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Markets of Flowers and Pets

Updated Beijing Time

Guangzhou is nicknamed as 'City of Flowers,' thanks to its warm and humid subtropical climate, which is good for plants, and local flourishing tradition of cultivating domestic plants for pleasure.

Many markets also offer pets, fishes, and accessories.

Fangcun Area of Liwan District

The southwestern part of Guangzhou has long been a celebrated business and botanical center of flowers and domestic plants for years.

Lingnan Flower Market
岭南花卉市场

This flower market displays a wide variety of flowers and attracts buyers from home and abroad. Located in Wuyanqiao village, the Land of Flowers in southern China, it is the largest flower market in China and Asia.

Lingnan Market is equipped with public international telephones and large parking lot. It is surrounded by banks, hotels, supermarkets, and bus stations. It is 25 minutes drive from Baiyun Airport.

Total market area measures 40,900 square meters. The flower center covers 22,000 square meters with 19,000 stalls and 8 specialized zones.

Business scope: flowers, potted flowers, artificial flowers

Address: 28, Fangcun Dadao West, Liwan District






The trading area of the Lingnan Flower Market



Yuehe Flower and Bird Market
越和花鸟鱼艺大世界

Yuehe Flower and Bird Market provides a good business environment. It is one of largest wholesale and retail markets of its kind nation-wide. Parking is available and the lots have no traffic restrictions on vehicles from outside Guangzhou. Occupying an area of 100,000 square meters, this market is hard to miss.

Yuehe Flower and Bird Market can be easily accessed by metro through exit D of Huadi metro station.

Business scope: birds and pets, saltwater freshwater fish, fish equipment, flower and bonsai, rare stones, root carving, handiwork

Address: Huadi Wan, Huadi Dadao, Fangcun District (Exit C/D of Huadi Wan metro station), Liwan District

Telephone: (020) 8152 9293




Facade of the Yuehe Flower and Bird Market



Jinhuadi Market of Fishing Kit and Aquarium Goods
金花地渔具水族品市场

Jinhuadi Market is the largest fishing gear wholesale and retail market in southern China and the largest distribution center for fishing gear in Guangzhou.

The market has easy access to the metro and Fangcun Coach Station and more than ten city bus lines. It is approximately 6 kilometers from the Guangzhou Railway Station and 15 kilometers from Baiyun Airport.

Jinhuadi Market is near Shili Changjie (literally means 'ten-mile long street') which has a collection of shops and smaller markets spread over 100,000 square meters. You can also find logistics and transportation services on this street.

Business scope: fishing gear, wholesale and multiplication of fish, birds and baits

Address: No. 3, Huadi Dadao Zhong, Liwan District

Yihe Fish, Bird and Stonework Market
艺和鱼鸟石艺市场

Yihe Market is one of the biggest wholesale and retail markets for fish, bird and stone products in China. It can also be a leisure travel destination for various age-groups.

Business scope: birds and pets, saltwater and freshwater fish, fish equipment, flower and bonsai, rare stones, root carving, handicrafts

Address: Huadi Wan, Fangcun District, Liwan District




Facade of the Yihe Fish, Bird and Stonework Market.

 

Downtown: Liwan District


Huangsha Flower Trading Market
广东黄沙花卉精品交易市场

This market is the first indoor market in Guangzhou open 24 hours a day with a lamp lit night market. It is equipped with central air conditioning and escalators, and is next to a large parking lot and bus station. It can be accessed via the inner ring highway.

Huangsha Market hosts expert demonstrations and meetings on flower industry.

Business scope: dried and artificial flower, flower equipment and gardening tools, root carving goods, rare stones, handicrafts, pet fish, shade plants, pottery crystal handiwork, tools, equipment

Address: No. 185, Huangpu Dadao, Liwan District


Qingping Market of Aquatic and Pet Animal
清平水族宠物市场

Qingping Market is a local favorite for buying and admiring various pets and goods. The market offers wide arrays of aquatic animals, equipment and fodder.

Business scope: aquatic animals, equipment, fodder (feed)

Address: Qingping Lu, north to Shamian Island, Liwan District




A pets store in the Qingping Market of Aquatic and Pet Animal


Yuexiu District


Danan Flower Market
大南花卉街市

Business scope: fresh and artificial flowers, dried flowers, gardening goods and tools, root carving goods, bonsai, rare stone, boutique, handicrafts, pet fish, shade plants, fertilizer, equipment

Address: Danan Lu, Yuexiu District

Shufang Jie Aquatic Animal Market
书坊街水族市场

This 'tiny' market only spans for some one hundred meters long in the city's center. Here you walk through the relaxing, lively, and friendly neighborhood, seemingly not business ground.

Business scope: aquatic animals, equipment and fodder (feed)

Address: Shufang Jie (Alley), Danan Lu, Yuexiu District


















Shots in the Shufang Jie Aquatic Animal Market. (all photographed by Ronald Li/Lifeofguangzhou.com)

Huangcheng Flower Wholesale Market
花城花卉批发市场

Here you can find fresh flowers (also for retailing) and many rare flowers.

Open daily with evening hours

Business scope: fresh and artificial flowers, dried flowers, gardening goods and tools, root carving goods, bonsai, rare stone, boutique, handicrafts, pet fish, shade plants, fertilizer, equipment

Address: Rongxian Jie (Alley), Jiefang Zhong Lu, Yuexiu District






Domestic plants seen in the Huangcheng Flower Wholesale Market. (Photographed by Ronald Li/Lifeofguangzhou.com)

(By Devin Liao, Erin M. Schaefer)  

Source: Lifeofguangzhou.com

Editor: Ronald Li

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