Hujiang Hotel Shanghai

518 Qingzhou Road, Xuhui District, Shanghai, 200233, China
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Coffee and Eats at the Pudong Airport?

by HooptheWorld

What is available at the airport regarding coffee, snacks or other foodstuff?
Any recommendations? I will be needing coffee after the long flight!!

RE: Coffee and Eats at the Pudong Airport?

by Jefferson_Xie

To: Hooptheworld

Welcome to China!

Almost everything is aiailable at Pudong Airport, you can find coffee, books, tea, silk manufacturing,snacks, etc.

Cheers!

Jefferson

RE: RE: Coffee and Eats at the Pudong Airport?

by emmet7

it is a pleasant surprise, quite a decent selection, I like Lavazza for coffee, there are some juice places, snacks and beers.

Silkworms at the Pudong Airport?

by Confucius

Yeah, I always look forward to some nice silk manufacturing after a long flight.

RE: RE: Coffee and Eats at the Pudong Airport?

by HooptheWorld

Thanks for the responses...LaVazza is good, snacks are good...even manufacturing is good...will be a first for me at an airport!! Come hoop in Shanghai with me!!

RE: Coffee and Eats at the Pudong Airport?

by Lance_in_shanghai

I'm not nearly so enamoured with airport touring as all you other folk and I take my own fruit on the plane so I'm snacked out before I de-plane. I don't drink coffee so the social satisfaction of an hour drinking a cup of joe is out of my realm of appreciation. At the Pudong Airport, I usually don't stop for anything except the baggage claim and then I'm off to number six bus and into the city. Couldn't you just tank up on cafeine from the in-flight service and save yourself some dough? I suppose that removes much of the romance and adventure.

Travel Tips for Shanghai

How to Say No Thank You

by MarianneRules

When you are approached by street solicitors and don’t want something .. the magic phrase is “Pooh Yo”

"Pooh" as in Winnie the Pooh, and "Yo" as in ‘Yo mamma is so ugly..”

One of our Chinese tour guides told us to say it so I assume that means it’s an appropriate phrase and not rude.

I think it means “I don’t want it, stop touching me and go away” Saying Pooh Yo works much better than saying No Thank You in English.

The Shanghai Metro

by MikeySoft

The Metro is a good and easy way to get around the city.

I've update the Website link to a newer better one where you can get a interactive map which gives the the best rount and total time. You can also download PDF files in English and Chinese. Download both so you can show the Chinese one to locals.

The image of the online maps are better then the photo in this tip, especially if you download the PDF files. They also have addition upto date information.
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The below web site has what the Shanghai Metro will look like in 2012. Today only lines 1 through 6 and 8, 9, 10 and a few others are running.
Metro in 2012 Only in Chinese:
http://home.wangjianshuo.com/archives/20070321_future_shanghai_metro_and_maglev_map.htm

Please rate this and my other tips when you find them interesting, useful, or like the photos.

Pork Chop with Chinese Rice cakes

by Audrey118 about Xian De Lai

It is very very good for Nian Gao with Fried Pork Chop. Ultra tasty. The downstairs is like a cafetaria, upstairs is a proper restaurant. I think prices are higher upstairs, but the food is the same. we ordered some cold dishes of cold cucumbers, and octopus, and then we feasted each a platter of of the pork chop nian gao - very very yummy, and then had a sizzling shredded beef with lots of onions, and a plate of vege, which had very tender greens and the very delicious tender bamboo shoots. we also had a plate of green shoots, and came together something looking like vegetarian glutten but actually made of fish paste...very smooth to taste and tasty!!! Dinner ended with a huge serving of chilled mini rice ball, with sugary syrup which oddly they put in chopped pineapples. My husband loves it - i just loathe it!!!

Jin Mao Building

by xiquinho

A silvery pagoda, a rising bamboo shoot, an upright pen are images evoked by the 88-storey Jin Mao Building in Pudong, the tallest skyscraper in China and a soaring monument to Shanghai's economic boom.

Graceful Jiinmao adds a touch of modernity to an otherwise typical Art-Deco structure and, at a dizzying 420 metres, the tower dwarfs the Pudong district sprawling below it. Jinmao means economy and trade, so this tower, owned by the Ministry of Foreign Trade and Economic Co-operation is a symbol of wealth and prosperity. Take the lift to the 88th-floor observatory for fabulous views. In 2004, Jinmao's ascendancy will be eclipsed by the new, even taller Shanghai World Financial Center.

Shanghai - an industrial revolution

by Luchonda

"The famous Huxinting thea house"

Shanghai became the status of "world city" thanks to the exploration of western industrials and local Chinese merchants. The most attractive place for a tourist is the old part of the city. You will find the most famous "Huxinthng Teahouse" in the middle of a lake and many fountains. It is also the heart of commerce and typical restaurants.
You will meet also the old fashion of buildings - now object of urban renewal. Anyhow if you visit China - this City is a must. Please visit the night markets - social life in China - in Asia überhaupt is during the nights

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