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silk market --the best shopping place in beijing

Friday, 21 August 2015 21:15
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Nowadays, Beijing is not only a city for sightseeing but also a shopping paradise. Amongst all shopping areas, Silk Market Beijing is one of the few in Beijing which enjoy a world-wide reputation. In recent years, it has become one of the most popular destinations among the tourists from all over the world.

Back in 1980, only several stores scattered among embassies and diplomatic apartments on Xiushui Street. However, 10 years later, it has become a famous Silk Market Beijing which enjoys a far and wide reputation at home and abroad. Nowadays, Silk Market Beijing has enjoyed an equal popularity with the Great Wall, the Forbidden City and the Peking Roast Duck. It attracts millions of tourists from all over the world every year. It boasts a preferable location, just next to the CBD business district of Beijing City. Covering about 28 000 square meters, Silk Market Beijing is a must-see spot as a comprehensive trade center with diversified trendy commodities. The restored Silk Market Beijing runs on a fast track and focuses more on the high-quality commodities, justified price and considerate service. It has enjoyed a high prestige among some famous statesmen and stars, for example, the former president George Bush who once went shopping in Silk Market Beijing with his daughter during their stay in Beijing and took home some silk robes.

With a diverse blend of trade brands, fashion and multiple cultures, Silk Market Beijing has a rich collection of Jeans and other brand clothes, leather products, scarves, silks, batiks, pearls, pottery, Chinese tea, art wares, antiques, Chinese calligraphy and painting, fashion accessories, and kinds of local snacks. In addition, Silk Market Beijing is a gathering place for most China time-honored brands of the city, such as QJD (Quanjude) famous for Peking Roast Duck, Ruifuxiang for silks and satins as well as foreign goods, Beijing Tongrentang for traditional Chinese medicine, Qianxiangyi for silks and satins, Neiliansheng for traditional Beijing cloth shoes, Shengxifu for various Chinese caps and hats, etc. Furthermore, convenient amenities, like western café, fast-food restaurants and supermarkets are also available in Silk Market Beijing. The trip to this place will be worth it.

Nowadays, Silk Market Beijing has gone world-wide and become a famous trademark in Beijing. Over the years, it has played an active part in diversifying and promoting Beijing tour. In the future it will become more and more popular and bring more surprises to the world.

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