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Reviewed 20 October 2017

A small town located 70 km away from Xian where it has been transformed to a tourist attraction with shops modeled during the Qing dynasty . While the food are mostly spicy and is dedicated to the local taste bud. One item I will highly...More

Thank dcplee
Reviewed 24 September 2017

We had to run the gauntlet of hawker stalls: souvenir, fruit, etc before entering the village. A statue of Chairman Mao attracted a lot of photographers....from China as well as overseas.. I bought an enormous peach for 2yuan, tourist's price I'm sure, but it turned...More

Thank Joan0452013
Reviewed 11 March 2017

Just to add to what others have said, we enjoyed a day visit there today with a Chinese student. We didn't have a car, so we took a "public" bus that left from the big bus station across the road from HanChengLu subway station (#1...More

Thank hrpmrl
Reviewed 7 January 2017 via mobile

A great place to experienced a local culture with lots of local food available. Be prepared with an empty stomach as there are many things you wish to savor from this place. However it is quite a far away from the city of Xian so...More

Thank AmeliaO
Reviewed 30 October 2016

My local friend and her mother invited me to a day trip (today - Sunday) from Xi'an to enjoy the local foods and crafts. I guess we drove for over an hour both ways = around 80kms all told. Many of the earlier reviewers have...More

Thank PAC6017
Reviewed 28 March 2016

This village is not a typical village. The village is transformed to a tourist location selling mostly local delicacies. You can see them selling noodles, lamb stew, apple juice, local pastries and others. There is also a Muslim street which sells similar food but halal....More

Thank CarynKaining
Reviewed 23 November 2015 via mobile

Visited YuanJiaCun Village with a tour group expecting to visit a Mao era village & see a slice of decades past. We had lunch when we arrived at a 'farmer's restaurant' which was OK. Nice food, but nothing special. The building/s that the 'farmer's restaurant'...More

Thank BrisbaneTraveldoctor
Reviewed 13 August 2015

Visited this place today on 13th of August, as one of my Chinese friend took me there, the place is not far from Xi'an. we reached there in one hour by driving car. as we reached there, there were lot of people already there. somehow...More

3  Thank DevMehra1988
Reviewed 9 March 2015

We went Yuanjiacun in a national holiday last year. This place is very near my hometown and about 45 minutes driving time. We spent almost 30 minutes to find the parking space. It’s very crowed and full of people in almost every street. We only...More

Thank Harvey w
Reviewed 24 November 2014

It is just a mock-up commercialised village selling food at much higher prices than in the city. Only go if you don't have the opportunity to roam around in the city as you can find most of the food here. It gets repetitive after awhile.

1  Thank lsparrow
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