Shopping Streets and Markets

Beijing Lu
Beijing Lu
Beijing Lu
Beijing Lu Pedestrian Street, This is the main shopping thoroughfare, a pedestrian street where most stores are open from 9AM-10PM. It has absolutely everything; cheap clothes, good food and even a little history. There is a display of the original road from the song dynasty (960 – 1279 A.D).
How to go there?
Metro: Line 1 or Line 2, Get off at Gongyuanqian Station, Exits C or D, about 5 minutes walking.
Shangxiajiu Lu
Shangxiajiu Lu
Shangxiajiu Lu
Shang Xia Jiu Pedestrian Street situated in the central area of Liwan (or Xiguan) district, this area consists of Shangjiu Lu, Xiajiu Lu and Dishipu Lu. The street is notable for its unique Lingnan architectural style, Xiguan folk customs, commercial and cultural ambience. Featuring the characteristics of European and Chinese styles.
How to go there?
Metro: Line 1 ,Get off at Changshou Lu Station, Exits D1 or D2 ,about 10 minutes walking
Guangzhou Watch Market
Guangzhou Watch Market
Guangzhou Watch Market
There are more than 3000 companies engage in wholesale business of watches and watch fittings and accessories in Guangzhou watch market. They are from all parts of China. Some of them are famous manufacturers in China. You can source here multitudinous fittings at a low cost. International Transportation companies, Import and Export companies and developed ability of traffic. All these conditions supply advantage for the developement of the market. In this market, there are the most styles, the newest designs and the best price! It’s the optimal watch and clock market in the world!
How to go there?
Metro: Line 2 or Line 5, Get off at Guangzhou Railway Station , Exit F,about 5 minutes walking.
Guangzhou Jade Market
Guangzhou Jade Market
Guangzhou Jade Market
Hualin Jade market was local in the Xia-jiu road , is the largest market for jade in Guangzhou. The market covers an area of 10,000 sqm and the vast majority of Guangzhou’s jade traders can be found in the area, where there are many stalls selling jade and pearl. Hualin Jade Street’s history dating back to the Qing Dynasty. The Qing dynasty, the jade is Waring Street, where the Xin-sheng Street, King’s Gate Street and the West to the beginning of land area has been.
How to go there?
Metro: Line 1, Get off at Changshou lu Station, Exits A
Guangzhou Wedding Dress Street
Guangzhou Wedding Dress Street
Guangzhou Wedding Dress Street
Wedding Dress Street is the north part of Jiang Nan Da Dao, north of Zhua Jiang Bridge. It is at present the biggest wedding dress dealing distributing center in Guangdong province. This street is full of beautiful things in eyes. Floweriness weeding dresses including fashion, classic and European styles greet into eyes. The dealing of wedding dress is flexible; retail, wholesale and lend all are available. It caters for every shopping level.
How to go there?
Metro: Line 2,Get off at Shi er going Station, Exits D
Qingping Market
Qingping Market
Qingping Market
Qingping Market in Guangzhou came into existence in 1979. It has over 2000 stall along 1-km-long Qingping Lu and Ti Yun Lu in the north of Shamian Island. It is the largest street market in Guangzhou. Over 60, 000 people shop there every day at the Qingping Market in Guangzhou. Just like a take-away zoo, you may find both dried starfish, snakes, leopard and and lived ones there.
How to go there?
Metro: Line 1, Get off at Huangsha Station ,Exits D
Yi De Lu
Yi De Lu
Yi De Lu
Yi De Lu lies in the city central area. Yi De Lu is a road with already a hundred years. Yi De Lu and areas around are places for you to find lots of dolls, toys, gifts, souvenirs and dried sea food. It is a traditional dried sea food road, and now this road adds other articles which are popular among children world. Yi De Lu is packed of whole sale stalls, shops and markets.
How to go there?
Metro: Line 2 ,Get off at Haizhu Square Station ,Exits D
Guangzhou Xiguan Antiques Market
Guangzhou Xiguan Antiques Market
Guangzhou Xiguan Antiques Market
Guangzhou Xiguan Antiques Market is located at NO.1 Liang Feng-Yuan Road. This market is the only approved relic artifacts antiques market operators in the nearby district and it’s one of the top ten antique markets in china. The market has a length of 500 meters near the street-style antique market existing businesses more than 100 units, covering an area of about 8553 square meters , Antique Street in Guangzhou is an antique lover’s paradise! The antique market is situated in the alleys off Daihe Lu. It’s very informal and consists mostly of people peddling wares from their windows or the back of a truck.
How to go there?
Metro: Line 1, Get off at Changshou lu Station ,Exits A
Taojin Lu
Taojin Lu
Taojin Lu
Located near Huanshi Donglu, Taojin Lu is a famous street in Guangzhou, known by locals and expats alike for a number of nice restaurants and shops. Yuexiu District authorities have recently decided to transport this small road into Guangzhou’s “Wall Street” with large LED screens broadcasting live the fluctuations of the stock market.
How to go there?
Metro: Line 5, Get off at Taojin Station, Exits B
Guangzhou Wende Lu
Guangzhou Wende Lu
Guangzhou Wende Lu
Guangzhou Wende Road is to be built as Guangdong’s cultural center, promoting traditional Lingnan heritage including Yue opera, Guangdong embroidery and Canton Enamel through exhibitions, conferences, forums and academic exchange. Shops sold the “four treasures of study” (writing brush, ink stick, ink slab and paper), antique calligraphy, paintings and books. Dozens of bookstores, curio stores and stationers are still there – a magnet for educated people from all over the city.
How to go there?
Metro: Line 1,Get off at Peasant Movement Station ,Exit D
Guangzhou Fangcun Tea Market
Guangzhou Fangcun Tea Market
Guangzhou Fangcun Tea Market
Guangzhou Fangcun Tea Market is located in the southwestern part of Guangzhou, and you will find an exhibition of all varieties of tea from the whole country (including Taiwan), packaging materials, machinery for tea, and tea sets and utilities of various styles.
How to go there?
Metro: Line 1 ,Get off at Funcun Station

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  1. Hi,
    I will be staying in Shamian Island this December and appreciate if you can tell me shops nearby selling dried fruits, nuts and seeds like sunflower, pumpkin seeds?
    Thank you.

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