Fang Bang Road Indoor Antique Market, Shanghai

Fang Bang Road Indoor Antique Market, Shanghai

The Fang Bang Road Indoor Antique Market in Shanghai is a distinctive destination for both locals and tourists alike, offering a unique glimpse into the rich tapestry of Chinese culture and history through its diverse array of collectibles and artifacts. This five-story flea market has become a bustling hub of activity, particularly over the weekend. Notably, the market spreads its offerings across three floors regularly, while the weekend market especially thrives on the third and fourth floors, with the latter being exclusively open to small local vendors during these days.

Visitors to the Fang Bang Road Indoor Antique Market are treated to an eclectic selection of items that range from ethnic Yunnan bags to meticulously reproduced traditional furniture, providing a tangible connection to China's diverse cultural heritage. The market is renowned for its extensive collection that includes porcelain items, old jade pendants, used furniture pieces, Qing Dynasty coins, Chairman Mao buttons, old Russian cameras, Buddhist statues, and propaganda posters from the 1950s. Additionally, those with a penchant for nostalgia can sift through boxes of yellowing photographs, each telling its own story of days gone by.

This market is not just a shopping destination but a vibrant cultural experience, attracting a wide array of visitors and vendors from Shanghai and beyond. It offers an unparalleled opportunity for tourists to immerse themselves in the search for authentic artifacts and to learn more about Chinese history and culture through the treasures they find.

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Sight Name: Fang Bang Road Indoor Antique Market
Sight Location: Shanghai, China (See walking tours in Shanghai)
Sight Type: Shopping
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