The Xinjiang International Grand Bazaar is an Islamic bazaar in Urumuqi, Xinjiang. It is the largest bazaar in the world by scale, combining Islamic culture, architecture, ethnic commerce, tourism, and entertainment.
The Pargor Subdistrict, traditionally known as the Barkhor Street, is an area of narrow streets and a public square located around Jokhang Temple in Lhasa, Tibet, China.
Five Great Avenues, Wudadao (literally “The Five Avenues”) is a tourist and up-scale residential area in Heping District, Tianjin, China. There are over 230 colonial buildings of all kinds.
Tunxi Old Street is located in the central area of Tunxi District, Huangshan City, Anhui Province. It has a total length of 1272 meters, the essence of which is 853 meters and a width of 5 to 8 meters.
Central Street is a pedestrian street located in central Harbin, China. Measuring 1450 meters long, it is currently the longest pedestrian street in China and the only cobbled street in Harbin.
Zhongshan Road is a pedestrian road originally built in 1925, connecting two important scenic spots, Zhongshan Park and Gulangyu Island in Xiamen.
Jiefangbei Pedestrian Street is located in the Jiefangbei Central Business District, Yuzhong Peninsula, the main city of Chongqing. It is the country’s first commercial pedestrian street.
Chaotianmen Square is named after the Chaotianmen Wharf which is located at the northeast end of Chongqing’s Yuzhong District, at the junction of the Yangtze River and Jialing River.
Taikoo Li Sanlitun, is a shopping center in the Sanlitun area of the Chaoyang District in Beijing, China. It comprises 19 buildings on two sites that are a few minutes’ walk from each other.
Qianmen Street is named after the Qianmen (lit.: ‘Front Gate’), which is a gate in Beijing’s historic city wall. The street is located on the central axis of Beijing and has been a commercial center for several centuries.