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While ppl always go there for night scene with lights, I think daytime (afternoon) is so very peacefully enjoyable for a walk too. You won't be disappointed for those teahouse, with or without kitten for your company.
Very nice street with restaurants bars and gift shops. Lots of fine buildings and artworks.
One sight I wish I could have captured though was a guy riding his bicycle while reading from a laptop. Funny? Amazing.
With the canal/waterway running parallel, there are several...More
While every city has a pedestrian zone, what makes this different is that it is comprised of several streets separated by canals. The narrowness of the canal streets (though not of the main road) gives it a more intimate feeling, with some nice tea places...More
I was skeptical of the place at first but after a walk around (in the rain) I was glad I had visited the place.
It is a rather busy place, even getting there and getting off the taxi at its entrance was challenging. It was...More
Almost all major cities have a BuXingJie area and you can always expect to have fun and enjoy great food in these areas. Taxis are always in abundance and the options here are great for eating, drinking or partying with friends
If you're in Wuxi, it's worth coming here to spend a late afternoon and evening. You can walk the entire length of the district, stopping to shop, get a drink, or have dinner in one of the many, many restaurants here. Lots of history here...More
We visited in the morning walking down Nanchang Street as far as the first bridge, crossed the canal and walked back up the other side. Interesting buildings and watching the locals go about their daily chores.