I stumbled across this shop on my way from the Xuanwu Lake to the Shiziqiao Food Street. It sells a variety of foreign foods, sweets and liquor but prices are accordingly higher than prices for foreign goods at larger supermarkets or grocery stores.
Books on the culture and history of the Xiaoling Tomb and special tourist souvenirs such as postcards,commemorative stamps,firs-day envelope,commemorative medals and motion picture products are available at the Sacrificial Palace of the Xiaoling Tomb and the Hidden Fragrance Pavilion in the Plum Blossom Hill.
What to buy: Stone animals,books
This is somewhere between an antique and a flea market - rows of tables with everything jumbled together, quite expensive items mixed with very cheap ones. If you like looking for prizes and seeing things that don't look as if they've been manufactured yesterday, this is the market for you. Mind you, you will have to clean everything off when you get back - the layers of dirt are incredible.
What to buy: Antique posters and books, statues and vases, charms and jewelry, playing cards and combs, and a ton of jade - of course, over half of it is probably fake.
What to pay: You can find a real range here - just keep bargaining and be ready to walk away.
This is a large department store in the main street and had a number of levels (more than 4 from what I can remember) that sells everything from upmarket clothes to electric goods etc.
Unfortunately, it did not have a food hall in it (at least one that we could find). There was a food hall in the large Grand Ocean opposite.
The night market is a right place to shop for inexpensive or small souvenirs for your friends & relatives. You may get a chance to test your bargaining power here for handicrafts, souvenirs & knick-knacks.
What to buy: Flower & rain stones crafted in pendants, necklaces, bracelets & key chains are abundant here.
The busy street of Nanjing Fu Zi Miao is a must visit for most tourist. There are many shops selling all kinds of things here.