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Donghuamen Night Market

Located at the northern entrance of Wangfujing Street, Donghuamen Night Market is the most famous snack streets in Beijing, popular with both locals, and tourists as well.


The Niujie district is home to the largest concentration of Muslim people in Beijing. Here the rich Muslim culture has cultivated a distinguished cuisine.


Sanlitun is an area of cuntrasts, frequented by expats and foreign visitors. You will find anything your taste buds are looking for here.

Guijie (Ghost Street)

Guijie (Ghost Street) is located near Dongzhimen. This 1.5-km street is lined with over 100 restaurants, many of which are open around the clock.


Located several kilometers north of the Forbidden City is Nanluoguxiang, an 800-meter north-south alleyway filled with cafes, bars, and shops all designed in classical 'hutong' style.


This gorgeous spot has three lakes, Qianhai, Houhai and Xihai, all surrounded by old style hutong and courtyards as well as a bunch of bustling bars and restaurants.
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