Wang Fu Jing Avenue, or the "walking street," is lined with shops selling everything from women's fashions to eyeglasses and ... More
Wang Fu Jing Avenue, or the "walking street," is lined with shops selling everything from women's fashions to eyeglasses and Chinese tea. There are several shopping centers like the Beijing Department Store, Sun Dong An Plaza, and Wang Fu Jing Department Store. Running parallel to Wang Fu Jing Avenue are Dong Dan Bei and Dong Si Nan Avenues, with a high concentration of small restaurants, shops and boutiques. Evening shoppers should not miss Dong An Men Avenue, where a variety of street food-stalls sell everything from noodles and dumplings to deep-fried scorpion and grasshopper.
wang fu jin street is a good place for modern people which like shopping as there is quite alot of shops which are selling branded stuff and lastest stuff . i have been there twice for my one week backpack trip there for food and shopping for gift . most likely i have been in the oriental plaza and have been to the food republic overthere which is a food court which sells variety of food at which suits different people taste . if people which like to buy olympic stuff there are a few shops which are selling olympic things and the biggest shop selling this stuff is the olympic flagship store which occupied the hold level is near wang fu jin bookstore . wang fu jin bookstore have alot of books it a book world but the building inside is rather old but it worth going . after going wang fu jin street if there is time left your can go to wanf fu jin foodstreet there are two entrance the one beside septwolves store or the middle of wang fu jin street which has a chinese board high on top carved with chinese words . if can your can also take a brief walk to dong hua night market which have variety of food too to be choosen . if you go don hua night market dont miss the xin jiang grilling mutton which is spicy yet nice and the grilling of oyster with garlic and chilli .
This is a 4 or 5 long block street near the center of Beijing. It's a lot like big shopping streets in the West - wide sidealks, tons of people walking around, big department stores. It's also got some little tables to sit down and watch the upper middle class locals (who are mostly probably tourists themselves) walk around.
There's a nice bookstore which has cheap Chinese printed English books in the first two floors and great US priced imported books on the third.
Honestly i didnt do much shopping here, but if u go here, try not to miss the street of the food stands, its a very strange thing to the western eye, u cant miss it... the entrance its beside a big tv screend and about in front of the kfc, sorry i dont know the name of the street ;)
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