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Maliandao Tea Street

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Maliandao Tea Street, as a renowned tea street in Beijing, is located in the west part of Xicheng District, Beijing. It faces Western 3rd Ring Road in the west, borders Guang'anmen Outer Main Street in the north, faces Beijing West Railway Station on the other side of the street, and is adjacent to Lize Road in the south. The block covers a total area of 82 hectares, and its main road is 1,500m long. It, with a developed traffic network, is connected to the main trunk highways and the railway hub of Beijing.

It’s learned that many tea brands like Yuanchanghou, Yong’an, Zhangyiyuan and Zhengxingde were rooted in Xuanwu District over 100 years ago. Since the launch of reform and opening-up, Laoshe Teahouse has risen to be a world-known brand with Chinese traditional teahouse cultures. Nowadays, there are 10 tea malls and more than 1,200 tea shops in Maliandao Tea Street. And the annual transaction value of the tea industry has reached over 1.8 billion yuan. As a result, Maliandao Tea Street has become the largest tea distributing center in North China, and was successively recognized as “Top One Tea Street in Beijing” and “Commercial Street with Chinese Characteristics”.

Address: Maliandao Road, Xicheng District.

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