Hui Jing Lou Hotel

1088 Lujiabang Road, Huangpu District, , Shanghai, 200085, China
Hui Jing Lou Hotel
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Xin Tian Di

by harrietholiday

I hear it is a good fun area with lots of bars and restaurants
Any recommendations? Which subway stop to get out, and are there good places to go on a weekday also? Also looking for dancebars/lounges etc
Thank you!

RE: Xin Tian Di

by honestjohn

Take the Metro Line 1 get off at Huang Pi Nan Lu(Huangpi south Road) and take a walk to the south to the cross point of Ma Da Lu and Tai Cang Lu. you cannot miss it.

RE: Xin Tian Di

by ellyse

Huangpi Nanlu metro stop (line 1), exit no.2, walk right when you get to street level (no, not into the department store, go around it). Xintiandi is one of the most expensive nightlife places in Shanghai though. For other options, check out Tongren Lu, Hengshan Lu, Maoming Lu and Julu Lu.

RE: Xin Tian Di

by neverstoptravel

try zapata at hengshan road on wednesday(lady's night, magarita free for ladies), there will be full of westerns & chinese girls.

RE: Xin Tian Di

by aukahkay

Xin Tian Di is a hip and modern hangout for young and well-heeled Shanghainese. It is very touristy as can be seen from the Western-style bars, cafes and restaurants. The prices of food and merchandise at Xin Tian Di are exhorbitant and are comparable to what you would normally pay in Western Europe. If you are on a budget, I suggest that you give this place a miss. No harm just strolling through and people watching.

Travel Tips for Shanghai

It Gets Sooo Cold!

by purplefeet

body bags/backpacks to bring your essentials. if you're going to Shanghai or Beijing in Oct-Nov, a thermal jacket is a must! or you can layer your clothes though this will entail a larger/bulkier luggage!boots come cheap in bazaars but it's safe to go around in rubber shoes or sneakers. thick socks and gloves also a necessity. petroleum jelly, lip balm, insect repellants, lotions to prevent dry lips and skin

High Speed Train


I took this train coming and going from the airport and downtown Shanghai. It is the fastest way to travel to the Shanghai city area from the airprot. From the Maglev station you can find a taxi out front and travel the rest of the way to downtown or jump on the Metro. Since, I had luggage I took a taxi from my hotel and got on the Maglev the rest of the way to Pudong Airport PVG on my outbound trip. This saved me about a half an hour and a few dollars.

nice ancient water town to visit

by shanghai-schwoab

take the train to Suzhou, from there the bus to Zhou Zhang, be there before 9 a.m. then its free of charge. the old town will be packed at noon so best stay at a hotel there and gon to see the old town at 6 a.m.
many canals and bridges at this area, very very nice, just spend one day hang out relax and take some nice shots

Sun Yat Sen Mausoleum in Nanjing

by diggingdeep

Its sure one really really high way up!!! Dr. Sun was buried there. Sun has been respected as Father of Modern China since he fought unyieldingly against the corrupt Qing government and led the 1911 revolution to end feudal system and found Republic of China, leading Chinese people into a new era. He died in 1925 in Beijing. Unfortunately it was raining the day we visited this mausoleum and the stairs were pretty slippery.
Tickets: 15 Yuan or reminbi

Neuras's new Shanghai page

by Neuras

"The future of China"

Shanghai is anything but a typical Chinese city...unless you go to Chinatown!!!

It's a city in which you can taste the flavor of three different cultures divided by neighborhoods and developing their particular styles yet in an armonious and fortunate mixture. Chinese, French adn Britons have all their particular zones in which they flourished and the outcome is an amazing city with three different cultures showing off some of the best they have to offet as to architecture.

Both the French and the British zones are right onthe water front, facing the amazing ""new city" with those all those incredible futuristic buildings. The French and Brotish buildings are so impresive that one wonders if a part of Paris and London wasn't actually cut off and brought here for good.

Chinatown is a delicious place to walk about and even though it's kind of funny to get used to the idea that there is a Chinatown in a Chinese city, you can figure it f you think that the Europeans had a concession for trade in this city for many years. Same as Macao which just passed on to Chinese hands.

Definitely Shnaghai is a place to spend no more than a couple of days unless you are striving for night life, which this town is huge know for all across China.


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