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Nanluoguxiang

Nanluoguo Xiang, Dongcheng District, Beijing 100009, China
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Dating back about one thousand years, these neighborhoods of narrow, twisting streets represent the "real life" of Beijing, where passageways connect to courtyards of traditional compact homes. Pedicab tours of the hutongs are popular tourist attractions that normally include the Drum Tower, courtyard neighborhoods and Prince Gong's mansion.
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Suggested Duration: 1-2 hours
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Nanluoguo Xiang, Dongcheng District, Beijing 100009, China
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"hutong area"
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"cool shops"
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"food shops"
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"interesting street"
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"traditional hutong"
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"shopping street"
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"drum and bell towers"
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"souvenir shops"
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"hutong tour"
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"chinese tourists"
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"subway station"
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"few hours"
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"walk around"
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"neighborhoods"
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Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

Hutong is the local folks residence. There are still some Hutongs near Nanluoguxiang, you may explore by biking or rik-shaw. The subway station is right next to the attraction. It’s not only a tourist favorite, it’s also a popular hangout spot for local young people....More

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Reviewed 6 days ago

Yes, I was warned it was touristy,but it was touristy in a good way. There were things like postcards available to buy and trinkets. The food smelled great though we didn't stop to eat. We went on a week night around 6 pm and it...More

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Reviewed 1 week ago

Very cool place wanted to look in every little stall but so busy! Worth the visit though I went back for a second visit. Caught the train there with my 10 yr old daughter

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Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

Very nice pedestrian street. Hutongs turned to modern coffee shops and shops. Not real shopping mostly chinese gifts. Very fun. Around the street are hutongs and rikshas, attractions such as temples and old houses of wealthy people, leads to a lake, you could spend alot...More

Thank sw0000
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Reviewed 4 weeks ago

We walked over here after spending the day trying to get to the Temple of Heaven (the site was heavily fortified by security, as it was the day KIM Jong Eun was in Beijing), looking for a quieter area where we could be tourists and...More

Thank RJ M
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Reviewed May 18, 2018

800 year old hutong, once home to the elite, had been spruced up for the Olympics and now 10 years later still retains its charm. At the metro station of the same name, this is a narrow, vibrant, car free alleyway with a wealth of...More

1  Thank AMsays
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Reviewed March 31, 2018

The roads are much better now, having been properly paved so there are no longer potholes everywhere, and there are guards/tourist officials at every branch of the road who you can ask for help. I'm extremely sad however, at the loss of variety in the...More

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Reviewed March 25, 2018

finally starting to check out the Beijing Hutongs. with so many to choose from and having zipped thru some too quickly already, i settled on Nan LuoGu Xiang as a place to restart my wanderings was a great choice! the main street is a pedestrian-only...More

8  Thank VacationTiger
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Reviewed March 4, 2018 via mobile

It was a very cute street, with a lot of small shops and caffes, a few pubs and restaurants. Very crowded since it’s the most populated hutong of Beijing, it’s a must see, perfect for a relaxing walk in a warm evening.

4  Thank Roberta K
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Reviewed February 9, 2018

I came on an insanely crowded night with a couple of friends. While this little "hutong" or old town/ district can get really crowded, it's still incredibly fun to get lost within the little alleyways. There are tons of souvenir shops, and other dainty shops...More

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Phillip G
August 20, 2017|
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Response from County-Hunter | Reviewed this property |
The best subway access is the Nanluoguxiang Station at the southern exit from the Hutong. Nanluoguxiang is on both line 6 and line 8 (the start of line 8).
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Maggiefrench2013
April 13, 2017|
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Response from Jenn_Ding | Reviewed this property |
Hi Maggie. Welcome to Beijing! It depends on how many places they will take you to and how long is the trip. Is it a one-day long trip? How many Hutongs does it include? Is lunch included? The benefit of taking a Hutong trip... More
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