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Food. Food. Food. There were just so many choices - 2 whole long streets & night time was packed with people. Must try whatever one can eat there. At one end, is the Drum Tower & at night with all the lights, it was beautiful....More
A night market over a long block in Muslim Quarter of Xi’an (plus side streets and narrow alleyways).
Recommend start from the north end of Xihuamen Street, proceed south along Beiyuanmen Street (take offshoots east/west to explore side streets), towards Drum Tower and go east...More
Wandering through the tight Muslim Quarter streets was amazing. Street vendors selling all sorts of goods from souvenirs, hand crafted products and local snacks (whole squid on a stick, lambs feet and pounded candy).
Our guide in Xian took us to Muslim Street. We would not have known on our own to visit. Definitely worth it - a bustling street with interesting food and shopping. Nothing like it in the U.S. or other places in China we've been too....More
Very crowded with local tourists and lots of Muslim food choices. As Xian had been the start of the Silk Route, the locals have been influenced by the Muslim culture and religion, hence this is known as the Muslim quarters and it is also steps...More
This was a very exciting place to visit within the Xi'an wall. There are tons of places to eat some known and/or interesting food and a great place to buy a thing or two. I would bring quite a bit of money if you are...More
This is the second time I’ve visited the Muslim Quarter and it’s really fun to see and try some of the street food. But at the end of the day it really gets annoying when the sellers run up to you and shove snacks in...More
On the way to Xi'an Mosque, there is great Muslim street, and eateries on both side. Unique spicy food of this region primarily from the Muslim community. If you dont have any dietarry restrictions, please try as many things as you can.