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firstly, this is a tourist spot, so you have to be very prepared being stuck close to mostly chinese nationals. the place reminds me closely to Jiufen, the 5 foot way is planted with storefronts selling local delicacies; there is even a pottery studio. nothing...More
It is another Zhongshan Walking street selling almost the same stuff. There are no malls here if you are looking for clean toilet. Do try the waffles made by 2 Canadians who have been here for 4 years. One even working in singapore before. Their...More
Just visited this recreation village after lunch. Tonnes of interesting food stalls on offer. Have you ever seen live sardines in a hot pot restaurant? If not, there are plenty on display. Friendly service and lots of action to be seen!
There is absolutely no quiet time to visit Zeng Cuo An Village, it is quite simply full-on busy every day.
In my honest opinion it has been spoilt, in much the same way as Gulang Yu, and is a victim of its own success.
This is a very touristy area with lots of restaurants / stree food vendors. We had lunch there and the food was good. However, between the Zhongshan Road walking street and Zeng Cuo An Village, you only need to go to one as they are...More