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APAC Yinyang Market

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Inside Kejiguan Station Subway Line 2, No.2002 Century Avenue, Pudong New Area, Shanghai, China
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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

This market sells fakes. Leather goods, clothes, electronics, toys etc. They also have competitive glasses outlets and food. Whilst some shop owners are fair and enjoy haggling some give you a price and then try to say that they never said that. Or you finally...More

Thank enneiviv
Reviewed 1 week ago

Went here on my own when on a business trip to Shanghai. Be wary about walking around the shops with a local... they take you to the shops they get a commission from and you may well miss out on some better / cheaper bargains...More

Thank leejinx
Reviewed 1 week ago

Visited twice. Bargain to the core. Also known as Fake Market. Mostly Indian shoppers (specially Gujjus). Spent 6-7 hours in the market. Its an underground marker and Air Conditioned. Buy Firct Copy watches, bags, souvenirs, silk, pearls, tea sets, tea etc.

1  Thank bhusan007
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

I had read the reviews in trip advisor so was all set for bargaining. This market is good for gifting. From souviniers to bags everything. You show them a pic of a watch/bag/sun glass and they will give you the replica. I bargained a lot...More

1  Thank Neha P
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

In this market you can get anything you like. From electricals to sunglasses to a tailor made suit. Haggling is the order of the day so be prepared to barter for a bargain.

1  Thank Henchelson
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

Very poor experience , some shoppers hassle in a nice way , some very rude , all overpriced , i don”t recommend wasting your time in there ,yu gardens is better as you find good deals and see real chinese culture !

1  Thank marim705
Reviewed 13 October 2018

My family and I spent 2 afternoons in the market, and while it was hot and relentless, we all had a ball. The sales people have unlimited energy to haggle, but if you can hang in there you will get the price you want. Start...More

3  Thank Anthony L
Reviewed 2 October 2018 via mobile

Massive range of stuff, some really seems very good although probably counterfeit, but well made. Having a Mandarin speaker (nephew) helped a lot. Be totally prepared to walk away. Be polite, the vendors are pushy as it’s their job, but pleasant. Prices very negotiable and...More

1  Thank chitake
Reviewed 27 September 2018 via mobile

Advised to come by friends who had been on previous visit and pleased we came Easy to find on metro system as located at science museum station. However be prepared to be assaulted as soon as you enter and be firm. I recommend walking the...More

1  Thank Thirskies
Reviewed 26 September 2018

Very easy to get to as is underneath the subway station for the Science Museum. Big sprawling market with lots of different goods. But remember nearly all the exact same items are sold in MANY stalls. So you can walk away from bargaining. If you're...More

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proximity to the Metro Lines, granting easy access to
the heart of Puxi. The park itself is a huge draw,
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Thembile
9 November 2018|
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Response from RandySpence | Reviewed this property |
It’s depends on the size of the bad, and your negotiating ability. But as a general rule I would say less than $200.
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mykr72
30 October 2018|
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Response from Jayne J | Reviewed this property |
Would love to help you but unfortunately I have no idea if the market would be able to replace your screen and do not know where in Shanghai you would be able to have it done. Perhaps ask the hotel you are staying at, as... More
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Crumbdog
27 October 2018|
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Response from Jules_fl | Reviewed this property |
It is impossible to say. But give a low price and be prepared to walk away. When they let you walk, then go to the next stall and offer the low amount and don't budge. I would give them the price and told them what I wanted... More
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