Drive to the Buddhist Hall for a beautiful day this season! Along the river pier, you can enjoy the sculpture recording the labor scene, two bridges of different styles, as well as the sun-dried glutinous rice and radish shreds. Entering the old street, wandering on the stone road, from time to time you can drill into the small shops around to see, Spring Festival couplets, cloth, farm implements and other local flavor goods, rarely seen in the city. Walking into the Xinhua Theatre around the corner coincides with a chess match. The sturdy camphor trees at both ends of the ancient street show visitors their historical marks! You can't miss the old town government in the next lane. It keeps excellent brackets. The second stop went to the ancient dwellings, although not fully open, but the pieces of demolition and construction of buildings, let me nostalgia, in an ancient building restaurant full of farm food! The third station chose Yihong Sugar Factory, the large sugarcane base is very spectacular! The aunt who was harvesting asked for sugar stalks and eliminated them locally, much better than sugarcane. Then I visited the hand workshop of brown sugar and tasted the semi-finished products of all stages. The last stop is Shuanglin Temple, noble and noble. Unfortunately, the new building is built. Don't miss the stone statue of 18 Arhats in front of Daxiong Palace!
The ancient town of Buddha Hall did not disappoint us. The ancient town of Buddha Hall is named for Buddha, traded for water, prosperous for commerce, rich in historical and cultural background. It enjoys the reputation of "Millennium Old Town, Qingfeng Commercial Port, Buddhist Holy Land" and is one of the four ancient towns in Zhejiang Province. The architectural style of the Ming and Qing Dynasties, the town's dazzling array of Yiwu specialty goods and snacks, make tourists fascinated. This time, three members of our family came here, and it was a great surprise to hear Mr. Jia Leixiang's Huagu Opera. In the Red Sugar Culture and Art Museum of the Old Street, you can also see the sculpture exhibition of the ancient law making the Buddhist hall brown sugar, which is very vivid. After seeing the building, we went to the riverside, and the ancient bridge of the Qing Dynasty came into sight. The name of the ancient wharf is engraved on the stone on the shore, and the sculpture on the wall records the prosperity of the place "chicken feather for sugar". Running bar brothers used to record the scene, but also left a good memory for the town. It's a worthwhile trip.
At first, I just wanted to see the real super beautiful house and nobody was quiet and the store house was well maintained. It was a good place to take pictures. But if I wanted to eat, drink and play, I suggested not to take pictures if I wanted to see the beautiful house, but it was a bit difficult to find a tricycle driver. I was afraid that I would lose my way and teach me how to walk many times. Anyway, it's very happy.
In Jiangnan Town, Yanyu Buddha Hall and the ancient streets, you can buy delicious Yiwu snacks, and you can also buy many special things, ancient literary and artistic clothes, alleys, deep hidden restaurants, literary and artistic restorations, small refreshing places to take beautiful pictures.
It's worth visiting. Old Town Street is very long. Many shops have their own characteristics. There are several specialty snack shops. The most famous one is Buddhist Hall's thousand noodles, which are very delicious. Nearby, there is also an ancient Folk House Court of Buddhist Hall. It's not far from the old street. You have to play. If you want to climb the mountain, you can go to Daoyuanshan. Mind that the old street is a day-and-night tour, suitable for couples, experience slow-tempo romance life, and want to go to upscale places. Where you eat, you can go to Chicken feather Sugar Exchange Hotel.
Buddha Hall, a quiet town in the south of the Yangtze River, has a beautiful environment and a slow and pleasant pace of life. In the morning, you can wake up naturally, go shopping in the old street, eat a bowl of soybean milk, go fishing at noon, and listen to music in the bar at night. Just two words "comfortable"
Preliminary development of the Millennium town, suitable for people who like the original taste. Ancient Street is the original, and there are basically no imitation of ancient buildings, especially the original residences in the courtyard of May 6, which are still to be excavated and exploited.
Generally speaking, it's not bad! At first I didn't know the road could not be navigated by driving!