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Q: Clothing markets in Guangzhou!

I love to shop! What are some cool areas to shop in around here?

8 years 16 weeks ago in  Shopping - Guangzhou

 
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the most well known area to shop in is Beijing lu, at gongyuanqian subway station. Most stores are clothing or electronic ones, but you can probably find anything you want here. If it's a big international mall you're looking for head to Teem Mall. It's a giant mall with all kinds of department stores and boutiques.

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We have our own factory showroom in Zhongshan where you can buy our European export fashions. www.justmeandmine.com

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I recenty went to Guangzhou for a work trip and was eager to check out some of the wholesale clothing markets there, expecting a shopping paradise of sorts since most of the clothes are made in factories nearby. I went to the White Horse Clothing Market near the Railway Station and was really disappointed. I found that most items of clothing cost around 100 RMB (too expensive for wholesale prices in my opinion) and the amount of glitter and tack was just overwhelming. Needless to say, I didn't buy anything but if glittery clothes and shoes is your thing, by all means check it out.

One noteworthy thing to mention however, is that the White Horse Market was actually surrounded by numerous other wholesale markets - it seems to be a wholesale clothing district. I didn't have time to explore the others, so I do recommend to take the time and explore. You might just get lucky and find something without glitter and pink frills on it.

By the way, there are more wholesale market addresses in this article below:

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In every major Chinese city the major wholesale markets are usually close to the train station.

It has to do with logistics.

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