Bairong International Flea Market

Bairong International Flea Market

Bairong International Flea Market
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7:00 AM - 6:00 PM
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7:00 AM - 6:00 PM
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sutendy w
Jakarta, Indonesia62 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Jun 2019 • Family
If you want to find somethings cheap just go to this place. Easy way to go there by metro stop at Muxiyuan ( take line 14 and change at Yongdingmenwai to line 8 to Muxiyuan) is just infront of the mall. Or you can stop at Yongdingmenwai line 14.
The shopping mall have 2 building. The front one for clothes and shoes. The back one/ building 2 for bags, gift and toys.
At this place should bargain about 30-40% from the price they offer you.
Written June 8, 2019
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Phrym
Dasmariñas, Cavite, Philippines70 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Oct 2018 • Solo
This is actuall a mall and very far what a flea market would look like. Theyre actually two adjoining buildings, the front is bigger than the other one at the back.

The big one has six floors teeming with shops from end to end. Each floor is has specific merchandise, ie. mens clothing (1st floor), womens clothing, shoes, sportswear and so on. 4th floor has some cool restos and coffee shops to hangout and there is a food court at the 6th floor. There's Donalds, KFC and KungFu fastfood, so no problems when you get hungry.

The adjoining building is where the toys are, one whole floor if it. Also home essentuals are here, souvenirs you'd find in most tourist areas are also here. And there is a hip supermarket that carry ipported goods and sells fresh seafoods, live crabs, shellfish, lobsters and shrimps and even octopus.

If you plan to shop in Beijing, this is the place and you'd be leaving with a luggage full of things. And I think what makes this place great is that shopkeepers are not pushy unlike is other tourist areas.

Shop till you drop here, and watch out for your excess baggage.!
Written October 15, 2018
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keelz
Christchurch, New Zealand140 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Apr 2018 • Family
We took a taxi, kind of 2 huge buildings that are linked, 1 is Bairong Market and the other is the World Trade Center Market ..or something like that (this one is not so cheap) .
Shop after shop of some of the same stuff in the fake markets plus other stuff that locals need to buy... phone cases/bags/suitcases/shoes/toys/electronics/ everything...plus stuff you never knew existed..stuff for overseas markets too. No haggling, the prices were great first time, im sure we could have offered a less but we felt the price so great we didn't bother. Nobody inviting us into their shops, nobody asking us what we wanted..it was like a dream. Not airconditioned, so very hot on the top levels, food court but very very difficult to understand what was on offer, cheap at 8CNY for a meal. bathrooms a shocker. Taxi back was near impossible the day we went so we walked to the metro..was a good 20 mins walk at least.
We didnt buy much...but totally enjoyed the lack of hassle.
Written April 28, 2018
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Cat J A
Melbourne, Australia421 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Jan 2018 • Family
Difficult to get here by train and after shopping, you will need a taxi! This place is massive but well organised by sections. Not so much a market but more like a shopping centre. Don't be fooled by it being referred to as a flea market.
Ladies' shoe section was huge but not every shop open to negotiation so in some cases shoe prices were comparable to mainstream stores. I don't think there is anything that can't be bought here. Menswear section was endless and full of bargains. One whole section just for winter coats selling furry hooded puffy jackets for 60cny. Not a lot of westerners in the place so be prepared for some stares and lots of "sign" language to communicate in the shops. Toilets and relatively clean food outlets here also. One for serious shoppers!
Written January 14, 2018
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RightAngle
Singapore, Singapore106 contributions
3.0 of 5 bubbles
Apr 2017 • Couples
Yes, it is a huge mall and you can buy almost anything. But then, you didn't come to China to buy household items and stuffs, do you? Prices not really very cheap. Don't have to go out of the way just to get there.
Written April 11, 2017
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_emifoo
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia27 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Sep 2019 • Friends
Easy subway access- Line 8 Muxi Yuan stop Exit A2 comes out directly into Block B of Bairong. It is a huge interconnecting mall with well organised floor selling different items. Each floor stretch from Block A-C hence will need to walk a lot. There is another Block D behind too. Need to bargain though starting price here are lower compared to tourist areas. I see more local shoppers than tourist here. Mostly local brands. The shops are much less aggressive and selection here is different compared to Silk Market.
There is a food court upstairs on 6th floor. Most of the menu is in Chinese and they do not speak much English. The food stall I bought lunch from do not accept cash over the counter but I am not sure if it applies to other stalls.
Spent 5 hours here and covered only half the area. If you are looking for value souvenirs/ gifts, this is the place.
Written October 2, 2019
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Fa R
Penang5 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Jul 2019 • Couples
Not so many tourist here. Easily accesible by metro. Kindly google map before you arrive in beijing. Every category in one floor such as female fashions, kitchen utensils, male category, shoes. And every floor is so so big. The price is very cheap compare to other tourist site as this is wholesale centre.I went alone and manage to buy a few things eventhough nobody speak english there.
Written July 10, 2019
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Jayne J
Mackay, Australia2,636 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Sep 2018 • Couples
This is really not one would associate with a flea market, as it is housed in an airconditioned building with five levels. One has to bargain hard to get a good deal. There is everything from clothing to luggage to toys and everything in between.
On the fourth level is a really good place to have a coffee and chill out. The owners there are extremely friendly and helpful.
Written September 23, 2018
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Where Is The World
Grande Prairie, Canada893 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Sep 2017 • Family
This place is a GIANT market known as Bairong World Trade Center.

It's apparently the largest trading centre in Asia with 460,000 square meters of floor space. That's almost 5 million square feet!

There are two separate, massive buildings, each 6 stories high and full of market stalls.

The market is fairly well organized with each specific section selling specific goods and nothing else (i.e. toys in one section, menswear in another, and so on).

We visited just to check it out and we were amazed, mostly by the sheer size of the place. It's astonishing how big it is.

The prices are negotiable so don't be afraid to bargain. You can find anything here but you have to be willing to put in the leg work, literally. If you're looking for something specific you might need to do a lot of walking and hunting to find it.

The elevators have the directory in English inside the elevator cars. There are other Chinese-only directories throughout.

A cheap meal can be found in the food court but be aware that there's very little English spoken here.

A visit here is a truly Chinese experience and it's worth the trip.
Written September 20, 2017
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Mashgiach
Ashdod, Israel619 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
May 2017 • Business
Forget about all the other markets in beijing the government is systematically closing down all good markets in beijing.
at this market you will find everything you need from clothes to toys to shoes with western sizes and good quality ant its open until 7-8 at night.
Written May 28, 2017
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