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Ways to Experience Jinli Pedestrian Street
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All reviews food stalls wuhou temple souvenir shopping rabbit worth a visit local snacks lots of shops skewers for sale buy souvenirs stalls selling old style ancient china few hours couple of hours walk around noodles
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Reviewed today

This street was extremely colourful with attractive shops and stalls selling all manner of souvenirs. We visited it early evening and there was a lovely ambience throughout.

Thank Elizabeth B
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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

Lots of stores for local products like Sichuan delicacies, street food, tea. At the top, there is a Starbucks too. Visit late evening when there it is lighted up with lanterns.

Thank lilyrosemary
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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

Made the mistake of going during National Holiday week. This is a popular destination in Chengdu. Incredibly crowded. Will return when the tourists are gone in midwinter.

Thank estuite
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Reviewed 2 days ago

The very busy place mostly Chinese from other provinces. Interesting choice of street food and souvenirs.

Thank Rudi Z
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Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

It was cold. It was raining. But it didn’t dampen our spirits. Nice and quaint place to try the strangest food like pig’s brains and rabbit heads. Lotsa Local bites and finds. Great place to buy souvenirs.

Thank tinkilily
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Reviewed 3 days ago

Looked newly renovated and filled with Sichuan snack food. Most stalls are stocked with similar food. Good for the adventurous who want to snack on rabbit's heads and other deep fried spicy food. They do cater to those who aren't used to spicy food too.

Thank shirlng
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Reviewed 6 days ago via mobile

After returning from a fabulous hiking adventures to Chendu we took the rail to Jinli. I found it very interesting with hot candy blowing in to animals & figurines. The food was a awesome taste of local culture. I tried many different dishes & purchased some gifts for friends. A very nice way to spend the evening

Thank 463lenar
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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Nice historic area of old buildings and so many snack shops. Just loved the pineapple rice and lamb skewers. You can also have tea and watch a brief mask changing show for 30 yuan, and so close to the actors.

Thank Gordon T
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Reviewed 1 week ago

A whole area full of shops, cafes and restaurants. Although newly built, gives a taste of china. Most visitors were young people and walking around was a very interesting experience. Doesn't stay up late.

Thank Konstantinos K
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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

I like the ancient buildings. Like to look at the decorations of some of the shops, food stalls selling varieties of food & pick up few to try. Can easily spend 2-3 hours in this place. I like the silk fans so beautiful but too expensive. If tired can drop by the tea house to watch “face change” show which takes 30 mins, 1 hour based on the price. Some offer free tea some have to pay.

No entry fee is required. This place quite crowded suggest not to go too late and weekends.

Thank JosephineS577
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