I've had some drinks to share with you since I went there. Zhongshan Road Gulangyu General Purpose: Haili fried about 16 pieces, Gulangyu on the longest line of the best to eat. 12 pieces of peanut ice cream. The large intestine encapsulates the small intestine 15. Five pieces of peanut soup. Mango is six pieces and a kilo. Passion fruit is ten yuan and four yuan. Soil bamboo shoot jelly, gold and silver taste general, you can try. Roasted meat dumplings, crabs and durian cakes are not tasty. Never buy them. Pineapple crisp Taobao sold in the store has flagship stores, do not impulse consumption. Above is the price experience for reference. Don't buy anything more expensive than this. The local tyrants are at will.
Xiamen Travel Note Day 3. Nanputuo Xiamen Dazhongshan Road Pedestrian Street got up early specially. After washing and washing, it started to take a direct bus from Zeng Chuan'an to Nanputuo Temple. It was not very special to burn incense to worship Buddha and climb the mountain normally. For those who climbed Huangshan Jiuhua Mountain, it was only a windy peak on the hillside. At a glance, the whole Xiamen took a short rest. After taking a single picture, Xiamen University went down to Xiamen University. Xiamen University was close to Nanputuo. It was open to the public at 12 o'clock on foot. On the weekend, when we arrived at Xiamen Gate, we had a long queue to brush our ID card and the guard went in. As soon as we arrived at the meal, we began to look for the dining hall. Before we arrived, we heard that Xiamen University had two dining halls, one for students and teachers. Opening up an open door for tourists, their food is good, tourists generally so... We found a friendly-looking classmate after learning the road and reasonably ran into a meal, then we strolled along the Furong Lake to blow the wind, sunshine through the Furong Tunnel full of students graffiti can not help but think of those years of school days are very leisurely and comfortable, which is praised as. ” The most beautiful universities did not disappoint us. It was already afternoon when I came out of Xiamen University because of the strong wind, so I didn't go to Baicheng Beach as planned and took the bus to Zhongshan Road Pedestrian Street. I did some homework in Ctrip before I came to Xiamen, a pedestrian street in Nanjing and Shanghai. I was most impressed by the fact that the whole pedestrian street is well planned, and the whole pedestrian street runs through the whole street to let this pedestrian walk. Street appears very high-class buildings and buildings interspersed with a small lane, and the lane is rumored Zhongshan Road snack street eight mother-in-law roast celestial grass, Jay's Lai Pi duck, Mao Ji roast duck sausage wheelcake, large intestine packed small intestine, egg filling, thick toast, Shachamian all Xiamen snacks can be found here to eat, eat, and eat, the sky gradually dark evening Zhongshan Road is really beautiful or not. As for how beautiful the harvest is, there is a chance to feel it for yourself. [pleasure]
Zhongshan Road Pedestrian Street, a must-go place to Xiamen. Here, like Jianghan Road in Wuhan and Nanjing Road in Shanghai, are old-fashioned pedestrian streets. Jianghan Road in Wuhan is basically a clothes shop, while Zhongshan Road in Xiamen sells more local products and crafts. Xiamen, a tourist city, really attracts more foreign tourists. But we are more interested in snack bars, candy stores, ice-cream stores, and enjoy the street scenery while eating.
Zhongshan Road Pedestrian Street in Xiamen is a famous pedestrian street which integrates catering, shopping and entertainment. During the Eleventh period, pedestrian streets were crowded with people and night markets were very busy. On the pedestrian street, you can enjoy Xiamen's famous snacks: fried oyster, shrimp cake, shrimp steak... Drink a three mad milk tea. If two colleagues suggest that each snack should be ordered only one portion and eaten separately, because there are too many delicious snacks, so as not to have enough stomach capacity.
Zhongshan Road is the oldest commercial street in Xiamen. It is crowded, commodity-rich and famous. When people mention Xiamen, they say Zhongshan Road is like Manhattan in New York, Ginza in Tokyo, Central Hong Kong, Wangfujing in Beijing and Nanjing Road in Shanghai. To Xiamen, Zhongshan Road is indispensable, because it represents Xiamen's prosperity, wealth and the rhythm of the times. Various snacks and special souvenirs.
There are so many people. In the evening, it's super busy. Mangoes here are delicious. Be sure to try it. And Camellia noodles. Burn celestial grass (drink milk tea flavor). Soil bamboo shoot frozen. There's an alley that sells food. The first baked squid was absolute. Special passion. It will swing with the music. The second one bombed squid. Super big. Want to go to Zhang Sanlun for a cup of milk tea. Recommended brand of European milk tea. Because I don't like Ceylon black tea very much. Better buy that book. Go to the store and stamp it. It's very memorable.
Five people went shopping together, so all kinds of snacks were bought and tasted. 1. Fish balls are very delicious. I forgot to take them. Thirty-one bowls have two big fish balls and some small fish balls. You can also have three big fish balls. There are no balls, but there are still fish fillets. 2. Tamang is delicious. Next door, the little princess's laipi duck is just like a duck. It has been queuing for a long time. 3. I don't know who's good at burning immortals. Roasted squid is also good. 4. Mango must be scraped on the spot, not packed in boxes, not fresh. 5. When I bought the peanut soup, I felt bad. 6. Our eldest brother didn't like snacks, and finally went to Haidilao, just on the pedestrian street. Good environment, good service and good food materials. All kinds of gourmet pictures have been put on, not all of them have been eaten, and some of them have not been taken. Personally, I think it's a very interesting place.
Zhongshan Road has delicious food. Zhongshan Road, Xiamen's famous historical commercial street, still retains a relatively perfect modern arcade building to make Zhongshan Road unique. The so-called arcade building is that the first floor of the building receives inward along the street, leaving a porch for pedestrians to walk. In this way, pedestrians can not be wet by the rain, but also walk along the way to shop in the arcade. Xiamen's shop design is very small, delicate, warm, multi-use warm tones, looks warm, sunshine, such as the spring breeze. Waiters have many handsome men and beautiful women who are comfortable and eye-catching. There are many old brands in the street. But every famous shop must be crowded. I ate Huangze and peanut soup, with 6 yuan bowl of eggs, drifting the fragrance of tender peanuts, milky white peanut seeds, sweet, delicious, must taste. The accessory street beside Zhongshan Road is also very busy, and there are many online Red shops in it. We found the famous Yuehuasha tea noodles, the whole fly cafe, did not dare to eat. I went back to Zhongshan Road and went to Nanwangzhai to eat sandy tea noodles. I just watched the shop clean. It tastes good. It's edible. But it's expensive enough. Seafood 45 yuan per bowl, gold 35 yuan per bowl, signboard 25 yuan per bowl. 35 yuan per capita. It's much more expensive than other places. But then there's still something to eat. Sand tea noodles are still attractive.
Zhongshan Road, Xiamen, was built in 1925 and is located in the southwest of Xiamen Island. Since opening the street, it has been Xiamen's leading commercial and economic center. Zhongshan Road is an old city block in Xiamen, which shows modern historical features. It has many cultural relics, such as small roads, old residences and the First Holy Hall of China. One end of Zhongshan Road is connected with the hotel building of Xiamen-Pipei Five Continents Guest House, the other is connected with the blue sea of Menbo Wanqingtao, which is far away from Gulangyu Garden on the sea. Arcade Street is the representative of Xiamen's architectural culture. Most of these buildings were built by overseas Chinese in the 1920s.