3 floors full of Chinese souvenirs, bags, shoes, pashminas, knitwear, fake Apple products, and more
580 Nanjing West Road | 南京 西路 580 号
Say it in Chinese:
"Nan Jing, he loo woo bah shih how far"
Daily from 10 to 18
The market is indoors – heated in winter, cool in summer. There are escalators that makes the version of the stroller. There are several restaurants and tea shops, so you can leave behind the tired people to eat or drink if necessary.
What you should know the fake market and counterfeit products:
Nothing to see here is real. People sell these products tells you that they are "true" or "quality". They are not real, no matter how much you want to believe it. Be careful, especially when buying electronics that are going to use your real items in the home. My friend bought an Apple iPhone charger, the market for pennies who later killed her phone.
You get what you pay for so do not pay too much. Remember to bargain hard. Prices in this market, in particular, from a large (somewhere around 5-6 times what they will come down). Decide in advance what your maximum price and stick to it. Almost everything is available in a variety of stalls inside the market so keep looking. Read this How to Bargain article will help you buy.
Rumors fines for counterfeit goods in airports. I've never had it happen personally and not my friend, but you always hear rumors of people to get a big fine at home, when duty to open the suitcases to find them full of pirated DVDs, fake Gucci bags and shiny cheap Rolex watches. Keep this in mind and buy a reasonably.
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Submited at Tuesday, January 4th, 2011 at 8:00 pm on Asia by samantha
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