Jiu Jiu Holiday Hotel

70 Taicang Road, 2F, Luwan District, , Shanghai, 200021, China
Jiu Jiu Holiday Hotel
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Hotel recommendation

by gohbg

Any hotel recommendation near Shanghai tourist area which is clean and decent?
Budget: ~US$100

Will be there in mid October.
Thanks in advance.

RE: Hotel recommendation

by ellyse

Do you have any more requirements? Eg how many stars? Or is that not your top priority as long as it's a nice place to stay?

RE: Hotel recommendation

by Cindyep

We stayed at the following hotel and found it to be a great location:

Shanghai Nanjing Hotel
Address: No. 200 Shan Xi South Road, (entrance of Nanjing East Road)
Huangpu District, Shanghai
Phone: 86-21-63222888
ZIP: 200001

It is about 2 steps from Nanjing Lu and there is a metro station just around the corner.


Travel Tips for Shanghai

Tiny Swiss Army knife+cigarette lighter...

by ZenLady34

Certain materials like silk or leather react in a unique way when subjected to something like flame. Anything else will react differently. With a lighter one can test the authenticity of a material and the tweezers prevents your fingers from burning.

Tiny Swiss Army knife has scissors and pair of tweezers in it. If travelling by airplane, pack it in your suitcase which you will check in as baggage. A lighter will go onboard in your handbag or in your pockets.

Cut a piece of the cloth which you are buying, hold it with tweezers and light it up with a lighter. Many times a dealer convinces the cloth being 100% pure silk and it turns out not to be... as a result of this test. Or sometimes its enough even when I pull the lighter out of my pocket and they see it. Then they will tell that it is not genuine leather/silk.

Please consult someone to teach this trick to you in practise before trying it. Normally I use this trick on markets.

Be careful and do not ruin any items in a shop or burn it down!

Shanghai Metro

by salisbury3933

The Metro is a cheap and convenient way of getting around Shanghai, and there are English language announcements as well.

Shanghai is quickly expanding their system to meet demand, but you'll find that the subway can get very crowded even outside rush hours.

Shanghai Urban Planning Exhibition Centre

by rochellevm

Shanghai Urban Planning Exhibition Centre displays the past, present and future of city planning and construction of the Shanghai Metropolis. Thus, if you're a history buff, and is also interested in the future (at least of Shanghai), then, you can take a peek inside.

Architectural delight

by Willettsworld

The Bund is the most iconic group of buildings in the world. Stretching for a mile along the bank of the Huangpu River, it begins at Yan'an Road in the south and ends at Waibaidu Bridge (formerly Garden Bridge) in the north, which crosses Suzhou Creek. It is one of the most famous tourist destinations in Shanghai thanks to its colonial architectural delights in its 22 historic buildings. The buildings once housed numerous banks and trading houses from Britain, France, the U.S., Russia, Germany, Japan, The Netherlands and Belgium, as well as the consulates of Russia and Britain, a newspaper, the Shanghai Club and the Masonic Club. A building boom at the end of 19th century and beginning of 20th century led to the Bund becoming a major financial hub of East Asia. However, in the 1950s, many of the hotels and clubs closed or were converted to other uses at the hands of the Communist Party. But, in the late 1970s and early 1980s, with the thawing of economic policy in the People's Republic of China, buildings on the Bund were gradually returned to their former uses.


by hardywang

this is the city I once live for 26 years until I moved to Toronto. I love it, even no words can be used to describe my feeling to it.
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