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When I arrived, there were quite a number of tour buses so we suspected that should be meant for tourists. With that said, the shops mark up prices very high. Fake goods selling more than $100. It is totally not worth to buy at their...More
Most people still have the idea that buying fake items is China is a good deal. Maybe in the past it was true, but currently you will at best pay over the real price and most likely get ripped off. Not many stores, very limited...More
I kinda figured this would be one of those love it or detest it experiences but the truth of the matter is it was somewhat in the middle for me.
For openers, I shop about once a decade, even less if I can avoid it....More
Clothing there has a tag that says polyester in Chinese and then the sales people act offended cause you think it is fake and that you even dare to tell them that you think it is. Very deceptive sellers. 3rd floor - I think -...More
Why look everywhere to find a good fake wallet, a good fake bag or a good fake whatever? Just come here, and for double the right price you can take home a bad copy of any famous brand!
And before leaving don't forget to stop...More
If you’re wanting knock-off or pirated goods, then you need to stop by Beijing’s Silk Market. This is a large indoor flea market mostly stocked with designer sunglasses, handbags/purses, and high-end watches. Most are fake. Some look pretty realistic to the untrained eye. While legal...More
My family are very used to markets and have always enjoyed visiting markets especially in places like Thailand and Bali. We live in Australia so getting to Indonesia or Thailand or Southeast Asia is very easy for us. When we decided to go on a...More
Let me start by saying I like this place, more so than the pearl market, but it’s not for the faint hearted or the easily offended. It’s a great place to find bargain fake goods, but you have to fight hard to get them. Also...More
Be very careful visiting the place. Especially the lower floors with female shop assistants. They behave aggressive, don't let you choose and start shouting when you don't buy within a few minutes.
This happened to me on the entry level floor, to the right in...More