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The street is full of things to see and food to try. You can bargain for souvenirs on the side streets and try all sorts of interesting Hui Muslim delicacies on the main road. My husband and I stayed in Xi'an for four days and...More
The Muslim Market is a place enticing all of your senses. The sounds, smells, views, all are amazing! The eateries are fantastic and the market surprising in the items one can purchase. I bought all my Christmas and b-day gifts for family and friends there...More
This place is a wonderful experience at night. So many sights and sounds and smells. Lots of people bustling along, many strange food choices, scooters nearly running you over, bright colours everywhere. A very unique place to visit. So many different food choices.
This is my third visit and finally I came at a time where I could actually walk around freely without worrying about getting pushed and shoved in the back. The vendors here aren’t pushy however and they treat customers respectfully here. They try and sell...More
Wide variety of tastes -- Muslim cuisine with a focus on lamb. Very busy location for street food and restaurants. It gives a very different view of Islamic culture and is very popular. The ancient nature of the city gives this sector a particular cultural...More
Yes, once you are out from the gate (City Wall), when you reenter, you need to pay again. So, make full use of your time to go to all the NSEW gates, quite a distance to walk from one gate to another gate. But, there is no... More
Yes, once you are out from the gate (City Wall), when you reenter, you need to pay again. So, make full use of your time to go to all the NSEW gates, quite a distance to walk from one gate to another gate. But, there is no fees for Muslim street no matter where you enter.