The Muslim Street, is a fantastic place to wonder. All shops and restaurants in the street are operated by Muslims. The stalls lined the narrow alleys sell almost everything you can expect. There are a number of stalls selling small items of aircrafts. If you are good at bargaining, you can get some things at a really cheap price.
The restaurants in the streets are all Muslim ones, and variety of Muslim food and snacks can be tried here, including the locals' favorite ones, roasted beef, roasted fish, and pancakes. Food served is diverse, complex but are very cheap.
Hi, I was just return from my visits to the muslim street. I''m a kind of lost by knowledge. And actually i do need more explanation. could you please tell me more about it? By the way, i am also about to plan the next journey. mind to offer some suggestions? thanks.
Hello Marcus, please visit our website at http://www.chinahighlights.com/xian/attraction/muslim-street.htm for more information. Simon Huang Replied on 2012-05-20
I plan to arrive Xian on 27May at 114530hours and leave Xian on 30May afternoon. What is your suggestion and must see places.Thank you
hi, you can visit terra cotta army in the afternoon on May 27; visit xian city sites on May 28, try local dishes and hang around;on May 29 you can visit Huashan Mountain, which takes a whole day. May 30 you can visit hangyang tomb on your way to the airport.
here is the tour information/packages for Xian.
http://www.chinahighlights.com/xian/tours.htm Sammi Dai Replied on 2012-05-09
hi iam nunu from indonesia, and insa allah me and my husband want study in jiantong univ, is the univ near by muslim area?
could anyones help me to finding apt there, i would apreciate in muslim area coz easy to me going to musque.
it is near the Drum-Tower, you can go there by taxi Enar1209 Replied on 2011-06-06