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All reviews ci qi kou the main street ancient town narrow streets the river local snacks shops selling street food domestic tourists tourist spot qing dynasties traditional food worth a visit metro station hotpot hot pot walk around
This was in keeping with what we know of China. The narrow streets with quaint chinese architectured buildings housing small shops selling oodles of food, chinese knickknacks, porcelain ware, embroidered paintings, shawls etc was really refreshing
Visited this place after lunch and find it so crowded with people. You will need to weave in and out and constantly being pushed. The ancient street is so full of character with the buildings being built during the Ming Dynasty and the Qing Dynasty....More
When we visited this area it was so crowded that we were pushed and shoved in all directions. There was a lot of colourful street food on display but as an unpleasant smell pervaded throughout we were glad to get out.
This place is very nice. It's easy to get there by public transport or taxi. Even i visited it on Wednesday it was full of people. It did not change my view on it. Old architecture and smell of The Hot Pot on every corner...More
Have to try all the traditional food of ChongQing here, so many shops... You have to spend a whole day here, check out any shop with a long queue, they surely have something you need to try. I bought those Mahua snack, spent half an...More
We spent 3 hours at Ciqikou, longer than planned, enjoying the crowds, craziness, and hustle-bustle. It's a very large place. Some of the food being sold is actually quite good, including the grilled octopus on a stick, and Beggar's Chicken (cooked in a clay container...More
My wife and I spent two hours walking the busy (pedestrianised) streets of the Old Town. It is fun, with hustle, bustle and selling galore. There is plenty of street food and drinks. Many of the vendors dress up in period costume.
Just walk around...More