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Pingjiang Road

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Pingjiang Road, Pingjiang District, Suzhou, China
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Reviewed yesterday

Within easy walk from the underground station (about 10 minutes). Great place to walk through. Great boutique shops and food stalls. Had an fantastic ice cream (black). Not sure what it was but it tasted great. Good place to take photographs. Only annoyance is the...More

Thank CarSteHolden
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Nice people are the residents of this walking street ..walk in evening and shop ..drink and eat ..you can buy some souvenirs too ..2 hours is enough and by the way: Its very near to humble administrative garden .

Thank saad m
Reviewed 1 week ago

Our walk on this famous Pingjang Road was really memorable. We saw a ton of nice local eateries, boutique stores and some really nice restaurants. It was nice to just sit around and enjoy a much needed ice-cream and watermelon juice, which we bought from...More

Thank PushExplore
Reviewed 1 week ago

Ancient street with boutique shops, souvenir shops, hotels, hostels, food stalls, cat cafes and plenty more. If you are staying in the area in a hostel or hotel, arrive in the day time to check in as it gets very dark at night and if...More

Thank Gurkiranpreet K
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

The other historical streets in Suzhou became too commercial, this street, Ping Jiang Road is the one which still have a lot of traditional features. Although they still have shops, there are fewer people and you can really feel the Suzhou culture there and take...More

Thank Harry W
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

Great little street with some really nice boutique style shops. Hand made pottery, a Cat Cafe and flowerwine shops. All this and more in old Chinese street surroundings.

Thank Hanneke K
Reviewed 7 July 2018 via mobile

Here is an old street with old buildings and atmosphere. Not only for canal boat ride but there are lots of souvenir, shops, tea house and Cafe, hotels-inn, and restaurants. No matter street foods or big restaurants, tea shop or tea house, and even Cat...More

2  Thank TiddyWallapa
Reviewed 26 June 2018 via mobile

It is touristical but in a friendly way you will spend a nice day either taking a boat in the canal ot strolling through the area and having a tea in the teahouse that overlooks the canal

1  Thank Alexandra F
Reviewed 19 June 2018

A great place to do some shopping and to eat some of the local street food. If I am spending a weekend in Suzhou, i like to take the subway, go to Pingjiang Rd and eat my lunch there. In addition, it is a great...More

1  Thank Ivan C
Reviewed 13 June 2018

A commercial area for relaxing, located in an old residence area well reserved. The main street is full of snack shops, coffiee shops, restaurants, accessory shops etc and lots of tourist. The side streets are much quieter and also worth a good discovery. It is...More

1  Thank Zoe_Swjtu
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Response from Mark F | Reviewed this property |
They are a bit like crab apples in the uk. Sour and then covered in molten sugar a bit like mini toffee apples.