Baolong Homelike Hotel (Hongqiao)

No.2010 Hami Road, Changning District, Shanghai, Shanghai Region, 200336, China
Baolong Homelike Hotel (Hongqiao)
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Ruitai Hotel Shui Cheng Road

by tedmac

Can anyone give me the hotel website address please.
Also can anyone recommend the best way to get to the hotel from Pudong Airport

RE: RE: Ruitai Hotel Shui Cheng Road

by Helenbb

pls. find above

RE: RE: Ruitai Hotel Shui Cheng Road

by Helenbb

PuDong Airport operates 6 bus routes , connecting Pudong airport with different areas in central city .

Take the NO.3 bus , which is from PuDong Airport to ZunYi Road and total cost is RMB19 . Then you can take a taxi to the Hotel.

RE: RE: Ruitai Hotel Shui Cheng Road

by Helenbb

Sorry . Total is RMB20 . ZunYi Road is close to ShuiCheng Road . By taxi is around RMB11 . :))

RE: RE: Ruitai Hotel Shui Cheng Road

by Helenbb

I do have some information about this. one of my friends sent to me. but all in chinese. :)

RE: RE: Ruitai Hotel Shui Cheng Road

by Helenbb

You can read Chinese ?Very good !! :))

I will send it to you next Monday, that is in my computer at work .

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Travel Tips for Shanghai

Your Trusted Jacket

by yipsufen

Always carry a light jacket with you because the temperature varies a lot during the day time & night time and also when it rains. Useful when you are cruising along Shanghai Bund & on top of Oriental Pearl TV Tower.


by albaaust

Using the subway in Shanghai is dead easy. There are ticket vending machines at each subway station and there are easy directions at each platform. Simply push the station you want to go to and then put in the appropriate money. We ended up buying a ticket with enough money to last the 6 days we were there so we did not have to keep on using the vending machines.

Golden Beach Fengxian Bay

by shanghaimaniac

Don't go to this beach because there is no beach. You sit on stone blocks, there is hardly any sand, the water is muddy and yellow, not a place to go for cooling off on a hot day. Shanghai is a great city; but it's not a beach resort town.

The Ten Thoousand Flower Pavilion at Yuyuan Garden

by Nemoa

To the east of the Ten Thousand-Flower Pavilion is the Dragon Wall. The white wall is decorated with a dragon's head and paved with scale-like tiles, creating the illusion that a huge, wandering dragon in the garden. The dragon was designed with only four claws, not five like the dragons in the royal palaces, as a way of avoiding irreverence and rebellion in the feudal society.

Shanghai World Expo Intro

by rabbit06

"Strict security checks!"

Well we did not rush down early with the tens of thousands and leisurely turned up about mid morning with very little queuing and once through the security checks we are in!


Plenty of water stations as in the park it could get above 40 degrees with no wind and so so many people.......Gosh, where is the beer station??

"Guess who we found?"

Yes you know who it is!

"finding our way around?"

We found them and there was quite a few dotted around the park.

"Not too crowded!"

From memory visitors to the park this day was 260,000...omg, we also went along when there was over 300,00 many people!! and on the China moon festival holiday it peaked at over 6000, too many!!! although it does not look like it in this

"outside the Thailand pavilion"

Looks great in this pic and we have not regretted visiting Expo apart from our poor old sore

"How about a light ?"

Designated smoking area's with these machines to light up on (as lighters are not permitted in the park) if you can get them to work. Thankfully i had a lighter in my pocket even after security, so after attempting these machines with no luck had to resort to the one in my pocket.....lmao


Haibao the Expo mascot, he's everywhere!


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