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With a history of more than 570 years, this is definitely the place to be if you want to check out a few hutongs. The different Hutong street has diff features. It can be food, local brands, etc but regardless of which one u go...More
This is a very long car-free street located across the road from Tiananmen Square, with dozens of boutiques and eateries along the entire stretch of the street. Trams are also available (at a fee) to bring you from one end of the street to the...More
Qianmen Street has been recently rebuilt/restored and is very pleasant when walking from the south. However, the real attraction was the older streets on the west side which have lots of restaurants and stores with a huge amount of activity.
Well worth a wander around.
I stayed here when I first arrived in China. I couldn't find a place to buy a local sim-card for my phone. Other than that, Front-Door has everything a traveler needs. Line2-Subway is just a stone's throw away, allowing you to connect to any other...More
Nice place with mix of new and old. Main street is modern looking, with the original Quanjude Roast Duck store, Starbucks, a store selling Peugeot car and a store where one can play VR games!!! Can also get pricey souvenirs like Jingdailan vases and chinese...More
This long shopping arcade is at the front gate of Tiananmen. Enjoy endless souvenir shopping, try out local delicacies & dine on traditional Beijing food all in one place.
Soak in the atmosphere and beautifully restored Chinese architecture too. We even explored the locals living...More
If you’re here for cheap shops, you miss a lot!
On the West side behind the Main Street are full of cheap souvenirs. But right next to it is a huge construction underway call Beijing Fun (北京坊). It’s to restore, rebuild and redesign using old...More
You name it the street or side streets has it. We went every single day it's a little busy but I think it adds to the character of the street, every person we bumped into was more than nice to us and our little baby....More
OK, on the one hand this is just a pedestrianised shopping area but, on the other, it is a lovely, well-preserved historic street. We loved it and, staying just around the corner, enjoyed wandering here with the locals in the evenings. It's a bit touristy,...More