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The street is filled with food vendors of all kinds of foods. Many different kinds of gift items,( I think was cheaper than at the panda center).The street was filled with Chinese tourists as part of Wuhou Temple tour. Have to try some of the...More
This is vibrant pedestrian street which leads to many alley ways with food,benches were locals drink tea and have face masks changing shows and local entertainment.Handicrafts are beautiful.Best to spend a few hours here .
Please make sure you make plans to visit this area. The late afternoon and evening is best for enjoying the lights, the entertainment, and people watching. Lots of shopping, lots of street food, and beautiful architecture.
Jinli Street is pedestrian only. Unfortunately the day we were scheduled to visit, it was pouring rain all day. Despite that we walked through the entire outdoor food stalls and souvenir shops. There were a lot of beautiful local handicraft, art work, and calligraphy shops...More
My girlfriend & I visited Jinli St as part of a group tour. Unfortunately we only had one hour here which was nowhere near long enough to look around. I believe there are other historical places within close vicinity of Jinli St which are also...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... 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.