Top 10 Beijing Markets

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Plan your Beijing tour? If you are not interested in shopping at high-end Beijing shopping malls, where everything seems to be overpriced at fixed prices, then why not dig into the plentiful free or flea markets where you can enjoy bargaining with the local vendors.

If you are not familiar with the markets in Beijing, you may follow me to explore the top 10 Beijing markets below. I’m sure you will get what you want to memorize your Beijing trip.

Note: We have offered subway information on how to get to the following markets. You may use the Beijing subway map to guide you to get to these markets. Happy Shopping in Beijing!

Top # 01: Silk Street Market 秀水街市场
Brief introduction: The old market has been demolished. The new market is a five-storey building with an area of 30,000 square meters, known as the Silk Street Market.

There are 1,600 booths in the building. According to the developer of the building, the advantages of the old market will be available in the new one, targeting the shopping groups including foreign tourists and local white-collar workers.

Silk Street Market

Silk Street Market

Location: 8 Xiushui East Street, Jianwai Dajie, Chaoyang, Beijing北京市朝阳区建外大街秀水东街8号
Tel::(010) 51699003,  56767766,  56767768
Opening Hours: 9am-9pm
Subway: take subway line 1 and get off at the station of Yonganli (永安里), and exit from Exit A
Public Transport: Bus No.1,9,28,37,43,120,126,403,639,640,668,728,and 729, arrival at Yonganli Station

Top # 02: Panjiayuan Flea Market 潘家园旧货市场
Brief introduction: Panjiayuan Flea Market, or Panjiayuan Market, or Panjiayuan Antique Market, or whatever names you use, is a must for those who like something really Chinese. From Monday to Thursday, it is open from 8:30am to 6:00pm.

On weekend, it is open from 4:30am to 6:00pm. I suggest you go to Panjiayuan on weekends. Only on weekends, you will find some vendor coming from all parts of China to show their personal stuff or artifacts they collect and sell on the ground in a designated area in the market.

Panjiayuan Flea Market

Panjiayuan Flea Market

They just put a piece of blanket on the floor and put what they have on it.If you come here on other week days, you won’t see these free vendors.It is actually a huge market place for selling and collecting Chinese folk handcrafts, maybe the largest in Asia!

What you will see are jewelry, ceramics,calligraphy, teapots, ethnic clothing, Buddha statues, paper lanterns, Cultural Revolution memorabilia, PLA belts, Ming- and Qing-style furniture, old pipes, opium scales, and painted human skulls and many many more.

Location: No.18, Huaweili Road, just 100 meters west of Panjiayuan Bridge on the southeast third ring road.
Tel: 5120-4671
Opening Hours: Monday to Thursday open from 8:30am to 6:00pm; On weekend, open from 4:30am to 6:00pm
Subway: take subway line 10 and get off at the station of Panjiayuan (潘家园)
Public Transport: Take bus 28, 300, 368, 607, 730, 810 or 907 and get off at Panjiayuan Station.

Top # 03: Beijing Antique City 古玩城
Brief introduction: Beijing Antique City ( former Beijing Curio City) is a four-story building. It is located just to the west of Huawei Bridge on the southeast\ third ring road, about 300 meters south of Panjiayuan Flee Market. It is the largest Chinese antique trade center in Asia.

Beijing Antique City

Beijing Antique City

Beijing antique city has a total floor space of 26400㎡. The building is elegantly decorated. At present it has antique over 600 dealers, mainly selling the classical furniture, the ancient clock and watch, the ancient rug, the ancient ceramics, the celebrity calligraphy and painting, the Baiyu ivory carving, the snuffbox.

It also offers the ancient rug, the copperware image of Buddha, the ancient clock and watch, the ancient ceramic antique chinaware, the Tibetan cultural relic and much more.

Location: located just to the west of Huawei Bridge on the east-south third ring road, about 300 meters south of Panjiayuan Flee Market.

Tel: 5960-9999
Opening Hours: 10am-7pm
Subway: take subway line 10 and get off at the station of Panjiayuan (潘家园). Beijing Antique City is located to the south of Panjiayuan Flea Market.
Public Transport: Take bus 28, 300, 3 52, 378, 7 57, 830 or 986 and get off at Shilihe Station.

Top # 04: Hongqiao Pearl Market 红桥市场
Brief introduction: The name of Hongqiao Pearl Market is a little bit misleading. This four-story building offers much more than just pearls. It actually provides everything from bags, shoes, clothes, silk, tea, table cloth, toys, souvenirs, to pears and jewellery.

