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It was raining when we went so we only rode the cable car ride which takes you over the whole place. We did see the Christ Redeemed statue, pyramids and upside down house. It all looked kind of interesting and we would have walked through...More
Reviews here certainly built this place up to be a laugh riot and we were severely disappointed. If you've spent time outside North America or Europe before you'll find nothing all that shocking or hilarious about this place. Worth a visit if you have some...More
This place is unusual for a Chinese funfair. It is built as a homage to everything foreign, but only the Chinese's perception of foreign. As is usual ongoing maintenance is never high on anyone's list of priorities in China so you will find it fairly...More
wow, i can't believe foreigner street isn't bold-faced in guidebooks or ranked higher here on tripadvisor. if you're into off-beat places, appreciate odd humor, and want to have an awesome time for virtually pennies, come to foreigner street. to a westerner, it's so horribly tacky...More
This place is weird. There is no other way to explain Foreign Street. It is a Chinese interpretation of different foreign cultures. None of it makes sense to a Westerner but that is what makes this place so fascinating. Everything is just off and that...More
Never go there! Unless you want nausia and a massive head ache. This is one of the most poorly conceived theme parks of all time, and it has nothing to do with Foreigners by the way...
The place is loud, dirty, crowded, and tasteless. Skip...More
I have to second Jason's recommendation. Foreigner's street is a great break from scenic spots and historic places in China. It is an absolute glorious mess. Although originally designed to attract foreigner vendors through rent discounts and such, there are no foreigners left on Foreigner's...More
It is kind of like somebody saw "Windows to the World" in Shenzhen (a theme park recreating famous landmarks) and wanted to build their own in Chongqing... except they only had about $100 to do it. I'm still not sure if it was intentionally built...More