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Since centuries, there has been has been a commercial area around Shisan Hang Road. Since a few decades, it is a famous clothing wholesale marketplace in Guangzhou, known as the Shisanhang Clothing Wholesale Market.

Most of the business is going on in the New China Building (新中国大厦), in which four of the markets are located. The Hongbiantian Garment Trade Center is right next to it. A bit further north, on Heping East Road, there are several men’s clothing stores.

Map of the Shisanhang Clothing Markets

On the map you can see Shisanhang Road. Besides the five main markets, there are many smaller shops around there. North of it, on Heping East Road, there are several men’s clothing stores.

Shisanhang Clothing Wholesale Markets

These are the main markets on Shisan Hang Road. Around these markets, there are small wholesalers and retail stores, as well.

How to get to the Shisan Hang Road

The metro stations Culture Park and Yide Road are both about the same distance from the wholesale markets. When you exit on Yide Road, follow the street to Renmin South Road. Now follow Renmin South Road (to the south) for 50 meters and you will see the New China Building.

If you prefer to take a taxi, address below. Shisan Hang Clothing Wholesale Markets, Shisan Hang Road, Liwan District, Guangzhou City; 请带我去: 广州市荔湾区十三行路,新中国大厦,十三行服装批发市场

Other Clothing wholesale Marketplaces

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Do you have a question, or would you like to share your story? Then please leave a comment below or on our page about the Guangzhou clothing wholesale markets!

This Post Has 12 Comments

  1. I want to visit Shisan Hang women’s body-con dresses market.
    Women’s western dresses is my requirement.

    1. Hello Yusuf, I am not sure which wholesalers have body-con dresses on Shisan Hang Road, but the markets are very close to each other. Four of them are in one building, another one in the next building.

      1. I am visiting Guangzhou on 27th of November, in 4 days. Can you please give me your mobile number, so that I can contact you?

  2. Hi. I have a question. I’m going to Guangzhou for the first time, to purchase women’s winter clothing. I chose the dates from 1.10-9.10.2018. I know that you have a holiday (PRC). Will the wholesale markets work?

    1. Hi Anna,
      Yes, the first Oktober is the National Day of the PRC and the start of the “Golden Week“. The markets will be closed for one day, but as far as I know, most shops will be open for the rest of the week!

  3. How to go to the Shisanhang clothes market for kids clothes wholesale markets, if I take the metro and stop at cultural park? Which exit and how far is it?

    1. Hello Arlundo,
      There are three areas with kids’ clothing wholesale markets (Zhongshanba Lu, Shahe, Shijing), but I assume you want to take the metro from Zhongshan Ba Lu to Culture Park. As you can see on the map on this page, the easiest way is from Zhongshanba Station with line 5 to Tanwei Station and then with line 6 to Culture Park Station. Take exit D, follow Zhen’An Road, go right into Shanmulan Road. Then you just go straight and you will soon be on Shisanhang Road. The subway takes 11 minutes. From the station to the markets it takes 6 minutes (400 meters / a quarter-mile).

  4. Hello, I am a first-time visitor to China. I am thinking that I want to do clothing business, from China to Nepal. So, at which place can I get the best clothes at a reasonable price?

    1. Hello Chhamji,
      The best clothes are usually also more expensive ones. Someone else from Nepal contacted me and he was looking for relatively low prices, so I recommend you to visit the Shahe Clothes Wholesale Market. The markets in Shijing could also fit for you. If you are looking for sweaters and other knitwear, there is a good market in Dalang Town (Dongguan City), but it is 85 kilometers from the center of Guangzhou. I hope you have a nice stay in China!

  5. Hi I’m travelling from London to Guangzhou and am interested in wholesale Ladies fashion clothing and swimwear. Where are the best wholesale markets to shop? And do I need to have a translator with me?

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