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Beijing Road Is One Of The Most Prosperous Commercial Pedestrian Streets In Guangzhou | 广州北京路步行街

Beijing Road Is One Of The Most Prosperous Commercial Pedestrian Streets In Guangzhou


Beijing Road is one of the most prosperous commercial pedestrian streets in Yuexiu District, with crowds almost every day. It is the location where Guangzhou City was built.


For more than two thousand years, the status of its central city and central business district has not changed.


Not only has it created a rare wonder in the history of urban construction at home and abroad, it has also created Guangzhou’s splendid historical culture and commercial civilization. On this street, which symbolizes the commercial center of Guangzhou and runs north-south, rows of shops and crowds of people seem to maintain vigorous vitality forever.


After upgrading, Beijing Road Pedestrian Street not only has wider roads and flatter ground, the walking length has also been extended from 1.1 kilometers to 3.5 kilometers. The upgraded Beijing Road not only retains the coherent Republican-style and Lingnan style, but also incorporates modern technology elements such as a large 8K naked eye 3D curved LED screen, dazzling lighting night view, robot restaurant, and smart trash can.

Beijing Road

There are many shops, shopping malls, restaurants, and cafes on both sides of the pedestrian street. Of course, you can also taste many local specialty snacks in Guangzhou.


On Beijing Road, there are large and medium-sized department stores such as Xindaxin, Department Store, Taibai Shopping Mall, and countless restaurants and specialty shops. It is a street frequented by Guangzhou residents.

Some Other Historic Attractions Near Beijing Road

Big Buddha Temple (大佛寺Da Fo Si) – built between 917 and 971 A.D.
Address: No.21 Xinhuizhong Street, Yuexiu District, Guangzhou – 地址:广州市越秀区21号新惠中路

Chenghuang Temple (城隍庙Cheng Huang Miao) – over 600 years old…
Address: No.48 Zhongshan Si Lu, Yuexiu District – 地址: 广州市越秀区48号中山四路

Lu Jiang Academy (庐江书院 Lu Jiang Shu Yuan) – built in 1808 as a book repository and now study center.
Address: No.29 Liu Shui Jing, Xihu Lu, Yuexiu District 地址: 广州市越秀区29号流水晶西湖路

Sun Yat-sen Bibliographical Center (孙中山文献馆 Sun Zhongshan Wenxian Guan) – Originally built in 1933 for storing documents and books, this museum is designed in the classical style of a Chinese garden.
Address: No.81 Wende Lu, Yuexiu District – 地址: 广州市越秀区81号文德路

Taiping Guan (太平馆) – Dating back to the 1820s this was Guangzhou’s first western restaurant.
Address: No. 342 Beijing Lu, Yuexiu District – 地址: 广州市越秀区342号北京路

San Duo Xuan Stationary (三多轩文具) – dating back to the 1820s this shop still sells traditional rice paper and ink.
Address: No.89 Wenming Lu, Yuexiu District, Guangzhou 地址:广州市越秀区89号文明路

Chen Li Ji Pharmacy (陈李济) – a pharmacy that dates back over 400 years, recently reopened.
Address: 4th floor, Yinzuo Square, Beijing Lu, Yuexiu District 地址:广州市越秀区北京路银座广场4层

The Site of Nanyue Kingdom Palace (南越国宫署遗址) – excavation site with the ruins of a circa 3rd-century BC royal palace & an artifacts museum.
Address: 316 Zhongshan 4th Rd, Yuexiu District

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