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Beijing Zoo Clothes Wholesale Market

时间:2015/4/7 13:40:40 作者:learnmorechina 来源: 查看:186 评论:0
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The Zoo Market, known as the Dongwuyuan (动物园), is where local residents  shop for their clothes. It's a boxy, heaving place, crammed to the rafters with dirt-cheap clothes, bags, shoes and coats. This massive wholesale group includes seven markets around Beijing Zoo. Those most popular are Julong, Dongding, Tianlegong and Shiji Tianle. If you’re looking for a new coat or jacket, RMB50 should do it, a jumper or top? RMB20. The scarcity of foreigners there makes getting the same prices as locBeijing Zoo Clothes Wholesale Marketals difficult, so it’s worth hovering around a stall until a Chinese person comes along to get an idea of the real price. You’ll be shocked at how low they are. Claustrophobics are best advised to steer clear of the Zoo Clothing Market, especially on weekends when stampedes are part of the experience.

Address: Xizhimenwai Avenue, behind the bus station opposite Beijing Zoo, Xicheng District, Beijing

Tips to getting Beijing Zoo Clothes Wholesale Market:
Subway: Take subway line 2 or 13 to Xizhimen. From there, walk westwards. After about 300 meters you should be able to see the Beijing Exhibition Center and Beijing Zoo. The Zoo Market is close by. Alternatively, take subway line 4 directly to Beijing Zoo station.

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