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Q: Does Beijing have any good plant and flower markets?

8 years 29 weeks ago in  Shopping - Beijing

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Laitai Plant Market
Established in 1998, Laitai Plant Market is the largest flower and plants sales center in north China. It has three sections: a sales building, an auction center and a flower sales street.
The sales building has an artificial flower sales section and a fresh potted flower sales hall.
The artificial flower sales section includes stores that sell modern porcelain, furnishings, pet-keeping goods and gardening tools, as well as artificial flowers, crystal flowers, jade carving, root carving and decoration painting.
Next to the artificial flower sales building, is the fresh potted flower sales hall, in which a vast array of top-grade potted flowers and plants from home and abroad can be found. From small succulents and potted herbs to plants almost as big as a tree, almost any kind of plants is available at Laitai market.
Address: No. 9 of West Maizidian Rd, Chaoyang district.
Opening Hours:
9am-5:30pm on weekdays;
9am-6:00pm on weekends.
Bus: take no. 416, 405, 707, Te 3 to Laitai Plant Market Station;
Subway: to Liangma Bridge Station of line 10.
Tel: 010-64636554 64635588-8881

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