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You have busy an you have busy.... the streets are really full of people. But when you enter a place.... like ants, unbelievable! But on the other hand. Its fun to see it! (One time)
Get a coffee, there is a terrace in the middle...More
Was there again and was just as great. There is an amazing shoe store i came back to, great pajamas to buy, my daughter loved the chilled coconut with a straw drink, and there is something for everyone, grown up and kids. Its open sat...More
While this is bit grubbier than Beijing Lu walking Street, it's a great experience to wander along and watch the continuous stream of locals out on a stroll, or shopping in the 1000s of outlets.
Its noisy as it gets with just about everything making...More
if you are looking for a budget friendly shopping aside from Beijing Lu while in guangzhou, might as well visit Shangxiaju Pedestrian Strret. You can find almost everything in this street at a very low cost.
Some of the usual brands are still available but other small stores along this street has plenty on sale for cheaper. Lots of shoe shops but we did have a problem with larger shoe sizes, but great prices to be found! Lots to look at...More
This pedestrian only street has many food stalls and shops selling lots of things. Must try is stinky tofu. The salesgirls eagerly attracted passers by to come in to their shops by singing uncontinuously songs and makes this area becomes alive and loud.
Shops selling somewhat the same types of clothing but most were at a reasonable price. Though bargaining might work, but not all vendor responded well to it. The layout of the streets look like Taiwan’s night market.