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Q: I am new to Yangshuo and need to buy:

 

 

Looking to buy:

 

- mattress topper

-small fridge

-White dulux wall paint and brushes

 

I can travel to Guilin too though if I could buy the above items in Yangshuo then that would be the easiest option. 

6 years 5 days ago in  Shopping - Guilin

 
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all these should be findable on Taobao

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leave your home and take the buses to explore the city. look for gomz or sunning to buy the fridge. 

paint supplies you need to find the section of the city that sells home improvement stuff. (easy to spot)

 

i do not understand why someone would go to a completely new and different country and not want to explore.

you can also google walmart, carrefour, rt mart to see if they have supermarkets in your city. metro also. any large supermarket will have a topper. 

 

get out and explore. 

everytime i go to a new city i use the buses to explore, in 2 days i find everywhere important in the city for my shopping needs.

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Thank you. Just to clarify, it is nothing to do with not wanting to get out and explore but more to do with only having two days here to help a family member get organised!

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