Jia Yu

No.342 Lingling Road, Xuhui District, 200032
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Xiang Yang Market

by spiritofscouse

Does this market still exist?

Re: Xiang Yang Market

by neverstoptravel

No more.

Re: Xiang Yang Market Market: Found! The New Location

by MRSB1

The Xiang Yang Market: Found! The New Location Tip Rating:

Name of Shop: The Xiang Yang Market

This is the market that began as a street market called Hua Ting Market. A few years back, the local government made a new location for the market on Huaihai road and it became Xiang Yang Market after a bordering street name. This summer, they were forced to move again.

The market is now located inside the subway station under the Science and Technology Museum in Pudong. It is easy to find. Just take the number 2 subway toward Pudong and get off at the Science and Technology building. Take the escalator up to the exit level and look around or ask someone. It is in the ticketing level.

The market is about the same size as the old market, but it is in the subway station and it is airconditioned. You can get all the same bargains without sweating in the Shanghai sun.

What To Buy: How about a large rolling computer bag from the company that makes the Swiss Army knife for 25 dollars. You can ge anything in clothing, toys, luggage and junk here. You also can get the copy Rolex watches and DVDs.

What To Pay: See my other article about techniques for shopping here. Prices are low, but you can bargain lower if you know how.

Re: Xiang Yang Market

by gaolei

Yes, see this tip and others on my Shanghai page.

Re: Xiang Yang Market

by LongLayover

They have scattered to several places in PVG that I know of. I've run into shop owners I've delt with from Xiang Yang Market at 580 Nanjing Rd, at the Ya Tai Xin Yang Fashion and Gift market (Science & Tech Museum station), at the HonqQiao International Pearl Market on Hongmei Lu and at the DaTong market (a few blocks west of the Int'l Pearl) on Junhui Lu. I would suspect there may even be some more locations.

Travel Tips for Shanghai

Shanghai is always known by...

by gigi_huang

Shanghai is always known by Chinese 'night Shanghai'. Yes, the city is extremely beautiful at night when neons are on. Actually most of the scenic spots such as the Bund, Cheng Huang Temple and people's square look more beautiful at night than in the day time.

Lu Jia Zui - Pu Dong

by simcard about Bing Jiang Rd - 2

Also from Bing Jia Rd, you can get such a wonderful view of the bund, especially at night, when the lights are all on, it is gorgeous.

I would suggest you take the ferry instead of the metro to get there so you can experience more of this city's night scene.

(For more pictures from here, take a look at my travelogue)

Great local food

by lindyz about Shanghai Grandmother Restaurant

We had walked past this restaurant a few times and were rather intrigued by the name - Grandmother Restaurant?? So, on our second last day, we decided to rock on up and check out the menu. We were not disappointed, the food was delicious, cheap and fresh. I cant actually recall what we ordered, but we shared 2 dishes, plus 2 drinks and the total was about 70rmb = about $7AUD each. The restaurant is centrally located in Fuzhou Road, only a 2 minute walk from our Hotel.

Night cruise on the Huangpu River

by iwys

Cruise boats of various shapes and sizes depart regularly from the dock at the Bund. The cruise affords you some spectacular views of the Bund and Pudong at night. Most of the cruises last for one hour. There was a band and a singer on the boat I was on and quite a party atmosphere. Like everywhere in Shanghai, the cruise boats are very crowded.

Ticket prices range from Y25 to Y35.

Ye Shanghai!

by koolkatz_76

Shanghai reminds me very much of my hometown, Singapore. It's very cosmopolitan, with all the trappings in life. After all, this is THE original commercial centre in China, and you can really see the difference in the quality of life here, as compared with even Beijing.

This is a great place for shopping, with plenty of outlet shops chock-a-block with branded fashion. It's also a food haven, where you can find almost any sort of cuisine you might fancy, including Chinese cooking from various cuisines and lots of international choices as well.

In my humble opinion, Shanghai will rival, or even overtake, Hong Kong as the shopping haven within the foreseeable future.


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