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It's directly accessible from Guang'anmennei metro station on line 7. It's a temple, but does not function as such. No worshipers, no incense and no monks. It's a market set in a temple. I went on a Wednesday, only the indoor vendors were selling. From...More
My local tour guide Peter Zhao suggested we start our day here instead of Panjiayuan on a Saturday of tourism. This is more scenic and picturesque than Panjiayuan, with more locals and more local prices. Great place to buy cheap trinkets, broken pottery, and collectibles...More