Fúyòu Antique Market
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459 Middle Fangbang Rd; 方浜中路459号 · interesting places nearby
Fúyòu Antique Market information
There’s a permanent antique market here on the 1st and 2nd floors, but the place really gets humming for the Ghost Market on Sunday at dawn, when sellers from the countryside fill up all four floors and then some. The range is good, but there’s a lot of junk, so you need a shrewd eye if you don’t want to pay too much over the odds. Use your best haggling skills.