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Shenzhen is a shopping paradise for both residents and visitors. On weekends, crowds of Hong Kong shoppers pour into the city searching from luxury stores to street stalls for various things from international brands to local products. Following is a list of the most popular shopping areas in the city. North Huaqiang Area (Hua Qiang Bei) is the most prosperous shopping area in Shenzhen; it is home to dozens of market places for electronic products, home appliances, timepieces, clothing and jewelry. Some market places each house hundreds of shops, from flagship stores selling big brands to small boutiques where you can bargain. It is also a great place to dine, with plenty of restaurants offering various Chinese cuisines and foreign brands like Pizza Hut, Hagen Daas and AijiSen. Luohu Commercial City is the shopping area closest to Hong Kong, usually crowded on weekends. The five-story building houses many stores selling clothes, jewelry, fashion accessories and traditional craftworks. Dongmen Area is one the oldest commercial centers in Shenzhen which highlights a walking street flanked by humming stores. It is a good place to buy clothes, handbags, fashion accessories, jewelry, handicrafts, toys and small electronic gadgets.

Shenzhen Dongmen Commercial Area

It is normally called “Laojie ” (old street), being the commercial area with longest history in Shenzhen, integrating shopping ,recreation and sightseeing. It is a commercial area in Shenzhen with largest scale, most concentrated shops and most complete business categories, covering a land area of 176,000 m2 and composed of over 20 small streets.

Shenzhen Huaqianbei Commercial Area

Located on Huaqiang Road North in Futian District, it is the nation’s commercial area with the largest transaction volume. It is most well known as the largest electronic market in Asia, and visitors can buy teh most advantageous electronic products here.

Shenzhen Zhongying Street

Zhongying Street is located in Shatoujiao Town, Yantian District, Shenzhen City. The boundary tablet that was erected in the center of the street in 1898 with the inscription of "CHINESE BOUNDARY 1898 NO x ", splitting the original Shatoujiao Town into two sections with the eastern part called Shaotoujiao of the Chinese Boundary.

Last Updated on Monday, 02 September 2013 10:26  

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