most wooden houses are gathered arround railway station and bus station. in front of railway station, there are 1st street, 2nd street and 3rd street, where you can find many wooden houses in varied shape.
You may be skeptical of a Russian, Mongolian, and Chinese dance dinner show, but this one's actually worth the little extra. It's Y60 a person for dinner and entertainment. We had low expectations for dinner, but it actually turned out to be quite good. The food was mostly Russian, with a bit of Chinese influence. Be sure to reserve early as the show fills up. While you eat you can watch energetic Russian and Mongolian dancing as well as Chinese folk songs. If you have an evening free, this is a great way to spend it.
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If you must have A/C, this may be the place for you. We didn't stay here, but we came here several...more
i just pass by it and can not afford it for a night. but i like the building. i think the decoration...more
No.4 Xinghua Road, Manzhouli, Inner Mongolia, 021400, China
No.8 Xinhua Road, Manzhouli, Inner Mongolia, 021400, China
No.8 Haiguan Road, Shibei District, Manzhouli, Inner Mongolia, 021400, China
No.141 Zhongsu Street, Manzhouli, Inner Mongolia, 021400, China
No.12 Building, Xinshiji Block, Manzhouli, Inner Mongolia, 021400, China
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it is hard for me to find a featured resturant in manzhouli. on 7:00, i left my hotel and walked on the commecial street. there are many russian and i can not understand what they speak and the store signs on the building. i went into a resturant, the waitress told me, all seats were reserved. then, the other one, waitress said it is for russian. i told her i want to eat western food. she gave me a menu and rushed to gate to welcome russian customers. i read a long time but can not understand one word on the menu. i m so sad can not find a resturant to taste russian food:(
Let's Go gives Hulun Lake a thumbs up, saying "For those seeking wild beauty, tourist-free open spaces, and pink quartz-like rocks for souvenirs, the lake is very much worth the long journey." Er....not quite. If you like groady lakes filled with middle aged men in speedos and overpriced restaurants, then this lake is for you. Otherwise, skip a walk along the lake and instead walk along the grasslands surrounding it.
Unique Suggestions: Take a walk in the grasslands -around- the lake. There's no one there and it's a lot prettier than the junky beach.
there is a large sino-russo exchange market near the nation's gate. i expected to buy some russian goods, such as camera, lens, artcraft... eventually, i was dissappointed. no russian seller inside, only buyer. some russian suvenior stores sell so-called russian stuffs. i think they are made in china.
Favorite thing: All the guidebooks say go to Manzhouli to see the grasslands. Don't. Go to Manzhouli to see the Russian influence and the friendly, Russian speaking Chinese people. If you want to see the Hulun Buir Grasslands, go to Manzhouli's neighbor Hailar and see the beautiful grasslands from there.