Over all I must say I was a little bit disappointed, because there is not much to see, there are just many many shops and hot pots. But when you pass all the smelly tofu stands, you can see many beautiful old-style buildings. In the old town itself, there is a variety of gift shops, food and stuff, sometimes you can find very amusing things (seek for little bags with "chinglish" on it or key chains that look like a bowl of noodles). When you go deeper to the streets, you can find many small coffee shops, they are very cozy. The bad thing is definately the "day-light robbery concept", please beware, if you are "laowai" (a foreigner, not Asian), you are like a walking wallet for them, dont let them steal from you and check the prices if you can. And the last thing, Ciqikou is allways crowded, especially on the weekend, it is better to visit it during week.
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