Meet your guide in the morning or afternoon in your hotel, then take a cab or subway to Panjiayuan Flea Market. The Market covers an area of 4.85 hectares of land and accommodates over 3,000 stalls. It is the largest antiques market of its kind both in China and Asia. With so many stalls selling similar items, this is a great place for bargain hunters.
It used to be a weekend-only market. But, after some refurbishment work, it is now open for business seven days a week.The market deals mainly in antiques and arts and crafts. It also has the reputation of being the most inexpensive antiques market in Beijing, attracting foreign and domestic tourists.
Whether you want to sightseeing, window-shop or buy collectors' items, there really is something for everyone. Even Hilary Clinton has famously shopped at Panjiayuan.
Your tour ends here when your guide can help you to find a taxi home or shows you the subway station.