Home Inn (Shanghai Xianxia Road)

No.159 Linquan Road, Changning District, Shanghai, Shanghai Region, 200336, China
Home Inn Shanghai Hongqiao Shimao Xianxia Road
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Qi Zhong Tennis Stadium

by tedmac

Can anyone advise how to get to Qi Zhong Tenis Stadium from Hongquoi please

RE: Qi Zhong Tennis Stadium

by YVRDave

Taxi

RE: Qi Zhong Tennis Stadium

by cf8227

I know where is the Qi Zhong Tennis Stadium. but i do not know where are you now. HongQuo???

E-mail Me: phil13585@yahoo.com if you need any help.

Thanks!

RE: Qi Zhong Tennis Stadium

by polartraveller

Ted, tried to send you subway map but file too large for VT to handle. Take Metro Line 1 south to end station (Xinzhuang) then taxi from there (about 5 km), not sure if Line 5 will take you closer as I have not taken that line before.

RE: Qi Zhong Tennis Stadium

by ellyse

Taxi.

Travel Tips for Shanghai

Ancient Chinese Jade..

by marsistanbul

China,a country with an abundant deposit of jade,is well known in the world for its special art of jade carving.The tradition of the art started early in the Neolithic period and carving techniques were vey unique and advanced.The beautifully carved jades with their deep implications have plaid some special roles in Chinese politics,economy,culture,ideology,ethics and religion that other kinds of art have never reached.

Shanghai Metro

by ahoerner

Shanghai subway system is the best way to get around Shanghai.

The system covers the main places in Shanghai and it is a quick way to reach places you would need lots of time by taxi, with the advantage of paying much less than for a taxi ride.

At Sunset

by Gryphon25

Walk along the Bund while the sun is setting. The contrast between the old European Embassies and new skyscrapers on the other side of the river is stunning. It was one of my most memorable moments in Shanghai. It is also a blissful relieve after along hot day.

Wonderful Garden

by solopes

Very small to Chinese standards and squeezed in the old town, this beautiful garden is a pleasant walk.

Built with sensibility and good taste, water, plants and stones surround the buildings in a very harmonious way. Of course, you will not be able to miss it!

Sharrie's Shanghai Future

by Sharrie

SHANGHAI, a city of sleazy past & bright future. It is a city of constant change, being the fastest growing city in the world in the last decade, & a city relearning its past & inventing its future. Whatever I know of the history of this city came from my years of watching Hong Kong TV programs about this city. The so called heyday of Shanghai was filled with lots of adventures, gambling & all the vices one can think of; somewhat like the early days of Vegas. It appears to have emerged from that rowdy past though one can most probably still find some version of it today if one looks hard enough. Nonetheless, it is a city of the future; one where many Chinese & expats come to make a living since it became China's first fully fledged Special Economic Zone. What intrigues me is the speed - both development & mentality of those living here. It appears that the Chinese have suddenly come to realise that they have missed out on a large part of the world's development & are trying to play catch-up game with the entire world. Make a trip here & you can feel for yourself the desire of the people to move, be it in physical distance or in economic development. Shanghai is vibrant, lively & opportunistic (Its departmental stores open till 10 pm every night & this is a communist country!). It is a city striving to carve its name into the world's economic power & the pulse of China's economy. Fascinating? Yeah!!!

Facts About ShanghaiChina's Largest City.
Area: 6341 sq. km.
Population: 14.6 million.

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Newspaper: China Daily

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