Huis’ Street is famous as a block where food is concentrated. Although it is regarded as a tourist spot for tourists, local residents have always considered it as a main place to eat snacks and go shopping for leisure, especially in summer night markets, where more citizens eat and cool off while killing time. Mainly selling cakes, dried fruit, candied fruit, snacks. Huis’ Street is famous for its mutton skewers and pot stickers, attracting many tourists every year. Some of these traditional snacks have even been handed down for hundreds or thousands of years, dating back to the most famous Tang Dynasty. There are also hundreds of years old stone walls and buildings that are archaeologically significant and worth visiting.