Jinjiang Inn (Shanghai New Hongqiao)

No.259 Wuzhong Road, Xuhui District, Shanghai, Shanghai Region, 201103, China
Jinjiang Inn Shanghai New Hongqiao
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My son's back

by halfdays

Hello everyone;
Well, he's back and what an experience. Weather was hot! Lucky for him, the university was airconditioned. He learnt to bargain for the best deals when shopping. I had his read some of the forum postings before he left. He found the food different from what he is used to (contonese). The only "bad" experience he had was that someone took something from his luggage after he checked in at the airport in Shanghai or here in Vancouver. He had bought 2 samurai swords (copies), one for himself and one for his sister, when he unpacked his luggage at home, he found his sister's sword missing. It was wrapped in gift wrap from the store. The rest of his gifts had been opened but nothing was missing. Needless to say, he was a bit upset. Has anyone experienced this before? But what can we do though, these things do happen in life.

Thanks to all who suggested that we send him off by himself with the chaperon. It was a good life experience worth learning. As for us parents, there will come a time to let go and trust our kids. How they go through life reflects on how we brought them up.

We had a relative buy a cellphone and sim card from Hong Kong before he went to Shanghai. We gave him a 500 min. card and soon ran out of time. The reason it seems is that our card was not from Shanghai and the connection charges to Vancouver was outrageous. The lesson learned is buy a sim card from the country that you are in and check out the connection charges.

The information from the forums are very informative. Thanks to all who contributed. If there is anything that I can help from this side of the Pacific, feel free to ask. Tim

RE: My son's back

by sugarpuff

So glad that he had a good time!!!

Ref sim cards...did you not read anything about it beforehand..im sure there was something mentioned even by myself that he should buy a phone and sim card once he gets to shanghai and not beforehand!!Oh well..you'll know for the next time!!!

Ref luggage...this happened to my boyfriend when we were travelling to New York at Christmas from China via London, so it could ahve been ANY of those three places that opened his suitcase..there was no sticker from the country where they opened it to say they had checked it so that was truely annoying. And BA said "well that happens!" Great customer service there! Sorry..i think its just one of those things!

So when is his next trip over here!!!

Travel Tips for Shanghai

Gym

by conniechong

It is not outdoor activity at all, merely Physical Gym. They sell monthly/quarterly/annual membership. Once you become a member, you may go either one of three Physical gyms at Metro Mall(Xu Jia Hui), Raffle's Capital Land near People's Square and Hong Kong Plaza at Huangpi South Road. By the way, annual membership cost me RMB3,200, approximately USD400.

Taxi, please.

by Mairo21

Another easy and always convenient way to get around would be by Taxi. Costs about 10RMB every 3 kilometers. Be sure to have someone write down your hotel name in Chinese, so that your driver will know where to take you when you want to come back. Vice Versa with your destination. Have someone write it down in Chinese. Trust me...It will save you a whole lot of hassles. Oh, and one more thing, before you leave the taxi, ask for a receipt. That way, if you accidentally leave something behind, or if you find they didn't give you back the right amount of change, you can pin your taxi down.

Beautiful place amid all the skyscrapers

by Solupine

Getting into the Yuyuan Gardens can be a bit confusing as you have to go through the bazaar to get there. If you follow the masses you can probably find it. The bazaar is ok, but it was really crowded when I went. Beware of people trying to get money from you to get into the gardens. I was naive in thinking he actually wanted to know where I was from and then he asked me for money to get into the gardens. Strangely enough there is a Dairy Queen inside the Bazaar. As much as I like DQ, I was less than thrilled that it was in the beautiful architecture.

The gardens themselves are beautiful and peaceful. If I had time I would have stayed there longer.

The only promenade to walk

by albaaust

This is the place to walk along day or night. The view both sides is spectacular. Be warned though that there can be some pretty hazy days when you cannot see much. This is what happened to us! We were in Shanghai for 6 days and it was only on the last night when things cleared. We decided we would take the plunge and having a pretty heavy day took the plunge and got there late at night. It was worth it- a sparkling clear night and all the lights glittering. The next morning also turned out to be crisp- we got up early before our flight out so all was forgiven.

Advice: take the opportunity however fleeting to catch a glimpse of Shanghai along the bund when it is not misty/smoggy!

Longhua Temple

by Willettsworld

The Longhua Temple (literally "Lustre of the Dragon Temple") is the most authentic and complete temple complex in Shanghai. Located in the southern suburbs of the city, the temple was first built in 242 A.D. The temple was destroyed by war towards the end of the Tang Dynasty and rebuilt in 977 AD, during the Northern Song Dynasty. Later in the Song Dynasty, in 1064, it was renamed Kong Xiang Temple, but the original name Longhua Temple was restored in the Ming Dynasty during the reign of the Wanli Emperor. The present architectural design follows the Song Dynasty original. However, whereas the core of the present Longhua Pagoda survives from that period, most buildings in the temple proper were rebuilt during the reigns of the Tongzhi Emperor and the Guangxu Emperor in the Qing Dynasty. A modern restoration of the entire temple complex was carried out in 1954.

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