guangzhou shopping street

Guangzhou 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). In the center of the street you will see two underground ... Read More »

Shangxia Jiu 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. As one of the three most famous commercial centers ... Read More »

Haizhu Square

Haizhu Square Haizhu Square is a square for plants and traffic close by the Pearl River, ranging from the north of Haizhu Bridge, Taikang Road, to south of Yide Road, west of Qiaoguang Road and east of Yiyuan. What was once a stronghold of revolutionary fervor (as can be seen from the rifle-thrusting monument in the center of the roundabout) ... Read More »

Yide Lu (Road)

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 ... Read More »

Guangzhou Fangcun Tea Market

Guangzhou 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. It is estimated that more than 3000 stores are situated on Fangcun Dadao and at ... Read More »

Markets of Flowers and Pets in Fangcun

Guangzhou is nicknamed as ‘City of Flowers,’ thanks to its warm and humid subtropical climate, which is good for plants, and local flourishing tradition of cultivating domestic plants for pleasure. Many markets also offer pets, fishes, and accessories. Fangcun Area of Liwan District Fangcun was named “Flower Place” and “Thousand Year Flower Home”, which has a flower growing history of ... Read More »

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. A street that passes through a great ... Read More »

Guangzhou Gaodi Street -Household Merchandise Street

Guangzhou’s traditional signature market. North to Haizhu Square. Since 1980, Gaodi Street is developed to be the underwear, swimwear& apparel wholesale street in Guangzhou. Gaodi Street is China’s famous underwear business district “Gaodi Street Shopping Center” overlooks the Pearl River in the south and is adjacent to guangzhou merchandise building, Xindaxin Company, and famous dress shops on xihu road in ... Read More »

Zhuangyuan Fang

Zhuangyuan Fang, a street located on Renminnan Lu, is where antiques and crafts of Lingnan style began to develop 700 years ago. By the end of the Qing Dynasty (about 1911), handicraft workshops became popular, enjoying good reputation at home and abroad. It is a Showcase of local youngsters’ shopping craze, featuring stationery, gifts, clothes, pets and fun items in ... Read More »

Guangzhou Wende Lu (Road )

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 ... Read More »