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BJ Apm, Beijing
(4.4/5 based on 75 reviews on the web)
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  • It is a shopping center that has several floors with enough restaurants in 5 and 6 th floor then clothing businesses are not economic and there is nothing special for our Western clothing style and I thought was pretty bad quality clothes. There is also a Uniqlo. In the end we were close and used it to go and eat.
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  • From the station and King BU Wangfujing Dajie is especially large and beautiful building. Has become a shopping center Atrium during the family's deviation from the student population. Be gathered, such as a couple, shopping and dining. I took here in the main restaurant. I liked fire pot shop, Opuntia Japan marugame noodle, Pork cutlet, Genki sushi or ramen noodle shop, was crowded inside. Was just just released new products for the iPhone, and the Apple in front of the crossing side, so shop is of course awesome product promotions in the store front of the big screen.
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  • Shopping center directly on Wangfujing Street, not notice difficult. On the ground floor-the Apple Store. Many different shops, prices-as everywhere (not a fan of shopping, just need a backpack that was quickly found and purchased). If you purchase not required-climb the 5 and 6 floors! There are many different eateries restaurants for every taste and purse, anything accurately for themselves will find. While visited "JIAHE Porridge" (inexpensive, large selection, small portions), Nine Road Pizzeria (pizza and pasta, but in a very Asian-style), Shanghai Restaurant (small portions of expensive dumplings and sticky tables), Grandma's (traditional Chinese cuisine, restaurant, but almost always turn), even where that was, but the names forgotten.
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