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Nanluoguo Xiang, Dongcheng District, Beijing 100009, China
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Dating back about one thousand years, these neighborhoods of narrow, twisting streets represent the "real life" of Beijing, where passageways connect to courtyards of traditional compact homes. Pedicab tours of the hutongs are popular tourist...More
All reviews hutong area cool shops food shops interesting street traditional hutong shopping street drum and bell towers hutong tour souvenir shops chinese tourists subway station few hours walk around rickshaw stroll courtyard china
I felt a bit sorry for our hard working rider but he was very good natured and we tipped him well. The ride itself is lots of fun with plenty of (non dangerous) close calls with other rickshaws. Some great back lane type scenery to...More
This was an interesting experience . It was arranged by our tour guide who is Chinese. I would not have done this on my own. There are two people per cab, and this is really the only way to tour a hutong. The pedicab drivers...More
Nanluoguxiang,here you can see the traditional architecture in Beijing; which has over 740 years history. Though this place is overcrowded by tourist and shop owners are too commercial, but Its a must visit place in Beijing. There is a Indian restaurant, we took lunch there,...More
Plan on taking a bike or letting someone bike you around. Fun location to eat, have a beer, shop and just enjoy the lake, the people and the view!
We had trouble finding the entrance because we took the wrong subway, but we noticed dozens...More
I am going to Beijing on Nov 2018
What street/area in Nanluoguixang can I shop for CHEONGSAM & QIPAO chinese traditional dresses??
I don't want to walk all over the place. I prefer nicer streets and NOT the "run-down/ dirty" streets
This used to be an ancient housing alley which was face lifted & restored into a shopping belt. The ancient architecture are pretty much left intact & transformed to modernity with tree-lined pavements.
Will more than one kilometer to shop & eat till you drop,...More
There are lots of people here - but that’s China!
This place is lovely outdoorsy clean place, just crowded.
Nice good quality stuff - in silver, paper, silk. Seemed like a fixed price place.
Walk around and enjoy the vibe.
Nanluoguxiang is one of the hutongs the government transformed into a bougie shopping street catering to tourists (my mother pointed out a Maoist slogan painted onto a wall that is now near completing its fade into illegibility, which I thought nicely and inadvertently captured the...More
This is a pedestrian only street and a favorite among locals. Lots of small shops and food stalls on the main street and at times can be very crowded. There are alleyways branching from the main street where you could find small cafes and bars....More
Hutong is the local folks residence. There are still some Hutongs near Nanluoguxiang, you may explore by biking or rik-shaw.
The subway station is right next to the attraction. It’s not only a tourist favorite, it’s also a popular hangout spot for local young people....More