The China Chengdu shopping complex, the largest of its kind in Nanning, opened its doors to the public on January 10. The complex has 7 floors, including the underground floor, and covers a whopping 60,000 square meters. You can find most mid- to high level goods at the stores as well as enjoy the 6,000 square meter open-air ‘culture and leisure’ plaza which is where you can find the food court and leisure facilities.
Where: Xixiangtang, 5 Nanning High-tech Zone South Road (next to high-tech Primary) 南宁市西乡塘区高新区南二路5号(高新小学旁) Phone: 077 1238 6666 Getting there: Take the no. 14 bus and get off at the China Chengdu square
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