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Shopping Streets

In china, you will find that it has numerous perfect places to shop. From the roadside stall to the large-scale modern shopping mall, from the common store to a popular supermarket, all of these have different advantages and funny aspects. Meanwhile, bargaining in China can be a fun and social experience but you need to learn more about the inner world of Chines, also as a Chinese saying goes" pratice makes perfect", you need to practice to check your theory.

  • Qinghefang Street

    According to the description of Marco Polo, Hangzhou was the richest city in the world when he visited 800 years ago. At present, Hangzhou is regarded as China’s richest small city. If you visit Hangzhou, Qinghefang Ancient Street is a must-see, which is a tourist-oriented shopping and dining street. It is no doubt that Hanzhou is an old city, and the modern street sits where there were once ric
  • Temple Street

    Originally, the Temple Street is named after Tin Hau Temple, which is located at Yau Ma Tei, Kowloon. Nowadays, it becomes a very famous open air Hong Kong night market, which attracted many visitors. One of the reasons why the Temple Street so well-known is due to the many Hong Kong films set here, including 'The Prince of Temple Street', 'The Mean Street Story', and 'God of Cookery'. Actually, t
  • Shanghai Old Street

    Shanghai Old Street is a wonderful place to explore what Shanghai looks like in old days.Also known as Fangbin Road, Shanghai Old Street is adjacent to Yuyuan Garden. The 825 meter-long street consists of two sections: western eastern and sections. The western section has lots of antique shops, restaurants and teahouses, and the eastern section has kinds of shops including shoe and clothing retai
  • Dongtai Road Antique Market

    Dongtai Road Antique Market,situated in Dongtai Road in the Luwan District of Dongtai, is a famous outdoor market where you can find so many "antiques". Though most of them are fakes, one is inclined to pardon the providers at this quiet special old flea market for any fakery, because Dongtai Road is the only remaining flea market in the Shanghai area which is still devoted to selling antiques. D
  • Jinli Street

    Location of Jinli Street   Chengdu is known for its leisurely ambience. Jinli Street, which is situated to the east of the Wuhou Memorial Temple of Chengdu, is a distinctive representative of this city. Record has it that early in the Qin Dynasty (221 BC - 206 BC), Jinli Street has already been an area famous for baldachin - a magnificent, ornate cloth. During the Shu Kingdom (221-263), it deve
  • Xiushui Street

    Features of Xiushui Street   Xiushui Street is filled with some of the best silk products and an marvelous arrays of name-brand clothes, bags . But few of these famous labels are the real thing despite their extraordinary conformity. Maybe this is the reason why some tourists usually avoid this street but there is still lots of intriguing things to see and to do.  The enjoyment of the place m
  • Wangfujing Street

    Wangfujing Street is one of most fashionable and the largest pedestrian streets in China with two large shopping malls - one each at the two ends of a pedestrian street where often holds exhibitions and shows. There are many outdoor cafes during the summer - a wonderful place to take frozen beer or an ice-cream under a shady umbrella. Wangfujing is regarded as the nuclear hub of whole city and it
  • Dashilan Shopping Street

    Features of Dashilan Shopping Street    Dashilan shopping street is most noted and the oldest ancient shopping street with distinct culture.The dawn of Dashilan shopping street can be traced back to the time of Emperor Xiaozong of Ming Dynasty. During that time, Beijing government prohibited all business activities at night to eliminate brigands and thieves.   History of Dashilan Shopping
  • Binhai Sightseeing Road

    Features of Binhai Sightseeing Road   Binhai Road is quite dazzling at night due to its several colorful lights and its water fountains. On one facet of Binhai Road is that the ocean, with a lower-level, tree-lined walkway. Sail boats dot the seascape along Binhai Road, and therefore the squawking of ocean gulls and alternative ocean birds are often heard. What makes Binhai Road the most charm
  • Tsim Sha Tsui

    Tsim Sha Tsui, which locates in the south of Kowloon Peninsula, is one of the most famous prosperous areas filling with stores, shopping malls, restaurants and office buildings etc. No matter when you walk in the street, you will be confronted by heavy traffic and the crowd of citizens and tourist, but everything is very orderly. The leading Nathan Road with other street radiated from there forme