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Not to be missed: Chunxi Road in Chengdu is a super popular Internet celebrity gathering spot. This gorgeous commercial street has a sense of “everyone bustling about enjoying the great scenery” and is home to Chengdu’s stylish advertisements. The street draws in a huge number of attractive guys and gorgeous women from all over China who come to visit this “Internet celebrity gathering spot.” Whether it is the iconic national treasure of the “giant panda” statue on top of the IFS building, or the limitless shopping and authentic snacks along Chunxi Road, there is no shortage of enjoyable and authentic experiences.
Not to be missed: Old and new collide where Shanghai’s Waitan meets Nanjing Road, the oldest commercial street in Shanghai, built when the city was first founded. Nanjing East Road is mainly an area for affordable commercial products and tourists. West Nanjing Road, on the other hand, has the highest retail rent in China and is home to Shanghai’s most extravagant fashion district. From here, you can take in views of the Bund along the Huangpu River. Interlacing the daily necessities of ordinary life and extravagances of a life of luxury, Nanjing Road is definitely something to be experienced first-hand.
Not to be missed: The most famous commercial street in Beijing, just as famous as the Champs Elysees in Paris and Fifth Avenue in New York. Wangfujing in Bejing is one of China’s iconic commercial streets. Visiting Wufangjing is just like climbing the Great Wall when on a trip to Beijing — a must-see on any itinerary. Whether it’s the wide variety of goods or the hollering of authentic old Beijing, Wangfujing maintains its undiminished charm amidst the continual development of modernity.
Not to be missed: Rich aspects of ancient Cantonese culture such as soups, herbal teas, streets and alleyways filled with flowers, and the distinctive style of Cantonese spoken in marketplaces make strolling around Guangzhou a real picturesque and leisurely activity. The people of Guangzhou never seem to be in a hurry or get flustered. You can easily spend the better part of a day in a tea house or restaurant eating steamed shrimp dumplings (shaomai) and enjoying “Kung Fu Tea.” Beijing Road is the epitome of Cantonese culture that you absolutely must see for yourself.
Not to be missed: The most well-known places to look for authentic food in Mong Kok are Bitfung Tong and Miujyu. Many traces of the old days can be found here. You can easily find old-fashioned pastry shops, stores with shrine paraphernalia, Mahjong halls, and other traditional shops. These old streets have an authentic feel that is quite different from the modern scenes along nearby Nathan Road.
Not to be missed: The most meaningful landmark in Chongqing, the Liberation Monument, stands in support of Chongqing’s past and also its modernity. The “Liberation Monument” of today is synonymous with the Jiefangbei Central Business District and is one of Chongqing’s top ten cultural symbols. The Liberation Monument is also the only financial CBD in the west of China, known as the First Street of China’s West, and has been named one of China’s cultural squares. Chongqing is a hot and sexy city and the Liberation Monument is one of its most eye-catching features.
Not to be missed: Designed in a true European style, Central Street is a must-see destination for tourists in Harbin. Centuries of cultural heritage, unique European style, enduring legends, and bright and charming nightlife make up the romantic, stylish, elegant, and classy Central Street. It is also a place of fascination equally loved by the locals of Harbin. You haven’t truly experienced Harbin until you’ve gone to Central Street.
Not to be missed: Lovers Road is a favorite destination in Haibin Park and is a symbol of Zhuhai City. Starting out from Gongbei, the road takes you by famous and beautiful scenery such as Jiuzhou Port, Haibin Swimming Pool, the Zhuhai Fisher Girl, and Xianglu Bay. The road takes you past ocean waves that blow around fresh air and coastal construction. The route twists and turns as it takes you by the myriad styles of the coastal city of southern China.
Not to be missed: Experience over a thousand years of Hunan culture along Pozi Street. This is a veritable millennium-old street, having a history that stretches 1,200 years. The street is also representative of Hunan culture. Pozi Street serves as a link between the Wuyi Commercial Area, Jiefang West Road Bar Street, and Huangxing South Road Commercial Pedestrian Street. Pozi Street has become an iconic commercial and cultural street that sets the trends in Changsha. There is lots of fine food to be had along Pozi Street. If you're a foodie, then Pozi Street will definitely leave you with fond memories.
Not to be missed: Su-Hang Qinghefang Street, which explores the ancient charms of Ming and Qing Dynasties, is a microcosm of Hangzhou’s long history. During the Southern Song Dynasty, Qinghefang was home to a large number of stores, with restaurants and tea houses all packed tightly together. It was the political and cultural center of Hangzhou and a gathering place for merchants. A thousand years later, as you stroll down the green brick path of Qinghefang, you can see Ming and Qing style architecture everywhere, lively people on the street, and shop staff wearing traditional clothing. You’ll feel as though you're suddenly strolling through the past as you stroll along.