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Maybe cos it was a quiet evening but the shops feels very touristy too. its quite a short walk,not too big of a place.
Behind this street is hou hai . An area with water in the middle. Nice walk and can take photos. When...More
There seems to be hundreds of busy, bustling shops through this street walkway. There was shops that would cater for all kinds of treats, snacks, or whatever was needed. There were so many different types of food stalls around, selling things from ice creams, to...More
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We didn't have alot of time for souvenir shopping in Beijing so we were glad to come upon this area. It's nicely done in and old fashion way. We picked up some inexpensive fans which were more than twice the price at the Great Wall....More
honestly everywhere in beijing souvenir shopping is so expensive esp near the tourist attractions.
i did my full shopping for souvenirs from here.. lots of shops. lots of options. plus beautiful to walk around in the evenings. there is a lake at the end of...More
It is a hutong, there are plenty of public toilets ( as people living in hutongs do not have toilets in their homes). This area has been done up for the tourist, there are bars with live music( some pretty old style) plenty of shops...More
This little street is just a few meters away from the Drum and Bell Towers and the hutong areas.
I went here on two occasions during the day and during night time. I'd preferamd suggest this place to to cap your day to relax and...More