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Q: How do i get to Tesco from Batong Line or Sihui Station?

Heard there is a Tesco here in Beijing, but have no idea where it is or how to get there? Any suggestions?

5 years 42 weeks ago in  Food  - Beijing

 
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You better be quick cause Tesco is shutting shop in China and rebranding as a JV with a Chinese company.

 

In saying that all the major three Walmart, Carrefour, and Tesco stock nearly all the same items.

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ok thanks for the info

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From Sihui (not Sihui East) exit the station south, walk underneath the highway to the bus station. Catch the 495 and its the first stop on baiziwanlu. I used to go there when I climbed at Ole gym but Im not sure if its still open.

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There's another Tesco across the street (east side) of Happy Valley.   A subway stop will be open just north of it sometime in 2014 - Line 14, maybe? Bus 41 stops at that Tesco, as do a couple of other buses, because there's a major bus terminus just south of the amusement park.

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