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Kids & Toy Markets

H&M, Zara, Marks & Spencers and GAP now have stores in locations around the city offering children’s clothing at reasonable prices.

    Flagship stores are on Nanjing Xi Lu, however those found in the city’s major malls stock a similarly broad range of gear. If you’re looking for a local option, try Nihong Kids Plaza. This underground market caters entirely to children, who swarm around exhausted parents. You can find cheap clothing, shoes and learning toys.

    All big Shanghai supermarkets and Watson’s outlets sell a range of imported goods, including Huggies, Pampers and Johnson & Johnson. The UK chain Mothercare also have a presence in Shanghai offering a full range of baby and maternity clothing and accessories. Find their stores in large malls and on Huaihai Lu.