Yan Oasis Resort & Spa

No.8 Yanshun Road, East Yanjiao economic, Beijing, Beijing Region, 065201, China
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Shopping eletronics

by lima.clco

If one is to buy eletronics in China where would be best, beijing, Shangai or Hong Kong>

I mean to get really good products, not a fake one and also regarding prices in international terms.

Thank you.

Re: Shopping eletronics

by chinamonty

I don't recommend buying high priced electronics whilst you are in China. The warranty is only for China and the electrical safety may not meet your home countries requirements and you may even be refused entry for some items. Hong Kong would be better although slightly dearer you get the latest models that are available.

Re: Shopping eletronics

by chengdu-girl

Like the former one, I also don'r recommend you to buy any electronic tools in China. Besides their quality, they are very expensive in China, espcecially some newest high-tech products. Hong Kong is a better place to buy such products.There are plenty of products in Hong Kong.

Re: Shopping eletronics

by ellyse

Only Hong Kong.

Re: Shopping eletronics

by linsoulmate

buy electronics in China? excep for emergency,it's not a good idea to buy in China, like u mentioned,there are a lot of fakes. only shopping with an experience can u buy real and medium price product.

Re: Shopping eletronics

by crewrower

Hong Kong. And even there be careful of rip offs. Generally not good bargains to be had in China unless you go to the right places AND you know what you're doing.

Re: Shopping eletronics

by jimmygates

Hinice to meet you. i think in my hometown Guilin, there are have a lot eletronices can buys,if you visit my hometown,you can find it
keep touch
jimmy

Re: Shopping eletronics

by ellyse

Just because they're available in Guilin (and any major city in China), it doesn't mean that it's recommended to buy electronics there.

Re: Shopping eletronics

by crewrower

ellyse, it was just now recommended by jimmygates.

Re: Shopping eletronics

by ellyse

Yes, I know. My answer was in reply to his recommendation.

Re: Shopping eletronics

by polartraveller

Hong Kong as most electronics in China do not carry international warranties while those in HK do. Stick with the brand name stores like Broadway and Fortress with fixed prices, do buy those cellophane wrapped stuff off stores on Nathan Road as most do not carry full warranties and some may be fake or used.

Re: Shopping eletronics

by ellyse

"do buy those cellophane wrapped stuff off stores on Nathan Road"
polartraveller, I think you missed a "not" in there?

Re: Shopping eletronics

by polartraveller

Correct "DO NOT", always can count on my English teacher to check my messages!
My friend bought a D60 in Shenzhen, not sure if the saleslady was super lovely or not but just the weight of the camera was not right, it was so lite and the plastic casing has a cheal feeling. He had trouble with the focusing and he took it back to the Nikon repair shop, the guys there don't even want to touch it.

Re: Shopping eletronics

by ellyse

Oh my, that sounds awful. :(

Travel Tips for Beijing

Hutong

by tompt

Hutongs are lanes or alleys formed by lines of siheyuan (houses around a courtyard) where old Beijing residents live. There used to be thousands of these hutongs, but they are torn down at high speed, in order to replace them for modern apartment buildings. This is said to beautify the city before the olympics in 2008.

Just walk or ride your bicycle through a hutong and absorb the atmosphere.

HONG QIAO MARKET

by LysDor

This is a typical chinese department store close to the temple of heaven. The first floor is full of faked watches and other items and the other 3 upper floors are dedicated to clothes, bags, shoes etc.

Prices are much cheaper here but be prepared to bargain as well!!.

There are also chinese antiquites here and a huge area of genuine pearl sellers. Design your own pearl necklace here! The best service and prices are to be found here though after tight negotiations and letting them understand that this particular shopping stand has been recommended as the best one to you and that is why you came here! Even some presidents, kings and queens have visited the place.

Packing List

by Chris_Dahlia

The weather in Beijing is so dry and windy almost all the seasons. So, some body lotion is needed. In summer, it is pretty hot, T-shirt can be nice then. And winter it is so cold and sometimes snows too, don't forget your coat then. And yes, usually you have to walk a lot while visiting places, so, sport shoes are really needed.

Wangfujing Street

by Unknownsu about Wangfujing Street

One of Beijing’s most famous shopping streets with 2 major shopping malls and a number of large department stores. It is also home to numerous stalls and shops that can keep you occupied for hours. You can buy things that you need and don’t need but will end up buying anyway for this is an excellent people watching street.

The most of the night life in...

by TobbeW

The most of the night life in Beijing is concentrated to one street 'Sanli Tun', this street is full of small nice bars, some with live music. This is the street where both the local people and the toursist go, some bars are open until 5 or 6 in the morning.

You can also find some discos in the city, I have seen advertisements but never had the time to go...

Karaoke bars are common in Beijing (as everywhere in China and Asia).. but do not expect the same to find any strip-bars like in many other asian countries...

Anyway.. Go out and have some fun in the evening! Whatever.... as long as you have clothes...

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