Eastern China Shopping

From upscale to bargain bin, from local souvenirs to timeless finds, we’ve culled our favorite shopping locations in Eastern China.

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Antiques Market Curio Bazaar

  • Antiques/Collectibles

You'll find small clusters of galleries and stalls here selling a variety of jade pieces and antique bric-a-brac of varying levels of...

China Silk Town

  • Clothing

On either side of a nearly 4,000-foot-long pedestrian street, the stalls and shops of China Silk Town sell silk ties, pajamas, and shirts,...

Gulou Pedestrian Street

  • Antiques/Collectibles

Head east down Zhongshan Xi Lu to Gulou (drum tower) Pedestrian Street; there's a row of restored buildings packed with everything from...

Hefang Jie

  • Shopping Neighborhoods

Also known as Qinghefang Historic Block, Hefang Street (河坊街, héfāng jiē) is a lively, crowded pedestrian street and not to be...

Heyi Avenue

  • Shopping Neighborhoods

The city's poshest shopping area is Heyi Avenue, where you'll find high-end luxury chains like Gucci, Dior, Armani, Montblanc, and Swarovski...

Lu Xun Zhong Lu

  • Shopping Neighborhoods

In addition to calligraphy brushes, and fans, scrolls, and other items decorated with calligraphy, this street has several shops selling...

Tianyi Square

  • Shopping Neighborhoods

Just east of the Tianfeng Pagoda is Tianyi Square, Ningbo locals' favorite shopping and entertainment complex. It's a popular meeting...

Wushan Night Market

  • Outdoor/Flea/Green Markets

The Wushan Night Market has stalls selling late-night local snacks, and you'll find accessories of every kind—ties, scarves, pillow...

Xianggang Lu Antiques Market

  • Ceramics/Glassware

A combination antiques/curio/tchotchke emporium, this 20-year-old market is the place to come for souvenirs. Weekends see more than 200...

Xihu Longjing Tea Company

  • Food/Candy

A few blocks north of the China Tea Museum, the Xihu Longjing Tea Company has a nice selection of the famed longjing (Dragon Well) tea.


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