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I have visited here a number of times and find it fascinating with lots of original Chinese art available (you need to go upstairs to view it). The prices are also reasonable but you do need to bargain quite hard. Not many 'foreign' tourists get...More
The Song Xian Qiao antique market was great to just wander around for an hour or so, there was some quite interesting knick knacks, didn't really see any 'real antiques' (although it was early and things were still opening); the Shu embroidered pictures were pretty...More
This was an interesting place but I was hoping for a bit more. I've been to similar places in Shanghai and Beijing and found lots more and at more reasonable prices. Chengdu is just different and that takes some getting used to. This isn't a...More
I make a special trip to the Song Xian Qiao Antique and Art Market every time that I am in Chengdu. There are hundreds of bead and trinket vendors on the ground floors, but upstairs you will find the artists and art dealers. Given that...More
We went out to this place not knowing what to expect but it was better than my expectations. It's mostly a Tibetan fair of sellers in booths with tables lined up with the usual beads and arts & crafts and books and antiques that you...More
Neat little spot by the river with a variety of antiques of different periods. I found that things weren't up and running fully until almost 11 in the morning the day I visited but if you're into little treasures should be worth the wait. In...More
After first visiting the rest of Chengdu shopping areas and markets, the Song Xian Qiao market was by far the best. We should have skipped the rest of the tourist shops and headed straight for this one.
With hundreds of shops and two floors of...More