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So it's a medium sized square with a Rolex clock tower in the middle of it. Around it are designer malls, tourist tat shops, and all sorts of places that cost far more than is worthwhile.
If you like paying over the odds for name...More
Nice place to do shopping of luxary. ChongQing is on mountains, so most of the shop here has multiple floors, make sure to check them all.
GPS may not work here properly... hope you can find the way, :D
It's pleasant to visit a shopping area in a large Chinese city where people are not packed in like sardines in a tin. It is quite pleasant, and really is the center of the city. Also enjoyed the Liberation monument at the center of the...More
Visited this place in October 2015
Never been to Times Square of New York City uptil now so can't compare with it right now... Found it to be quite lively place... Musical bands, different age groups dancing and enjoying their evenings, lots of shopping malls,...More
Many high rise shopping center, many people even on a week day. We stay at Traders hotel which is just a walking distance away and lots of food to eat, restaurants, nearby is the art museum, a park, metro line station and also we can...More
Central to the CBD, this location is at the crossroads of high end shopping and people watching and eating a variety of local treats. Open late into the night, it’s an ideal location to spend a few hours doing nothing to everything.
We took the metro to Jiefangbie Square. In the middle of the square is the liberation monument dedicated to the United States military for their aid in world war two. We walked from Jiefangbie to the Performing arts building. It looks like it was made...More
Compared to Honyadong (Hongya Cave) the Jiefangbei Square is much more modern, both being popular shopping areas in Chongqing. The center monument is the landmark, surrounded by modern shops. Nearby there is a food street, serving local dishes at pretty low prices. Quite an ordinary...More