session.
Week Nine Ecology Park is a great getaway spot located on the westside of Kunshan, about 15 minutes past Forest Park.
Kunshan is loaded with movie theaters in every direction; there’s even an IMAX screen on the far Westside of town.
Whether with family, friends, or romantic partners, a scenic boat ride down Kunshan's Loujiang River is a great outdoor excursion to partake in.
If you’re in Kunshan, China and looking for some thrilling leisurely activity to partake in, try heading over to Shimao Plaza for some go-kart racing.
Arcades are a great way to enjoy your night out if you’re looking to have fun and stray away from the normal bar, club and KTV settings.
Kunshan has two roller skating rinks that I’m aware of: One, you’ll find at TESCO Shopping Center, just up the street from Kunshan South Station on Bailu Road. The other is located at Shimao Plaza on the East of Kunshan.
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