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This road is quite busy for both foot traffic and cars and bikes. The 900-meter-long Qintai Road featuring structures and buildings with the styles of the Han (202BC -- 220AD) and Tang (618 - 907) dynasties, is a famous cultural street to commemorate two legendary...More
I had a very great evening watching Sichuan opera at Shufeng Ya Yun in Qintai Road. The most famous Sichuan Opera operator, I am very satisfied with the almost 90 minutes of various performances and plays regarding Sichuan lore (I especially loved the puppetmaster and...More
With the various feedback we read about how interesting this place was we made a trip to see for ourselves. What a disappointment! Nothing to offer but restored buildings in architecture of earlier bygone days. In them were stores selling all sorts of jewelry and...More
We went to watch a show at the opera house located inside the Culture Park at Qintai Road. We went there early to spend some time to stroll around this colourful vibrant street. When lit up at night it was a beautiful place to be....More
We walked along here on our way from the metro stop to the temple. Wide street, with pretty buildings on both sides, mainly full of upmarket restaurants and jewellery shops. However, we did discover a very quirky restaurant called FunFood which is great for a...More
Sterile, uninteresting collection of tourist traps. I've walked through here a dozen times on the way to the Culture park and Baihuatan park and have never seen anything interesting.
There is, however, a nice foot massage place (Fu Qiao) at the northwest corner.