The famous Shanghai "Fabric Market" is home to hundereds of tailors and seamstresses, and is the city's prime destination for bespoke clothing garments. If it can be stitched and sewn, they can do it for you at the South Bund Fabric Market. Be advised to bring cash,... Read more
Qipu Lu -- "cheap" street -- is a series of malls crammed, jammed, and stuffed full of cheap, cheap, cheap clothes, with some fakes for good measure. It's ground zero for young local shoppers, and pretty much hell for everyone else. Aggressive touts, swarms of... Read more
The six-story market is the place in Shanghai for all your photography needs, whether you're a novice or a pro. The first two floors are packed with shops selling big brand names, the other floors are good for second hand cameras, specialist equipment, accessories,... Read more
Tianshan is a giant multi-level complex devoted to tea. The market hosts around 150 stalls selling thousands of varieties of leaves. Walk into almost any of these shops and soon enough you'll be sitting with a small cup, infusion after infusion being poured out for... Read more
The 3 story market is one of the best places in town to buy glasses - custom made glasses are still one of the few products that's much cheaper in Shanghai than back home. Over a hundred shops sell glasses, sunglasses (prescription and non-prescription) and contacts... Read more
Subterranean marketplace with a lot shops and stalls selling kids clothing, toys, and so on. It's comparatively clean and friendly for an underground market, and it has a playground. Read more
Now the largest flower market in the city, you can find flowers and plants at wholesale prices. Bargain throughout all three levels for fresh and fake flowers, as well as tools. Read more
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