Pyongyang Travel GuideEdit This The best resource for sights, hotels, restaurants, bars, what to do and see
In Pyongyang you will find the greatest choice of hotels and restaurants of the whole country, but even this is not too large. Pyongyang is much different from other major busy and alive Asian capitals. Here, you will not find street hawkers or television sets carried on the backs of bycycles. As a matter of fact, bycycles are not permitted in the main capital. Eating out has to be arranged by your guide, as well as any other activity or visit. If you want to go out in the evening you should try to see a revolutionary opera at the Mansudae theatre. There are good circuses and musical recitals too.
For accommodation there are three hotels for foreign visitors, but you have to ask the governmental travel bureau where to stay. Normally all rooms have private baths and hotels normally have good laundry facilities.
May 31, 2005 change by giorgio