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This is actuall a mall and very far what a flea market would look like. Theyre actually two adjoining buildings, the front is bigger than the other one at the back.
The big one has six floors teeming with shops from end to end. Each...More
This is really not one would associate with a flea market, as it is housed in an airconditioned building with five levels. One has to bargain hard to get a good deal. There is everything from clothing to luggage to toys and everything in between....More
Excellent place to shop. Best market is behind bairong World Trade Center . Just cross the market at the end you have to cross one road and plaza behind this market is awesome for shopping but you have to bargain a lot . Shopkeepers are...More
We took a taxi, kind of 2 huge buildings that are linked, 1 is Bairong Market and the other is the World Trade Center Market ..or something like that (this one is not so cheap) .
Shop after shop of some of the same stuff...More
Difficult to get here by train and after shopping, you will need a taxi! This place is massive but well organised by sections. Not so much a market but more like a shopping centre. Don't be fooled by it being referred to as a flea...More
This place is a GIANT market known as Bairong World Trade Center.
It's apparently the largest trading centre in Asia with 460,000 square meters of floor space. That's almost 5 million square feet!
There are two separate, massive buildings, each 6 stories high and full...More
Forget about all the other markets in beijing the government is systematically closing down all good markets in beijing.
at this market you will find everything you need from clothes to toys to shoes with western sizes and good quality ant its open until 7-8...More
Yes, it is a huge mall and you can buy almost anything. But then, you didn't come to China to buy household items and stuffs, do you? Prices not really very cheap. Don't have to go out of the way just to get there.
We were recommended this place by our driver when we mentioned that we don't like tourist traps. He buys things from Bairong himself. True enough there was not a single foreigner the whole time we were there. We were told to haggle but noticed that...More