Area Attractions

Our hotel, situated in the heart of Changchun, makes it easy for guests to visit the popular tourist attractions or museums and the nearby shopping destinations in the city. Explore all of the nearby things to do in Changchun when you stay at Hyatt Regency.

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Hyatt Regency Changchun

3233 Renmin Street, Chaoyang District
Changchun, China, 130061

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Outdoor Activities

Jingyuetan National Forest Park

Named after its crescent shape, Jingyuetan boasts a range of scenic views which vary in hue and color depending on the season. Jingyuetan is an ideal place for a spring outing, summer holiday day trip, autumn sightseeing, or winter sports.

South Lake Park

The south lake park is located in Changchun city with total area of more than 2.22 million square meters, as a national park in the city.

Changchun Worlld Sculpture Park

Changchun World Sculpture Park was built in 2003 and covers an area of 92 hectares, making it the world's largest sculpture park in an urban center. It displays contemporary sculptures and covers various genres in the art form. .

Arts & Culture

Bo Re Temple

In 1923, Buddhism's Tendai Zhanshan Master came to Changchun to preach the Heart Sutra. He built Bo Re Temple, the largest Buddhist temple in Changchun. It consists of a Buddhist hall, a drum tower, a bell tower and a depository of Buddhist sutras.

Changchun Movie Wonderland

Changchun Movie Wonderland is a movie-focused theme park that showcases the world’s most advanced special effects-driven movies. It boasts five cinemas with different special effects, including 3D IMAX, 4D, laser suspension, dynamic fulldome, and orthogonal multi-screen.

Museum of the Imperial Palace of the Manchu State

Museum of the Imperial Palace of the Manchu State is a museum created out of the Manchukuo Palace where the last Qing emperor Aisin Giorro Puyi lived. It is one of China’s three existing palace sites. It witnessed Japan’s military occupation of Northeast China.