Bodi Boutique Hotel

No.1255 Longyang Road, Pudong New District, Shanghai, Shanghai Region, 200127, China
Bodi Boutique Hotel
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Forum Posts

Shopping for Fake Brands

by toomba

Hi to all, I am planning a trip to Hong Kong next October and I was going to go to Shanghai just to buy fake brands (ski clothing, suits, dresses, suitcases, etc.). I had no idea that the outdoor market Xiang Yang, so my question is: It is still worth it going to Shanghai just for this type of shopping? Where should I head too? THANKS

RE: Shopping for Fake Brands

by ellyse

Yes, I agree that you don't need to make this kind of trip.

RE: RE: Shopping for Fake Brands

by rwiles

Xinag Yang's moved to the science and technology museum subway station. If you do really want fake stuff then this is the best place to go. They have everything you mentioned. They have some good Spyder ski jackets and salapettes.

RE: RE: Shopping for Fake Brands

by TresColacion

Bangkok :)

Travel Tips for Shanghai

Packing List

by Audrey118

If you are staying in a five star hotel and they provide you with tooth brush, paste, combs etc, bundle them and give to the poor around the city - you will see lots of beggars in the street - they come in handy for them!!!

Shanghai Metro

by Annette98

The metro system in Shanghai is very east to navigate. The tickets start at only 3RMB. The stations are clearly marked with maps and information available in English.

You can purchase the tickets at the machines - they have both English and Chinese menus.

Go to the top floor of a Bund building

by Ramonq

Along the Bund lie these stately Euroopean buildings that overlook the Huangpu River. Go to the top floor of one of these buildings and some of them have porticos that offer a fantastic view of the river and the gigantic skyscrapers across the river in the Pudong area. The one I went to had a bar lounge which serves expensive drinks.

Temple Of the Town God

by socrates_07

Of course there was also a crowd at the Temple of the Town God (Chenghung Miao). Gilly told me a lot about that temple but I have to admit, I couldnt hear anything. Later I forgot to ask her to tell me once more about it. Thanks God, there is something called INTERNET, so I can tell you a little bit about the Temple of the Town God.

The Town God Temple first appeared in the Song Dynasty and disappeared towards the end. The main hall was rebuilt in 1926 with reinforced concrete. Recent renovations have been required after the Town God Temple was used as a warehouse. And in the 1990´s the area was re-vitalized. Shanghainese always have a reputation of being good businessmen. They sure know how to make it more interesting for visitors...

I fell in love with Shanghai

by marilag

"Trench and Boots"

It's my first time in China and was so happy to celebrate Chinese New Year in Shanghai.

Not only the CNY thrills me, but the cold wheather as well! It's winter! And I super love it because I'm from the Philippines and we don't have winter season here But I love wearing those furry boots and warm, fashionable trench coats that my aunt from Japan gave me :) My uncle from US even sent me boots as a gift for this trip :)

"Paris of Asia"

My friend told me that Shanghai is like the Paris of China.

Shanghai's multicultural flair endows Shanghai with a unique glamour. Here, one finds the perfect blend of cultures, the modern and the traditional , and the western and the oriental. New skyscrapers and old Shikumen lanes together draw the skyline of Shanghai. Western customs and Chinese traditions intertwined, form Shanghai's culture, making a visitor's stay truly memorable like mine :)


Shanghai serves as the most influential economic, financial, international trade center in East China. I guess that's why they built the world's super tall skyscrapper..

Standing in the center of Lujiazui Finance & Trade Zone in Pudong, Shanghai World Financial Center (SWFC) was completed in August 28, 2008. It has 101 floors with a height of 492 meters (about 1,614 feet).

They also have an observation deck just like the Petronas Tower's Sky Bridge in Kuala Lumpur.

The ticket price to the world's highest observatory is CNY150. It is expensive but it is something that has to be done! :) Well, it's all worth it! that's is if you're not afraid of heights :) The Observation Deck is beautifully designed with glass floors which is perfect for viewing the city (just don't forget to check the weather forecast coz the view is just awesome when the sky is clear :)

They said that SWFC can survive a massive 8 magnitude earthquake. *whoa! that's still scary and I don't want to be there it if the earth shakes!

"West meets East"

That night I went to Nanjing Road..

China's premier shopping street, 3.4-mile-long Nanjing Road, starts at the Bund in the east and ends in the west at the junction of Jingan Temple and Yan'an West Street. It is a must-see metropolitan destination attracting thousands of fashion-seeking shoppers from all over the world. Over 600 businesses on Nanjing road offer countless famous brands, superior quality, and new fashions. World-famous food vendors line both sides of the street. And ofcourse, there are still approximately a hundred traditional stores and specialty shops in Nanjing Rd. Wow!

The view of Pudong from the Bund is very nice at night.. The Bund is situated on the Huangpu River and said to be one of Asia's famous streets. There were big mix of locals and foreigners along the streets.. Strolling on the elevated waterfront walkway on the Bund is a must. The Bund is now officially called Zhong Shan Road.

"Travel back to Ming Dynasty"

The next day I went to Yuyuan Garden.

Yuyuan Garden was built in the Ming dynasty. It is located in the center of Shanghai's old city. It is a compound consists of over 30 halls and is divided into six regions by tall white walls. But it isn't called a garden if there's no plants or trees in it.. The garden’s exquisite layout, beautiful scenery, and artistic architectural style made Yuyuan Garden one of the highlights in Shanghai.

Yuyuan literally translated means Happy Garden. :) No wonder why this place gave me such pleasure and gladness :)


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