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  • Donghuamen Night Market Located at the northern entrance of Wangfujing Street, Donghuamen Night Market is the most famous snack streets in Beijing, popular with both locals, and tourists as well.

  • Niujie The Niujie district is home to the largest concentration of Muslim people in Beijing. Here the rich Muslim culture has cultivated a distinguished cuisine.

  • Sanlitun Sanlitun is an area of cuntrasts, frequented by expats and foreign visitors. With a top-notck selection of Western and Asian restaurants, you will find anything your taste buds are looking for.

  • Guijie (Ghost Street) Guijie (Ghost Street) is located near Dongzhimen. This 1.5-km street is lined with over 100 restaurants, many of which are open around the clock.

  • Nanluoguxiang Located several kilometers north of the Forbidden City is Nanluoguxiang, an 800-meter north-south alleyway filled with cafes, bars, and shops all designed in classical 'hutong' style.

  • Shichahai This gorgeous spot has three lakes, Qianhai, Houhai and Xihai, all surrounded by old style hutong and courtyards as well as a bunch of bustling bars and restaurants.