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A market that not only sprawls into the streets but also in the high rise building. The interior shops are top quality at reasonable prices although no real bargaining. Outin the street, there is an opportunity to see every aquarium fish the exist including all...More
Amazing display of cultural exhibits. Wide variety of shops. Worth the trip just to see the people operating the shops. Prices can be negotiated but vendors will not discount as much as other markets I have been to in China.
Locals come here to buy plants, succulents, flower pots; inside the building, some shops sell aquarium fishes and feed; other stalls sell trinkets. Interesting to drop by if you are in the Nanping Walking Street area. Another flower market is ChaJie Flower Market which sells...More
Sadly, the current condition does not make this a worth while stop. I was able to see the occasional spot that had old character, but otherwise was very disappointed. Vendors sprinkled around the edges are selling potted plants and birds in modern metal caged -...More
As mentioned by other Tripadvisors, the original building was already demolished. However, the streets and alleys were lined with many shops. When I visited around 08:30am, it was too early as most shops were closed. Only a handful were opened - selling plants and flowers,...More
One of the most interesting parts about traveling in China is the various markets. This one doesn't disappoint, but as usual it is very busy and there are various stalls selling both animals and plants.
I lived in Kunming in the late 80s when the Bird and Flower Market was a narrow street lined on both sides with vendors of birds, flowers, fish, turtles, and all sorts of trinkets. Now it's three levels of shops of all kinds. It's a...More