Jewelry Stores

Oriental Plaza


Situated just east of the Forbidden City at the corner of Wangfujing Street is Asia's second largest shopping mall. Oriental Plaza is bright and spacious and offers fashion stores, jewelers, health and beauty outlets, a launderette, supermarket,...  Read More

Qianmen District
Dashalar Street


For over 600 years, citizens of Beijing have thronged to Dashalar Street to bargain for their daily needs. The entrance to the street is on the west side of Qianmen Street, just a couple of hundred yards south of Tiananmen Square. Apart from...  Read More

China World Trade Center Shopping Mall


A Beijing landmark, the China World Trade Center, locally known simply as "Guomao," is an impressive modern shopping center where you can buy almost anything. Designer stores include Louis Vuitton, Celine, Prada, Gucci and Hermes. Banks with...  Read More

Beijing Guwan Cheng


Beijing Curio City is a four-story complex hosting dozens of stores where you can buy souvenirs. The market specializes in antique wooden furniture, antique pottery, Chinese art, bone carvings, intricate carpets, antique timepieces, pearls and...  Read More

Ri Tan Shangwu Lou


Ladies, go wild! This is the Chinese capital's most decadent, most ultra-chic shopping pavilion. Nearly 100 trendy stores stock the finest in womens' clothing, designer names included. Footwear, lingerie and jewelry stores are also at your beck and call.

Sanlitun Village
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Beijing's go-to shopping area for expats, westerners and tourists. The facility boasts international brands, a theaters, restaurants, bars and much more.

The Gate City Mall
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The three domed peaks of this mega shopping center is a landmark for the north-west corner of the city, and home to one of the western area's largest malls and office buildings. It's locate smack at the hub of three major subway lines, and is...  Read More

Panjiayuan Market


The Great Flea Market of China � this is the place to get in among the crowds and haggle. Panjiayuan Market has over 3000 stalls, selling everything from Tibetan carpets to porcelain tea sets to medicinal herbs to pirated DVDs. It's...  Read More