More neon than I've seen for a while in this very popular (and fairly crowded) night time destination. Excellent for 'people watching' or picking up some touristy type trinkets.
There are countless of shops along this street. It’s a shopping paradise for me. Apart from stores with famous brands, there are also street vendors and restaurants where I can find affordable goods and food. Shopping is fun for sure, but watching free street performance is super fun. There are many street singers, dancers, Chinese sport demonstrators, etc., both day... More
E. Nanjing Rd Pedestrian St. is always full of people and at night is well lit with lots of neon signs. Both offer many photo opportunities. We saw groups of people line dancing and some interesting street performers. With no cars or cycles to dodge, this can be a very enjoyable stroll with stops for snacks or a wide variety... More
Shopping for western luxury brands in an a faraway place is not my idea of fun. However, a quick stop to see the opulence, the lights, a thriving Chinese upper class makes it worth a visit and you will find a Starbucks for sure.
short message from me that never accept massage with young girl (both by man and preety woman), they are all robberies!!! they will have thousand ways to rob you, even by violence of you accept they offering. They will ask a lot of money, even using your credit card.
If I wanted to shop at western stores i would have stayed in California. Although Nanjing Road still has some decent food and some decent shopping bargains it appears to be coming more and more western/commercial. There are some positives about visitng here, but, overall, Nanjing Road is losing the uniqueness that it once had.
We went there several times while going to the Bund and we loved it. There were a lot of people but we always felt safe , in fact completely safe compared to QiPu Road. There were lots of sales on winter clothes . On the streets. there were some people trying to sell us a pair of rollers (as they... More
Try to avoid on the weekend - it is absolutely INSANE with the amount of people here. On a weekday it is still busy, but less crowded. Easy to get to on subway, Metro Line 1 - People's Square Station or Metro Line 2 - East Nanjing Road Station.
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