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My son wanted to see what bargains he could store on athletic shoes and watches so we jumped on the subway and were at the market in about 20 minutes. He had done a summer semester overseas so was good at haggling. We had a...More
The thing my kids were most excited about in coming to China was being able to buy copy designer shoes, bags and clothes. All their dreams came true at A.P. Plaza underneath Kejiguan Subway Station. Hundreds of stores selling everything from glasses (where they test...More
I've been coming to Shanghai for quite some years now, and don't always go to the fake market. However, if you've never been, and you're curious about this phenomenon...GO THERE and have FUN! Best to go in the morning, and take your time.
Just beware of the prices. They are highly inflated and don’t be embarrassed when you barter. There are rows and rows of small stores each selling them same things. My husband purchased a scan disc for the camera and when he put it in the...More
Angela Optical Glasses
Excellent! Top Quality! Latest styles
It’s a must to visit!!
I am her client since 2014.
Professional service and all sun glasses and prescription glasses that I bought last for ever!
Love the place!
Angela Optical glasses
D2-02-03 North Square
This is a decent enough market for certain items, especially simple things like clothes and trinkets.
However, I bought a USB drive from here and, although I loaded it up on my laptop and my computer displayed the correct storage capacity, when I got home...More
Every shopkeeper speaks good English and be prepared to spend ample time at each shop while bargaining in the prices. Most knock offs look decent. There does not appear to be aircon in the corridors and it gets very hot if you spend a few...More
This place is EXCELLENT. I went there last week and it is a great place to be if you love shopping and bargain. The vendors are not agressive but can be persuasive. A lot of "pushers" (asking if you want watch, sunglasses, handbags with a...More
Shanghai residents see Pudong’s suburbs as the place that grown-ups retreat to when they’re ready to settle down and stop living in the cramped confines of a refurbished lanehouse. The areas around Century Park are some of the most desirable as they are in close proximity to the Metro Lines, granting easy access to the heart of Puxi. The park itself is a huge draw, it’s one of Shanghai’s biggest and there are sports
fields tucked into one of its corners, but five-star hotels, museums and great malls make life in the Century Park area easy for the homesick foreigner. And if living in a Western bubble in China isn’t your thing, there is plenty of local flavor to be had in between the major development. Some of Lujiazui’s futurism can also be seen in buildings and sculptures throughout the neighborhood as well.
Would love to help you but unfortunately I have no idea if the market would be able to replace your screen and do not know where in Shanghai you would be able to have it done. Perhaps ask the hotel you are staying at, as... More
Would love to help you but unfortunately I have no idea if the market would be able to replace your screen and do not know where in Shanghai you would be able to have it done. Perhaps ask the hotel you are staying at, as they might be able to point you in the right direction. Good luck.
It is impossible to say. But give a low price and be prepared to walk away. When they let you walk, then go to the next stall and offer the low amount and don't budge. I would give them the price and told them what I wanted... More
It is impossible to say. But give a low price and be prepared to walk away. When they let you walk, then go to the next stall and offer the low amount and don't budge. I would give them the price and told them what I wanted. They know when you are serious. Good luck,