Sanlitun is a swanky shopping village in Beijing that’s loved by foreigners and locals alike.
It is Located just 10-minutes away from the train station and in the midst of many foreign embassies is the the huge shopping village SanLiTun.
It’s a street that’s bursting with quirky stores, swanky bars, and unique cafes to cater to all kinds of tastes. Have a cup of coffee at the Possible Cafe, grab a couple of rolls of films for your daily needs at the Lomography Store Beijing or shop at the high-end stores in the heart of Sanlitun Village.
You can find everything you need there. It’s also a great place to spend a lazy afternoon, wandering about doing nothing.
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