With so many malls already to choose from in downtown Beijing, there’s still one big reason to make the trek out to the Scitech Premium Outlet Mall near the Beijing airport: big savings. With a tagline of “Big Brands, Small Prices”, the Scitech Premium Outlet Mall is home to all the biggest names in fashion, including Luis Vuitton, Armani, Prada, and Burberry to name a few, and prices are discounted starting at 30%. Their boutique outlet stores are housed within two-story Neoclassical style buildings complete with painted columns and tucked away within the mall’s massive outdoor shopping village. See more information including location and opening hours, click here.
Deals and steals are easily found just by wandering the picturesque streets and window shopping in this outlet village. Women can find hip Bally leather knee-high boots – originally priced at 7924 – on sale for 1590 RMB, and Nine West suede pumps for 895 RMB, down from 1790 RMB. There are plenty of other stores offering runaway shoe deals: Hush Puppies, Puma, Nike, Diesel, Adidas. Name brand purses are also a good buy at DKNY, Miss Sixty, MaxMara.
For men (and women) wanting to make an investment in a classic leather briefcase with press locks, check out Venetia with ones marked down over 30000 RMB from the original price. Also for men, Tommy Hilfiger has a wide selection of dress pants and jeans with some styles on sale for 516 RMB, down from 1290 RMB.
The main event in this town is definitely shopping, but there are some dining options for the hungry. Various restaurants serve regional Chinese cuisine from Yunnan, Guangzhou, Beijing, and elsewhere and for a Western meal including French fries, stop by Rudy’s Restaurant. Starbucks, Subway, and Baskin Robbins are also in the area.
The Scitech Premium Outlet Mall offers shoppers some services to help enhance their shopping experience. For those caught with bags in hand during an unexpected rainstorm, umbrellas are available for rent at the Customer Service Centre for a small deposit. Wheelchair rentals are also available for a deposit and the outdoor mall is pretty well designed for their use. Other mall services include: shoes and handbag repair, gift wrapping, alteration services, and free personal storage at the customer service center.
Beijing Scitech Premium Outlet Mall 北京赛特奥特莱斯 View In Map
Add: 28 Xiangjiang Bei Rd., Chaoyang District, Beijing
Tel: 010 8435 7880
Opening Hours: Daily, 10:00-21:00
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