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A rickshaw ride is the best way to get an overview of the Hutong. Narrow streets and day to day life with all its warts of old Beijing. Many buildings are new but built in the traditional style. We then continued on foot and were...More
This is by far one of my favourite hutong areas in Beijing. It is full of boutique shops, local designers and crafts, plenty of good little coffee shops and a small brewery. I keep finding myself coming back here.
It is near the Lama Temple....More
Let's face it. Unlike what the tour guide might tell you, Hutong are neither picturesque nor particularly traditional. I mean, narrow streets, abandoned rusty vehicles, electric cables all over are enough to kill any chance of seeing something traditional. Drying laundry, urine smell and badly...More
Wudaoying, lama temple(Yonghegong) and Confucius Temple are all next to each other. You can reach here by subway. So you may plan on doing all three site seeing in one go.
Wudaoying is just one narrow hutong. Not like Nanluoguxiang and Qianmen where the hutongs...More
Not much going on there. Some cute little shops and cafes but some closed maybe because was a weekday. All was open friday. Not much to buy just a nice vibe. Parralel to the street which u enter the conf' Palace which is also nice...More
After Nanluoguxiang Hutong, I was really ready for a quieter, neighborhood-y experience. I had read about Wudaoying, and it lived up to its reputation. Such a lovely walking street! Charming little cafes, restaurants and quirky little boutiques line both sides of the hutong. It is...More
There is a narrow, almost hidden Hutong that runs parallel to the entrance street to the Confucius Temple and The Imperial College Museum, one could say that it begins on Yonghegong Street, which has been modernized, with fashionable shops, with modern cafes, tea houses, and...More
We ventured onto this little alleyway as per recommendations from TripAdvisor and Google. We were still surprised of just how different it was from the numerous touristy spots Beijing otherwise sports from Wangfujing to the Olympic Park. We visited the Wudaoying Hutong (stepped off at...More