Fenhe Hotel

2 out of 5 stars2 Stars

No.182 Zaoyang Road, Putuo District, Shanghai, Shanghai Region, 200062, China
Fenhe Hotel
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Satisfaction Excellent
Very Good

Value Score Average Value

Rated 23% higher but also costs 58% more than other 2 star hotels

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Forum Posts

About a visa

by disaster53

Hi to all, I have a question about visas.
I'm italian and I will be going to china in april for the first time. I will be flying into hong kong for few days and from there I will be going to shangai and then beijin.
I read that you can get a visa for china at the airport in hong kong is it true?
And what do I need to get a visa? The return ticket to hong kong is it sufficient? Or do I need also a reservation at an hotel in shangai?
Or perhaps it's better get a visa before going?
Thanks for all the info you can give me

RE: About a visa

by MikeySoft

I'm not sure about Italians, but a US passport does not need a tourist visa for HK but they do need one for Mainland China. A tourist Mainland China visa can be gotten in HK but I would get one before I leave the US to save time when I'm on holiday.

Also when in Mainland China, then enter HK, a second entry visa or a new visa is required to return to the Mainland.

RE: RE: About a visa

by MikeySoft

US passports get an "Entry Permit" stamp for HK at the HK airport, it is free. It said they are allowed to enter HK as a tourist for a number of days and much leave after the number of days. I think it is for 30 days but not sure. But this is not valid for Mainland China. A tourist visa is required for Mainland China.

RE: About a visa

by polartraveller

No you cannot get a China visa at the HK airport, to get it best place to go is to the China Travel Service CTS Hong Kong branch on Nathan Road - see below link for more information. Usual visa turnaround time is 3 days but for an extra few $$$ you can get it in 24 hours:


RE: RE: About a visa

by jrtome

Last time I was at Hong Kong airport in August 2006, many travel agencies advertised the possibility of obtaining a Chinese visa on the spot. May be you should browse the internet and try the HKG airport website or any of the usual Chinsese travel agencies (CSTS for example) and check if they do that service in the airport.

RE: RE: About a visa

by hivaoa1

I AM ITALIAN LIKE YOU.. no need of a visa for Hong Kong but you'd better get yourself a visa in italy. I did it through a travel agency (i paid some euros for the dhl service and the regular price for the visa). all you need to do for the visa is show a ticket of your plane with confirmed departure day and an address in China.
Also, if you live in Rome, you can go to the embassy there. Make sure you do it in advance, it took me something like 2 weeks to get it

RE: RE: About a visa

by hivaoa1

i mean you'd better get a visa for MAINLAND CHINA in Italy

RE: RE: About a visa

by hivaoa1

by the way, i will be in Shanghai and Beijing again april 2nd-10th ;-)

RE: RE: About a visa

by polartraveller

either get the mainland China Visa in Italy as Chiara said or use the CTS HongKong service, don't get talk into expensive handing charge by the other agents at the airport or at the hotel in HK, all they do is to take you application and go stand in line at the CST office!

How's Livorno Chiara? love the seafood there. I may be in China the same time, should have a VT get together!

RE: RE: About a visa

by hivaoa1

oh yes please, if we are at the same time in either shanghair or Beijing i'd love to do the meeting ^__^
Life in Livorno is good, weather is nice right now, spring
ciao ^__^

RE: RE: About a visa

by MikeySoft

>by the way, i will be in Shanghai and Beijing again april 2nd-10th ;-)
I also may be in Shanghai around that time.

Travel Tips for Shanghai

The Infamous Peace Hotel

by Sharrie

PEACE HOTEL: The building with the green roof in the photo is the North Building of Peace Hotel, originally named 'Sassoon Mansion' & was built from 1926-1929. It is situated at No. 20 of No. 1 East Zhong Shan Road.

Peace Hotel Official Site: ShanghaiPeaceHotel.com.

Shanghai Airlines

by cinthya_in_victoria

We flew from Xi'an to Shanghai with Shanghai Airlines for about 2 hours or so. I don't know what happened to the pilot but the landing was awful. The landing gear hit the ground so hard that I'm sure it damaged. The service on board was good.
Pudong Airport is located about one hour from downtown but sometimes traffic is heavy. And you can take the train to downtown; I didn't because our tour bus was already waiting for us.

If your hungry?

by rabbit06 about Xaixiang Ting Restaurant

If your hungry, you will get a great lunch here. Nice local foods with plenty of flavour and they stock Steinlager....lucky! The sevice is great and the decor is typically Shanghai, you feel rite at home! ( well i did...lol ) Red sauce pork is alway's great, but with a selection from hot fish, pork ball's in a nice sauce, a mushroom dish that is a must try, fresh salads, of course beef, pig tongue's, hot veg, jelly fish, Beijing duck etc, etc.......just fantastic!!!

Yuyuan Bazaar

by Travelchili

Wonder around the area. There are numerous antique, calligraphy, painting and gift shops. If you want to buy something, keep in mind that you should bargain! Otherwise it's just nice to do some window shopping and collect ideas of what you might want buy...

Shanghai, China

by Yoshi-san

"Shanghai Nights"

One of the more popular angles to shoot the Shanghai city line is from the Bund. For those of you who did not know, the term "Bund" is a actually a term from India and means mud bank. So the modern Bund is a concrete walkway full of young romantic lovers, tourists and of course vendors of all sorts. A touristy thing to do, but nevertheless a must do if you visit Shanghai.

"Big Business, Old Culture"

It is fascinating to see Shanghai and all it's splendors. Although Shanghai is not known for it's tourism it is nevertheless an example of an ancient culture and society trying to deal with the marvels and splendors of modern economy and amenities.

"Old vs New"

Majority of the population still relies heavily on human pedal power, often seeing passengers sitting on the shield of the back bicycle tire. In contrast many, who can afford it, rely on mass transit systems and taxis to get around. The elite few and government officals have personal vehicles and drivers. An interesting thing to note is that all the taxis in Shanghai use a form of natural gas instead of the tradition petro products that many other nations that have been held hostage to.


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