5 Places to Find Halloween Costumes in Guangzhou

By That's PRD, October 13, 2017

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New to the city and unsure where to snag a sick Halloween costume? Don't stress. Of all the cities in China, Guangzhou is probably one of the best places to find everything from creepy Trump masks to fake blood and even Wonder Woman's iconic 'do. Below, we've compiled the top streets, shops and sites for Halloween shopping this year.

1. Yide Lu

If you aren't into crafting a costume from scratch or are just looking for simple Halloween decor, Yide Lu is the place. There you will find your standard costume (for rent or purchase) and a large selection of Halloween decorations. From oversized spiders to a variety of hanging skeletons and masks, you'll have everything you need to turn your apartment into a haunted house.

Nearest metro: Line 6, Yide Lu (Exit A)
Open daily 10am-6pm; Yide Lu, Wangling Guangchang, Yuexiu District 越秀区一德路万菱广场

2. Guangzhou Beauty Exchange Center (AKA Wig Central)

Beauty Market-Guangzhou-wigs
Guangzhou is home to a range of wholesale markets, but the Beauty Exchange Market is one of our favorites – primarily because of the huge selection of wigs hiding in the basement. If you're looking for faux hair that's a step up from the 10-kuai tangled wigs sold on Yide Lu, take the trek to Sanyuanli, where higher-quality, fairly priced 'dos are just waiting to complete your killer costume.

Nearest metro: Line 2, Sanyuanli (Exit D)
Open daily 9am-5pm; see listing for Guangzhou Beauty Exchange Center

3. Shuiyin Lu

Want an original costume that none of your friends has? Head to Shuiyin Lu, deemed the 'costume market' among Guangzhou locals. With 33 themed shops, you are sure to find the perfect traditional Chinese costume this Halloween, from cool minority dresses to classic Beijing opera garb.

Nearest metro: Line 6, Shaheding (Exit A)
Open daily 10am-6pm; Shuiyin Lu, Tianhe District 天河区水荫路

4. Ole (Taikoo Hui)

For a more pleasant shopping experience, head to high-end foriegn grocery store Ole at Taikoo Hui. Although it primarily sells (relatively pricey) costumes for children, adults may find some accessories to enhance their own outfit.

Nearest metro: Line 3, Shipaiqiao
Open daily 10am-10pm; see listing for Ole.

5. Taobao 


For those with a specific look in mind, Taobao may be the answer. But you'll need to know some key Chinese phrases to find the costume you want. To start, search 万圣节儿童服装 (wan sheng jie er tong fu zhuang) for children's Halloween costumes and 万圣节服装 (wan sheng jie fu zhuang) for all general costumes. Alternatively, visit Baopals, a site that translates Taobao products and search results into English.

READ MORE: 6 Chinese-Themed Halloween Costumes

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