A Fun Ti Carnival Tours – Beijing, China

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A Fun Ti Carnival
阿凡提嘉年华

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2 Guaibang Hutong, 188 Chaonei Street, China, Beijing

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By Julia Zhu,

Tours and events, Interpreting across China starting from USD120

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I like Kabob there. it's a good restaurant for Muslims with good location in Beijing. Dance performance is a good enjoyment as well.
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By Eric Denny,

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Nice culture.
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By Beijing China Guide Terry,

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Food quality is very good, but the price is a bit expensive, my customers like their chicken market. Lamb kebab and tea.
 
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By Beijing China Guide Terry,

For The Best China Business And Sightseeing Experience

5

Restaurant layout is very ethnic characteristics , lamb skewers stunning , one meter long , the chef is superb taste very fresh and delicious !
 
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By Beijing China Guide Terry,

For The Best China Business And Sightseeing Experience

5

This is a typical Xinjiang restaurant . Very attractive addition to a meter-long string of mutton , the key lies in the unique atmosphere , very exciting evening performances.
 
Book a table before you go to have a dinner.

By Emily Wang,

Love travelling. Hope I can help you enjoy your trip in Beijing.

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Yes, it is a special restaurant in Beijing. Many people from other countries love it very much. Because it is a popular restaurant, you have to book a table before you go to enjoy a wonderful night. As for the price, about 120 yuan for one people.
Looks so cool!
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Wow, it looks like a fun place to have party together, i like Xinjiang people, they can sing and dancing so well, plus, their wine, grapes and roast lamb, it`s attracts me all the time. Hmmm, will it expensive there? Do they need to book a table before i go?

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