Jinli Old Street is located to the east of the Wuhou Memorial Temple of Chengdu. It is recorded that as right on time as the Qin Dynasty (221 BC - 206 BC), Jinli Street was the most popular spot for baldachin - a rich, luxurious material. What's more it was one of the busiest business territories amid the Shu Kingdom (221-263). Henceforth, it is known as 'First Street of the Shu Kingdom'. To recover its thriving of previous days, it was restored with commitments from the Wuhou Memorial Temple and was opened to open in October of 2004. From that point forward, guests from all over China and abroad accumulate here to unwind, respect the conventional style structures, and taste some neighborhood snacks.
Jinli Old Street is one of the most seasoned shopping lanes in Sichuan Province, and it can be followed back to the Three Kingdoms Period, more than 1,800 years prior. The road showcases the traditions of Xishu and the way of life of Shuhan (one of the Three Kingdoms from 221 to 263). The majority of the building design here is of the style of the habitations in western Sichuan Province.
Walking around the street, you will end up encompassed by old-world stores offering Shu Embroidery, polish items, society painstaking work, trinkets, or calligraphies and artworks of superstars. These stores have their extraordinary style additionally have one thing in like manner: regardless of how occupied the spot is, the stores are quiet and unwinding. You can skim comfortable or buy a few keepsakes for your companions. The vast majority of the unique neighborhood items can be found here.