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All reviews local snacks shops selling architectural style chinese culture cheap souvenirs arts crafts jade carvings shop houses open market great place for shopping steamed dumplings chinese new year food vendors worth a visit culture street window shopping nice place to visit
This might be worth a brief visit if you were nearby and needed an engraved seal to stamp documents, or some t-shirts.
The layout is traditional and there’s a bell tower in the centre, but little interesting to see or buy.
I liked this market. I bought shoes and gifts for family and friends back home. You can bargain for deals in most of the shops. The bathrooms here are the traditional eastern style which is no toilet, just a ground level hole. I was with...More
We did a 1/2 day tour of TianJin. As it was cold and raining, we did a fast walk through the area. Not many people were there as such. F&B establishments and shops selling nick nacks abound. The shops were closing earlier due to cold...More
Maybe I've been to too many of these tourist spots - it takes a lot to get me enthused. The evening I went was cold, so that didn't help. The trinkets on sale are the usual dross; a mixture of kitsch crap and plastic rubbish....More
My friends and I went to the ancient cultural during the golden week of China. There were a lot a lot of people, but we still had fun. We get to try many street food and they were all awesome and clean. Also we get...More
I was there on a Wednesday so I can't answer definitively. However, being China, they will be on the look-out to make as much money as possible. Closing on a Sunday is primarily a western (Christian) concept. Having... More
I was there on a Wednesday so I can't answer definitively. However, being China, they will be on the look-out to make as much money as possible. Closing on a Sunday is primarily a western (Christian) concept. Having travelled extensively throughout China for both business & pleasure over the past 20 years, I can attest that unless it's Lunar New Year (Feb) or Golden Week (early Oct) pretty much everything is open.