Baolong Homelike Hotel (Shanghai Mudanjiang Road)

No.1784 Mudanjiang Road, Baoshan District, Shanghai, Shanghai Region, 201900, China
Baolong Homelike Hotel (Shanghai Mudanjiang Road)
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Shanghai v. Hong Kong Shopping

by sdcatraveler

I am vacationing in both Hong Kong and Shanghai and was wondering whether the shopping is better in one city or the other? I am not concerned about brand names, I just want good quality clothes. My guess is that Hong Kong is better for Brand Names, but Shanghai may be less expensive in general. Are there shopping malls that you could suggest for either city?

Also, is there an optometrist that one can suggest in either Hong Kong or Shanghai that could make glasses in 2-3 days? How much would that run?

Thank you,

Re: Shanghai v. Hong Kong Shopping

by Odinnthor

You may want to consider selecting a good tailor in Hong Kong. When I worked the cruise ships, I had a tailor there and would always wait with clothes buying until I got back to Hong Kong. Basically talking suits, jackets, shirts, and pants, and also tuxedos and dinner jackets. You will find that is the best in Hong Kong. After I changed to doing tours, - did the same thing, although I did not have the same need, for tuxedos and dinner jackets, which were standard gear on the cruises.

Prices are reasonable and negotiable. Just a thought.

Re: Shanghai v. Hong Kong Shopping

by gaolei

HK has more in the way of brand name goods and is more expensive. Shanghai has a lot of knock-offs for very good prices. See my report on shopping in Shanghai for more information on knock-off shopping.

Travel Tips for Shanghai

Best flowers

by superpengyou about Secret Garden Florist

Secret Garden Florist is putting a strong attention to detail from the selection of fresh flowers to the craftsmanship of beautiful bouquets at affordable prices. In addition to home delivery, flower arrangement classes, sophisticated B2B services are also available.

www.secret-garden.cn
info@secret-garden.cn

SECRET GARDEN OFFICE / SHOWROOM
Lane 442 West Huaihai road, Building 87, Room 206, 200031Shanghai
Order/ Inquiry Hotline: 6283 3347 / Fax: 6466 5192
SECRET GARDEN STORES:
GUBEI - WUNING - JINQIAO - BAOSHAN - XUJING / SHISHAN Beautiful bouquets, florist, roses! 40-300RMB

"Create art, good for the human heart"

by angelochka about TMSK

The name TMSK means TouMingSiKao, or "transparent thinking". It's designed by Loretta Yang Hui-shan, one of the founders of chinese contemporary glass art. that's a special kind of glass, named "liuli" (glazed glass), near the restaurant there is a small shop where you can buy many "liuli" things...glasses, chandeliers, everything is quite expensive, but it's worth just to have a look at it...such beauty! in dining area is a unique ceiling made from thousands of color discs. there is also TMSK band performing there, they play kind of fusion chinese traditional music, we liked it so much...later i knew they are quite popular and people searching for their cd's, but it doesnt exist:(

Impressive Skyline of tomorrows China

by tremendopunto

From the Bund promenade you can take a look into the future on the other side of the Huangpu River where Pudong, the Chinese Wall Street shows its futuristic face. This is what most Chinese think of the upcoming China - steel, concrete and glass!

Ancient Chinese Bronzes

by Willettsworld

As a symbol of China's ancient civilization and cultural heritage, bronze artefacts have been regarded as important treasures ever since the Shang and Zhou dynasties. More than 400 pieces of exquisite bronzes are shown within the space of 1,200 square meters, providing an overall perspective of bronze art in ancient China.

Open: 9am-5pm every day. Admission: Free.

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