Hangzhou is a pearl in the Yangtze River Delta. The shopping environment in Hangzhou is exciting and convenient. Shopping in Hangzhou is no longer limited to local specialties such as silk, tea, and lotus root starch. Today modern offerings abound in various shops, stores, supermarkets, and plazas that crowd the commercial center.
Hangzhou is well known for producing excellent silks, including satins. Throughout its long history, a variety of Hangzhou silks and satins have been sold throughout the world.
The best place for purchasing silk in Hangzhou is at Hangzhou Silk City, the biggest silk wholesale and retail market in China with more than 600 silk enterprises dealing in a wide variety of pure silk fabrics, garments, handicraft articles, scarves, and ties.
The shoppers there not only do business on the mainland, but also export their silk products to Europe, America, Australia, Hong Kong, Macau, and Taiwan. The market is distinguished as offering standardized management, reliable quality, and reasonable prices.
Address: No. 253 Xinhua Road, Hangzhou (at the intersection of Fengqi Road, Tiyuchang Road, and Xinhua Road)
Hangzhou Longjing Tea is considered China's best. It is famous for its unique green color, fragrant aroma, sweet taste, and flat appearance, also regarded as a health elixir. The tea falls into different grades; the best is the first pick of a year, normally in late March or early April.
Besides its good quality, Longjing Tea also enjoys a famous long history. If you are interested in tea culture and history, Meijiawu Village in West Lake District is the ideal spot where you can have a cup of tea, watch a tea ceremony, and select tea under professional guidance.
Lotus Super Center
Hymall, Desheng Branch
Hymall, Hubin Branch
Hymall, Qingchun Branch
Century Mart, Zhaohui Branch
Century Mart, Fengqi Branch
Century Mart, Qingchun Branch
Century Mart, Huashang Branch
Wu Mart, Wenyi Branch
Wu Mart, Xicheng Branch
Trust-mart, Fengqi Branch
Jia You Supermarket
Travelers and tourists like to go to Qing He Fang Street. It is one of the most famous and historic streets in the city and reflects many of the features of the Southern Song Dynasty (1127-1279).
Most preserved buildings are from the Ming and Qing dynasties, shoppers can admire the antique buildings while purchasing items from a wide range of local goods such as silks, tea or maybe a silk parasol, brocade or a noted Zhang Xiaoquan scissors and beautiful Hangzhou fans, etc.
It's considered the Number One Street in Hangzhou for shopping. Three thousand meter long Yan'an Road, running between the north and south sections of Hangzhou, has become the city's commercial center.
Along the road are included the grand buildings of the Zhejiang Provincial Great Hall of the People, Hangzhou Culture Center, Victory Theatre, International Mansion, Hangzhou Department Store, Hangzhou Grand Hotel, and Haifeng Western Restaurant.
Hangzhou's local government has invested heavily in women's fashion. Wulin Road is a shopping paradise in the downtown area, and is one of the fashionable centers featuring hundreds of shops and departments selling ladies' wear in various brands and styles.
Sijiqing Clothing Market
Sijiqing Clothing Market is located on Hanghai Road in Hangzhou. Established in October of 1989, the market is one of the most influential clothing wholesale and circulation markets in China. With a large variety of reasonably priced brand name clothes the market has been popular among customers for many years.
More than 80% of the clothes here are sold wholesale. Possessing good outlets, the Sijiqing Clothing Market is the source for clothes sold in the markets of Southeast Asia, Europe and even America.
Nine Stars Clothes Market
Gaoxin Computer Market
Drum Tower Antique
Huanbei Little Products Market
Cheap Furniture Market
Sunday Book Market
Wulin Shoe Market
Bird and Flower Market, Wushan Square
Hangzhou New Times Decoration Market
Zhejiang Auto Parts Market
Hangzhou Department Store Mansion
NOTE: Although this information is correct at the time of our web publication, it is still advised that you call the phone number and confirm the address before going to the venue because some venues may have changed their telephone numbers or address locations.