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Nanhou Street

North side is Yang Bridge Crossing, south side is Jipi Road, Mawei District, Fuzhou 350015, China
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Traditional Buildings

We always enjoy going there for a walk when we are in town. Don't miss out the side streets. There... read more

Reviewed January 9, 2018
Feliptio21
A must-see when in Fuzhou

Been here twice, once in 2009 and again in 2017. It is a fun pedestrian shopping street set in an... read more

Reviewed November 21, 2017
courtrightkj
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“old style” (2 reviews)
“local food” (2 reviews)
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North side is Yang Bridge Crossing, south side is Jipi Road, Mawei District, Fuzhou 350015, China
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Reviewed January 9, 2018

We always enjoy going there for a walk when we are in town. Don't miss out the side streets. There you find also small cafes and galleries. You also can enter some private owned homes. The main road can become quite crowded at night. https://www.tripadvisor.ch/ShowUserReviews-g297405-d1851046-r552501105-Architectural_buildings_of_Sanfang_Qixiang_and_Zhuzi_Workshop-Fuzhou_Fujian.html#

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Reviewed November 21, 2017

Been here twice, once in 2009 and again in 2017. It is a fun pedestrian shopping street set in an old part of town. Lots of vendors, lots or restaurants. Too many U.S. fast food franchises for my taste (KFC, Starbucks, etc.) but I suppose...More

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Reviewed September 14, 2017

near with Sanfang Qixiang & getting big wooden house with some shop for selling stuff. busy street but not bad. at least keeping same feeling of Sanfang Qixiang & deco also old style. that was ok

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Reviewed April 20, 2017 via mobile

Beautifull place with a lots of souvenirs to buy, cafe, starbucks, kfc, chinese tea,local dried fruits. its a nice place to take photographs.the building made from woods,many red lanterns. Walking here just like travel back to very old chinese era. Walk inside in the middle...More

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Reviewed December 10, 2016 via mobile

A mix of culture and people street! Great place to visit with some villages, to learn a little bit about this interest people and if you want to by some souvenirs and eat a local food... this is the right place! And of course a...More

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Reviewed November 26, 2016 via mobile

It is the so called "old city" of Fuzhou, but definitely not original. A lot of shops and restaurants in this area. Shops are ranging from trumpery shops till shops were you can buy really nice stuff. Several museums are located up here, some of...More

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Reviewed August 11, 2016

an ancient street system. has many shops and stores. always many people on the street. a good place to get souvenirs.

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Reviewed June 24, 2016

Nanhou Street starts from the Yang Bridge and ends at Jipi Road. it is part of the Three Lanes and Seven Alleys and is also one of the ten historical and cultural streets of Fuzhou. A pedestrian street, there are shops selling souvenirs, tea ,...More

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Reviewed April 23, 2016

This place is better know as San Fang Qi Xiang, 三坊七巷 which means Three Lanes and Seven Alleys. This place is tastefully developed into a commercial street. If you get too much of a culture shock, there is also a MacDonald's. Other than the shops,...More

2  Thank AndrewYew
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Reviewed March 29, 2016

Took a metered taxi from my hotel. Tell the drive to drop you at the main gate of Nanhou street. (Tell the hotel staff to tell the driver if you cannot speak Chinese). 南后街 All attractions in downtown Fuzhou can be reached by metered taxi...More

2  Thank KennyQQ
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Nope Chinese do not know the Labour day. So all sites are Open...I‘m pretty sure they are always open, maybe except Chinese New Year, but at this time of the year you don’t want to travel in China anyways
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