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3 weeks ago
“Very old and interesting”
30 Jan 2018
“very old street, long long ago,”
Nantoudao Street, Daowai Diatrict, Harbin, China
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago

If it is your first time in Harbin, you should visit Lao DaoWai, have a great place that does and sweet sugar food, (cannot remember the name), the area is full of history and one of my favourite places visit.

Thank Terry G
Reviewed 30 January 2018

there are a lot of cloth store,cake store, food store, shop and school, bus, texi. many people like walk to buy many toys in there.

Thank TrailBlazer742265
Reviewed 13 January 2018

Part of the tour took us here... to old Harbin. Not a lot of the shops were open. Not sure if because low season or just no one left. Not sure there is a need to see this place. I have no need to go...More

1  Thank griffinpaul
Reviewed 4 January 2018 via mobile

It’s a travel thru time when you visit this place. Plus is that if you walk off the main walkway, you see the old Harbin architecture, which can be beautiful and majestic. Sadly, a lot of the places are empty due to variety of reasons...More

Thank Wei K
Reviewed 16 April 2017

The place has recently been renovated. It now have many restaurants, tea houses and shops, and even youth hostels. Good for a slow stroll to look at the ancient Chinese buildings and a few western structures. We went on a Saturday morning and next to...More

Thank Franciswon
Reviewed 29 January 2017

VISITED in SEP, OCT, NOV, AND DEC 2016!! The whole street of JING YU portrays the Old Baroque style building that looked like if it was set on fire. On 2nd and 3rd street, you can find pedestrain rd in which a LOT OF MUSLIM...More

3  Thank Laxiaozi08200912
Reviewed 6 January 2017 via mobile

If you only have a limited amount of time l give this a miss. It's being gentrifed and slowly replaced with reproduction and turned into a strip mall H&M is already advertising.

Thank user01293948567
Reviewed 12 November 2016

You can catch the no.1 bus from St Sophia Sq to Lao Daowai for 1 kuai. You can also jump in a traditional motor-tricycle for 10 kuai (so long as the trip is less than 3kms). Once there, there is a large map printed on...More

2  Thank Elilyssar
Reviewed 14 September 2016

Right now it is hard to judge the "restored" part of Daowai (or China Baroque History Culture Scenic Area 老道外中华巴洛克历史文化景区 as it is called officially) since it is not fully open yet. The developers probably think they build something like Shanghai's Xintiandi. I am not...More

Thank Johan N
Reviewed 1 September 2016

Walking in this old baroque style area of Harbin is fantastic, it's like traveling through time and history. Nothing much left of the glory once this quarter of Harbin had. But it's worth walking and watching, excellent for photography. We took a taxi from central...More

1  Thank stevie0020
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