Luminous Modern Universe Hotel

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No.99 Huichuan Road, Changning District, Shanghai, Shanghai Region, 200050, China
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Shanghai -- Macau -- Hongkong

by pollybaby

Hi. I'm travelling to Shanghai next month and plan to go to Macau and then Hongkong. Can someone share what's the most cost-effective way of going from Shanghai to Macau?


Re: Shanghai -- Macau -- Hongkong

by ellyse

Fly Shanghai -- Guangzhou with Spring Airlines (
Bus Guangzhou -- Zhuhai Gongbei, and walk across the border to Macau.

Re: Shanghai -- Macau -- Hongkong

by fbcg

If you want to visit both HongKong and Marcou, you had better fly to GuangZhou ,and than go to ShengZhen by train. It's just 45 minutes on the rail. So you can cross the border to HongKong. This is the cheaper way for traveler. You can take a boat from HongKong to Marcou, it just need 30 minutes. Enjoy you trip.

Re: Shanghai -- Macau -- Hongkong

by gaolei

Macau airlines often has so agressive pricing on flights. I would fly to Macau direct and then take the high speed ferry to Hongkong. It may be a little cheaper to Shenzhen or GZ, but who wants to ride a bus in South China and spend half your say looking for the bus station, waiting for the bus and driving. You won't any save money and just aggrivate yourself.

Re: Shanghai -- Macau -- Hongkong

by MikeySoft

Please be aware that going to Macau or HK is considered leaving Mainland China. Most nationalities will need a new visa or a multiple entry visa for China should they wish to return to Mainland China after entering Macau or HK.

Travel Tips for Shanghai

Take in the Street Markets...

by lexnrena

Take in the Street Markets that can be found just off the beaten path. I loved the food there. It is much sweeter than the food from up north. If you're there around Chinese New Year, try out the local 'huang jiu' (pronounced hwang geo). It's kind of like beer, kind of not.

Vouis Luitton and Friends

by nomadig about Xiangyang Market

Xiangyang Market is the place to get brands for less. Sometimes you get even three of more designer labels on the same garment, and as the service is not with the par of designer boutiques, you may already guess that the items sold here are fake.

There are more than a hundred stalls selling bags, garments, watches, movies, CDs and other items worth replicating. If you're going to buy something, check the item carefully, as you don't have any rights for claims. Note that your home country may have a strict rule for pirated items, and the customs may take them away and give a fine instead.

The police raids the place from time to time, so the selection may be limited. Come again in a few days and the stalls have been supplied new items. Prepare for heavy pestering for watches, DVDs, bags and scarfs. Remember to smile while saying no, so nobody looses face. I smiled so much that my jaws were hurting still in the evening.

Restaurant fit for a President

by aukahkay about Lu Bo Lang

The Yuyuan Gardens and Bazaar is a popular tourist destination in Shanghai. After exploring the intricacies of the garden and haggling with the shop keepers for souvenirs, what better place to have lunch than the Lu Bo Lang Restaurant located in the Old Town God's Temple. This restaurant has played host to world leaders attending the APEX Summit, as well as President Bill Clinton and President Fidel Castro. As the restaurant is popular with tour groups, it is advisable to make reservations in advance or else plan to arrive at the restaurant before 12 noon. Xiao Long Bao: This is a perennial Shanghainese favourite - steamed pork dumplings in a thin skin. Be careful to suck out the soup inside the dumpling before you chew on the dumpling as the soup can be hot.
Fried eel in spicy sauce: Eel is a favourite dish in Jiangsu province.

Suzhou Creek

by Willettsworld

Suzhou Creek has a length of 125km, of which 54km are within the administrative region of Shanghai and 24km within the city's highly urbanized parts. The river flows into the Huangpu River at the northern end of the Bund in Huangpu District. After the Treaty of Nanjing forced China to open up in 1842 and Shanghai became an international trade port, the river formed the boundary between the British concession (Southern bank) and the American settlement (Northern bank) until both concessions were merged into the International Settlement in 1863. When the Japanese invaded Shanghai in 1937, the river formed the boundary between the International Settlement (South) and the Japanese concession (North). Due to Shanghai's role as trade port, from the 1930s Suzhou Creek was an important shipping route, facilitating the transport of goods into the interior of China. Along the river banks, a multitude of warehouses and factories were built at this time, making the region close to the river a significant industrial area but all of this has since disappeared.

bicycles & KTV

by kim85

"What? No english?"

not many natives in shanghai speak english. I met about three chinese people that could do conversations. Alot of signlanguage though!


Shanghai is a modern city, but the people do not seem used to seeing european people. Alot of stares, pointing and whispering... The average shanghaian(?) makes about 100 us. dollars a month, and as a tourist you live like a king!


The nightclub "Bar Rouge" (near the bund) is the place to meet hot chicks and get wasted. It's expensive, but you're on vacation right?
The place has a huge balcony on top of a skyscraper, filled with sand. The clientel are from all over the globe, mostly female models from europe and old, rich guys from the US. Good chances to hook up!


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