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Ask when you see a small shop that has things you like if they have more, and you may find a great deal! A lot of little shops have a back room where they keep the good stuff. If you discreetly ask the manager they may lead you to their other area for more great deals on designer items.
Every single shop we bought at we haggled for the price, never accept the first price they say. Usually we got them down to at least 1/2 what they wanted, and that was after saying, "O.K. fine, we'll go somewhere else."
You have to be willing to walk, but since there are so many shops if you do walk it won't be long before you find another one.
What to buy: Knock offs in the garment shopping areas, and electronic areas.
What to pay: 1/2 what they ask for.
Practice at a shop trying to buy something you don't want. Go back and forth negotiating, then say "It's too much, I don't have that much! I will go to the other shop around the corner!"
Nine times out of 10 they will grab you and say O.k. before you get too far away.
Updated Mar 17, 2012
"Famous brand. Unexpensive. Have great time." reads the bumf.
"Happy. Shopping. Love" or "Travel. Leisure. Shopping" are not far behind. It seems there are three phrases to suit everybody's needs.
Dameisha outlets is a small upmarket island shopping precinct surrounded by water, close to the main attractions of the beach area and hotels. Some very pricey shopping is available to those that can afford it. If you're looking for something simpler, Pizza Hut, a Bavarian style restaurant and Bier house ('Wiwaso restaurant and bar') and Pacific Coffee are there to cater for the weary if like me, you are just here to escape the hustle and bustle of the city.
Opening hours generally seem to be 10:30/11:00 - 21:30.
What to buy: Shops include: Adidas, D&G, Levi's, Lee, Wrangler, Nike, Timberland, Samsonite, Clarks, Belle and some other more suspicious sounding branches open.
Shop Index lists it's services as: Major Stores, Men's Fashion, Ladies' Fashion, Casual Wear/Sporting Goods, Children's Wear, Shoes/Bags, Underwear/Swimsuit, Cosmetics/Accessories and Restaurant/Banks/Services
Updated Dec 28, 2011
Address: Huxin Island, Yanhui Road, Yantian District
Beware! Coco Park is not a park. It is a paved area of concrete dystopia.
If you like shopping then you will love Coco Park. It is many top brands and many services and amenities within a small space. Somewhere to spend half a day or longer and the opportunity to try international foods and conveniences as much as you like. Where high street meets luxury.
What to buy: Men and Women's fashion, coffee, ice cream, gifts, pretty much anything ...
Written Dec 28, 2011
Address: Coco Park, Futian District, Shenzhen
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More details can be found in the local newspaper of Hong Kong
Written Aug 8, 2011
This store has an impressive collection of toys from Barbie dolls to Disney character stuffed toys. So if you're looking for gifts for children, this is one place I recommend you check out.
What to buy: Let the kid in you decide.
What to pay: Toys range from really cheap RMB50 up.
Updated Apr 4, 2011
Address: Room B207 Zhong Xin Cheng, Fuhua Road
Phone: 755 8280 1599
the newest shopping mall at Futian CBD, METRO (GOU WU GONG YUAN "C" EXIT)
women's and men's clothes,food and drink, cinema(Broadway Circuit),shoes,watch,jewelry, beauty store,super market(JUSCO),banks, spa,bar streets,etc.
coco park is the only theme style Mall of Shenzhen, ITS building is so modern maybe u feel u come to a UFO.and its VI system was designed by Alan Chan--the most famous designer of Hongkong.
next to Futian CBD RAINBOW department store.
What to buy: women's and men's clothes,food and drink, cinema(Broadway Circuit),shoes,watch,jewelry, beauty store,spa,super market(JUSCO),banks, bar streets,etc.
What to pay: 100-5000 rmb/person
Updated Apr 4, 2011
Address: Futian CBD
this is where shenzhen people will go if they want to "set up " a computer. There also have some digi or electronic things for sale, like digi-camera.
It is in the central of shenzhen, huge building and have 7 floor, more than thousand sales counters.
1, It is a huge place, neally not possible to finish every sales counter. You'd better get a shopping list and use it to find only what you want. Each floor have its topic. Choose the floor you want to go.
2, each sales counter means a single shop. Though what they sale is familar, you should better walk arround before you buy. Different counter has different price,also the quality . The price is also negotiatable. Have a Chinese friend maybe easier. You can also do it yourself, since there are so many counter sale same one thing. the competition is sure hard.
3. If you feel no good with what you buy, you can change it , if the goods really broken , maybe you can change it (I dont know cause I have no this kind experience. ) If you feel any unhappy. calm down and remember to find the manager in SAI GE
anyway. Good luck!! I am, personally, no interesting at computer or electronic thing at all ....
so dont expect me say alot....:)
What to pay: cash
Updated Apr 4, 2011
Address: shenzhen shen nan zhong lu, hua qiang bei lu
The place to go for clothes and small-ticket items. This place is better than Luohu Commercial City in terms of price and range of items. Other than several department stores, most are smaller stalls. The price is cheap, even at local standards. You can easily spend a few days here!
Written Oct 3, 2010
SEG Electronics Market is one of the oldest of the half dozen electronics super markets on Huaqang north road. It is the size of a department store but instead of clothes, there are 10 floors of electronics. You may be able to find anything you could ever want in electronics here. If you can't, there are a half dozen other super markets on the street.
What to buy: HDMI cables of the best quality under five dollars. The same cable in a US store could cost $50 to $80. Now you know Best Buy is really Bad Buy.
Need a web cam with mike, only $10. How about the latest LED light bulb that is not available yet in the USA? They have it for $12. You can find it all here. There was so much to see, this old electronics engineer got dizzy looking!
What to pay: Depends on what you buy, Consumer electronics like Cameras are not the best buy, but HDMI cables sure are. Be sure to stock up and buy some for your friends.
Written Apr 14, 2009
Address: Huaqiang Road
The shop is the only Indian grocery store in Shenzhen (as far as I know). Most of what you need if you're into Indian food and cooking can be found here. Vegetarians would especially love this place with instant vegetarian noodles and microwaveable vege indian dishes available.
The shop is a nondescript store, housed in a residential building. Bollywood movies, Indian brand shampoo, and other whatnots are also sold here.
What to buy: The microwaveable packed dishes are a must buy.
What to pay: The prices for the stuff are cheap. Noodles at 4RMB, microwaveable vege dishes at 16rmb, etc.
Written Sep 23, 2008
Address: 21F Flag 1 Jingfengge Summit Tower You Yi Rd.
Phone: 86 755 25187468
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