Shuǐjǐng Xiàng Market
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Golden Stupa Temple
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Xīníng Bar Street
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Authentic Tibetan nosh, including tsampa (roasted barley; ¥18), momo (dumplings; ¥22) and yak-butter yoghurt (¥12) as well as some...
Shuǐjǐng Xiàng Market information
This arcade-style market has a double row of shops selling everything from fruit and spices to Tibetan bags and scarves. It’s a good place to score a cheap souvenir or some breakfast items. Runs north–south between Xi Dajie and Nanguan Jie.