source： editor：zhang wenni
nowadays, featured street markets have become a new option for young people to relax in their leisure time. over the years, street markets have also become an integral part of the commercial and cultural sectors of a city.
beilin district of xi'an is a gathering place for creative markets, including pop-up markets featuring niche culture, art markets with handicrafts and intangible cultural heritage, and markets targeting specific categories of products, such as camping equipment, coffee, and music records.
follow us today to explore these featured markets
this is a gathering place for subculture buffs, where all kinds of niche culture lovers can find their like-minded friends.the market is organized by the internet-famous café "sewer store", which opens from time to time. anything that looks "weird" can be strangely cute here.
hopson one shopping mall- market at 1f and 4f
a trending hotspot, hopson one shopping mall at yongning gate always presents creative entertainment.
creative handicrafts, insect specimens, ancient-style toys...... while you come here for a casual stroll, it's very possible that you could encounter your favored gadget.
the morii retro neighborhood on the b1 floor has become one of the hitting places where local young people in xi'an often hang out. it brings together various shops with trendy clothing, exotic cuisine, retro barbershops, bars, and so on. here, everyone can have a touch of the essence of modern life.
the mysterious "dayou market" is held here from time to time with different themes. retro dress-up balls and catwalk shows will be held accordingly and feel free to take a try on stage~
old market-surprising markets
the old market holds surprise markets from time to time during the holidays.
ingenious handicraftsmen create bizarre artworks here, graffiti artists paint whimsical patterns here, and young people with novel ideas usually hold fun gatherings with both trendy and retro aspects.
compared with other trading scenes, street markets display more diverse goods, attract a wider range of audience, and offer stronger interactive experiences, thus often called "the show stage for common people". the concept is in line with the expectations of today's young people for shopping and their cultural belonging in the city.