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Nice waffles

It is another Zhongshan Walking street selling almost the same stuff. There are no malls here if... read more

Reviewed 19 May 2018
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A culinary journey that should surprise and delight...

Just visited this recreation village after lunch. Tonnes of interesting food stalls on offer. Have... read more

Reviewed 24 March 2018
Hong Kong
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Reviewed 1 week ago

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

Thank Clairbeartan
Reviewed 19 May 2018 via mobile

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

Thank 453lens
Reviewed 24 March 2018 via mobile

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!

1  Thank AAinHongKong
Reviewed 4 March 2018 via mobile

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. Many,...More

3  Thank xmroots
Reviewed 20 December 2017

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

2  Thank moumou199
Reviewed 4 December 2017 via mobile

this place is definitely overrated. It’s so crowded. The food is just so so especially later after I visited Zhang Shan Lu.

Thank Min C
Reviewed 23 October 2017 via mobile

Went at night for a quick walk, very busy very touristy, a lot of small shops and street food stores, but repeatitipve, some small cafes looks good but didn't have chance to try out, quite interesting place to visit, better than Gulangyu island which is...More

Thank Lei D
Reviewed 27 November 2016

Since it is too much commercialized, the shops, snack bars etc were shouting at passengers constantly, which travellers were deeply annoyed. We escaped from this strange place within 5 minutes.

1  Thank Lutzvi
Reviewed 8 August 2016 via mobile

We went there for the local seafood but finding the restaurant took us through the winding narrow lanes filled with plenty of local food, Taiwanese snacks (as Xiamen is very close to Taiwan), souvenirs, clothings, sweets, pottery. It was super hot that evening, crowded and...More

1  Thank savvy8200
Reviewed 4 August 2016

There is no interest at all in this "village". It's not a village, it is just a huge street food / fish spa / shop and tourist trap. It's horribly crowded, the music is too loud and the food doesn't even look good. Don't go...More

1  Thank Lucie G
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