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Crazy. People everywhere you go and look. It is amazing. There are lots of people buying, drinking, eating and you name it... But it was in August, so it was ok, nice weather and it was not raining. I wonder what it is like during...More
Decent selection of shops and food offerings.
Nice walking area and fairly clean.
Did not see much in the way of traditional wares more like department stores.
Food was mor like fast food stalls.
Did come upon s drink shop that had some kind of...More
I was actually disappointed during my trip here. I walked from my apartment in Tiandi...the walk was the most fascinating part of the day (as it usually is in Wuhan!!) Lots of little shops and things to see, and my favorite part of the culture...More
If you need to shop for international (including chinese) brands this is the place to go to. It is quite happening at night and lots of local young people come here to shop. However it is not that different from all the shopping streets found...More
I came here only because this is where some western colonial buildings survive. They did, barely. What I mostly found was a pedestrianised shopping street with a huge number of brandname shops, the majority of which sold fashionwear. Nothing really interested me.
The walking street...More
There are many different shops mostly top brands but some at excellent prices. There are all sorts of people shopping or just milling about. There are street performers just to add to the atmosphere. It was a safe place to be late at night.
Spent about an hour wandering around this shopping street. Lots of stores and several places to get a quick snack. We walked from the Xunlimen Metro station to the 1920's architecture along the main road (Yanjiang) near the Yangtze River. There is a pedestrian walkway...More