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Shanghai Shopping

 

Shanghai Shopping

 

Shanghai as a well-established shopping paradise has a long history to record. Going with prosperous business atmosphere, the subway in Shanghai offers the fastest convenience to go anywhere: along with Line 1 Shanxi South Station stops at the essential district of Huaihai Road, and the main mall near Xujiahui Station is highly welcomed with a wide variety of different goods; meanwhile the pass and nowadays are linked together by Line 2 with Nanjing Southern Road station, Nnajing Western Road station and Jiang’an Temple station. When the golden time comes to be off-season products and festival celebration, almost big malls sell goods on an amazing discount which make it a good chance for a shopping spree.

 

Recommended commercial circle
Xujiahui
Known as “the Four Giants”, Oriental Shopping Center, Grand Gateway, Pacific Department Store and Huijin Plaza altogether form the main stream of shopping houses. In addition, Buynow, Pacific Computer Square, Hongtusanbao contribute to a digital square connected with Mertocity. There is A’la Street in the Grand Gateway built into a throwing-back style to make a full delivery on the gentle Old Shanghai though lack of average length. Xujiahui Subway Mall also becomes
the excellent option to go shopping.
 
People Square
As the transport hub of railways, over ten big-box stores are attractive to settle down within People Square which is a business center. The shopping spots include Hong Kong Shopping Center, Nanjing Road Walking Street, the 1st Department Store and CapitaLand Square etc..
Located in the middle of LujiazuiFinance and TradeCenter Zone, Super Brand Mall enjoys the worldwide fame of “the Oriental Manhattan” by the side of Huangpu River which is fit into one of the biggest shopping and entertainment centers taking the advantage of conjunction with The Oriental Pearl TV Tower and Jinmao Tower.
 
Qipu Road
Qipu Road stretches from Henan North Road in the east to Zhejiang North Road in the west representing a T layout at the end of Shanxi North Road to the south, totaled a length of 680m. When the weekend comes to close at dusk, certain retailers would cry their wares through the street with some goods in a cutthroat price.
 
Antique Street in Dongtai Road

This antique street is famous for its handicraft articles home and abroad. It is located in Luwan District around the junction of Dongtai Road which is called “Shanghai’s Liulichang”. All the store inside run a business focusing on old handicraft article, including chinaware, jade object, bronze ware, woodenware, calligraphy and painting, the “scholar’s four jewels” and odd stuff. Each decoration of the houses fashions a style of its own with spectacular features.