It is just located east of Temple of Heaven.Its main entrance – the west big gate faces the west to the road around the Temple of Heaven.If you drive to the market, you are supposed to get off at its north side gate, newly opened to ease the traffic at the main entrance.

Beijing Hongqiao Market

Beijing Hongqiao Market

The market has four stories. The first floor sells digital products, timepieces and glasses, Groceries, mobile phone parts and daily necessicities; the second floor offers clothes, shoes, cases and bags; the third floor provides pearls, jades and artifacts; the forth floor sells the high end jewellery.

Location: 36 Tiantan Donglu, Chongwen District (just opposite the east gate of Temple of Heaven)
Tel: 6711-8984
Opening Hours: 8:30am-7pm
Subway: take Subway Line 5 and get off at the station of Tiantandongmen ( East Gate of Temple of Heaven 天坛东门). Then walk to the north you will see the market.
Take bus 39, 43, 60, 116, 610

Tip # 05: Tianya Hongqiao Jewellery Market 天雅红桥市场
Brief introduction: On the east side of Hongqiao Pearl Market is the recently opened Tianya Hongqiao Jewllery Market, a complement to the well-known Hongqiao Pearl Market.

It is a five-story building with two underground floors selling almost the same stuff as Hongqiao Pearl Market. The newly established building is lavishly decorated.

Tianya Hongqiao Jewellery Market

Tianya Hongqiao Jewellery Market

Location: Fahuasi Jie 136, Chongwen District, BeijingTel: 010-8766 7127
Opening Hours: 8:30am-7pm
Subway: take Subway Line 5 and get off at the station of Tiantandongmen ( East Gate of Temple of Heaven 天坛东门).Tianya Hongqiao Jewellery Market is located just to the west of Hongqiao Pearl Market.Take bus 39, 43, 60, 116, 610

Top # 06: Liulichang Antique Street 琉璃厂
Brief introduction: On both side of the street there are plenty of storefronts and vendor’s stalls selling collectibles and art supplies, including the renowned Rongbaozhai, the most prominent shop on the west section of Liulichang. It sells woodblock prints, copies of famous calligraphy, historic paintings (reproductions), and art supplies.

It is one of Beijing’s top art shops and well worth browsing. Actually Rongbaozhai is located on the west section of Liulichang Street. To get to Liulichang Xijie ( the west section of Liulichang Street) on your right side, you have to across the main street.

Liulichang Antique Street

Liulichang Antique Street

Location: Liulichang Street, Xuanwu District;
Opening Hours: 8:30am-7pm
Subway: take subway line 2 and get off at the station of Hepingmen (和平门), and exit from the Exit C2 (check old Beijing Walking Tour for more information.)
Bus No.s 6, 14, 15, 25, 50, 53, 57, 102 and 105.

Top # 07: Dahongmen Clothing Wholesale Market 大红门服装批发市场
This huge market, oft-lauded as the largest clothing market north of Yangtze River in China. It is located on Beijing’s south axis road starting from Muxiyuan (木樨园) on the south third ring road in the north to the northern bank of Liangshui River (凉水河北岸) , about 7  km south of Tiananmen Square.

The market is composed of 24 comprehensive markets covering clothing, shoes, hats as well as food, antiques and paintings jewelry, cultural and creative products. The most well-known markets include Dahongmen Clothing City (大红门服装城) and Dahongmen Shoes City  (大红门鞋城).

Dahongmen Clothing City

Dahongmen Clothing City

Address: 15 Yongnan Road (south of Dahongmen Birdge ), Fengtai District
Chinese Add: 北京市丰台区永南路15号(大红门桥南)
Contact: 67226658
Business Hours:
Dahongmen Early Morning Market (大红门早市):4:30 am – 10:00 am
Dahongmen Clothing Wholesale Market (大红门服装批发市场) : 9:00am – 5:00 pm
Tianya Clothing Plaza (天雅服装大厦) : 9:00 am – 5:00pm
Jingwen Clothing Market (京温服装市场):9:00 am – 5:00pm
Dahongmen Shoes City (大红门鞋城):7:00 am – 4:00pm

Top # 08: Beijing Tianyi Small Commodities Wholesale Market 北京天意小商品批发市场
Beijing Tianyi Market has over 2000 suppliers from all over China with over 60,000 small products. The market has a business area of 11000 square meters with 20 business halls and 1550 booths.

