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This a very reasonable priced market and yo can find almost anything here, Bargain for the best deals you will come across the stern Shop owner here that wont give a discount but you will find what you looking for.
This is a pretty little street split in two by a major road. You can get to both sides by a foot bridge. It appears to go in to neighborhoods on each side. Fun area to explore and shop.
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Our accommodation was near here so we were required to walk through it everyday. It was a really nice looking street, grab some nice street food every now and then or toffee covered fruit on a stick. Worth a look.
I took the subway there and spend several hours walking the street and visiting the museums in it. It was such a peaceful and tranquil area particularly compared to the noisy streets of Beijing. I did not buy anything, just stopped with my eyes and...More
Loved this place.
Easy to walk around and shop till you drop.
Lots of fun browsing the wide variety of shops. There is a great little side street for street food.
Had a lot of fun and found some cool gifts.
Highly recommend this area...More
I stumbled on this street while trying to get back from Sogo to my hostel. I ended up buying a bunch of copied watercoloured paintings by a woman’s husband. The small ones were 25 RMB and the bigger ones were 50 RMB. She spoke enough...More
Charming Liulichang is often bypassed these days by tourists who are drawn to the hipster dazzle of Nanluoguxiang, the old hutong neighborhood that has been renovated and gentrified, and it does have its charms! But Liulichang stands in its faded glory as the place to...More
A very nice small old street with 2 types of small shops . Antique shops and artist tools , mainly special hand made painting brushes of all sizes and types . Very unique. Also paintings galleries. Very interesting . Bargaining common practice here.
Although there is nothing but art supply shops it was still worth going. The street is beautiful and you can explore the narrow streets around it and see the hutongs with or without a riksha. You can walk towards that pedestrian shopping area in qianmen...More