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Shopping In Shanghai

Super Brand Mall: Located at Lujiazui Road, this is said to be one the biggest and fashionable shopping malls of Asia with almost thirteen trendy and splendidly designed floors. This grand oldest shopping mall houses a large number of exclusive designer stores of high-end styled merchandise including number of restaurants and cafes.

Times Square: It’s the ultimate destination for all the shopaholics and fashion enthusiasts. With hundreds of stylish and classy shopping centers and stores, Times Square offers many other entertaining activities. This mall is designed in European architecture style and is one of the ideal landmarks of Shanghai.

Shanghai IFC Mall: This sparkling champagne colored mall is situated at Century Avenue in a stylish shopping ambience. It shelters a cluster of finest retail shops with the richest collection of top brands of the fashion industry and offers a great experience with the wonderful restaurants and a prominent cinema complex.

Curio Street: Situated at the Dongtai Road, this street offers a multiple variety of hundreds of small shops with the best items of the country. It is one of the most popular local markets and is said to be a treasure trove for all antique-hunters.

Yuyuan Market: Explore the traditional market place of China with hundreds of shops offering merchandize, silk umbrellas, bamboo furniture, Chinese walking sticks, and many other varieties of goods merged with the local aroma. It is located near the famous Yu Garden and is also known as the City God Temple market.

Shanghai’s main shopping street is the Nanjing Street, which is often jam packed with people on weekends. A long street, its most famous portion is near the Bund which has a 1 km long boulevard. The prices are targeted towards domestic tourists and hence quite reasonable.

Nanjing Road West is home to high-end boutiques and plush shopping malls, with the flagship store of Giorgio Armani being one of the most notable stores in this area.

The French Concession Streets, Xinle Lu, Changle Lu and Anfu Lu are tree-lined lanes with small buildings housing small clothing boutiques with the latest trends and fashion accessories.

Those looking for souvenirs and antiques will find shops on the Dongtai Road Antiques Market, in addition to jade and Communist China memorabilia.

The Bu Ye Cheng Communications Market is one of the largest open-style electronics markets in the city and has a huge collection of mobile phones for sale on display. Most shops will allow you to try out almost any cell phone model for use, before purchase.

Super Brand Mall: Located at Lujiazui Road, this is said to be one the biggest and fashionable shopping malls of Asia with almost thirteen trendy and splendidly designed floors. Th...

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