Beijing Tianyi Small Commodities Wholesale Market

Beijing Tianyi Small Commodities Wholesale Market

The market can almost meet your need for  some cheap accessories. It is better to buy large quantities, let’ s say 10 pieces and it is easy to bargain in bulk-buy. The market sells everything such as hairstyles, electronics, souvenirs, toys,  Jewels, door keys, bags, tissues, clothes, cuddly toys, cosmetics, plants, shoes, phone accessories, office supplies,  bookshops, school supplies and many more!!
Business Hour: 7:30am – 5:30pm

Add: 259号 Fuchengmen Outer Street, Xicheng, Beijing, Chine, 100037
中国北京市西城区阜成门外大街259号 邮政编码: 100037
Subway line 2: Take subway line 2 and get off at the station of “Fuchengmen station”(阜成门), exit from Exit A, then walking to Fuchengmen Outter St. for about 10 minutes.

Top # 09: Zoo Market 动物园服装批发市场
Important Notice
: Zoo Market has been in the process of adjusting and upgrading.  Some of the vendors have been evacuating from the market and settled elsewhere.

Brief introduction: This is a huge wholesale market group which is composed of seven markets. Beijing Zoo Market is mainly composed of 7 sub-markets: 1) 金开利德 (Jinkaili) 2) 天乐宫 (Tianlegong) 3) 天皓城 (Tianhaocheng) 4) 东鼎 (Dongding) 5) 聚龙 (Julong) 6) 世纪天乐 (Shijitianle) 7) 众合 (Hezhong)And the most popular ones are Julong, Tianlegong and Shiji Tianle.Buy them here for half-price but be geared up for bargaining hard or buy in volume.

Everything is so cheap and so plentiful here!! Anywhere from 10-50 RMB for shirts, tops, jeans, pants, skirts, everything. Jewelry for about 10-15RMB. In some places they can be more expensive, but about 90% are the cheap prices listed above.

Zoo Market

Zoo Market

Weekday mornings are the best time to come and be prepared to spend a few hours walking around. There are also various places to eat in the area: KFC and McDonalds, Yonghe Soy Milk, Pizza Hut, Yoshinoya, Dairy Queen, A&W, Mexican Restaurant …

Location: Around Beijing Zoo, Xizhimen Waidajie, Xicheng District

Tel: 010-68312001
Opening Hours: 5:00am – 3:00pm
Subway: Take Subway Line 4, get off at Beijing Zoo Station ( 动物园)and exit from Exit D
Public Transport: Bus No.s 7, 27, 103, 105 and 111.206, 209, 319, 334, 347, 360, 362, 534, 601, 632, 634, 697, 714, 808, 814, 特4, Yuntong 104, Yuntong 105, Yuntong 106 or Yuntong 205 and get off at Beijing Zoo Station.

Any questions,  just drop a line.

Top 10 Baoguosi Culture Market 报国寺文化市场 ( closed )
Brief introduction: “Baoguosi” means Baoguo Temple ( Serving the country Temple ). It was first constructed in the Liao Dynasty (916-1125) in the southern part of downtown Beijing. Baoguo Si was a Buddhist temple.

During the Ming Dynasty, it was used to hold a member of the royal family. By the early Qing dynasty, the temple had already been turned into a popular bazaar for books and flowers.

Note: This market has been closed to recover and protect Baoguo Temple.

Any questions or updates, please drop a line. Thank you!

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296 Responses to “Top 10 Beijing Markets”

  1. Arjan says:

    Thanks Daniel, yes i like flee market and copy/copy markets. Mostly electrical and kids toys for presents. Any specific adressen for this near the airport, and is Yashow market still open? Thanks for the quick reply! Regards…

  2. Daniel says:

    Hi Aran,

    Yashow is still closed. It is said that Yashow market will be replaced by a brand-new shopping center. Maybe we have to say good-bye to Yashow as a free market forever.

    You may go to Beijing Tianyi Small Commodities Wholesale Market 北京天意小商品批发市场.
    Beijing Tianyi Market has over 2000 suppliers from all over China with over 60,000 small products. The market has a business area of 11000 square meters with 20 business halls and 1550 booths.

    The market can almost meet your need for some cheap accessories. It is better to buy large quantities, let’ s say 10 pieces and it is easy to bargain in bulk-buy. The market sells everything such as hairstyles, electronics, souvenirs, toys, Jewels, door keys, bags, tissues, clothes, cuddly toys, cosmetics, plants, shoes, phone accessories, office supplies, bookshops, school supplies and many more!!
    Business Hour: 7:30am – 5:30pm

    Add: 259号 Fuchengmen Outer Street, Xicheng, Beijing, Chine, 100037
    中国北京市西城区阜成门外大街259号 邮政编码: 100037
    Subway line 2: Take subway line 2 and get off at the station of “Fuchengmen station”(阜成门), exit from Exit A, then walking to Fuchengmen Outter St. for about 10 minutes.

