What type of recreational facilities are in China?
When we asked people living in China about recreational activities, they mentioned...
"In China, residents enjoy numerous recreational facilities such as parks and gardens, picturesque lakes and rivers, movie theatres, amusement parks, carnivals, sports stadiums, shopping malls, game centres, museums, art galleries, and zoos. Residents can also take advantage of leisurely activities like hiking, swimming, fishing, and golfing. Other popular activities include visiting ancient cultural sites, spas, and public bath houses," wrote a member who made the move to China.
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