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Chinese Art & Antique Shopping in Beijing Markets

Chinese Art & Antique Shopping in Beijing Markets

As you know, Chinese art is just widely popular, while Beijing is the representative of the finest arts and crafts China has to offer.

So a Chinese painting, calligraphy, or other handicrafts should be perfect gifts for your firends and family when you get back home from Beijing China.

calligraphy
Love Chinese Calligraphy? there are many shop keepers showing their calligraphy skills live.

antiques
The antiques are made in earlier times and valued for its age. But, in Beijing, most of them are newly manufactured replicas.

Top 8 Beijing Shopping Markets for Chinese Art & Antiques

You must have browsed numerous online pages about Beijing shopping markets and areas, which, however, makes you much more confused about where are the best places to buy Chinese art and antiques.

On this page, you can find the top 8 shopping markets selling Chinese art and antiques, sorted by tourists’ popularity.

Just scroll down and select a perfect one then move to shop.

Beijing Panjiayuan Market 5 star

Beijing Panjiayuan Market

As the largest market selling second hand goods and curios in the area, it is like a big museum, attracting visitors at home and abroad with its unique charm. Panjiayuan market is truly a market packed with Chinese traditional culture.
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Beijing Hongqiao Market 5 star

Beijing Hongqiao Market

Actually, the name of Hongqiao Pearl Market is a little bit misleading, because it offers much more than just pearls in its four-story building, and provides everything from bags, shoes, clothes, silk, to seafood, and digital products.
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Beijing Silk Market 5 star

Beijing Silk Market

Beijing Silk Street High-rise, which draws lots of attentions, is open for the public on 19 March, 2005, replacing the infamous original outdoor Xiushui market. It has been a shopping center in Beijing.
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Beijing Liulichang Street 5 star

Beijing Liulichang Street

Lilichang is 750m long with a long history from Yuan, Ming and Qing Dynasties. Now, there are dozens of shops here, and it is really a good place to these who love Chinese curios, calligraphy, painting or other artwork.
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Beijing Curio City 5 star

Beijing Curio City

South of Panjiayuan and next to the Antique City Hotel, Curio City is four floors of antiques, scrolls, ceramics, carpets and furniture. It is Asia’s biggest curio arts and crafts trade center.
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Beijing Yandai Xiejie5 star

Beijing Yandai Xiejie

Yandai Xiejie, located in an 800-year old hutong neighborhood that has not been bulldozed for the Olympics or otherwise, you can get a feel for an ancient neighborhood while browsing through antiquities, minority shops and art galleries.
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Beijing Nanluoguxiang5 star

Beijing Nanluoguxiang

As one of the best preserved historical areas of Beijing downtown, Nanluoguxiang is a great place to chill out and enjoy the surrounding architecture, as well as being one of the most chic and trendy places to hang out in the afternoons and evenings.
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Beijing Qianmen Street5 star

Beijing Qianmen Street

Located at the center of Beijing near Tiananmen Square, Qianmen Street, no more than 2 km long, has been a prosperous area for more than 600 years and has accumulated some long-standing stores.
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