Beijing Shi Shopping

  • Wangfujing Street
    Wangfujing Street
    by loja
  • Wangfujing Street
    Wangfujing Street
    by loja
  • Wangfujing Street, souvenirs
    Wangfujing Street, souvenirs
    by loja

Beijing Shi Shopping

  • Silk Market

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    Hello everybody. This is the list of stuff I bought in Silk Market in 2010. D&G bag - 100 yen Keapling bag ¥ 60 A child tracksuit, a t-shirt and a nike shorts - 150 yen Adidas Adult tracksuit 100yen 2 nike t-shirts adult 100 yen Nike short for girl 60 yen 2 Belts 80 yen 3 Pants (Common Brands ...) 400 yen 4 shirts (Common brands) 380 yen...

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  • Wangfujing Street

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    Wangfujing Street is a big shopping street with clothes, booksores, street food and other. This are is almost everytime crowded but as far as I visited it twice, I didn't saw many foreigners. And yes, people were asking to take pictures. MANY pitures with me... Dear page guests, please be ready, that in Beijing you should have a lot of cash....

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  • Hongqiao Market (Pearl Market)

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    I thought of the three main market this one had the most shop keepers starting out with a reasonable price...... not like the silk market where they start of with some crazy price that no one would pay and you have to fight to get it anywhere near a real price... here I had shopkeepers say..... 30 rmb for a shirt... of course I still went down some...

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  • Cloisonne

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    I also have this in my tourist traps since i am not into this stuff however for those who love this, the factory is the largest in the beijing area and when you go to a great wall tour whether group or private, all pass by here so you can get your chance to buy cloisonne and ceramics here. Cloisonne was invented by the Byzantine empire but it...

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  • Liulichang Antiques Street

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    This street was refurbished as a kitsch pedestrian precinct in the 1980's. It was designed in the style of the qing era [1644-1911]. The homely shops are packed with crafts, calligraphy materials and effigies of Mao. most of the shops sell the same kind of things

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  • Xidan

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    Sell books. whatever books you want to look for just go to Books building. If you can not find the book there, it is mean that you almost won't find the book anywhere. Publish meeting. Famous publisher always like publish their work there because it located in the centre of Beijing and beside Xidan shopping centre. It is seems publish work there...

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  • Panjiayuan Market

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    A donde quiere que se lo llevemos ? La ventaja de este mercado es que a los extremos tienen especialistas que te pueden embalar y enviar todo lo que compres a cualquier lugar del mundo , así que ya no tienes disculpas Where do you want we carry it ? The advantage of this market is that at the ends of the market there are specialists that can wrap...

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  • Lai Tai - Lady Street

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    The Ladie’s Street (nu3 ren2 jie1) is located near the Lufthansa business district. In here there are hundreds of stalls selling all fashions of women's clothes, shoes and jewelry. And a lot of stuff from Hong Kong and South Korea as well. If you want, you (lady/miss) can even get manicures and pedicures as well as massage and other beauty...

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  • Friendship Store

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    My best buy in China was a waterproof winter jacket made of 90% duck down.It was a saving of hundreds of dollars compared to buying something similiar in australia.Although you must be carefull of the zippers and buttons which might not be of the best quality.

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  • Lufthansa Center

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    My friend and I could not believe the extremely astronomical prices at the Lufthansa Center Department Store. We were looking for deals on clothing and electronics, but this is not the place to go as prices were at least 4 times what you would pay in the states! We had better luck in the smaller stores and shops further down Wang Fu Jing Avenue. ...

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  • Pearl Paradise

    I had to select 'other' on the 'type of shop' list because it has EVERYTHING you could possibly yearn for...truly! From the outside it is a very plain looking building but when you enter, oh goodness, you can just TELL that you're not going to be able to leave for another three hours at least! I was in there last week with two friends new to...

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  • Typical Beijing trinkets and snacks

    Qianmen area has always been of interest to me and when I first came to China, this shopping area, known as Dazhanlan (but to the locals as Dashilar) was such a busy place bustling with fast food restaurants, Time Honoured Brands (shops which have been here for hundreds of years) and a mish mash of stalls selling anything from chopsticks, to mugs...

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  • Souvenir shops at tourist attractions

    If you want souvenirs, there are many souvenir shops at the major attractions with all sorts of Chinese items for you to choose. The most important thing is to bargain hard as most of these souvenirs are overpriced. You can sometimes slash up to 70% or more of the original price of the items.

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  • Beijing 2008 Olympics Souvenirs

    The Beijing Olympic Games 2008 souvenirs are sold at many locations throughout Beijing city via authorised shops only. The prices of the items are fixed so they are the same everywhere (and no bargaining). There are souvenirs ranging from a few dollars to more than $50,000 RMB, depending on your budget. If you want variety, visit the bigger stores...

