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I went in the evening and it was amazing! I didn’t really barter as the prices were good enough for me.. cheap. The stores a nicely decorated. Most sell silk clothing or knock off silk, fans and desserts! It cost 100¥ for a silk pyjama...More
When you get tired of wandering around the Western Lake, or when you feel like shopping, make your way to the historic Qingfeng Street (清河坊 路), where you can find a variety of local products you'll probably want to take home. The street is full...More
There are a lot of stuffs to buy like toys, souvenirs, snacks and drink and tea. I went at night and many shops are still open around 930pm. It was good to shop for gifts and snacks like traditional dim sum and tea. Worth visiting.
This place is definitely tourist oriented, but if you take the time to check out the little side streets, you can find pleasant little surprises, like hand painted tea cups, or traditional desserts made from glutinous rice and osmanthus flowers. I recommend taking the time...More
Qinghefang, also named Hefang Street, was well preserved by the city authority in making the area similar to ancient environment. There were many restaurants, souvenir shops, local food stalls and other commodities for sale along the street. Worth to stroll around when you were near...More
I find that Qinghefang Pedestrian Street of Hangzhou is similar to a street bazaar and it is pretty tourist orientated. It is unlike the water towns which have more character. However, for those who like to shop, there are plenty of shops for souvenir hunting....More
This wasn't top of our list to visit while in Hangzhou and it was close to our accommodation so we thought we'd have a look. Surprisingly enjoyed it, while it did have the tacky usual tourist junk, if you looked a little deeper we found...More
Qinghefang, also named Hefangjie Street, is a well preserved ancient street in Hangzhou, lined by characteristic shops such as the famous Huqinyutang, Fanghuichuntang and Baohetang TCM stores, Zhuangyuanguan, Wangyunxing and Yangtang (mutton restaurant) Restaurants. There is also a renowned museum – Zhu Bingen Bronze Art...More
I think this was supposed to be a row of historical shophouses.
However, it was completely unenjoyable as the entire street was lined with shop after shop selling the usual poor quality, tacky touristy tchotchkes like 'silk' (most were polyester) scarves, tea, peanut candy, tibetan...More