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Dongguan Walking Street
Reviewed 12 November 2012

At night or day this is a great place. There is always something the go here. Little stalls to choose from or little places to sit down and eat. Even just a stroll at night to see it all lit up is worth leaving the house.

Thank Ninakins9
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Reviewed 9 November 2012

The only reason we go to the Walking Street is to go to Treasures of Hope. Apart from this its doesnt offer an extensive array of options. Parking is always a problem and can add to the frustration so better to take a taxi.

Treasures of Hope always offers something new and is a great place to pop in and browse if you have a spare hour - its all for a great cause and my kids love the place.

Thank Stevelizhangjun
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Reviewed 26 October 2012

The walking street is just that, in that there is no traffic. The shops differ very little from others in the city. Always crowded the street is quite a long one and it would take a couple of hours to walk it all without going into any shops. The stuff on sale varies from the usual tat to some very nice but expensive goods, mainly clothing. Beware of the counterfeit labels of which there are plenty, sometimes they are of reasonable quality, but mostly they are poorly made. You get what you pay for but always, always barter or risk being ripped off big time.

1  Thank Bob S
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Reviewed 9 July 2012

Lots of music stores! Many people take piano or violin lessons in studios along this street and you can hear them playing. There are many tea shops with very friendly staff that will invite you in to try some tea. Don't be scared to sti down and have tea with them!

1  Thank mycteacher
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Reviewed 11 March 2012

This is a nicely designed shopping area, but there aren't too many shops that you'll want to take a closer look at. Worth it for a stroll if you're in the area, but that's about it.

Thank Sandra B
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