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Where to buy

By Yang Min | | Updated: 2018-01-09 10:02

1. Sino-Russian Market

Located in Jianshe Street, Nangang district, the Sino-Russian Market consists of five roads in the shape of Chinese character "井" translated as "well" as in a borehole. It is the most famous Russian market in Harbin, where dazzling array of Russian goods are on display. There are more than 2,500 stalls, covering around 54,000 square meters. Various Chinese and Russian products are available here, including leather, daily-use items, artworks, clothes and military gear.

2. Guogeli Dajie 

Guogeli Dajie, founded in 1901, is Harbin's second largest shopping street. Located in Nangang district, the area is dotted with Russian buildings and shopping complexes with Nicolas Cathedral as the center. Numerous night markets also operate on the street.

3. Zhongyang Dajie (Central Avenue)

Construction of Central Avenue began in 1896, as part of the original town built by Russians. It is now located in Daoli district of Harbin city. Walking on Central Avenue, one can feel the strong exotic atmosphere from the various styles and splendid buildings, even if you know nothing about western architecture. Along the street are shopping malls such as the Euro Plaza, Parksons, and Lane Crawford that carry international brands. There are also many old brands selling local and Russian specialties. A Wal-Mart is located at the end of the street, just near the Songhua River.

 4. Toulong Street

Near Central Avenue is Toulong Street, where small northeastern goods are available at wholesale prices. The wholesale market was built in 1979. It is now one of the largest wholesale markets in Northeast China. Hayibai, Manhattan Shopping Center, Shili Lianhua Shopping Mall and several other large wholesale and retail centers are located near the street. Seemingly everything one could hope to find is available here, and the prices are exceedingly fair.

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