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Q: What is the best shopping market in Guilin for jewellery?

No tat please!

6 years 29 weeks ago in  Shopping - Guilin

 
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Guilin is not exactly the jewel capitol of China. It is but a transit to Yangshuo on the Li River.

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I think you can buy the best jewellery at the Guilin Department Store or at the Hua Zhong Hua Store as I to had bought the crystal ROMEO EAR CUFF (LEFT EAR) AUD $89 from there and they were quite reasonable as well.

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