Garment Group Holiday Hotel Shanghai

750 Zhongshan Rd, Changning District, Shanghai, Shanghai, 200051, China
Hanting Express Shanghai Hongqiao Zhongshan West Road
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How to buy a budget airfare from shanghai to Xiamen online?

by slm7212

hi all,
i wish to travel from shanghai to xiamen. i found china budget airline called spring airline who offer RMB 199, but i just wonder how to buy it online? or someone may know more about budget airline in china..
Thanks for your info...

Re: How to buy a budget airfare from shanghai to Xiamen online?

by neverstoptravel

Usually it's almost impossible to get this price.
You can only pay online with local credit card, otherwise try their service line800-820-6222 to see if you could pay via phone with international credit card.

Re: How to buy a budget airfare from shanghai to Xiamen online?

by gaolei

I never heard of that airline. Make sure they are not flying old aeroflot reject airplanes. I found the best site for China flights is kayak.com. The other way is go to the airport and buy a ticket there.

Re: How to buy a budget airfare from shanghai to Xiamen online?

by neverstoptravel

Spring air is operated by Spring Travel Agency, one of the biggest agencies in China. All aircrafts they have are Boeing 737.
I said, it's very very difficult to get this low price online unless you stare at your PC every second.

Travel Tips for Shanghai

Astor House

by Audrey118

Across the road, is Pujiang Hotel, which is another old colonial building, built mid 1880s, and very very nice looking. Apparently it was the first hotel to have telephones and electric lights in China.

At the front of it a note shows the hotel built as Astor House Hotel, was erected in 1846 and during 1990-1997 it houses the Shanghai Secrities Exchange.

Pictures of Einstein, Chaplin & other VIP who stayed there are hung at the hotel lobby.

we also learnt that the hotel is renovating its old Shanghai famous Peacock ballroom back to its glam days of 1920s.

Tiger beer on tap!

by rabbit06 about Jenny's Blue Bar

Before my first trip to Shanghai i had done a lot of research and found this bar on the net, well i could not beleive my luck at finding it on this trip and had to check this place out! Shirley was finding her boys and a place to eat so i was gone to discover Jenny's bar! On entering i felt completely at home with Brothers in Arms from Dire Straits playing away and promptly found a stool at the bar. The barmaids English was limited but did inform me that it was happy hour on the tap Tiger beer, so you don't have to tell rabbit twice!! Some Jethro Tull was playing as i asked for the bathroom, but the young bar ladies only understood beer, so off i went to search and was lucky, found them out the back, ya! After downing a few of those lovely cold beers (as it was hot as outside) and listening to Fleetwood Mac, Jenny came along so rabbit introduced himself, told Jenny he had seen her place on the internet and Jenny says "your having a free beer for that!" After some Rolling Stones it was time to say goodbye...sob sob.....
Thank you Jenny and as promised, Rabbit will be back!! Casual and be ready for a good time!

Suprisingly Good Mexican......

by MaosRedArmy about Mexico Lindo

My buddy has been living in Shanghai for five years and everytime he goes back to the States, he eats Mexican food until he gets tired of it, because as he said: "There are no good Mexican restaurants in Shanghai".

Well, I took him to Mexico Lindo, and he can't say that any more. Not that Mexico Lindo is the best Mexican food in the world, but it is the best Mexican food in Shanghai.

We started with the Nachos because the table next to us got the #$!@#! last order of made-at-your-table guacamole. The nachos are made individually, and you get 8-10 "chips" per order.

The tacos were great, as were the fajitas, and lamb birria (which I what I ordered). Margaritas were delicious - but the price tag 160RMB per pitcher seemed a tad steep.

Anytime I crave Mexican food, I jump in a taxi and head to Mexico Lindo. That is, until I can find something better. Lamb Birria

Frenchtown

by jono84

Frenchtown (the former French Concession) is the area around the Jinjiang Hotel and Huahuai Lu, and is well worth a look, particularly if you have shopping in mind.

It is a glitzy alternative to Nanjing Lu, on the other side of the city centre, and offers large department stores and some (who need it), much-needed retail therapy.

A short walk in most directions from this area and you will come across beautiful old Art Deco appartments and mansions, and more stunning architecture besides.

Advice from American living in Shanghai

by crewrower

"Shanghai"

I have lived in Shanghai consecutively since August 2004. I lived in the Pudong district until 2006, then moved to a more downtown locale near Nanjing Road and the Jing'an Temple. Drop me a line if you have any questions about Shanghai.

"Not Going for Glory"

Pudong. I used to live and work in PUDONG, SHANGHAI. I thought it would be easier to break out the parts about Pudong on their own page, even if it reduces the number of information and size of my Shanghai page. I have created a page about Pudong with lots of pictures and tips.

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