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The town is so calm, away from the tourist crowds. Lovely place to walk around and sink in old times of China. Small shops with local crafts, food and souvenirs are welcoming you.
Take a boat and experience the canals of the river and listen...More
Literally nothing to see here, the town gave me a bit desperate feelings.
There're a few karaoke and some local business with no customers, the nice thing about the place is the lake and the old architectures which have been preserved.
While "everyone" will tell you that zhouzhuang is the No. 1 Water Town in China, but haven visited both Zhouzhuang is far more touristy and just trying to sell you overpriced souvenirs. Jinxi has shops, restaurants and some souvenir shops, and is a lot less...More
Nice to see the "old" China - very different to the tall high rises that appear everywhere else. Very nice to spend a few hours wandering around, people who live there still doing things the way things were done years ago. Plenty of little shops...More
We came here as we were in Kunshan looking at the possibility of moving to Kunshan. You get a real feel of a water town as it is still very authentic... & not commercial like Zhouzhuang.
65RMB to enter but you get to see all...More
There are probably few hundred ancient towns in China, and many of them are unknown, hidden and less developed., those seen in guidebooks are of course popular and thus crowded then more commercialized. Just visit one in your life time would be quite sufficient unless...More
We visited Jinxi as part of a tour. It is a water town on the Jinxi river near a fresh water lake. Commonly known as the Venice of China with boats providing the main form of transport. Do not eat there! There is no running...More