We noticed that you're using an unsupported browser. The TripAdvisor website may not display properly.We support the following browsers: Windows: Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome. Mac: Safari.
Dear all, pls be very careful.
They will have their own people pretend to be customer who is there choosing the herbs.
Attached is the boss face.
And the "customer" (attached pic in black) will tell u she come here to buy often cos this...More
To be honest, a visit here was not really planned but as we were walking around we came across the Medicine Market of Guangzhou. Not much to say, since we were not really looking for anything as such, but I must say that I was...More
This was worth the visit, not because I needed Ginseng, or other Natural Chinese medicines. Nope it was because of the people going there, there, and leaving there. Some stalls had entire families working there. Kids playing on cellphones. All stalls had tea sets, and...More
Guanzhou was built as a trading city in the 1700's and the whole area was warehousing and trading stores to export Chinese products to the new world.
The revamped QingPing market area still gives the feeling of the bygone era with bulk bales of everything...More
Difficult to describe, market like any other. Since it's medicine market there is quite clean. I was expecting it to be smelly, but it wasn't. If you can't stand the view of dried seahorses or some parts of other animals, don't go.
To be honest it's my first time to see a lot of weird chinese traditional medicine. I am very sensitive of smell, so it made me feeling little bit unwell since the medicine have a various strong smell. Beside the medicine, they also sell various...More
This 11,200 square market with over vendor 1,000 booths is devoted to selling Chinese herbal medicines and agricultural complementary products. Nit being an expert in the area, I did not recognize the vast majority of the goods for sale. They did include Chinese herbal medicines,...More