The 10 most worthwhile old streets in China are all delicious food paradises. How many have you been to?

time:2022-09-24 23:39:33 source:kilakilavilla.com author:Snow and ice
The 10 most worthwhile old streets in China are all delicious food paradises. How many have you been to?

In China, it seems that every city has an old street with a story. The unique atmosphere of the old street, the smell of fireworks, the customs and people's feelings have slowly fermented over the long years, and finally evolved into the taste of hometown. They are a window into a city and have even become a popular tourist attraction. In this issue, I will share the 10 most worthwhile old streets in China. They are still a paradise for foodies. Let’s see how many you have been to. 1. Chengdu·Jinli Jinli is an antique commercial street, which represents a way of life of Chengdu people. It attracts tourists from all over the world to taste snacks and experience Chengdu folk customs every day. Here, you can admire the craftsmanship of kneading clay figurines and placing sugar paintings, and you can also visit shops with the characteristics of the Three Kingdoms. There are also a variety of Chengdu specialty snacks, cold cakes, buckwheat noodles, three cannons, beef burnt cakes, yellow glutinous rice grains, sugar and oil fruits, husband and wife lung slices, etc. On this ancient street, there are also various tea houses, cafes, bars, inns, etc. that can be seated at any time. Every time at dusk, the lights will be lit, and the night is also the most beautiful time in Jinli, which is quite charming and especially suitable for taking pictures. Transportation: Take No. 77/82/335/334/G97 and get off at [Wuhou Temple Station]. 2. Changsha · Taiping Old Street Taiping Old Street is located in the Wuyi Square business district of Changsha, and it is the original street preserved in the ancient city of Changsha A street with the most complete alley pattern. Behind the huge stone gate, there is a strong Xiangchu style, which has been crowded with people for thousands of years. In this old street, there are Jia Yi's former residence, Changhuaijing, Mingji's palace west archway and other historic sites, as well as old houses with blue tiles and white walls. Taiping Old Street is also one of the most popular food gathering places in Changsha. Almost everyone in Changsha who loves food has come here. Authentic Changsha stinky tofu, cakes with sugar and oil, sugar dumplings, crayfish, barbecue, fried skewers, milk tea, sixty-nine powder, etc. can all be eaten. If you want to try the online celebrity shop, you can go to Huji Fried Fried Fried and Wen He You Lao Changsha Fried Club to check in. Come here, anyone will fall in love with this authentic Changsha taste! Transportation: Take bus No. 11, 145, 18, 308 and get off at [Jia Yi's Former Residence] stop 3. Xi'an Huimin Street Huimin Street is a gathering area for the Hui people in Xi'an. Composed of several streets such as Sheep Market, Dapiyuan, and Sajin Bridge, it is a must-see when you first arrive in Xi'an. This is the most flamboyant place in Xi'an, and it is also the place where Xi'an food is concentrated. There are a dazzling array of snack shops on both sides of the street, and you can experience the profound cultural heritage here while eating delicious food. Nearly 300 kinds of special snacks, such as mutton steamed buns, roujia buns, Southeast Asian glutinous rice cakes, cold skins, naan cakes, and Hu spicy soup, can be tasted in Muslim Street, which makes people drool. The Muslim Street is often crowded with tourists, filled with a strong market atmosphere. During the holidays, the traffic here is huge and it will be very crowded. Transportation: Take No. 218/15/215 and get off at Zhonglou West Bus Station, or take Metro Line 2 and get off at Zhonglou Metro Station 4. Hangzhou·Hefang Street and ancient streets with profound cultural heritage. It used to be the "root of the imperial city" of the ancient capital Hangzhou, and it is also a microcosm of Hangzhou's history and culture. It shows the style of the late Qing Dynasty and the early Republic of China. Hefang Street is full of specialty snacks, antiques, calligraphy and paintings, and shops. There are more than 100 time-honored and Hangzhou specialty shops. It is a good place to taste Hangzhou food and snacks. When you walk on Hefang Street, the unique buildings of Ming and Qing Dynasties will always make you feel that time is staggered. Transportation: You can take bus No. 195 and No. 8 and get off at Qinghefang Bus Station. 5. Guangzhou Shangxiajiu Pedestrian Street Shangxiajiu is the first commercial street in Guangzhou. Traditional Xiguan culture. Every brick and tile here is engraved with the warmest memories of Lao Guang. The old buildings on the main road of the old street are mainly arcades, with a unique style, and you can feel the unique business culture of Lingnan. During the National Day, the colorful lanterns, the signature character Uncle Jigonglan, the brass portraits that attracted countless tourists to take photos, the salesmen who clapped their palms and shouted special prices, and the crowds who queued up to buy sausages and sausages as souvenirs... It is the upper and lower nine in our impression. Shangxiajiu also brings together many old Xiguan delicacies. In addition to the century-old Tao Tao Ju, Guangzhou Restaurant, and Lian Xiang Lou, there are also a group of Nanxin Dessert