Beijing Souvenirs Stores

Beijing souvenirs stores are important parts of Beijing tourism. The best Beijing souvenir stores are those time-honored feature stores, which are highly reputed, still in existence till today and are wellliked by the locals as well as foreign visitors. These stores can be found in Dazhalan, Wangfujing, Liulichang and some other traditional commercial areas in Beijing. Where to buy souvenirs in Beijing? Below are some famous local stores for souvenir shopping in Beijing.

Rui Fu Xiang Silk & Cotton Shop

Chinese name: 瑞蚨祥(ruì fú xiáng)
Rui Fu Xiang is a silk store opened by a businessman from Shandong Province in1893. The store was established in Dazhalan for over one hundred year and isnow listed as Beijing Cultural Relic Protection Unit. It deals with high quality silk and leather of different sorts. The store also caters to tailor made clothes.
Opening Hours: 09:00 - 21:00
Location: No.5, Dashilan Street, Qianmenwai, Xicheng District
Rui Fu Xiang
Rui Fu Xiang
Nei Lian Sheng
Nei Lian Sheng, Beijing

Nei Lian Sheng

Chinese name: 内联升(nèi lián shēng)
It is also a time honored store engaging in shoes. Cloth shoes are the most popular ones of the store. The shoes here are well liked by some famous person like ChairmanMao.
Opening Hours: 09:00 - 20:00
Location: No.34, Dashilan Street, Xicheng District

Qian Xiang Yi

Chinese name: 谦祥益(qiān xiáng yì)
Used name as Beijing Silk Store, the shop enjoys a history over 150 years. It is the largest one serving a great number of silks. As one of the important Beijing souvenirs stores, it also offers many kinds of special silks from minority groups.
Opening Hours: 08:00 - 18:00
Location: No.5, Qianmen Zhubaoshi Street, Xicheng District
Qian Xiang Yi
Chinese silk, Beijing
Beijing Silk

Bu Ying Zhai

Chinese name: 步瀛斋(bù yíng zhāi)
Opened in 1858, it is one of the well known Beijing souvenirs stores dealing with all kinds of shoes, ranging from exquisite silk shoes with embroidered designs to imported leather shoes.
Opening Hours: 08:00 - 18:00
Location: No.8, Dashilan Street, Xicheng District

Sheng Xi Fu

Sheng Xi Fu Hat Store
Chinese name: 盛锡福(shèng xī fú)
Among the Beijing souvenirs stores, this one is welcomed by locals with exquisite handmade caps opened in 1911. The caps here have gain high reputation with high quality and elegant style.
Opening Hours: 08:15 - 21:00
Location: No.196, Wangfujing Street, Dongcheng District

Yuan Chang Hou Tea House

Chinese name: 元长厚茶庄(yuán cháng hòu chá zhuāng)
It is a time honored tea house with a history over 90 years. The tea house offersyou the genuine tea of China.
Location: No.A30 North Xinjiekou Street, Xicheng District

Zheng Ming Zhai

Chinese name: 正明斋(zhèng míng zhāi)
Opened in Ming Dynasty (1368-1644), the store serves the local desserts for hundredsof years.
Location: No.1, Lucao Yuan, Sanlihe Nan Lu, Haidian District

Gui Xiang Cun

Chinese name: 桂香村(guì xiāng cūn)
It is a food store opened on Mid-autumn festival of 1916. Now, it serves nearly170 kinds of snacks with special local flavor.
Location: No.132, North Xidan Street, Xicheng District
- Last updated on Jan. 17, 2024 by Kate Liu -
Questions & Answers on Beijing Souvenirs Stores
Asked by Elly Megawati from INDONESIA | Sep. 30, 2019 23:08Reply
Where can I buy cross stitch pattern in Beijing?
Seven years ago I found a big mall that sells a lot of cross stitch patterns. I forgot the name of the mall. Please also inform what public transportation to reach the mall from Hutong - Beijing. Thank you
Answers (2)
Answered by Nelson from CANADA | Oct. 09, 2019 01:35

There are too many shops selling cross stitch pattern, like Kiss Cross Stitch, which is located at No.88, Yongding Road, Haidian District.
Answered by Elly Megawati from INDONESIA | Oct. 11, 2019 07:56

Thanks for your information.
Info from google, we can find souvenir - cross stitch on Tianyi Market, Fu Cheng Men, Beijing.
Asked by Dany from MALAYSIA | Apr. 28, 2019 21:26Reply
Where can i shop cheap clothes in Beijing?
I want to buy souvenirs for my family but i am looking for cheap clothes. I went to local shops and silk market all so expensive. Any idea where can i go to markets that is less touristy?
Answers (1)
Answered by Emma from CANADA | Apr. 29, 2019 18:48

You can have a try in Hua Wei Center located at 130 Xidan North Street, Xicheng District.
Asked by Carol from AUSTRALIA | Mar. 05, 2018 00:13Reply
Where can I buy reproduction blue and white ceramics in Beijing.
I want cheaper reproductions not antiques.
Answers (1)
Answered by Jude from FRANCE | Mar. 05, 2018 01:34

I happen to know a Jingdezhen Art Ceramics City near Caoqiao Subway Station of line 10.
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