  3. Elisa says:

    Hello Daniel, someone told me that zoo market changed the place. Do you know somethibg about? I really wanna buy some winter cloths for a good price.
    Thank you

  4. Daniel says:

    Hi Elisa,

    Yes,the Zoo Market has been in the process of relocation for years. You may go to Silk Market or Dahongmen Clothing Wholesale Market instead. Have a good time in Beijing!

  5. Mark Jones says:

    Hi

    Has the Toy Market behind the pearl market been closed down? Please can you advise best markets for childrens toys.

  6. Daniel says:

    Hi Mark Jones,

    I have no knowledge about the Toy Market behind the pearl market.But you may go to Beijing Tianyi Small Commodities Wholesale Market 北京天意小商品批发市场.

    Add: 259号 Fuchengmen Outer Street, Xicheng, Beijing, Chine, 100037
    中国北京市西城区阜成门外大街259号 邮政编码: 100037
    Subway line 2: Take subway line 2 and get off at the station of “Fuchengmen station”(阜成门), exit from Exit A, then walking to Fuchengmen Outter St. for about 10 minutes.

  7. shinny says:

    Hi,

    Can I know where is the wholesale market for all the baking utensils?

    Thanks

  8. Daniel says:

    Hi Shinny,

    The baking utensils are not popular locally due to the mainstream way of Chinese food cooking. You may go to Carrefour Beijing and try your luck. See the Carrefour Beijing Locations below:

    http://www.tour-beijing.com/blog/beijing-travel/beijing-shopping/carrefour-beijing-beijingt-carrefour-locations

  9. Gyimah Justice says:

    Please am in Beijing and will like to know where
    I can buy cheap mobile phone to Africa

  10. Daniel says:

    Hi Gyimah Justice,

    Thanks for your post! What do you mean by saying “cheap mobile phone to Africa”? Basically most of the mobile phones have fixed prices here. You may buy a mobile phone at an outlet or online. Enjoyb your time in Beijing!

  11. Louise says:

    Hello,
    Where can I purchase replica goods in Beijing (famous brand bags etc)?

  12. Daniel says:

    Hi Louise,

    Not easy to find fake brand bags,etc.due to the local fight against bogus products. But you may try your luck at Silk Market. Have a good time in Beijing!

  13. Julia says:

    Hi Daniel,
    Could you please tell me where can i buy women’s clothing including winter jacket,bag and clothes….. in Beijing near Beijing Capital Airport with good quality and price? Thank you.

  14. Daniel says:

    Hi Julia,

    You’d better go to Silk Market. You may go to Silk Market 秀水市场.

    How to get to the silk market from Beijing Capital airport?

    Well just take the airport express train directly from the airport to its final stop of Dongzhimen (东直门), then interchange for Subway line 2, get off at the third stop of Jianguomen (建国门)to the south , then again interchang for subway line 1 and get off at the first stop of Yonganli(永安里) to the east direction , and exit from Exit A. You will see the multi-storey building of Silk Market with tons of stuff! Or you take a taxi directly from the airport to the silk market that costs you RMB 80 or so.

    Have a good shopping!

  15. sunzal says:

    i read that the dahongmen clothing market moved. is that true? thanks. great article.

  16. Daniel says:

    Hi Sunzal,

    Yes, both Dahongmen Market and Zoo Market are to be removed according to the relocation plan by the local government. The vendors and wholesalers in the markets are said to be requested to move to Baigou Dahongmen International Clothing City (112 km southwest of the original Dahongmen Market) and Langfang New Beijing Zoo and Dahongmen Market ( 80km southeast of the orignal Beijing Zoo Market). But the reality is that very few wholeslaers are interested in moving to the new markets though they offer very good conditions in terms of business rental, tax and so on.

    There are still many vendors and wholesalers in the two markets. Little practical movement is done in the two markets though much has been said about the relocation of the two markets. They are still very much alive now.

  17. Julia says:

    Hi Daniel,
    Could you please tell me where can i buy women’s clothing including winter jacket, bag and clothes….. in Beijing near West train station with good quality and how to get there?Thank you.

  18. Daniel says:

    Hi Julia,

    Sorry for mu delayed reply!

