China | Xian

Xian Muslim Quarter

China Discovery Tour

Xian | China

06 Jan 2020 | Mon

Day 10 of 18

  • Xian Muslim Quarter
  • Xian Ancient City Wall
  • Lunch | Restaurant near Big Wild Goose Pagoda
  • Da Cien Temple & Big Wild Goose Pagoda
  • Flight | Xian to Zhangjiajie
  • Meet Zhangjiajie Tour Guide (Wendy) & Driver
  • Pullman Zhangjiajie Hotel

Xian Muslim Quarter

Xi’an is home to a large Muslim population, and the Muslim Quarter is a must-see when visiting the city. The area is full of mosques, markets, and delicious food.

Early Morning Walk Through Xian Muslim Quarter

The Muslim Quarter is the perfect place to experience traditional Chinese Islamic culture. The area is full of mosques, markets, and delicious food. It’s a great place to spend an afternoon exploring and sampling the local cuisine.

Many Food Choices at Xian Muslim Quarter

One of the best things about the Muslim Quarter is the variety of food options available. Whether you’re looking for a quick snack or a sit-down meal, you’ll find what you’re looking for in this vibrant quarter. There are plenty of street vendors offering up delicious snacks, as well as sit-down restaurants serving up traditional Muslim cuisine.

The Xi’an Muslim Quarter is a very famous snack and commercial street in China. It is situated in the center part of Xi’an, China. It is close to the Bell Tower and the Drum Tower. Shehui Road is to the east, Zaoci Lane to the west, West Avenue to the south, and Hongfu Street to the north. There are ten mosques in the area. The biggest one is the Great Mosque, which was listed as the state-level protected heritage for its traditional buildings and religious significance. According to demographic statistics in 2010, about 60,000 people live in this area, more than half of which are the Huis and the others are the majority Hans. In the past few decades, Xi’an Muslim Quarter has become a well-known tourism site which is famous for its culture and food. It attracts visitors from all over the world each year.

– Wikipedia Xian Muslim Quarter

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