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I have been here twice and plan to try to come in the early morning on a weekday in the future to see it before the crowds come. This area is filled with attractive and historic buildings which are now restaurants and souvenir shops. It...More
We went there on a sunny morning, which the artistic shops were opened. The area is within the Ming wall, the architecture of the structure are reminiscent of bygone era. There is an art academy within the area and simple eateries that cater to the...More
our receptionist at hotel told us this place is good. we went there, no expectation. turns out this place is so nice, so pretty to take a lot of pictures and relax a bit. recommend you to visit this place anytime you come to Nanjing.
Love the atmosphere of this area . Gives you a complete picture of the art , culture and food . A time honored fried dumpling place here is a must . It's halal lamb fried dumplings . Very famous with the locals and the tourists
I first saw this area from the wall and wanted to see it. It is an original area of housing that has been "updated"in a fairly major way but you can still appreciate the old houses and the beautiful old woodwork. The shops are for...More
We went to Laomen East Pedestrian Street to find a burger place that we found online and when we arrived found that the area is great. It is filled with shops, cafes, restaurants, art and artists, scenic beauty, historic buildings, and is huge.
The view and the architecture of ancient Chinese lifestyle there is awesome. I’ll recommend to visit in the evening because the lighting can illuminate its beauty. You can go there by line 3, get out at wudingmen station and take exit 2 , after that...More
One of Nanjing's more recent attractions, Laomendong looks like an old city quarter, but actually it is all new. It is old only by name. The eastern section is already teeming with shops and restaurants, whereas the western section (the section close to Zhonghua Men)...More