Shopping in Beijing

There is no shortage of places to go shopping in Beijing, if that’s what you’re into, you can find markets, retail department stores, mega-malls and the quirky side streets packed with all sorts of odd goods.

You can haggle a great price on souvenirs, no-name, and copy goods at the markets, and enjoy some savings on brand name quality goods at the major modern malls. Although in some cases you may find prices similar to the west, particularly on goods that are imported into China.

   
Inside the Beijing APM on Wangfujing Street

For detailed info on shopping markets and malls in Beijing check out goshopbeijing.com.

Wangfujing Street Beijing – Address: Wangfujing St. Beijing, China. – This is one of the most well known and most popular shopping streets in Beijing. More about Wangfujing st here…

Sanlitun Village  – Address: 19 Sanlitun Road, Chaoyang District, Beijing, China. – Ultra-modern and very new with leading brand names, more about my visit to Sanlitun Village

Sanlitun Ya Show (Yashou or Yaxiu) Clothing Market – Address: 58 Gongti beilu, Chaoyang District, Beijing. – Next door to Sanlitun Village, 5 floors of clothing, read more about my visit to the Yashou Clothing Market

Silk Street Market  – Address: 8 Xiushui East Road, Chaoyang District, Beijing, China. – 7 floors of clothing, tailors, and fashion accessories read more about my visit to the Silk Street Market here

Xidan Commercial Street – Address: Xidan St. Beijing, China. Packed with various large shopping malls.

The Pearl Market (Hongqiao Market)  – Address: 16 Hongqiao Lu Beijing, China. Pearls, Jewellery and consumer goods including fashion, bags, digital electronics antiques,  food, souvenirs, gifts, toys, shoes etc etc etc

Qianmen Street  – Address: Qianmen Street, Chongwen District, Beijing. – Near Tiananmen Square. One of Beijing’s oldest markets, recently refurbished.

Panjiayuan Market  – Address: between Panjiayuan Bridge and Huawei Bridge, Chaoyang District, Beijing, China. A large market for antiques, crafts and the like. Weekends.

Beijing Curio City  – Address: 21 Dongsanhuan Nanlu, Chaoyang District, Beijing, China. Curio, ceramics, furniture, antiques etc.

Jianguomenwai Street  – Address: Jianguomenwai Street, Chaoyang District, Beijing, China. Packed with various large shopping malls including China World Mall.

Zhongguancun E Plaza  – Address:  11  Zhongguancun Avenue, Haidian District, Beijing, China. – For all your electronics, computers, IT and electrical.

Hailong Digital Market  – Address: 1 Zhongguancun Avenue, Haidian District, Beijing, China. Cameras, PC’s, laptops and more electronics and gadgets.

 

For detailed destination reviews, see the site dedicated to Beijing – GoShopBeijing.com and for where to stay see the lists of hand-picked hotels.

See all the posts from my time in Beijing.