So there was a line in a tourism pamphlet that caught my eyes. It was like the following:
Nearby the hotel is a one of the world's largest commercial complexes where you can enjoy local foods, which are very cheap and exquisite, enjoy shopping, and more.
Looks like it wanted to say that visitors can shop, have some exquisite local foods, and enjoy more activities. I am not sure that is gramatically right though (how they write "~ and more" at the end). I have always thought "~and more" and ", etc" were for lists (of nouns). Plus, the relative clause in the sentence(which are very cheap and exquisite) only makes the sentence more complex and chaotic. I would never ever write a sentence like this in a tourism leaflet.
I want to hear your opinion about the grammar and syntax of this sentence. Thank you!