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Q: Where is hat street in Guangzhou?

I was in Liwan or Yuexiu district once and walked down a street selling many hats.  Does anyone know the name of this street or which metro station it is close to?  Thanks

8 years 48 weeks ago in  Shopping - Guangzhou

 
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I don't know hat street sounds kinda misleading. I don't think there is a street called hat street just check the silk markets there you should be able to find your own little hat street or hat corner there. Afterall the hats you see are all probably made somewhere in China anyways so there would be no shortage of hats for you my friend!

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yes it was on mad hatter st

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