That was how our guide described. Huge modern skyscrapers, upmarket shopping, smart eateries. largely pedestrianised. And in the middle, the once tall, now dwarfed, liberation monument. All strangely attractive.
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A place of congregation for both tourists and locals. Thankfully, few peddlers and many police combed the area. Many up market shops, shopping malls and eateries. There is a supermarket in H&M building and opposite Gucci. Hong Ya Dong is 7 mins walk so include...More
This is a fun and bustling area with a lot of shops and also delicious food eateries. I went to a cinema here which was good value and they even gave me a free gift bag.
Jiefangbei has just about everything if you have long enough to find it. All of the famous western clothes brands are there. They have western food and authentic local food. If you're looking for a day of shopping and exploring modern Chongqing, this is a...More
This is the modern shopping and commercial centre of Chongqing. There were many shopping centres with hotels close by. Many tour bus companies had the pickup locations close by. It offers many food choices with a dedicated eating street. You will find many western food...More
CQ has a fairly big downtown pedestrian area that you can take a stroll along. Lots of shopping malls, restaurants, coffee shops, hotels, banks etc. Besides shopping and eating nothing else to do or see there. Not really a must see but if time allows...More
This place has stores like H&M and Apple Store. It also has a several story shopping mall that is great to visit but more expensive than the local stores you find throughout the city. The clock tower in the center of the square is a...More
I was think the monument was an ancient one, however, I afterwards figured out that it was a newly built monument in 1997 when gov decided to develop this area as an shopping area. Well, it is a good place for shopping though, many brands...More