前门大街 Qianmen street。 Another one walking street with numerous options for snacking. China has probably millions of walking streets. But this one located behind the Tiananmen square near to the subway station 前门 took a place in my photo collection because of beautiful architecture. Especially with night neon light buildings look pretty attractive!
Commercial Old Street on the central axis of Beijing - Qianmen Street
Address: Qianmen Street, Dongcheng District, Beijing (outside Zhengyangmen)
Time: Open all day, the store opening hours are different, about 8
The front gate is 845 meters long. This ancient commercial street has the center of the Royal Road and also restored the earliest tram in Beijing.
From the Zhengyang Gate, go south. The first thing you saw was the Zhengyangmen Wupai Building. The original archway was demolished in 1955 and the current archway was rebuilt in 2008.
Beijing Qianxiangyi Silk Co., Ltd. (Beijing Silk Store) is one of the famous Badaxiang in Beijing and Tianjin.
Quanjude Qianmendian is the origin store of Quanjude, which has a history of 141 years.
The Quanjude in the 1990s, the ducks are expensive, but not as expensive as they are today.
, on the occasion of the festival, you will ride a bicycle, go to this Quanjude takeaway roast duck, a piece of duck can be filled in two big takeout boxes.
Go home to open the plastic bag, the aroma of the roast duck is mixed with the hot air, and we start to drool. The duck shelf was also brought back. The next day, a pot of vegetable duck soup was thrown, and then a little fan was thrown in. It was another meal. Today, the Quanjude Qianmen Store still retains the tradition of selling duck racks. It is sold at 10:30 every day, 12 yuan, and the price has not changed for many years.
The Wax Museum and the Ayutthaya Elephant Experience Hall have appeared on this street, and the preferences of young people and family tourists are quite right.
Then to the south mouth, Ludong, Wu Yutai tea house appeared. This tea house is the only Wu Yutai in Beijing that offers tea as a raw material. The window on the street sells milk tea and cold tea made from the original tea. The cold bottle looks good and can be refilled in the store. Go up the second floor and sit down by the window to enjoy a matcha cream roll and tea cookies.
#triplocal Qianmen Street is a famous street in Beijing perfect to buy snacks, souvenirs, or eat something in general. Perfect to walk around, take pictures and spend a lovely afternoon.
A famous commercial street, Qianmen Street is located on the south side of Beijing's center axis. There are many time-honored restaurants, shops, and snack kiosks from all over the country, making the street a perfect destination for shopping and dining. In addition, the streets are lined with old, arched buildings. Along with well-worn signs, red lanterns, etc., they are reminiscent of old Beijing. There are also various kinds of teahouses, often with traditional art performances such as comic dialogues and storytelling. They are definitely worth checking out.