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A huge array of shoplots with cheap to midrange prices of clothing.
You must bargained and do check the quality of the products before bargaining.
Be wary of people trying to entice you to go to specific shops for counterfeit branded bags and watches.
A fantastic place to pick up a whole range of clothes and clothing accessories for great prices. If there is something you want here, you will almost always find it! Bare in mind most sizes here are for the average Chinese person, and are thus...More
If you want a good shopping experience in low price then its a good place to visit.
"The one who bargained and never lose its hope will get a good product rate". Go with this motto and you will get more in less price.
This market is over several levels and although conveniently located right by Tiantong metro stop it lacks the cleanliness, options, variety and atmosphere of the underground market by the Science and Technology Museum Metro stop.
I think this market at the Science and Technology Museum...More
Family of 6, 4 teenagers. Lots of shops, not many buyers but plenty of stallholders, all busy wrapping orders, sleeping, eating, rubbish and boxes piled up. Large extensive market selling LOTS but nothing much if you know what I mean ...cheap clothing, ladies bags, glasses,...More
Getting there is not tough if you are staying in puxi. Am staying at Langham hotel and to get to the place by cab only cost us 20rmb. The driver drop us at a roadside and then you have to find your way in. There...More
I take subway and took exit 5 , the basement full of store of accessories,shoes, dress ,quite cheap and sometimes you need to bargain. But some woman or man try to persuade us to but fake branded things. We don't looking for any fake branded...More
Hi, I am sorry. As it was my first visit to Shanghai. I will am unfamiliar with how much the taxi might cost. But I Googled and checked that you could actually take a train over. You might wanna try googling? Distance by car... More
Hi, I am sorry. As it was my first visit to Shanghai. I will am unfamiliar with how much the taxi might cost. But I Googled and checked that you could actually take a train over. You might wanna try googling? Distance by car is about 30mins without jam and 50mins on train? That's all I managed to check on my end. :)
If you ever come to Singapore. I can help to give you more advice though. As I am fm Singapore.
Hope it help someway. Thanks