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New Silk Alley Market (Xiu Shui), Beijing

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Prepare for a visual feast of colored textiles and some serious bargains at New Silk Alley Market (Xiu Shui), a large nine-level shopping mall and an important start of China's New Silk Road. With over 1,700 retail outlets covering 35,000 sq m (376,736 sq ft), the market offers much more than silk. You can browse through designer clothes, shoes, and accessories, or order your tailor-made garments. In the past, tourists flocked here for counterfeit designer brands. A covered market since 2005, the shopping center still makes a popular tourist stop and has its own subway station. Choose to start, finish, or center your holiday on a trip to New Silk Alley Market (Xiu Shui) by using our Beijing trip itinerary builder.
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  • Renovated and more modern is the heart of shopping and bargaining on everything you want to buy. There really are first choices and Low quality and trading will be exhausting but absolutely not to be missed!
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  • A "mall" set up with stalls selling everything from souvenir trinkets to silk suits, luggage, etc. The hook is that you are expected to barter for everything, don't accepted the tagged price. The cler...  more »
  • First write, how to get there, and I will speak later. If you like every Russian people live in the area, great service, i.e. in the area of the so-called "Rasha town", in fact, to the silk market are within walking distance. How to make? You need to get out on the street Ritan'. Get the muzzle in Ritan' Park. Bypass it on the right hand and shoot away. But keep in mind you'll Street Park bypass is long enough. Green. And empty. Though the city centre, but there's no one walks. On one side is the park itself. It is on the left. And that's right go past glazejushhimi with military units on you time-guards, and by embassies of different countries. Maybe that's why local here does not roam? Afraid of ... Go long. Approximately half an hour. Street stops at an impasse. Turn again to the right, and a big house in front of a large highway and will search the silk market. By the way, if laziness beat feet about Beijing bridge, just take velorikshu. Ten minutes of shame, and you are spot on. However, as you explain to the owner of the bike with a sidecar destination, this is a separate issue. And to our topic has no direct relationship. So, we got. When we say:-Silk market. -The imagine Bazaar series fabric on the counter and portnjazhku with metre gauge. It's not quite true. Or rather not so. The silk market is quite a modern multistory building shopping centre. Equipped with the latest technology. With escalators and lifts ....
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