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Nanjing Road
Distance from hotel: 600 m (10 min walk)
The most famous shopping street in China is home to over 600 shops offering a dizzying array of items providing anything and everything a shopper could want. Stretching more than thee miles starting at the Shanghai Center, this pedestrian street is more than just a shopping street but an area for locals and visitors to congregate and experience the culture of the city. The dazzling signs and bright lights are the perfect backdrop for an evening stroll.

Fuyou Market, Old City  .
Distance from hotel: 1.7 km (10 min by car)
Only a short trip from downtown, this popular antique market offers a wealth of options, all at negotiable prices. Practice your bargaining skills as you wind your way through ornate antique furnishings, jewelry, ancient statues, and Tibetan silk paintings. 

Huaihai Road Market
Distance from hotel: 2.8 km (15 min by car)
This lively commercial street sells clothing and accessories from all manner of brands and backgrounds. Various shops display a myriad of styles, including stylish Western and International name brands. This is where well-to-do Shanghai residents shop for the finer things. Most boutiques are open daily from 10am-5pm but indivdual business hours may vary.

Xin Tian Di
Distance from hotel: 2.5 km (15 min by car)
Xin Tian Di is home to restaurants, bars and clubs in an area designed using Shanghai’s traditional Shikumen architecture. Shikumen buildings are recognizable by the grey and red brick facades, numerous ornamental front gates and low two or three heights. Originally built by the thousands in rows for middle-class Chinese, these classic Shanghainese houses are being destroyed and replaced with modern skyscrapers. Enjoy the restaurants and shopping, but don’t miss the small free-entry museum that educates visitors on what life was like in the lane-houses of the past.