Shop, Ou Cheng Kee Noodle Shop, and Lao Xiguan Beef Offal that operate "Xiguan Famous Snacks". , Lao Xiguan La sausage and other specialty snack shops. Although today's Shangxiajiu has been unable to return to the state of its former heyday. But no matter how Guangzhou develops, Shangxiajiu can always retain the original taste of Guangzhou. Transportation: Take No. 2/3/6/251/297/530/Ye 5 and get off at Hepingzhong bus stop. Hutong courtyard structure, the largest and highest-grade checkerboard-style traditional residential area. Today, there are individual shops with ever-changing styles, various exquisite and fashionable private houses, and the combination of old Beijing hutongs and petty bourgeoisie has become a fashion landmark in Beijing. You can casually walk into a small shop, read a book, drink tea and be in a daze, you can enjoy a pleasant time, or you can buy a bottle of iced soda in the afternoon and sit on the wall of the courtyard in a daze. If you want to experience the old Beijing style quietly, you can also look for the former residences of famous people and historical buildings in the hutongs. Transportation: You can take No. 118, No. 13, No. 3, No. 4, Tourist Line No. 3 and get off at Nanluoguxiang Station, or take Metro Line 6/8 and get off at Nanluoguxiang Station. 7. Suzhou·Qilishantang is the so-called : Hangzhou has West Lake, Suzhou has Shantang. Shantang Street is about seven miles long. It was built by the Tang Dynasty poet Bai Juyi when he was appointed as the governor of Suzhou. street". Shantang Street can be divided into east and west sections. The east section starts from Changmen Duseng Bridge to Bantang Bridge. This section is mostly shops and homes, and the Xingqiao area is the most lively and prosperous. The west section refers to Bantang Bridge to Huqiu Mountain. In this section, there are Songhe Tower, Deyue Tower, and Huang Tianyuan. In addition to such well-known shops, there are also many old Suzhou snacks, such as plum cake, crabapple cake, and fried. Shantang Street at night is very artistic, you can find a teahouse to drink tea, listen to Pingtan, and feel the traditional culture of old Suzhou. Transportation: Subway Line 2 Shantang Street Station or take bus 949, You 1, You 2 to the foot of Huqiu Mountain 8. Xiamen · Eight Cities When it comes to the ancient streets of Xiamen, most people may first think of Zhongshan Road Pedestrian Street. But in fact, I recommend going to the eight cities. Eight City is the abbreviation of the Eighth Seafood Market, which includes two parts: the open-air market from Kaihe Road to Kaiyuan Road and the indoor cross-shaped Yingping Market. There are the most simple and popular urban fireworks hidden here, carrying countless "Xiamen memories". Eight cities are the most popular life circles in Xiamen, and they are the favorite markets of the locals. In addition to seafood, it also sells a variety of vegetables, fruits, meat, and seasonings. It is simply a museum of ingredients. There are also many old-fashioned food shops in Xiamen, including Zhuji Shredded Chicken, the first hand-shredded chicken restaurant in Xiamen, and Lai Cuocheng Bian Shisao, the earliest snack bar in Xiamen’s mind, which brings people back to their childhood. Kuzao Bakery Huiyuan Bakery... In addition, there are Ajie Wuxiang, Taro Baowang, Zhonglijun Manjian Cake, Gongtang Shacha Noodles, Chen Jia Dessert, Hengzhulu Soup Bun, Alongsha Tea Well-known shops such as tenderloin and Baicheng Datong duck porridge. Transportation: Take No. 107/10/10 section/116/11/Quick 8 and get off at Kaihe Road BRT Stop 9. Chongqing · Ciqikou Ciqikou is a famous historical and cultural street in China, and it is a key protected area in Chongqing traditional street. When you come here, you can step on the bluestone road, taste local specialties, find a teahouse, and feel the customs of Chongqing. Entering from the main entrance, the stone road is very narrow, with vendors and shops on both sides. There are many snacks and specialties, especially Chen Mahua and chicken miscellaneous stores, which are suitable for shopping along the way. But if you want to buy Chongqing hot pot base and seasoning, you can go to Lime Market; if you want to feel the local atmosphere of Chongqing, you can also go to Bayi Haochi Street, Guanyin Bridge Haochi Street, Jiaochangkou Night Market. Transportation: Take Light Rail Line 1 to Ciqikou Station, or take No. 202/220/261/843 to Ciqikou Ximen Station. 10. Huangshan Tunxi Old Street Tunxi Old Street is the most complete preserved in China, with Song Dynasty , Ming and Qing dynasties architectural style commercial street. The old street includes 1 straight street, 3 lateral streets and 18 alleys. The whole street is composed of more than 300 Huizhou-style buildings built in different eras. Tunxi Old Street is also a gathering place for food, where you can taste all kinds of Huizhou food and snacks at very affordable prices. Huangshan's special snacks, such as stinky mandarin fish, Xiusao tart, Huangshan biscuits, Yipin pot, hairy tofu, stone chicken, sweet wine stuffed, wontons, etc., can be eaten all at once in this old street. Transportation: Take bus No. 5 and get off at the Erma Road bus stop. You can share it here in this issue. Friends who like to travel, welcome to pay attention! Some pictures come from the Internet, if there is any infringement, please contact to delete!

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