Shopping in Shanghai

ShanghaiStyle Clinic by Astin Brown Inc.  is introducing tailor-made shopping experiences to the ‘ready-set-go’ city of Shanghai, China. A relatively new shopping mecca and style destination, this pulse-racing city, located on the Yangtze Delta, overflows with the biggest city population in the world.   Highlights include fast and heady shopping at coveted secret shopping locations, and  a morning unravelling some of the fascinating history of Shanghai with celebrity speaker, historian Patrick Cranley. All-inclusive shopping experiences to Shanghai begin at $2285 per person for 6 nights, including luxury 5 star accommodation, but not including international airfare.  

Comments (5)

  1. Richard Beck says:

    Stay at the Ritz Carlton and speak to Ivy Kwan, the resident Sales Manager. She is the hostess of Shanghai and can tell you exactly where to go to have designer clothes expertly copied at a fraction of the cost anywhere. She is also a fabulous person!!!!

  2. There are loads of great shops in Shanghai. I read a useful article about China at http://ezinearticles.com/?Things-to-Do-on-Holiday-in-China&id=1278598

  3. Kay says:

    My online friend, Navjot Singh, is based in China and has recently written two books.

    Newcomer’s Handbook Country Guide: China: Including Beijing, Guangzhou, Shanghai, and Shenzhen (First Books, USA, Summer 2008)

    China: Business Travellers Handbook (Stacey International, UK, October 2008)

    He has also provided us with lots of useful info for our expat website.

    Paul, let me know if you would like me to ‘introduce’ you to each other.

  4. Paul Johnson says:

    Thanks, Kay… you’d be welcome to pass on my details.

  5. irene says:

    Shanghai has in recent years become a real shoppers destination, i would venture to say that is beats Beijing. As well as all the international brands there are plenty of local designers available that gives you a greater choice and a unique buy. Also it is particularly good for homeware products with a difference.

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