Qipu Road Costume Wholesale Market Parking Lot, Shanghai

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Shop for inexpensive clothes, accessories, shoes, and jewelry at Shanghai's largest clothing market, Qipu Road Costume Wholesale Market Parking Lot. Three shoppings malls stretch over several floors, while stuffed stalls fill the narrow corridors. If you're into Chinese fashion, and thrive on digging in piles of clothes, the mall also known as the Cheap Lu is the place to visit. Keep in mind that hawkers can get pretty pushy and pickpockets love to hang out in the crowded hallways. With our online itinerary creator, Shanghai attractions like Qipu Road Costume Wholesale Market Parking Lot can be center stage of your vacation plans, and you can find out about other attractions like it, unlike it, near it, and miles away.
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  • looking for counterfeit stuff of good quality? Here is the place to be, let yourself be guided by one of the vendors, which definitely can be trusted. they lead you to the right spots, good haggling, at least 50% to-buy and lower but beautiful stuff for little money, much better sale if near Nanjing Road and absolutely not so far away.
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  • I take subway and took exit 5 , the basement full of store of accessories,shoes, dress ,quite cheap and sometimes you need to bargain. But some woman or man try to persuade us to but fake branded thin...  more »
  • Shanghai is very familiar with here. How hilarious and brilliant, now under the impact of the network, plus a variety of rising costs. Price, price, price! Has not had too many advantages. But there are a few shops or fashion floor is intended for South Korea. Domestic, locals and gradually less, not many foreign visitors can choose, for size reasons. Features here are suitable for the local people. In short there is only memory and reputation in the.
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  • This is one of my favourite markets in Shanghai. The place and massive and easy to get lost it in, it spans across a series of large buildings. So you leave one building and just walk into the next and the market continues. You can find everything in this market: clothing, bags, shoes, etc. Everything is unbelievably cheap. Less foreigners come here, its mostly locals, so it actually tends to be easier to bargain. Some shops will even have prices on certain things. This is definitely the easiest market to bargain in, (next would be the Museum of Science market and the most difficult is the Nanjing market). The only downside is that you really got to dig to find what you want. The place is so big and has different sections, that you just got to hope you come across the section with the thing you're looking for. There's parts that sell mostly shoes, I've seen an area of just stores selling just denim shorts before. You just got to take the time to wander through. If you have the time then this is a great market, and has clothes for inanely cheap prices. I came here once after returning a dress I got from H&M, and so I got 200rmb back. I took that money to Qipu and ended up buying 11 articles of clothing with the money is cost for one thing in a Western store.
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  • Bargain well .. all under one roof
  • Once the joint concession. Japanese streets and alleyways and work to find some old buildings remain. History would like to recommend the place.
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  • More clothes, next to several building is nearby is basically around clothing industry, Basic you can buy what you want, is not that well known brands. But too many choices is not so good to me.
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