    You may go to Beijing Urban-Rural Trade Center ( actually a large department store ). The store is about 4km to the northwest of Beijing West Railway Station. You may take Bus 98 to get to Beijing Urban-Rural Trade Center. Or you may walk or take a taxi. Chinese name for Beijing Urban-Rural Trade Center is “北京城乡贸易中心”. Have a good time in Beijing!

  19. Vladimir says:

    hello Daniel,

    ill travel to Beijing early February and i need all types of feathers for show-costumes ,
    Please , if you have any idea about it ,Could you tell me where can i find and buy them.

    many thanks

  20. Beijing tour says:

    Hi Vladimir,

    Awfully sorry, I’m not clear about all types of feathers for show-costumes. You may check out the link below for online shop:

    http://www.alibaba.com/showroom/feather-dance-costumes.html

  21. Lassel says:

    Hi Daniel! Where can I find stores/boutiques in Beijing selling fishing equipments? Fishing tackle, lures, etc.?

  22. Beijing Tour says:

    Hi Lassel,

    You may go to Beijing Fishing City (北京渔具城). Its address listed below:

    Add: No.18 East Binhe Road, Chongwen District ( Now Xicheng District ), Beijing
    Chinese Add: 北京市崇文区东滨河路18号

    Alternatively, you may shop online. Check out: http://www.alibaba.com/trade/search?fsb=y&IndexArea=product_en&CatId=&SearchText=fishing+tackle ( or you can put any key words you want to search what you want ).

  23. Lassel says:

    As both Yashow and Silk Market lost its soul in the rebuilding, what do you recommend for markets instead? I know Pearl Market, but it should be some more, or?

  24. Beijing Tour says:

    Lassel,

    Yes, more and more markets have been losing their souls mainly due to the three factors – crackdown on bogus products, the city revamping and online shopping. The low-end markets have been removed from the city’s glizty center to the suburbs or nearby towns and cities, making way for the modern and functional buildings.

    Fewer and fewer local people go to the crowded markets for shopping. Instead, people go online shopping, cheaper with fast delivery.

    You may go to Dahongmen Clothing Wholesale Market 大红门服装批发市场
    This huge market, oft-lauded as the largest clothing market north of Yangtze River in China. It is located on Beijing’s south axis road starting from Muxiyuan (木樨园) on the south third ring road in the north to the northern bank of Liangshui River (凉水河北岸) , about 7 km south of Tiananmen Square.

    The market is composed of 24 comprehensive markets covering clothing, shoes, hats as well as food, antiques and paintings jewelry, cultural and creative products. The most well-known markets include Dahongmen Clothing City (大红门服装城) and Dahongmen Shoes City (大红门鞋城).

    It is said Dahongmen Clothing Wholesale Market is also in the slow process of relocation.

    By the way,most of the vendors will go home during Chinese New Year ( Feb 8 – 15, 2016 ).

    Online Shopping: http://www.alibaba.com/ ( the largest online shopping website globally )

  25. Ye Lin says:

    Hi, do you know where I can find tools and machines for jewelrymaking in Beijing? Such tools for silver- and goldsmiths? And Jewelry boxes

  26. Beijing Tour says:

    Hi Ye Lin,

    Sorry, We don’t know where to buy tools and machines for jewelrymaking in Beijing. Why not go shopping online? Please check out the link below:

    http://www.alibaba.com/trade/search?fsb=y&IndexArea=product_en&CatId=&SearchText=+tools+and+machines+for+jewelrymaking+

  27. Dorian says:

    Hello, i remember there used to be a big market around Sihui, partially outdoor, where you could find everything from paint sprays for car, to alcohol bottles, bathroom stuffs and everything for your home…. Does that still exist?

  28. Beijing Tour says:

    Hi Dorian,

    Happy Chinese New Year!

    Great Change has taken place in Sihui area – Sihui Bus Station, Suihui Subway Station. We don’t think the low-end Sihui Market will still exist. More and more low-end markets have been relocated from the good locations in Beijing to the places outside Beijing.

  29. awais says:

    can you please guide me about purchasing ladies bags from baoding baigou near beijing

  30. Beijing Tour says:

    Hi Awais,

    Happy Chinese New Year!

    I’ve never been to Baoding Baigou. Just check Baidu online Map. It seems not easy to go to Baoding Baogou from Beijing by public transportation. The Baidu Mapo shows it takes about 10 hours by using connected sunbway lines and public buses. from Beijing to Baigou. You’d better arrange your own transport, 120km and about 2-hour’s drive.

