Top things to do in Nánchāng

Top Choice Bar in Nánchāng

Helen's

Helen's large tables and booths fill with groups of young and well heeled Chinese playing drinking games, smoking hookah pipes, dancing to hip hop and house, and eating delicious miniburgers. It's dimly lit, very fr…
Top Choice Asian in Nánchāng

Kǎlúnbì Kāfēi

This modern cafe-restaurant, with a charming lakeside location inside Bāyī Park, does fresh coffee (¥40), Chinese tea (¥90) and imported beer (¥30) as well as good quality food. The steaks (¥100 to ¥200) are expensi…
Village in Nánchāng

Luótiáncūn

This rarely visited, 1100-year-old village, its uneven stone-flagged alleys etched with centuries of wear, provides a history-laden rural escape from urban Nánchāng.A lazy amble around the village will take you thro…
Cafe in Nánchāng

1923 Zuǒàn Cafe

This Parisian-themed bar-cafe on the shopping street of Minde Lu is remarkably cool for a second-tier Chinese city. The owner has sourced antiques and bric-a-brac from across Europe to create an intimate, kooky vent…
French in Nánchāng

Le Bistro 100

It's not totally French, but you're in the middle of China, so be grateful that you can vary your cuisine. Pull up a seat at this small restaurant and order beef, fish and chicken dishes of the utmost quality. The w…
Park in Nánchāng

Bāyī Square

Where the Communist Party first insurged, you'll now find groups of Chinese, young and old, walking, dancing, hawking and laughing throughout this popular park in the heart of the city. Best enjoyed just after dusk …
Jiangxi in Nánchāng

Cháimǐ Yóuyán

Dishes at this clean, comfortable restaurant include Jiāngxī specialities such as jiàng huáng niú ròu (酱黄牛肉; spicy stir-fried beef), lǎo huǒ mèn yā (老火焖鸭; duck stew), chì tāng guì yú 翅汤桂鱼; mandarin fish soup) and tà…
Monument in Nánchāng

Téngwáng Pavilion

This nine-storey pagoda is the city’s drawcard monument, first erected during Tang times, but destroyed and rebuilt no less than 29 times, most recently in 1989. Traditional music performances are played on the 6th …
Cafe in Nánchāng

Caffé Bene

Spacious branch of the stylish Korean coffee chain. Does good coffee plus a small selection of Western food, including Belgian waffles and ice cream. Free wi-fi.
Chinese in Nánchāng

Bōcài Yīnle Chúfáng

Who knew the green leafy vegetable could be so versatile? Don't worry, it's not all Popeye at 40 paces at this help-yourself eatery; pork appears regularly and the nonalcoholic juices and iced teas are delicious.