Hundred Centuries Hotel

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

1566 S Tibet Rd, Huang pu District, Shanghai, Shanghai, 200011, China
Hundred Centuries Hotel
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  • Solo88
  • Business57

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Forum Posts

Smog?

by chloegovan

Hi, I'm just wondering whether the pollution in China causes any serious health risk - I'm going to be in Shanghai throughout October. How much worse is the smog problem than in for instance London? I was thinking that since I'm not going in summer there would be less problems with smog. if anyone has info i'd appreciate it!

Re: Smog?

by ricky52

We don't have a problem with smog in London, because we don't have any smog.

Re: Smog?

by xuessium

HI!

Last time I was in SHH (in May), it was alright - the usual pollution level associated with most big cities (which translates: air not so fresh).

I'm not sure if you have confused the fog in London for smog? As China is a temperate country, it does has its fair share of fog too...

Re: Smog?

by plattytl1000r

I spent about 6 months there in total last year and most was through the summer and into October. I'm pretty fit and run / cycle a lot and didnt experience any significant drop in performance.. (What I did notice was probably down to the beer... - but now I digress..)
Anyway - unless you have a particular problem / allergy or are asthmatic I guess you will be okay.
As Ex-mainer correctly pointed out China doesn't bother with Kyoto - but then neither did the US when it was developing...and still don't.. so rightly get beat up about it. Hey ho - maybe others have a right to strive for industrialisation after all... !

Re: Smog?

by HooptheWorld

Yes, there is a lot of smog there...we were there in the winter and it was so bad somedays that you could , truly, taste it...but, we had fun anyway. It is odd, but you almost get accustomed to it...but, it is an intense presence for sure.

Re: Smog?

by Lance_in_shanghai

My non-political, "scientific" answer:
You say smog but you probably would also be concerned with invisible poisons also, right? London does have pollution if not very visible. Carbon monoxide is invisible. You'll find old and new info on the web about "most polluted city in the world" but the latest data shows Beijing as the title holder. I have seen pollution in London, Los Angeles, Beijing, Lanzhou (for 3 years) and Shanghai (for one year). In my view, Beijing is a 9 on the severity scale, Lanzhou is 7.5, Los Angeles 5, Shanghai 4 and London 3. But it varies a lot in all of these cities. When the wind blows hard from the north or west, Shanghai air seems rather clean. When it is the doldrums, which is about a third of the time, it can be quite visible in less than 500 meters. For a one week visit, a healthy person will probably not suffer. If you have emphysema, beware.

Travel Tips for Shanghai

The Bund

by sunnywong

The famous Bund of Shanghai is the place where tourists and travelers to Shanghai are sure to visit. It stretches one and a half kilometers from Garden Bridge or Wai Bai Du Bridge in the north to East Jin Ling Road in the south, and has been regarded as a symbol of Shanghai. To the west side of the Bund stand 52 high-rise buildings, and to its east side is the Huangpu River. The Bund is a great meeting place for local Chinese and foreigners alike. People stroll up and down the Bund enjoying the magnificent view of the modern city; at night the Bund becomes the paradise for lovers.

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by BlaTboy about Several

Park 97, Windows, just to name a couple turned out to be a Big Let Down. It may have been the fact that it was a Monday, that I will give it. But to my dismay, it was well bellow what I was to expect. If it wasn't the over priced drinks, it was lack of patrons, or waitresses adding mythical drinks to our tab. I will give the place another try, next time in town. But I will NOT get My Hopes up too High.

Chinese à la Carte

by nomadig about Canton

If you're familiar with the basic Chinese joints found everywhere in the globe, try this gourmet Cantonese restaurant with a view. Located in the Jin Mao tower, on 54th floor, Canton has both excellent fares and views.

The food is similar to the food server outside China, as most of the restaurants abroad serve Cantonese food. The interior and the service, as well as the taste, however set the difference.

The prices are not bad, three course meal for two, without wines, costed about 450e. It was one the most inexpensive meals that I've ever had in restaurant with level of this. Remember to reserve the table well in advance to get a window view. Try to get Bund view, but remember occasionally to concentrate on the food and the company, too.

Oriental pearl TV Tower (chinese: ~{6+7=CwViK~~})

by sunnywong

The "Oriental Pearl" TV Tower is a new landmark of Shanghai which faces the Bund across the Huangpu River at Lujiazui, the busiest part of Pudong new Area. At a height of 468 metres, it is the tallest TV tower in Asia. An elevator whisks visitors to the tower's observational deck at a height of 263 metres, where they can feast their eyes on a panoramic view of shanghai. The tower is equipped with tourist service facilities, including eateries, shops, recreational including eateries, shops, recreational centers and a hotel. Open 8:30-21:30. Admission

Fascinating Shanghai

by Travelchili

Shanghai was my introduction to China and I found it truly fascinating. It was so different from what I had ever experienced in Europe, America, Africa or even Central Asia. Shanghai is a city of contrasts. You can walk through old streets of Shanghai where people live like they did decates ago. Yet, within minutes you can find yourself in fancy neighbourhoods where people live in luxurious apartments and eat in beautiful restaurants. This huge contrast is seen everywhere. While most of the people still ride their old bicycles, you can often see fancy cars like Audi A8 or whatever other fancy car marks. Shanghai definitely exceeded my expectations and now on I'd recommend it to anyone traveling that way.

Oh, and I must make it clear that those fish on the picture CAN'T be found in Huangpo River ;) One of the things that you find in Shanghai is that the air is awfully polluted and the water in the river simply disgusting. If you want to see fish in clean water, you better head to the Shanghai Aquarium!

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I love taking pictures of people while traveling. I am glad that in China it was easy and most of the people agreed to be photographed. Check our more of my people pictures in the travelogue "Chinese"!

Two happy Chinese boys :)

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