Shanghai Shi Shopping

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Shanghai Shi Shopping

  • Best place for shopping

    The shopping area is located on the metro station of Shanghai Science and Technology Museum. There are dozens of stalls which sell shoes, clothes, luggage and souvenirs. You can easily spend a couple of hours here, looking at the shops and bargaining for the prices. The main rule is to check a few stalls which sell similar products and bargain for...

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  • The underground market

    You just name it and they have it. Never remain in the "Only for you price". Exercise your bargaining skills and you will get great profit (otherwise they will do!!)I bought lady's bags for 120RMB when they firstly asked for 3.000!!

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  • Purple Sand (Yixing) Pottery

    Tea pots can be found whereever there are tea shops and, in China, there are more tea shops than Starbucks in the USA. Selections of Purple Sand Pottery vary with shop location, the best shops I found being in the Old Town section of Shanghai. There are at least 4 "fully-loaded" shops on Shanghai Old Road. Pottery specific shops have a large...

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  • Zhujiajiao's Preserved Vegetables

    Traditionally, vegetables and soybean products were preserved during season so that people could still enjoy them in winter when no crops are harvested. Today, these preserved foodstuffs are still popular with Chinese for breakfast, especially in conjunction with porridge. A little bit of something could go with a whole lot of plain porridge, so...

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  • Granny's Snacks from Zhujiajiao

    There're so many Granny's Dumplings in Zhujiajiao, you'll be spoilt for choice. This traditional snack has become a tourist commodity -- everyone is jumping on the bandwagon and saying that theirs is the oldest, tastiest, most traditional, most famous... whatever!Anywhere you look, there'll be the namesake "granny" sitting prominently in the...

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  • Cool, a Harley shop!

    Yes, there a Harley Davidson dealer in Shanghai!Put something exciting between your legs!You can buy a bike, which would be rather expensive to ship home, or you can buy Harley stuff, like hats, shirts, butt packs, etc. Plus its just a cool place to go and take some photos. And I always like checking out the bikes and think I'm in some cool biker...

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  • Jackets Jeans and Shirts

    There are innumerable shops and the keepers try to fleece. In doing so they pull u and do not let u go out unless u have bought something from them. The things are OK, they are copies of designers and some are not. U have to sort out things before u HEAVILY BARGAIN with them and then check the sizes (really) after putting on. Tip to negotiate -...

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  • Mega Mall

    This mall is located next to the Oriental Pearl Radio and TV Tower. It is huge and there are many restaurants from 4-7 floors.

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  • End of Season Sale

    Since it was the end of winter, Sichuan Bei (near Duolon St) was teeming with items at 50-70% discount.We were able to buy coats (see my green coat and mom's purple coat) for only 80 Yuan (used to be 200 Yuan) each. These coats sure kept us warm during our Shanghai tour especially on a cold night (6C is definitely cold for me as that's the coldest...

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  • Silk ties and knitted scarves

    There I was a tropical girl touring Yuyuan Bazaar on a cool afternoon with just a long-sleeved blouse. Thus, my first stop when I reached the bazaar was to buy myself a knitted scarf (RMB 10) and off to my next purchases of a pair of digicam batteries (RMB 10) and postcards (8 pcs RMB 10)Go to the farther end of the main hall of Yuyuan Bazaar and...

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  • Ya Tai Sheng Hui Market

    Since the Xiang Yang Market closed in June 2006, half of the vendors in Xiang Yang moved their business into Ya Tai Sheng Hui Market. It's just located in the Shanghai Technology Museum Metro Station of No. 2 Line.It's underground, at the metro station Exit 7&8. therefore, it's very convenient to get there.Above the ground is the big square, Ya Tai...

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  • Xujiahui Commercial City

    In southwest Shanghai, the Xujiahui Commercial City covers an area of 1.2 square kilometers. This shopping district is distinctly recognised by the huge glass globe. Major departmental stores in this area include Pacific Department Store, Huijin Department Store, Sixth Department Store, Zhongxing Department Store and Xinluda Department Store. The...

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  • Yuyuan Bazaar

    Surrounding the famous Yuyuan Gardens of Shanghai are bazaars selling food, clothings, souvenirs etc. This is perhaps one of the most crowded places in Shanghai and definitely is a must see when you are there. Also, the architecture of the buildings here are rather nice and blend in well with the surrounding Old Shanghai area.

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  • IKEA at Shanghai

    There is now a huge IKEA home furnishing shop at Shanghai and it is conveniently located at Cao Xi Road, which is near to the Shanghai Stadium. There is a metro (sub-way) station right next to the IKEA store.

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  • Super Brand Mall, Pudong

    The Super Brand Mall is perhaps the biggest shopping mall in Pudong area, and is conveniently located just next to the Oriental Pearl TV Tower and the Lujiazui metro (sub-way) station.

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  • Xujiahui Shopping Area

    Xujiahui is another famous shopping area in Shanghai, located in the south of the city on top of the Xujiahui metro (sub-way) station. There are lots of department stalls, shopping malls and shops selling electronic stuff here.

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  • Huan Hai Road Shopping Area

    The Huan Hai Road shopping area is one of the major shopping areas with lots of department stalls and branded goods, especially for ladies. It is conveniently located on top of the Shaanxi Road metro (sub-way) station, and remember to drop by at nearby Xiangyang Road Baazar, which is famous for its cheap stuff.

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  • Nanjing Road Shopping Area

    The Nanjing Road shopping area is located along Nanjing Road, which starts just next to the Bund area. This shopping area has lots of stuff to see and buy (e.g. clothings, food, department stalls, CDs etc), especially at night with all its neon lights. There is one portion of the road which is closed to the traffic, specifically for people to walk,...

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  • Xiangyang Road Bazaar

    The Xiangyang Road Bazaar is the most well-known place in Shanghai where you can get cheap stuff but of reasonably good quality. You can buy lots of stuff such as clothings, bags, watches, souvenirs, shoes etc. Remember to bargain hard and slash the price down by at least two thirds. This amazing place will be paradise for women and it is located...

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  • Xiang Yang Lu

    Very crowded but fantastic bargains. Beware of ur valuables at this area. There's a local market right at the back. u can get imitation at this market. expect to pay only S$3.5 for a piece of pashima shawl. Ralph Lauren Baby rompers (non-authentic) for S$6. This is a market that holds a huge variety of merchandise, dun forget to bargain!! and as...

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  • Qi Pu Lu

    This is a wholesale centre in Shanghai. Very near to nanjingxilu, good bargains. Shoes can be S$10, bags can be S$5. Remember to bargain, honour ur last price if they compromise, otherwise they will chase after u. Go early in the morning, it closes at abt 6pm. Beware of ur valuables and belongings, especially those xingjiang kids. Next to the...

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