Join an expert for a money-saving shopping expedition!
* available weekends only!
Curtains can be of both excellent quality and extremely cheap in China. Therefor, due to popular demand, we offer private curtain-buying tours that have been known to save clients 400% or more. This tour is designed for those wanting a number of curtains or even a house-lot… but even if you only want a few, it’s still a worthwhile tour.
Our curtain expert is a New Zealander who speaks Mandarin, is a lethal negotiator and is very experienced in having curtains made. And he’ll take you to the curtain market where over 500 vendors (all of whom only speak Chinese) are selling their curtain-making expertise, fabrics and accessories.
Preparation is the key to be able to successfully complete this tour. Once you have booked and paid your initial payment (via Paypal), we will send you a checklist of information to bring with you to ensure you get exactly what you want.
The cost for this specialized tour is an initial payment of 1,000RMB to have the check list sent to you for completion. This list includes all the information we will need and some ideas and tips to make the day go more smoothly. The cost on the day is then 600RMB per hour, minimum four hours. This does not include transport or meals. We will meet you at your hotel lobby and suggest going by taxi to the curtain market and return. Rest assured this tour will save you a fortune and what you pay for the tour will be minuscule in comparison to the savings you make – we guarantee it!
Your curtains should be ready before you leave Shanghai – do this tour as early as possible in your stay to ensure completion. If you need help to ship your curtains, we can assist with this too.
“I thought Paul was incredible and I have told everyone here the same thing. He was so professional and seemed to know a lot about curtains. He completely took charge though of course I made all the important decisions and I do believe if it wasn’t for him we would have been there for hours wandering aimlessly and there was a lot of potential for a disaster. He’s also got a fantastic approachable manner. I was so lucky to have him help me. You should without doubt utilise his skills”.
— Leanne Wilson (Goodger NZ)