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All reviews food stalls wuhou temple rabbit souvenir shops worth a visit local snacks for sale skewers old style ancient china few hours couple of hours walk around noodles sichuan opera face changing tea house
The variety of stalls made this a much more interesting market. Unusual fresh fruit and cooked pork dishes were abundant as were Chinese crafts.There was also a craft beer bar! It felt very safe walking around even as night fell.
Many food stalls and restaurants serving a variety of Sichuan specialities as well as drinks and snacks. The authentic Chengdu experience that is worth wandering around for several hours. Discovered tea restaurant on a patio with entertainment and chairs for a brief rest. Many shops...More
I visited Jinli street in the evening when it was already dark outside and they had lit the red lanterns. It was beautiful. Easily one of the highlights of my visits to Chengdu. Beautiful buildings, delicious street food, and lovely restaurants. I really enjoyed my...More
The old buildings are worth looking at but its a commercial street. Restaurants shops tons of tourist. Kudos if you can snap a photo without anyone behind you. some souvenirs are cheaper than in Chunxi st. lots of street food.
Visited Jinli Street twice, once at night and once in the day. The street has authentic looking buildings, but some modern looking shopfront simply spoil the authenticity of the street.
There are craft kiosks / shop around. But I think the best part of Jinli...More
A branching network of alleys emanating Chinese cultural dance, craft, cuisine and tea gardens next to the famous Wuhou Temple, this ancient city is replete with an ancient street decorated with Chinese lanterns, wooden façade and traditions rooted in history.
This is CHENGDUs famous history...More
What an interesting location. A collection of shops, restaurants and street food. Very busy at the time we went. A very large assortment of street food and unfortunate for us we went right after lunch. Great spot to pick up some souvenirs.
Only just seen the question, so sorry about late reply. Its a major tourist attraction, so any taxi driver will know, but as others have said, get your hotel receptionist to write it in chinese. FORGET about Googling... More
Only just seen the question, so sorry about late reply. Its a major tourist attraction, so any taxi driver will know, but as others have said, get your hotel receptionist to write it in chinese. FORGET about Googling anything out there - western apps are pretty much all blocked by the Great Firewall. VPN ok in hotel, but useless on the move via phone.