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The guides will tell you it is not worth visiting, because they can not receive any commission from the vendors. But insist to go there and you will not regret it. When you enter the main gate of the walled marketplace, the so-called antiques are...More
Visited Panjiayuan on a Sunday afternoon, this is a great market to find antiques and other interesting curios, be prepared to bargain hard! There are facilities and cafes so it’s just a great day out in Beijing!
used to be the place to get antiques and odds and ends, but now entirely replica and fake antiques being passed off as authentic. I literally watched a guy make new scrolls into old scrolls by soaking them in tea and sun drying them. Fun...More
This is a nice market with just fake antiquities. Do not purchase if you do not have knowledge in antiquities because first they will scam you with a foreigner price ( much more expensive ) and it will not be a antiquity but just a...More
Definitely make a trip to see this market! We came around 2pm and by 5pm some vendors started to pack up. We stayed for hours perusing the hundreds of stalls. There are tons of jade and other gems being sold, teacups/pots, art, jewelry, and more....More
This is one of the largest flea markets (in terms of number of stalls) I've ever been to in my life. Located about 35 minutes by subway (with one change #1 West to the #10 South, exiting at the Panjiayuan station), it's simply massive. There...More