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Pop-UP Beijing

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Pop-UP Beijing

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North Side, Ground Level, Building 22, No.4 Gongti North Road, Beijing 100027 China
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TuanjiehuBeijing Subway6 min
HujialouBeijing Subway13 min
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Skip the Line: Forbidden City Ticket Booking with Optional Guide Service
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Skip the Line: Forbidden City Ticket Booking with Optional Guide Service

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Avoid any long lines or printing problems with paperless skip-the-line entry to Beijing’s UNESCO-listed Forbidden City. Simply book in advance, stroll straight to check in, then show your passport to ensure hassle-free admission directly into the ancient complex and enjoy plenty of time to browse the site’s major attractions, including the Gate of Divine Prowess, Dragon Throne, and Palace Museum.
$8.99 per adult
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GreenBeans wrote a review Jun 2017
Victoria, Malta103 contributions72 helpful votes
We have been to Pop-UP several times in the past weeks, having only discovered this place quite recently. What a gem! The shop has fabulous stuff for sale, ranging from massive antique pieces down to Beijing-themed greeting cards. Not cheap, but value for money. Down a few steps is the bar/restaurant/coffeeshop/lounge - whatever you want it to be. Great selection of very well priced wines; delicious nibbles, freshly made poor-over coffee. And the place turns into a cinema, or a hat-making workshop or a sketching class, depending on the time and day. (They have a website for details). It is our new favourite alternative home in Beijing! Check it out - you won't be disappointed.
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Date of experience: June 2017
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HelentheHappyFoodie wrote a review May 2017
London, United Kingdom41 contributions24 helpful votes
To call Pop-Up a "shop" would be such an injustice and very under-rated! It is chock full of beautifully restored vintage items, high-quality replicates and locally made jewelry. Everything is carefully and loving selected. Don't overlook the gorgeous little wine bar with an excellent selection of wines and artisanal coffee, or the many activities that Pop-Up holds on a weekly basis, like Vintage Movie Night and "Sip n Scribble" drawing classes. Wonderfully warm, inclusive and endlessly creative. They also do private events: I did a Thanksgiving Dinner there and it was amazing, from the food and wine pairings to each detail on the table decorations.
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Date of experience: May 2017
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Response from Popupkiwi, Owner at Pop-UP Beijing
Responded Jul 10, 2017
Dear 'HelsBeijing' Thanks so much for your kind words - it's always our joy and pleasure to look after our glorious customers, and bring a little peace and happiness to their lives, in the heart of such a busy city - obviously yourself included! Looking very-much forward to welcoming you back! :)
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ingoldby wrote a review May 2017
New York5 contributions2 helpful votes
This wonderful place mixes gorgeous authentic Chinese interiors, jewelry and art with a well tasted and thought out wine list, and indigenous coffee that gives back to its origins. A place for gathering, learning crafts, watching old films on a Tuesday night with knowledgable, attentive, delightful staff. If you cant find enjoyment in this joint you have probably had your eyes wide shut!
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Date of experience: May 2017
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Response from Popupkiwi, Owner at Pop-UP Beijing
Responded Jul 10, 2017
Dear 'ingoldby' Thanks so much for your kind and thoughtful review - and thank you for keeping your eyes wide open, and enjoying our little haven with us! Wish you a happy week. Best regards from myself and the team!
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BeijingEye wrote a review Apr 2017
Gold Coast, Australia364 contributions81 helpful votes
A visit always ensures new items on display. A great "Flea" market last week. Staff are always very friendly and professional. Only item for improvement is it takes too long to get a coffee made.
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Date of experience: April 2017
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Response from Popupkiwi, Owner at Pop-UP Beijing
Responded Jul 10, 2017
Dear BeijingEye - thanks for your kind review, and your constructive feedback about our coffee! Because we use a very traditional 'pour-over' technique, it definitely takes longer than your average chain-coffee store, but we'll happily take your feedback on-board, and look for opportunities for improvement, without losing the unique quality of a good pour-over! Onto it! Thanks again, and we look forward to welcoming you back - the next Flea Market will be this month! Best, from myself and the whole POP-UP BEIJING family.
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Janelle L wrote a review Mar 2017
73 contributions6 helpful votes
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When I passed by Pop-Up Beijing, I wasn't quite sure what was inside, til I decided to enter. I was greeted by a very nice lady. She told me that I could just look around, take pictures, and just call her if I needed any assistance. The place has amazing antique pieces (furnitures, paintings, chandeliers, lamps, etc.). On the ground floor, they have more antiques, and also, you can stay for wine (for 60RMB ++ a glass). I just bought a refrigerator magnet for 30RMB. The very nice lady & the guy he was with knows a little English. They also offered me to sit down for a while, enjoy their wifi & asked if I wanted a cup of water or tea, for free! We made small talk about the very windy weather while I was drinking tea.
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Date of experience: March 2017
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