AP Plaza is Pudong's biggest "fake market", located underground in Metro Line 2's Science & Technology Museum station. The northern half of AP Plaza, called Xinyang, is a collection of stalls, touts, and greedy salespeople out to rip-off unsuspecting tourists with... Read more
Located in Lujiazui above Century Avenue Station, Century Link was designed by the renowned architectural firm SOM and has a range of shopping, entertainment, and dining options. Read more
A mall dedicated to kids and family, the foyer level has regular theme events from famous kids cartoon shows, the 3rd floor has a host of kids activities and playgrounds form kids of all ages. For F&B there are over 30 restaurants to choose from Read more
Cool, rundown mall in the city center, specializing in video games, anime dolls, DJ equipment, board game cafés, Magic cards, virtual reality, manicures, phones, tennis rackets, toys (for kids and adults) and insanity. Definitely a fun place to spend a few hours. Read more
This 45,000sq. shopping center is packed with F&B venues, a high-end supermarket and international retailers including H&M, GAP, Muji, Mothercare and World Health Store. Kerry Parkside alongside the Kerry Hotel, Residences at Kerry Parkside, and Offices at Kerry... Read more
Huge mall on the doorstep of Madang Lu Station. Read more
Kai Xuan Men Dasha is an unassuming four-storey mall on the far side of Jing'an district near Suzhou Creek. The mall is four floors: the first three floors are a collection of small stores selling secret blends of herbs and spices. They have everything from what you... Read more
As one of Shanghai's newest shopping centers IFC not only houses luxury brands galore, but the building also contains the Ritz Carlton Pudong, the international supermarket CitySuper, as well as restaurants. Read more
This Jing'an mall's feature stores include H&M and Forever 21, with more mid- to low-end shops than is usually found in the Nanjing West area. Opened in early 2015, the mall holds it's own community events like a farmer's market the last Sunday of every month. Read more
Developed by Zendai Group and designed by renowned architect Arata Isozaki, the Himalayas Center houses the Zendai Musuem and art space as well as the Jumeriah Hotel. Read more
Located at the epicenter of Xujiahui (and its namesake metro stop), Grand Gateway hosts shopping malls including luxury brands, restaurants, a movie theatre and office tower. Read more
One of China's better malls, Swire Properties and Taikoo have spent a few years building this massive shopping complex just east of West Nanjing Road station, before it finally opened (mostly) in 2017. Notable features include a renovated mansion towards Weihai Lu... Read more
Open since 1990, the Shanghai Centre is a huge mixed-use building in the center of Jing'an. Aside from the Ritz Portman hotel, the space has dozens of restaurants, high-end clothing shops, service apartments, cafés, bakeries, a theater, a couple of bars, and... Read more
L'Avenue wants to be all about luxury. This is shopping for people who like to collect credit card points and probably own at least a Rimowa or two. All the usual names are there -- Dolce & Gabbana, Dior, Chanel, Givenchy, etc. -- with some F&B, beauty, jewelry and... Read more
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