Gold Shell Hotel Shanghai

47 Jiujiang Road, Shanghai, Shanghai, 200002, China
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Markets Shopping in Shanghai

by KiwiJes

Hi, I understand that Xiang Yang markets have closed and some vendors have moved to the science museum.
I am looking for markets comparible to the Hong Giao market or Silk market in Beijing, is there anything like this in Shanghai or is the new Xiang Yang my best bet? I have a few days in Shanghai before I shift to Taizhou so would like to find as many good markets as I can because I dont think Taizhou will have the same range of goods.
Any advice appreciated. Thanks.

RE: RE: Markets Shopping in Shanghai

by ellyse

List of fake markets in Shanghai:
1) Science & Technology Museum metro stop (line 2) in Pudong
2) 580 Nanjing Xilu, near Chengdu Beilu
3) Qipu Lu
4) Huarong Lu x Longhua Lu
5) Huaihai Donglu x Xizang Nanlu

RE: Markets Shopping in Shanghai

by gaolei

Xiang Yang has clothes, copy bags and the usual kind of copy watches and stuff. There are small shops around Dong Tai road that have real and fake antiques. Sometimes you can find cool things there. I understand there is another antique market near the old Hong Qiao airport, but I have never been there.

Also, Yuyan Garden area, inside and outside, there are many good small shops. Look for the knife shop to buy a real Chinese cleaver. You can also get good prices on 24 k gold and P 90 jewelry

Travel Tips for Shanghai

EVERYBODY SPITS!

by xuessium

It's a China thing. Everybody spits! Anywhere, anytime. It's like the American Express Ad: Never leave home without it. So be-warned!

Note: It is however better controlled in Shanghai, it being more cosmopolitan.

Pudong airport to the city

by cheezecake_deli

The most seamless way to get from Pudong airport (PVG) to your hotel is by taxi, which can cost up to RMB200 for destinations in Puxi - there is a licensed taxi queue outside arrivals (avoid the touts in the arrivals hall). I normally arrange for a car to pick me up from the airport, at a cost of around RMB150 (plus tips - I usually add RMB20) to Puxi. Alternatively, you can take the Maglev train, which whizzes you to Longyang Road Station in Pudong in 7 minutes or so, though you'd still have to catch a taxi to your final destination - the total cost is about the same as a taxi from the airport but you may save some time.

You will find something to eat here!

by rabbit06 about Many Restaurants

This is great an assortment of restaurants with all types of cuisine, something for everyone! Very well priced at all of these eatery's, we will be back....great value! Rabbit would like to try them all.....lmao!

Continuacion.....ZHOU-ZHOU.......

by viajeromaga

Continuacion.....ZHOU-ZHOU.... BUUDA TEMPLE.
The Pagoda of this temple is something you must see for your self. The delicate ornaments and its rising structure make this pagada unique.

It is a truely work of art. From the tip of every rood, bells are hanging capture the mystical voices of the wind.

Go to the top of the pagoda and you will see a beautiful view of the city.

bdelphin's new Shanghai Page

by bdelphin

I used to leave there for 7 months. And it was a really great experience, as everything is different from what i was used to know. As i stayed for a while, i could explore a bit this city, and travel around. I will try to update this page soon with some advices and pictures.

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