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Starting at The Bund and stretching from east to west, Nanjing Road is one of the famous shopping destinations in Shanghai. At roughly 3.5 miles, it's one of the longest shopping districts in the world. Nanjing Road is actually divided into two roads: East Nanjing Road and West Nanjing Road, though East Nanjing is where you'll find the famous pedestrian arcade. Flagship stores, boutiques, open-air markets, chains, and restaurants line the road. Everything from McDonalds to Tiffany & Co. is at your fingertips. In recent times, Nanjing's fame has somewhat been eclipsed by Huai Hai Road, but it is definitely still worth visiting, especially at night, when the whole street is lit up with neon signs that could rival Las Vegas.
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