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Mantas D wrote a review May 2019
61 contributions38 helpful votes
The area really lives up to the lively market area of a Chinese city. It offers a wide choice of foods to try. As well as, different souvenirs to snatch and bring to your friends and family. Oh boy they do love bargaining.
Date of experience: May 2019
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Norbi S wrote a review Apr 2017
Huizhou, China183 contributions42 helpful votes
After visiting the ancient cultural street like 500meters away, this place just felt empty and sad. It was even holiday so no clue why was it empty. In the cultures street you could barely move, full of shops and people.
Date of experience: April 2017
SmartTraveler wrote a review Feb 2016
Muar, Malaysia625 contributions60 helpful votes
We were in the Gulou pedestrian mall near to the Drum Tower in Tianjin. It has architectural facade dating back to the Ming dynasty. There is a prominent gateway in blue and gold outlines at both the entrances .A golden fibreglass statue of Smiling Fat Buddha adorned the street mall and to bring in prosperity. Most of Gulou Mall stores offer religious paraphernalia for festivals , prayers occasions and chinese calligraphies .There are shops for fortune telling , fengsui ornaments and prayers beads.The mall are decorated with bright red latterns hanging on street poles.At the mall junctions are several bronze figurines of cultural street lifestyle of Old Tianjin. Gulou Mall is another renovated and refurbished street mall common in major chinese cities. Looking at a empty street mall , we wonder where is prosperity without shoppers.. …
Date of experience: February 2016