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Address:No.23, Guoqing Lu, Xinsheng Jie, Yangzhou
For those with both a tighter travel budget and a bit of a nostalgic inclination, the Lu Yang Guesthouse is a perfect place for about 50 Yuan a night. The Lu Yang Guesthouse is set down an old alley which makes one feel as if they are visiting the China of a century ago.
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Address:No.559, Wenchang Zhonglu, Yangzhou
The Grand Metropole Hotel is probably the most upmarket hotel in the city, as it caters to most foreign business visitors. All of the expected services and amenities of a luxury hotel are provided, and the friendly staff can also help arrange tours. The restaurant is hard to beat as well with an nicely stocked buffet for only 80 Yuan.
Hours:7pm to 2am-3am
Address:No.8, Fengle Shangjie, Yangzhou
The current frontrunner in Yangzhou’s tiny pub scene is the welcoming Cellar Bar (赛乐酒吧) in the Ye Chun area. A great place to grab a drink (10 Yuan Becks for foreigners) or play pool, Cellar Bar has become a Yangzhou nightlife pillar for a fun mix of locals and foreigners.
Address:No.5, Fengle ShangJie (Yangzhou Binguan), Yangzhou
Come here to dance. The dance floor bounces, lights up, and is always crowded. The club currently offers a buy one get one free deal on Budweiser bottles.
Address:No.33, Huanggong, Wenhe Beilu, Yangzhou
The Palace is large, pulsing, and fun. Head upstairs where the music is generally more suited to Western tastes, or ’danceable’, as the crowd usually stays until the wee hours of the morning. Admission is free, but there’s not such luck with drink specials.
Address:No. 10 Feng Le St.
The Ye Chun Teahouse has been a Yangzhou staple for nearly 200 years. Not only is the teahouse set in one of the prettiest locations in town, along the tree lined banks of the Hu Cheng Canal near the Qian Long Imperial Dock, Ye Chun serves up some of the best steamed Chinese dishes as well.
Address:No. 35 Desheng Qiao, head west down an alley off Guoqing Rd.
The Fu Chun Teahouse is another traditional Yangzhou teahouse & restaurant set down a narrow alley in the old section of town. There is also a second location on Times Square in the center of town. If you can’t make it to Ye Chun, at least make a trip to Fu Chun. The fare here is, like Ye Chun, traditional Yangzhou cuisine.
Address:Siwang Pavillion Lu and Huaihai Lu Intersection
The restaurant saturated intersection of Siwang Ting Road (四望亭路) and Huaihai Road (淮海路) is aptly named “food street.” There are at least twenty large restaurants in the area. Most establishments serve hot-pot (a spicy Sichuan special), which always makes for a fun dining experience. The restaurants are all pretty similar, so you can’t exactly choose wrong.
Address:No. 12 Wenhe North Road
No surprises here at Champion Pizza. They serve pizza, steak, and other Western choices for decent prices and offer a quieter, less smoky alternative to other Chinese restaurants. If anything, the English menu will provide entertainment. Champion Pizza is located on Wenhe North Road between the two big pavilions.
Address:Entire NW part of Yangzhou, south entrance near arched stone Hongqiao bridge
Price:80 yuan (includes Potted Plant Garden)
Slender West Lake is the premier attraction in Yangzhou. The park, lined with willow trees, picturesque pagodas, and loads of history has enough to keep a visitor busy for the entire day. During spring the park is an expansive wonderland of flowers and budding trees. There are few enclosed city parks in China as impressive as this, making Slender West Lake a must visit.