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Shopping Options in Beijing

Beijing as the capital of China and one major tourism city of the country surely offer wide ranges options of shopping activities. Everywhere around Beijing, you could come and enjoy various atmospheres in different places. Here we make article of interesting shopping venues that you can add on your list.


Measuring 786 meters long but just eight meters wide, the street snakes through the neighborhood at the north end of the Forbidden City. For more than 700 years old, Nanluoguxiang is one of the few protected areas of the old city. Situated in Dongcheng District, near Drum Tower, Nanluoguxiang filled with bars, cafes, restaurants, artsy little shops, souvenir shops and cute boutiques. Because of its impressive historical reputation and cultural influences, it's worth to spend an hour or two walking through the little alley ways and hutongs around it.

Panjiayuan Market

Panjiayuan Market is known as the largest antiques market among its kind both in China and Asia. The market has more than 3,000 individual stalls and covering a total area of 48,500 square meters. Panjiayuan Market is a home for Chinese antiques and collection including jewelry, ceramics, teapots, ethnic clothing, Buddha statues, paper lanterns, Cultural Revolution memorabilia, PLA belts, little wooden boxes, Ming- and Qing-style furniture, old pipes, opium scales, and painted human skulls. Visitors mostly come to the market on the early morning at weekend to get the best bargains prices.

Sanlitun Village

Bring you to experience a modern shopping experience in Beijing with offering a diverse mix of over 200 stores and counting, housed in a colourful and contemporary take on Beijing's traditional hutong and courtyard communities. Separated into two main areas including Taikoo Li Sanlitun South and Taikoo Li Sanlitun North, Sanlitun Village transfer you to enter a shopping, leisure, arts and entertainment community. In Sanlitun South, you will find some international brands for example, UNIQLO, LACOSTE, North Face, Benefit, MAC, Esprit, Puma and New York's Steve Madden and many others. Whereas in Sanlitun North, visitors could find exclusive selection of creative luxury designers, including BALENCIAGA, Balmain, Lanvin, LONGCHAMP, ROLEX / TUDOR, etc.

Silk Market

Silk Market covers a total area of 35,000-square-meter complex, houses 1,700 retail vendors with over 3,000 salespeople spread over seven floors with three levels of basements. Almost all the stalls have gained local and international reputation for selling counterfeit luxury designer brands at relatively low prices. Offers all the things travelers want starts from shoes, jewellery, gifts, souvenirs till electronic and pearl with cheap and reasonable price.