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Liulichang Culture Street

Liulichang Culture Street

Situated in Hepingmenwai, Xuanwu District, Liulichang Culture Street used to be the place where kilns for producing glazed tiles were situated in the Yuan and Ming Dynasties. In the early Qing Dynasty, business people of types discount viagra without prescription antiques opened antique shops on the perceptionlive.com street. During the Qianlong reign period (1736-1795), Liulichang became a collecting and www.acquapubblicatorino.org distributing center of ancient paintings, calligraphic works, ancient books, rubbings and the four treasures of the study (writing brush, ink stick, ink slab and paper). in 1982 Liulichang Culture Street was renovated, and now it has become a street with unique cultural characteristics in Beijing.

New Silk Market

New Silk Market

Although names the Silk Market, it is possible to buy just about anything at this multi level bargain Hunters paradise. Located only a few minutes by Taxi from the Forbidden City, the Silk Market is included on many China Holidays itineraries.

Panjiayuan Market

Panjiayuan Market

If your time in Beijing covers the weekend, why not head to Panjiayuan Antiques Market. With in excess of 3000 stalls, you can collect every type of holiday souvenir. Remember to bargain hard to secure the very best deals – it is expected. Chinese artifacts including pottery and art can be sought here.

Panjiayuan Market is seven kilometres south east of the Forbidden City

Wangfujing Snack Street

Wangfujing Snack Street

By day a thriving street filled with everything from local crafts and souvenirs to up market luxury international brands – a shopper’s paradise. By night, a market comes to life with street stalls selling exotic foods that will tempt you to try. Wangfujing Snack Street is located less than 2 kilometres east of the Forbidden City .

Xidan Shopping Street

Xidan Shopping Street

 Xidan has several large shopping centres, such as Chung-yo Department, Xidan Market, Xidan Shopping Centre, and Xidan SciTech. Each of them is a multi-function shopping centre integrating restaurants, recreation and shopping.