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When you have a mall that is in city central, it usually has lesser foot traffic on weekends especially on a Sunday. As such I recommend if you want to spend a lazy afternoon, it is best to visit a mall like this one. Be...More
This brand spanking new mall seems to be mainly where wealthy locals come to flash their cash. Prices are around 20% higher than in Europe so if you are visiting from a Western country there are no bargains to be had.
That said, there there...More
Very new shopping mall with many shops that are yet to opened. Hotels, a wide variety of good restaurants and very high luxury goods stall are all conveniently located here as well. Entertainment facilities such as children playground, ice skating rink, and cinemaplex are also...More
Had a family visit with friends and our young children.
The shopping centre is very big and so easy to get lost in the B1 floor especially in the direction of the subway.
The choices for eating are great but very spread out so you...More
I guess the mall is not for the average punter, with all luxury brands pouring over you across the thousands of square meters :-) But for the visitor to eg China World Hotel a convenient shopping opportunity as the mall is directly connected to the...More
Spent a few days in China World Mall, as my daughter's skating competition was held there. It's a lovely place to be, I was glad we had to be there. No crowds, it's calm and quiet. If we had to be in a cheaper place,...More
I stayed at the Traders Hotel, there is an exit to the underground mall in the hotel, so I would venture out for a morning stroll before heading to work, the mall is busy but not crowded, their is an indoor Ice Skating rink on...More
I went to Beijing on business in May and September 2016. The China World Shopping Mall can be reached by Beijing subway line 1 at the Guo Mao stop. Since I have been to China over 50 times on business, I have had the time...More