Luxury shopping in Shanghai

Spend a day at the city’s finest boutiques and most glamorous malls


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With its designer shopping streets and bustling markets, Shanghai certainly lives up to its reputation as China’s most popular shopping destination. So much so in fact, it’s been dubbed the ‘Paris of the East’. It’s only a short taxi ride from Jumeirah Himalayas to the following locations, and rest assured our concierge will do everything in their power to make your day in the shops as enjoyable as possible.


Plaza 66

A luxury five-storey mall with boutiques including Canali, Valextra, Lalique, and a Louis Vuitton store that spans four floors. A lounge designed by Ilse Crawford is set apart for customers who spend more than one million yuan per year at the mall.



Modern stores line renovated residential streets and alleys, in the old French Concession. Come here to browse jewellery, pottery and art from local designers.


Huaihai Road

Crossing through the old French Concession, this street is dubbed the Champs Elysées of Shanghai. All the major designer stores are found along this busy thoroughfare, from Hermès to Tiffany & Co, as well as high street brands such as H&M and Zara.


Nanjing Road

Shanghai’s most popular shopping street is said to welcome one million visitors every day. Come here for three miles of malls, department stores and shops, including Plaza 66.


The Bund

This 1.5km of waterfront is home to a number of luxury brands, from Cartier and Ermenegildo Zegna to Omega and Blancpain. A sprawl of designer boutiques and craft shops have unfurled into side streets that bloom with handcrafted clothing, hand-painted porcelain and stylish furnishings. Discover elegant shawls of silk, cashmere and linen in Annabel Lee, or the finest Asian haute couture at Shiatzy Chen.


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