  31. nicole says:

    happy new year! Can you recommend where to buy cotton fabric in Beijing? Also, do they sell silk fabric (not made into clothing)? thank you!

  32. Beijing Tour says:

    Hi Nicole,

    Happy Chinese New Year!

    You may go to the Silk Street Market 秀水街市场. I think it is on the 4th floor where you can find some booths selling silk fabric.

  33. Ana says:

    Hi, any recommendation where i can buy fabric garment and accessories like lace, etc in Beijing? probably similar with a wholesale fabric market in Guangzhou i think its called Zhongda Market.
    Also can you help me where can i buy some therapy toys for children with autism?
    Thank you so much for your help.

  34. Neethu says:

    Hello, could you please tell me where I can buy good and cheap crochet yarns bulk quantity near beijing?

    Thank you.

  35. soriha says:

    please i need to buy flower nipple cover. is a wholesale and its for tomorrow because i leave. where can i find it? i want to buy a lot and can not pay with credit card only cash

  36. Nameera says:

    Hello dear
    Can you please give me the address of wholesale market for kids clothing in Beijing, I am looking for my daughter cloth,she is 10 years old

  37. Beijing Tour says:

    Hi Nameera,

    But a wholesale market is for people who purchase in large quantity. You may go to Silk Street Market.

    Location: 8 Xiushui East Street, Jianwai Dajie, Chaoyang, Beijing北京市朝阳区建外大街秀水东街8号
    Tel::(010) 51699003, 56767766, 56767768
    Opening Hours: 9am-9pm
    Subway: take subway line 1 and get off at the station of Yonganli (永安里), and exit from Exit A
    Public Transport: Bus No.1,9,28,37,43,120,126,403,639,640,668,728,and 729, arrival at Yonganli Statio

  38. Douglas Cook says:

    Hi…

    Is there any shopping areas near Holiday Inn Express Minzuyuan Beijing… near the national stadium.

    thanks

  39. Beijing Tour says:

    Hi Douglas,

    There are some regular shopping stores, convenience stores and groceries, but no big flee or free markets nearbye.

  40. Ali Ashraf says:

    Hello Dear,

    I will be visiting Beijing on the 19th of April and want to first copies of the branded bags for my wife. Can you guide me where should i go and look for the bags and jewelry for my daughter who is 6 years old like hair pins clips and ponies as well? I want first copies of men belts for my self and t-shirts as well. Kindly guide me to some shopping places where i can get first copies of all the international brands.Hope to hear a positive reply soon. and yes i forgot to as as this is my first visit to china where can i get proper posh Chinese sea food and some posh HALAL food in Beijing. Please tell me some good names of Halal restaurants. I would be staying at Park Plaza Wangfujing.

    Best Regards
    Ali

  41. Beijing Tour says:

    Hi Ali Ashraf,

    There have been crackdowns on the copied products with bogus international brands. If you’d like to have some good bargains, you may go to Silk Street Market and Hongqiao Pearl Market.

    1. Silk Street Market
    Opening Hours: 9am-9pm
    Subway: take subway line 1 and get off at the station of Yonganli (永安里), and exit from Exit A
    http://www.tour-beijing.com/attraction_guide/silk_market.php

    2. Hongqiao Pearl Market
    Subway: take Subway Line 5 and get off at the station of Tiantandongmen ( East Gate of Temple of Heaven 天坛东门). Then walk to the north you will see the market.
    http://www.tour-beijing.com/travel_blog/shopping/hongqiao_pearl_market.php

    ——————

    HALAL food in Beijing ( not sure about “Posh”)
    10 Popular Halal Restaurants in Beijing Check out the link below:
    http://www.tour-beijing.com/blog/beijing-travel/top-most-popular-hahal-restaurants-in-beijing

    ———————–

    Good Seafood Restaurants in Beijing

    Check out the link below for more information:
    http://www.tripadvisor.com/Restaurants-g294212-c33-Beijing.html

  42. Rob says:

    Went to baoguosi on both weekday and on a Saturday and on both occasions it was dead, no stalls just a few within the main building. If this is is normal it’s not worth visiting!

  43. Beijing Tour says:

    Hi Rob,

    Thanks for your update! We’ll check out. Much appreciated!

  44. Beijing Tour says:

    Hi Rob,

    Yes, it has been closed to give way to the protection of Baoguo Temple. Much appreciated for your update!

  45. Mike says:

    Hi all,

    Does any one hear about JingYang Market?
    I got info that I can buy there some electronic parts for cars…

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