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This marker us a must when visiting Shanghai. Lots of birds, turtles, fish, flowers and of course crickets.
The treatment of animals is definitely questionable but it is the part of the local culture.
Definitely worth visiting!
This is a very fun place to visit. It’s a very unique experience. It’s not your typical touristy stop. It is a local market where they sell small animals, more crickets than you can even imagine, plants and flowered and many other interesting things. Definitely...More
This market would definitely be on my must-see list in this city. It's a glimpse into 'old Shanghai' and the walls of plants and crickets are both beautiful and really exciting. I'll forewarn that if you're squeamish about bugs or animals in small cages, give...More
Shanghai is a huge metropolitan city with a lot of ocidental thing, but the pet market for me was a awesome experience. I’ve never been in a place like this. A lot of ornamental fishes, turtles, bugs and etc. the real Chinese place....
This was definitely a taste of the local culture if you're looking for one. We walked into a busy market of crickets, maggots (YUCK!), birds, turtles, and more in a crowded space with many stalls and vendors. It was definitely interesting to wander around and...More
The insects in the title of the market is what made me want to go and look around. There are plants, flowers, birds, turtles, bunnies and kittens, I even saw a few places selling Chipmunks. There are fish also and cages and tanks for everything...More
This is a very busy local market, many plants fish birds and insect for sale. There are puppy here to but be careful if you pet them as many are dyed so make sure you wash your hands properly. If you are walking past pop...More
We stopped by and had a great time walking through. The crickets, turtles, birds, fish, and any related supplies. We bought a little pagoda for a fish tank but just walking around and looking at everything was worth coming. Maybe 20-40 minutes to visit.
This place is Crazy!! It is crowded with people rudely pushing past you to get ahead. The air is filled with the sounds of thousands of trapped grasshoppers and many birds. We saw so many different animals for sale as pets, such as squirrels, chipmunks,...More