The cultural street at night is more interesting than during the day. There are a lot of delicious foods, and the price is relatively not very expensive. I still prefer to eat the jerky in it, I think it tastes really good.
Zhenfeng Cultural Street is the "main road" in the ancient town of Zhouzhuang. It is covered with flagstones that are unique to the ancient towns in the south of the Yangtze River. The flagstones are very narrow and can accommodate two or three people. There are various shops on both sides of the stone road, and the products they sell are also dazzling. , The most distinctive feature is that there are many three hoofs. I personally think that as a cultural street, it can barely be considered a pass, and it does not fully represent the beauty of Zhouzhuang.
They all said that it would be better to come to Zhouzhuang at night. We were tired after a day's journey, so it was a pity that we did not go at night. These cultural festivals are relatively narrow and very interesting to put up. Most of the items sold are for food.
Now this long and narrow street has become a commercial street, and it feels a bit bustling to walk inside, but it is particularly convenient to shop, because the two sides are relatively close, and it is easier to go shopping.
When I first entered Zhouzhuang, I felt that it was very comfortable here. The streets inside were relatively narrow, including the river channels inside. Most of this cultural street was for shopping. Very crowded.
Preston_Dominguez: Zhongshi Street, Zhouzhuang Town, Kunshan City, Suzhou City (within the area of Zhouzhuang Ancient Town)
Jeremy_Dodson: I recommended Zhouzhuang,Shuangqiao,Shen Hall,Zhang Hall,Shenwansan Former Residence