Located under the Line 2 Metro Station for Shanghai Science and Technology Museum, this is an enormous warren of stalls selling all manner of replica designer fashion and accessories, as well as all the usual China memorabilia from chopsticks to qipaos.
Like its downtown sister on Nanjing Xi Lu, the Fenshine Fashion and Accessories Plaza, don't expect quality and do expect to bargain. Though this spot may not be as busy as downtown, they're used to tourists stopping in to spend their last RMB on souvenirs and prices start particularly high.
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