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  • Bargain

    The markets (Silk Alley, Pearl Market, etc are all about the same) selling knock off designer label items, shoes, pearls, leather items. Be sure to bargain. If you don't like the price, the next booth has the same item. I found the best deals are to just buy from people off the street. If you have the time, walk around the city, you may just see...

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  • Silk Street

    For most tourists, the Silk Street Market has become a must for Beijing visitors, just like the Great Wall and the Forbidden City.You can find a large selection of bags, cases, shoes, watches, sporting goods as well as a wide range of fashionable clothes, many of which are international brands. In additional, Chinese traditional crafts and jewelry...

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  • Silk Street

    I visited Silk Street 3 weeks after its grand opening. The Silk Street is famous for ALL-FAKE** goods.You can find North Face & Columbia jacket that are more North Face and Columbia. What I meant was the designs are more impressive than the original. Of course those winter wears are not made of high-tech materials.When I was there, the big notice...

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  • Shopping in China

    We almost didn't see electronics shops that will sell different electronic gadgets, it's just a cell phones. Cell phones are sold everywhere from like 20 manufactures that I have heard just few of them.Computer shops didn't even see

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  • Buying dress in China

    Although most of our clothes are manufactured in China, its doesn't say a word about the clothes that are sold in China. There is a fation gap between China and West world about 15 years. There alot of proper suits sold with reasonable price. Forget about last fation jeans. We didn't found anything to buy that will serve us after this trip

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  • just anything

    very chinese. you can find this kind of shops everywhere around the city. it is something like convinience store, they sell everything you might need there.

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  • Bargains Galore!!!

    There's no way to describe the Pearl Market. It's a mult-floor building filled with stand after stand of pearls and other jewelry, watches, handbags and purses, shoes, leather goods, clothing, electronics, artwork, tourist novelties, the list goes on.It's all about the haggling - they give you a high starting price (which is ridiculous), you...

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  • HILON Digital City

    If you're looking for iPod wannabe, MP3 players and photos Digital storage, you must visit Hilon Digital City & surrounding digital malls near by Beijing University.Note that shops here close at 5:30pm with some joints extended till 7:00pm. Be there earlier or you will be wasting your trip there.

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  • Shopping@Wangfujing

    Wangfujing shopping malls reminded me of crossing both Midvalley Megamall and Sungai Wang (both in KL) together. The buildings are awesome looking, but the merchandise in there somehow not appeal to me.But I was quite impressed with Xintianti that located on the other end of Wanfujing street. (after McD) Just anything, but I won't buy.

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  • Cushion covers galore

    An item to be found in every colour under the sun and again with a patter / design or just a plain one. Seriously though, any colour you want to match your decor at home won't be a problem! They have your standard cushion cover shape, or ones with tassles on the corners , larger shapes, rectangular shapes and round tube like ones! All at...

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  • A dinner set for every night of the...

    And for the final of this week's shopping guide to chopsticks and placemat sets, we round off with this pretty dusty red number! Again, different in texture and style, but equally beautiful, don't you think?!They all come with six pairs of chopsticks and six placemats. You can also buy sets of two for the loving romantic couple with no family (!)...

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  • Do you like Chinese food?

    Again, just as the same first photo of chopsticks and placemats, but just in a different colour and pattern. The material they use here is fantastic with so many wonderful patterns and designs. The colours are rich and vibrant, making you want to buy them ALL!!!!

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  • Monkey masks

    These can be used as decoration only as they are made of clay! Yes, you can buy some plastic masks very easily to play with, but these are so much nicer. We currently have them hanging on our living room wall. They derive from Beijng's Opera as they are all famous characters in it.

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  • Tailor made

    Again, a little taste of the Orient for you whilst sipping on your Chardonnay!!!!This makes a wonderful and unique gift for someone. They can be bought in men's traditional outfits or ladies'. The men's one even comes with it's own hat and a plait of hair coming out of it...VERY Chinese if i may say so myself!!!

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  • The perfect gift for everyone!

    We have lots of lovely shops near where we live and indeed all over Beijing to be honest which sell these wonderful creations. I dont think the Chinese ever buy them for their own use, but the visitors to China go crazy for them..well why shouldn't they..they're absolutley gorgeous!The next following photos are all different things that you can buy...

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  • Blasphemy!!!!

    What makes it so special? I have absolutely NO idea, but the name for me is special enough!!!! And Im sure that the real Valentino and Gucci are most impressed that such a shop like this exists and that all their hard work has had a purpose to it!!!Go on, go in...just for a laugh!!!! Apparently everything you've always wanted at knocked down...

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