Add:Close to the east end of Gaoyin Street
Nepal Handicraft Street runs between Gaoyin Street and Hefang Street, featuring crafts ranging from jewelry and knick-knacks to figures of Buddha and thangka - scroll paintings of Buddha.
Established in 2006 and run by two Nepali merchants, the lane has become well-known for its distinctive goods, all hand-made in Nepal.
Best sellers include silver chains and rings, plus other jewelry featuring crystal, shells and gems.
Bronze Buddha figures are also popular, with a 10-centimeter one priced at 600 yuan (US$94).
Other items related to Buddhism include ox bone figures of Buddha, prayer beads and praying wheels. Handicrafts on offer also include paper jewelry boxes, collapsible wooden containers, incense and hand-painted stone plates.