Shěnyáng Imperial Palace
This impressive palace complex resembles a small-scale Forbidden City. Constructed between 1625 and 1636 by Manchu emperor Nurhachi...
Liáoníng Provincial Museum
Three floors of exhibits highlight the region’s art and history, from prehistoric times through the late Qing dynasty. English...
18 September History Museum
There’s an obvious propagandic purpose to this museum, but the hundreds of photographs, sculptures, paintings and dioramas recreates a...
This long-running atmospheric pub is especially popular with expats and has a decent imported beer selection and the usual pub grub....
You can pack a picnic for your travels here or grab a quick bite from the decent food court. Beside the long-distance bus station.
2nd fl, 208 Zhong Jie · interesting places nearby
Lǎobiān Dumplings information
Shěnyáng’s most famous restaurant has been packing in the locals since 1829. It might be resting on its laurels a little, but punters continue to flock here for the boiled, steamed and fried dumplings in an array of flavours: from abalone to cabbage and even curry and plenty of vegetarian options in the picture menu.
The restaurant is on the 2nd floor of the Lǎobiān Hotel, just across from the B1 exit of Zhong Jie metro station.