Ramada Shanghai Caohejing

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

509 Caobao Road, Shanghai, 200233, China
Ramada Plaza Caohejing
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Value Score Poor Value

Costs 50% more than similarly rated 3 star hotels

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Forum Posts

flight shanghai-guilin

by frankdalian

I want to flight on the 27th of december to guilin. I arrive on the 24th of december in shanghai and I am gonna to meet my girl-friend there. I have checked elong already, is there an other (cheaper) opportunity. I am already in dalian, china. Do you recommend to visit a chinese travel agency in dalian (a local can join me, so the language should be not a problem). Shall I book the flight just a few days in advance. It isn`t a popular destination, is it? Thanks for your help

Re: flight shanghai-guilin

by Bickers72

Guilin is one of the major tourist spots in China. However that said flights between Shanghai should be plenty and not too expensive. I always found most of the cheapest flights are located using ctrip.com

Re: flight shanghai-guilin

by ellyse

Spring Airlines (http://www.china-sss.com) would be a good budget option, but the fares for December aren't out yet, it's too early. But it's also not a good idea to book that one late!

Re: flight shanghai-guilin

by MikeySoft

www.etrip.com is also a good web site. I found the closer you book to departure, the cheaper the flight. Check the schedule and prices by going to the web site and change the dates.

Re: flight shanghai-guilin

by MikeySoft

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Travel Tips for Shanghai

National Flag of The People's Republic of China

by xuessium

The national flag of the People's Republic of China is the five-star red flag. The red color of the flag is the symbol of the revolution, signifying that the political power of the People's Republic of China is achieved through bloodshed and lives laid down by countless revolutionary martyrs who marched forward wave upon wave in the heroic struggles for the revolution. In the upper-left corner of the flag there are five-pointed yellow stars, of which the big one represents the Communist Party of China and the four small ones the people of all ethnic groups of the country. One point of the big star points right up the flag and of the four small ones each has a point pointing towards the centre of the big star. This shows that the Chinese Communist Party is the force at the core of the leadership of the Chinese people of all ethnic groups who unite closely as one round the Party. With the color of the stars in yellow this means the great cause of socialism has a bright future. With the flag-staff painted white, that is to suggest flawless purity and loftiness."

Sports Bar?

by justagirlinasia about Green Bamboo

After a couple of days in Shanghai, I was yearning for a place that's not so chinese. (But it looks like you can't escape from the dice rolling whichever club you're in) This is a pretty neat joint. Pool tables, Darts, table soccer... beer and finger food.

21th century version of elegant Shanghai style

by angelochka about 881 South Beauty

The restaurant has many glass walls looking over the garden, spacious. Interestingly, the building was built around an existing tree! The tree is covered by glass walls and comes out of the roof. it's work of japanese designer Takashi Sugimoto, his aim was to create there while dining a feeling of being surrounded by nature in all seasons, apart glass he's using stone and wood ,and as a result-light, airy, beautiful place, where you can relax while enjoying your meal traditions of sichuan, cantonese and jiangnan cuisines, but in contemporary imterpretation

Wuzhen-the last resting-on-water town in china!

by violett

Wuzhen, well-known as "the town of fish, rice, and silk.", lies between Shanghai and Hangzhou, two famous tourist cities. So we took one afternoon to see it. We took a boat, and many old people lived really there till now. Their life style is very traditional and simple. The buildings and bridges are very particular. And I love the many museen and workshops there, such as: hundred beds museum, woodcarving museum, and the Drugstore, Silk Store.


by WesHK

"Great food and bargains in China's largest city"

Favorite Shanghai Experiences:

- Walking the Bund to see colonial buildings
- Eating Xiao Long Bao in a local restaurants
- Shopping for designer goods in upscale malls and bargaining for knockoffs at Xiangyang market
- Checking out the scale model of the Shanghai of the future at the urban planning exhibition hall
- Enjoying the tranquility of Yuyuan gardens in the old chinese city


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