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      Shopping in Shanghai
       

      Shanghai is a shopping paradise. It is famous for its clothing and fashions, products are of great quality and deserves its price. Therefore, shopping should not be missed.

      The term "market" is flexible, and in Shanghai, it applies to vendors selling virtually the same thing all under one roof, or in one open section of space. Unlike the Western sense of competition, the Chinese believe that if you are all selling the same thing, you'll attract more customers. Fair enough.

      Indeed, this makes life easy for the shopper. Want pearls? Go to the pearl market. Want fabric? Go to the fabric market. Want crickets? You guessed it, go to the cricket market. Just remember your bargaining skills! You'll need them in the markets of Shanghai.

       

      1. Nanjing Road:
      With a development from the 20th century, enjoying the reputation of No.1 Commercial Street in China. Nanjing Road has clusters of a wide variety of shops from those that are centuries old, to special ones and modern malls. It becomes more and more flourishing.

       

      2. Hong Qiao New World Pearl Market
      Located: Hong Mei Road on the corner of Hong Qiao Road, The market is a little out of the way for the normal tourist who is staying downtown, but if you have time (hey, they're open until 10pm), make the trip out. Like Pearl's Circles, vendors have ready-made items for you to buy, but you can do your own designing. Freshwater pearls are a real value in China.

      3. Dong Tai Road Antique Market
      Located on Tai Road, near Xizang Nan Road, Dong Tai Road is a lot of fun, especially if you're in the mood to just wander and look at junk. You'll find every kind of Mao memorabilia to old records, photos, lanterns, porcelain, chopsticks and knick-knacks. Remember to bargain hard here and have fun treasure hunting.

      4. Huaihai Road:
      Huaihai Road is a charming six-km stretch with almost 400 shops. The most bustling part is from Shanxi Road to Tibet Road. Many Shops are built in the architectural styles of different countries. When night falls, as the lights flash and shine, it truly comes alive. There are also many internationally renowned department stores such as Paris Spring, the Japanese Isetan, Parkson's. It is a highly successful shopping and commercial area incorporating business, finance, culture and tourism. It features top-end designer brands from all over the world.

       

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