Kai'en Hotel

No.117 Xianggang Road, Huangpu District, Shanghai, Shanghai Region, 020002, China
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Real Handbags

by babertie

You mention shopping areas are they the real designer handbags?
Where are the genuine handbags etcs? Are they less expensive than in New York City?

Thank you

Going to Shanghai Feb 11 2010

Re: Real Handbags

by ellyse

No, that's a urban legend!

Re: Real Handbags

by Maximilian21

Definately no....in my experience buying Louis Vuitton for my wife..i have my sister send them over from France when she comes to visit. Anything designer ...is not cheaper in the PRC

Re: Real Handbags

by gaolei

there are a lot of designer shops around Shanghai. Walk up west Nanjing road in the Jing An district and you will see malls and storefronts for all the famous designers. Prices are very high. When they went in, starting in the mid 1990's, I did not believe they would last long, because China was so poor. Today they are everwhere, getting whatever price they ask and demand looks good.

If you want cheap, fake goods, they are everwhere. Check my Shanghai page for information.

Re: Real Handbags

by rabbit06

I agree with hanna 112 !

Re: Real Handbags

by gaolei

But, many of the cheap knock-offs look real good. You can buy real bags for 200 to 400 USD, I supposed. Knock-offs cost 10 to 20 USD. You could buy 10 of them and change them every day. Some of the watch knock-offs are real good looking and difficult to tell them from their $3000 real deals.

Re: Real Handbags

by greencargirl

Authentic designer goods are no cheaper in China than in the U.S...in fact they are often more expensive than what you can find back home. I never thought the knock-offs looked as good as the real ones, either.

We stayed in China for many months, and truly, the better shopping opportunities are for local Chinese brands and specialties, local designers, etc.

Happy travels!

Re: Real Handbags

by lrmorg

everyone's postings are correct. but i should tell you that many of the fake bags are made with genuine leather. many shops carry several versions of the same bag in different qualities. marc jacobs, mulberry, and chloe tend to have the best fakes. for a small marc jacobs leather bag, expect to pay 250-400 rmb. i just bought a suede mulberry bag. looks very real! i paid 530 rmb. they're not so cheap. it's a good alternative to buying the real thing for 10 times the price. these fakes are much better than the ones in NYC. go to 580 nanjing west. theres a fake market there. the 3 rd floor has the best bags. good luck

Travel Tips for Shanghai

Shanghai Tibits Stall

by imstress

Do you have a sweet tooth?
This is a good place to buy back some snacks for family and friends.

I brought lots of peanut cakes from Shanghai Li Gao Tang Shang Dian back home. They also have fruits and seaseme flavours.

A cozy french corner

by sylina about Chartres

Good location.. I prefer sitting on the second floor.. not as noisy as downstairs... delighted view through the deco window..

I am not very into French dishes.. so we order RMB68 set lunch.. salad/soup + pasta + coffee/tea.. RMB 98 for a maincourse instead of pasta... food was delicate and tasty.. the service is good too... but the cozy embiance easily stole the thunder anyway... :)

I gave the paper a glance.. set dinner is RMB98 with pasta or RMB168 for main course. compare to those French restaurant at the bund.. fair enough..

After the meal.. I suggest you take a walk on Fu Xing Rd (on left side) or Hua Shang Rd (turn right). It's a charming area with cute bungalow and villas.

Note: There is another "Chartres Garden" on neighbourhood.. (Fuxing Rd) don't mixed up.. Pasta, Cheese cake and Tiramisu.. yum yum

Jinmao Building

by limledi

The Jin Mao Building is an 88-story landmark skyscraper in the Lujiazui area of the Pudong district of Shanghai, China. It contains offices and the Shanghai Grand Hyatt hotel. As of 2005, it is the tallest building in the PRC, the fifth tallest in the world by roof height and the seventh tallest by pinnacle height. Along with the Oriental Pearl Tower, it is a centerpiece of the renowned Pudong skyline. It may be surpassed in 2008 by the Shanghai World Financial Center.

Yu Yuan Bazaar

by Sharrie

This is an area where tourists congregate either to have a cup of Chinese tea, to try some local snacks, to check out the latest fashion, to buy some souvenirs for loved ones at home or to learn how to make local crafts (if you are a genius ;-)).

Learn some skills in bargaining as well. Nothing is too expensive or too cheap here! Most importantly, have fun!

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