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Nice area and many old buildings around, a good place to found some small interesting things, lastly you may go to the riverside area with some Chinese and western cafe, good restaurants are easy found inside the old shopping arcades.
Good place to shop and at night its a nice place to walk. Very pretty! Also, theres a museum inside this road which is free to all visitors. Has both chinese and English translations of the history of Zhongshan. Inside the museum gives a timeline...More
I would suggest you to walk around there in the evening when it is not that hot and humid. You can kill some time there doing window shopping and try out some street food. Good thing that no motor vehicles are allowed in the entire...More
Every time we have family or friends visit, we take them to "walking street." Although most of it is just typical mall-like shops, there are a few great vendors set up under tents along the pedestrian-only street, such as the Pearl Man. He's great! Freshwater...More
I went there during the CNY period, so most of the shops were close and not so crowded, alot of bargains hunting, food, cafe, also some history about the area, should be very crowded after the Chinese New Year (CNY)
We passed this street on the way to a restaurant. The buildings are nice but it is a noisy street and not really pedestrian. Motorcycles are working their ways through the masses. Shops are all alike and most sell clothes. Towards the East part of...More
We were taken here by our friend while in Zhongshan, It's an outdoor pedestrian street with many shops all selling the same things, mostly women's clothing, some younger men's clothing and shoe stores, not much there and would not recommend.