Chawen Street is the busiest commercial street on Sumei Island. The whole street is about 4 kilometers long. There are shops and restaurants on both sides of the street. Every night there is also a busy night market, which is a street for shopping and shopping in Sumei Island. It must not be missed.
Chawen Street is one of the busiest places around Sumei Island. On the North side, there is a famous Central shopping mall which can buy Boots and other brands. On the South side, there are a variety of restaurants that can speak Chinese. Although the street is not a wide one-way street, you can see all kinds of people with different skin colors walking and passing through the delicious Essential Oil Store.
Many creative little things, many crafts made from coconut shells, and many Harley motorcycles are suitable places for honeymoons.
The shopping mall near the beach opened at eleven o'clock. Having lived in Darling Rock, Pop, the hotel is really expensive to eat, compared with Chawen eat a little more cost-effective, this plate 1700. In fact, it's much more expensive than the price in Chiang Mai Bangkok, Phuket. The most expensive restaurant I've ever eaten on Sumei Island is a restaurant in a fishing village. It's more expensive than an intercontinental restaurant. Four shrimps worth 200 RMB are also painful to eat.
The hostel is only 5 minutes away from Chavan Street. There are many restaurants, bars, shops, stalls and so on. So it's almost always here every night in Sumei Island. Because it's a tourist gathering area, there's no need to worry too much about public security.
When we went, we just caught up with the annual Lantern festival. There were many lanterns on the street, which were very busy. The barbecue and snacks in the night market were not expensive. The price was similar to that in Chengdu. Even seafood was not cheap. We ordered a leather shrimp. Notice, it was 330 iron. Then the price of Dongyin Gong soup and curry crab was reasonable. The taste is authentic, and I drank a bottle of beer. Truth be told, the night market and the seafood stalls all look the same. The dishes are almost the same. It is suggested that we watch more and see the cost performance ratio.
Chavan Street has all kinds of cafes, restaurants, shops or markets, great beaches and views. It's very close to the airport. It's busiest in the evening. The bars are open all night and all kinds of performance venues. Seafood processing restaurants are also everywhere, with Chinese service.
The next day we took the hotel's free bus to Pedestrian Street. We had to call the front desk in advance to make an appointment. We didn't have an appointment. Fortunately, the bus was not full, so we went up. In the morning, there was almost no one on the Pedestrian Street. We went straight to Central Festival and found it very easy.