Also known as Shanghai Keji Guan (meaning Shanghai Science and Technology Museum) due to its proxy to both the museum and the subway station with the same name. Within seconds of arriving there: "Mister, mister! You want pen - Mont Blanc, watch, socks? What you want? What you looking for?" Don't try to make sense of what pens and watches have in common with socks, other than they all fit in the pouches that the sellers are carrying outside the market. Consider skipping the outside vendors and head directly to the market itself. This market has (almost literally) everything you might be looking for: luggage, wallets, purses, watches, laser pointers, some electronics, silk(-ish) scrolls, silk and cashmere scarfs, souvenir chopsticks, glasses, pearl jewelry, tailored clothing (also T-shirts, sports jerseys, coats, etc), and tea and tea-sets, and so much more. There are reasons however that it's also called the "Fake Market". But if you ask the people working there: "The material is real, it's that they are not the real brand, they are imitations." To a degree this is true. But realizing also that the quality of the goods (even if real goods) are the lesser quality materials (but sometimes also completely fake). But do you honestly expect differently at negotiated prices? Don't really expect that paying at a discount will get you something which lasts forever - it's cheap, consider the saying: "you get what you pay for." Also don't be fooled by "this is the best material, look!" - Anything you're interested in somehow becomes the best thing they have in the shop. In addition, you'll hear the different types of prices: "friend price", "best price", "best friend price", "lowest price", "final price", and amazingly enough, "final final price". Use these words to your own advantage. Lastly, although some people struggle with the thought of bargaining, here are some simple tips: 1) Don't settle for more than you are willing to pay; sounds simple, right? 2) Walk away if the price doesn't get low enough; the shop around the corner has the exact same stuff, try there. If the first shop owner chases after you still trying to negotiate, it's up to you to consider or ignore their new offers. 3) If you bought it and are happy with the price, don't ever second-guess yourself; after all, you said you were happy with the price! In the end, have fun... you don't NEED anything and don't HAVE to buy if you don't want to. On a side note, my wife and I are temporarily living in Shanghai and frequently shop there for tea, gifts and tailored clothing.