I would say that this is a top attraction if you're completely new to Shanghai and have a rather limited time in the city. It's fun to wander through the maze of narrow corridors and browse all the small shops, eateries, and bars. But I would recommend a visit either earlier in morning or during a weekday and try to avoid weekend afternoons or early evening, as the narrow pathways can be easily clogged with people and you have to shuffle along with the crowd. I wouldn't advise buying souvenirs from the shops as they tend to be overpriced. The food is a little bit pricier as well, but there is a nice variety of food choices in such a compact area should you decide to have a snack or meal and don't feel like eating in the mall across the street. If you enjoy photography, this would be an interesting stop to snap some photos.
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