Green Tree Inn (Shanghai Yitianxia)

No.120 Hengfeng Road, Zhabei District, Shanghai, Shanghai Region, 200070, China
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What Worth Buying From Local Point of View?

by Azri_Azmi

What items / souvenir worth to shop and buy from Shanghai in local Shanghaian point of view? Silks? Clothes? Shoes? Watches? Potteries? Antiques? DVDs? Electronic Gadgets? I have no idea what should I shop either. Advises is highly appreciated. Thank you very much.

What to buy in Shanghai?

by Confucius

When will you be in Shanghai? There is a very amsuing trade show going on from August 11-13 in the International Exhibition Center.

Silk is a good buy in Shanghai, but it's better if you can make a day trip to nearby Suzhou and purchase it there instead. A great gift is Suzhou's double sided silk embroidery, and if you go there then you can see how it's made.

Other good buys in Shanghai are ceramics, clothing and shoes, pocket watches, paintings, tea and teapot sets, antiques, and picture books.

RE: RE: What Worth Buying From Local Point of View?

by Azri_Azmi

Hi Confucius, I will be arriving Shanghai on 17th September. Thanks for the tips, now I am more clear of what to buy. The double embroidery silk sounds like a great item to buy. You also mentioning about tea related items, how about the Chinese Tea itself? What is the name an average Chinese Tea blend that tourist can buy and what's the price? Thanks.

RE: What Worth Buying From Local Point of View?

by gaolei

Go to the market inside Yu Yan park in Puxi. Here you will find many things for tourists to buy. One thing I like is the store for the knife factories in China. Here you can buy a real Chinese Cleaver, a real essential for Chinese cooking.

There are also many gold shops. You will find gold and platnium at fixed prices per gram. You pay mostly for the gold. Workmanship is cheap by comparison.

Pirate goods are everywhere in Shanghai. Visit the new relocated Xiang Yang market in Pudong for the best pirates. Ask your hotel for directions.

RE: RE: What Worth Buying From Local Point of View?

by Azri_Azmi

Buying cleaver from China is kewl but i dont know whether the airline allow that kind of stuff to be brought inside. As for the gold, can someone provide me with the price per gram as i need to do a comparison against Malaysia gold before buying. Pirates stuff? Surely will have a look at those stuffs. Thanks thanks.

Travel Tips for Shanghai

M50 - Moganshan Rd.

by Zadig

This is a small road in the north part of Shanghai which has an incredible density of artists. It seems to all be in a single block but we spent hours going in and out of small to medium sized galleries. Just about every one you go in has a sign telling you not to take pictures which is understandable but there were some great art for sale but most of it was more than I had prepared to spend during the duration of my trip.

Moganshan Rd also had the the only grafitti we found in the entire town. It wasn't the just some kids spraypainting scribbles on the walls either, these were actual artists creating something that you'd actually care to look at.

Anyway, if you have time and can get your taxi driver to understand (and I think he had to call someone for directions after he'd gotten close), I recommend making the trip.

Take a taxi!

by ZenLady34

Almost every time we went from a place A to place B we took a taxi as it is so cheap there. Can't remember exactly how much it costs but it was little (few euros for a kilometres drive anyway).

My advise: take a taxi.

Ask the hotel front desk people to write the place you are going to in Chinese characters on paper and then give the piece of paper to your taxi driver. Also remember to take the hotel name card into your pocket and then, again, just show the card to a taxi driver.

Definately take a walk from Suzhou Creek to Yan'an

by dbrener

Taking a walk from Suzhou creek and the Bund museum in the north all the way to Yan'an street in the south is probably one of the best Shanghai experiences... Walking around a fabulously decorated walkway, looking at imposing colonial architecture on your side, including all those buildings you've been reading about in the stories about Shanghai's turmoiled past, and at the same time taking a look from different sides on the ultramodern Pudong, with Luijazui and its Oriental Pearl Tower and Jinmao Tower in the first row. Simply fantastic. And by all means, do it both by day and by night, the experience is fantastic when the city lights up in the evening!

The Hall of Heralding Spring at Yuyuan Garden

by Nemoa

The Hall of Heralding Spring is located in the eastern part of Yuyuan garden. This pavilion was built in 1820, the first year of the Emperor Daoguang's reign. From September 1853 to February 1855, it served as the base of the Society of Little Swords (the Xiaodao Hui), which led an uprising against the Qing dynasty and occupied Shanghai for 17 months. Today, it houses a colletion of weapons and coins.

Shanghai Museum - Pottery & Ceramics

by Willettsworld

The museum had a special exhibition on when I visited which specialised in Roman and Greek pottery due to the fact that the Olympic Games were being staged later in the year. It was quite interesting to see the differences of similar aged exhibits from Europe with those from China. The gallery also features different kiln techniques for firing the pottery.

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