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Ancient city tour

During my business trip, our host took us to visit the old town. The place is nice and well... read more

Reviewed January 10, 2018
rzer
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Ashdod, Israel
via mobile
Fascinating old China experience

Very crowded but most enjoyable small shops and local entertainment. I enjoyed the glass blowing... read more

Reviewed August 20, 2017
KiwiGranNewZealand
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Auckland, New Zealand
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Reviewed September 11, 2014

It's a quaint little street and area of traditional buildings. Fun to explore for a while but nothing outstanding especially if you have spent much time travelling in China. Fun day out.

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Reviewed May 3, 2014

This old street is short but it does have some interesting to see. There is a famous biscuit factory along the street where you can buy the freshly made biscuit at the basement. The wafer thin biscuit is delicious.

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Reviewed April 23, 2012

I've been to the Zhoucun Ancient City several times now, because visit friends and family always seem to want to go. For those just visiting China for the first time it's not a bad quick stop, but in general once is enough.

It's been renovated in the old Chinese city style, but mixed in are too many out of place tourist shops. I don't think old Chinese cities had shops displaying the mask from the Scream movie series in them. They do have some relevant commodities such as pottery and Zhoucun sesame crackers, but heavily marked up.

If you pay money you can enter one of several exhibits located just off the main paths. In my opinion it's worth forking out the money, because that's where you'll be able to snap some photos and perhaps read a bit about the history. During the travel season or certain holidays the streets will also have random performances and events.

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Reviewed November 1, 2011

You can walk around for free or buy a ticket to get into some of the special buildings. Several chinese movies and TV show are shot here. You can spend a whole day just wondering around the streets and snacking

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Reviewed July 15, 2018 via mobile
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