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You will need a few days to see it all.
Would recommend a close hotel within 5 min walking distance
Ask for an initial price to get an idea then bargain lower to get what you want
High speed 2m usb phone charger leads 15RMB,...More
Amazing electronic and technology wholesale shopping district, where many suppliers source for their products to ship through most of South East Asia, and even America, Europe and Africa. Many items just released into the markets can be found at HuaQiangBei.
The hub of electronics markets in Shenzhen and China, although i wouldnt go here to actually purchase full electronics such as phones as you never really know what quality you are going to get. Anyway this place is crazy active and definitely something that needs...More
We were amazed. Malls go on forever with designer brands and you can enter a ‘shop’ that turns into an enormous emporium of stalls and stalls selling tec products, wires, connectors, gadgets, robots.... we got an amazing deal on a full sized electric piano keyboard...More
The area itself is nice and definitely worth visiting to see BUT be very carful with buying, because MANY, MANY things are fakes (e.g. I'd say 95% of SD cards are fakes, same for power banks). I bought a power bank from company called eloop,...More
Hundreds of small shops offering everything from raw electronics to fake iPhones and Rolexes to you name it.
Plan a day here and HAGGLE. Many stores offer the same thing and don't be afraid to offer 50 percent off and walk away.
A cannot-miss visit. Lots of shopping esp electronics products and LEDs. Good local food as well as restaurant food too. Loved the spacious pedestrian walkway and the quiet streets filled with electric taxis and buses.
Response from Banjomobile | Reviewed this property |
Generally speaking no. Foreign credit cards are usually only accepted by major hotel chains and not many at that. You can pay by Chinese credit card or of course RNB. Foreign exchange is not acceptable by most businesses... More
Generally speaking no. Foreign credit cards are usually only accepted by major hotel chains and not many at that. You can pay by Chinese credit card or of course RNB. Foreign exchange is not acceptable by most businesses there. However, if you get money from an ATM machine it will be dispensed on RNB which you can then use for local purchases.
Response from StaffordSteve49 | Reviewed this property |
There are good spas around the various crossing points but my resident son says the way to do it is that he and his wife book in for a night at a hotel with spa, use the spa facilities, and then go home without ever using... More
There are good spas around the various crossing points but my resident son says the way to do it is that he and his wife book in for a night at a hotel with spa, use the spa facilities, and then go home without ever using the room. It is cheaper than two spa stand-alone tickets. I don’t however know how widespread this practice is: I’ve only done it the once.