Located in the Ancient City. Looks same in each shops just different street. Near bars and restaurants.
About Dali Foreigner Street
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I think it is a beautiful street and worth seeing but I did not see a difference between this street and any other within the old town of Dali. It has same shops and restaurants as you can find on any other street in the...More
I don't understand why this is call foreigner st. I expected their be lot of foreigner or shop sales product from the west. anyway over all dali old town is nice to walk .
I found it quite amusing as 23 of us foreigners, Aussies and Brits were pretty much the only foreigners in the street. But, the street itself was very exotic and the differing restaurants, even though owned and run by nationals, were a mix of European...More
One of the easiest accessible old towns in the area, dali old town has a strict formation that is constructed with reference to Beijing Imperial Palace. It used to be the place for local royalty, and is very well maintained. Highly recommend the guided tour...More
The old town of Dali is bigger and easier to walk around in than Lijang. Everywhere good places to have a drink or eat some local food. It is a enjoyable place to walk around and smell the culture.
This can be part of your visit to Dali Old Town. It is charming and you can find things you want to buy.
It's called Foreigner Street, but we only saw a handful of "foreigners" during our three day stay in Dali! It was nice to find english signage (as well as Chinese) explaining the various shops and buildings, unlike many other areas we'd already visited in China....More
This one of many streets in Dali old town selling food, drinks, gifts etc. As with similar streets we visited during our time in China it is best explored at night time when it is much prettier.
Good for shopping for food or buying gifts. It took me about 2 hours to cover and then I had little meal.