Fabulous area but one review below says jianbing 25rmb. If you pay this there you are being RIPPED OFF. Jianbing should be about 7rmb, and never more than 10 unless adding an ‘extra’ like chicken stri...
Nanluoguxiang is an old street snack. Very crowded. We can buy so many snack like jianbing 25rmb. Beijing kaoya 30rmb. Crab 30rmb, pig leg, etc. There is a miniso too. There are many restaurant along ...
Nanluoguxiang is a place where different shops are lined up like an old street. Items range from clothing, shoes & home decors to toys such as third-party LEGO blocks and retro-style tin toys. There a...
Beijing Net Red Punch Card - Nanluoguxiang
Address: Nanluoguxiang Hutong
, Dongcheng District, Beijing Time: Open all day
Mew travel, the first time the emperor arrived, came to the old Beijing Hutong turn
Yesterday just arrived from the magic to the Imperial Capital, just began to feel the temperature can still accept, but the more I later realized the cold here. But wear less, outdoor cold, wear more, indoors is hot, winter wear is so easy and embarrassing.
Today I want to go to Nanluoguxiang Hutong to turn around. The subway is really scared by the "people in the crowd" on the main road, and it is especially commercial, not the atmosphere I like. Immediately without hesitation, turn to the path on the side. There are a lot of people at once, and there is no such serious commercial atmosphere. The neatly arranged gray bricks and tiles are particularly beautiful under the blue sky and white clouds. But it was too cold, just stroll around and hurry back to the room.
Such a quiet Nanxun is rare? ?
Well, this is my shot at around 6:30 in the morning, a rare quiet
no bustling tourists, only walking the dog residents and people who go to work to go to school, see the online evaluation of Nanxun is "fashion" Combined with tradition, old and new experience"
But for me, or for people living nearby, just feel more and more business, more and more business, the more Come to Vietnam business
If you say a few years ago, about four or five years ago, there are some old Beijing snacks, although not authentic, but there are still some
I am afraid it is really no, whether it is snacks or Shops, I have seen similar or identical in all the ancient towns in China.
Nanluoguxiang is now completely a scenic spot
want to go to the attractions to punch in, or drink and listen to the songs to have fun, come here Very good
But looking for old Beijing to eat or see the old Beijing style, this is really wrong
is better to go to the side of the Nanxun branch to go around, although not so lively, but a lot of Hutong is still quite Beijing
The tree in winter is slightly fading. It seems to be the clear stream in the lively Nanluoguxiang. Quiet~
Nanluoguxiang is located in Dongcheng District, Beijing. It is one of the oldest neighborhoods in Beijing and has the most complete courtyard in Beijing. Area. Nanluoguxiang runs from north to south and is about 800 meters long. There are 8 hutongs in the east and west. With the relatively intact Yuanfang Lifang pattern and the famous Ming and Qing Dynasties, Nanluoguxiang survived in the Hutong demolition.
In the past few years, people with foresight have seen business opportunities, rented houses along the street, and opened up a variety of unique style shops. The old and new mixed-races of the Yuan Dynasty are reborn, and global tourists love to come to this "lost Beijing."
Nanluoguxiang is just a few old alleys. There are many more simple alleys around it. It has not been transformed, it is the most authentic look. Such as Maoer Hutong, Bean Hutong, South Downs Hutong and so on.
We walked around and just passed through the alley and went to Shichahai.
Located in the center of Beijing, Nanluoguxiang is a hutong filled with bourgeois sentimentality and old Beijing charm. It is also one of Beijing's fashionable destinations. Here, numerous art and literary specialty shops congregate, as well as a large variety of snack kiosks. Young people, especially the artistic ones, regard it as a must-see destination in Beijing. In the small alleys along the main street of Nanluoguxiang are the former residences of many famous Chinese people. Among them are the mansion of nobleman Sengge Rinchen of the Qing Dynasty and the former residence of the last Empress Wanrong.