About Visiting China & Changsha
Our Clinic City of Changsha has 7 million people and all the creature comforts you're used to in your own country. Open the main categories below and read the articles inside to discover what an interesting place we live in, and how your visit to our Clinic can also give you the experience of a lifetime once you explore the food, culture and many places of interest..
Changsha has a wealth of food establishments, more than sufficient for all main world food styles and budgets. You can eat at at upmarket, more expensive restaurants, or right down to budget restaurants that charge peanut prices. If you've opted for accommodation that includes in-room cooking, there's an article in this category for finding the supermarkets nearby the Clinic.. One BIG word of warning - Hunan Province (Changsha is the capital) is one of the "Chilli Provinces". You'll have to choose your restaurant no matter what price level and be careful about seeing the dishes first if you want to avoid the ridiculous amounts of Chili they might contain (up to 50%).. It's usually hot, bitter Chilli and not at all recommended for a Prostatitis sufferer, let alone the normal Western stomach..
Most of our Patients stay for around 40 days depending on their specific treatment schedule. After a few days of settling in, it's time to get out and about and fill the day with lots of interesting things to do. Open this category and read the articles inside and discover nearby places to go and things you can do..
In addition to the many places of interest to occupy you during the day, Changsha is a hotbed of life at night in the many bars and night clubs.. Look inside this category for addresses and a few demonstration movie clips. For those who prefer a quieter pace of life, most accommodation units near the Clinic normally include a DVD player and the Clinic has a supply of tons of interesting Movies for people to watch in the comfort of their home unit.
After a couple of weeks of exploring Changsha city itself, many of our patients venture out on day trips to the many landmarks within easy reach. Unique landscape forms and quaint villages seemingly from a bygone era await the visitor; travel is cheap especially if you are prepared to do the planning and travelling unaided. For those concerned about a language barrier, a notebook of specific phrases in written Chinese characters to be shown whern necessary is all that's needed..