Shang Hai She Shan Lin Sen Hotel

Shenshanta, Songjiang District , Songjiang Sheshan tower Longkou, Shanghai, Shanghai Region, 201602,
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Somewhere to relax outside of Shanghai

by taupo67

Hi everyone,

We'll be in Shanghai and Beijing for a couple of weeks in August, and were thinking of trying to find somewhere just outside either city (three to four hours travel) to go and relax for about ten days at the end (we don't want to travel on further to Hainan or Guilin this time).

Although we prefer a beach, a nice place out in the country would be just as nice.

Has anyone got any ideas of somewhere we can kick back, relax by a pool and get a sun tan for 10 days.

Many thanks

S & K

RE: Somewhere to relax outside of Shanghai

by zippyyep

Have you ever been to Hangzhou? It's famous for the West Lake, though I don't think you would want to swim there. (Actually, I don't know where in China I would feel comfortable swimming due to the pollution.) Also, I recently went to a small town about an hour or so away from there, called Longmen. It had a really cool old village that they are refurbishing, and there were also hills you could climb. I went there with my friend, who is a native. Another great place near this area is Zhoushan, which is off the coast of Ningbo. There are many islands---great seafood, cool place. It's famous for Putuo mountain. Ningbo, where I live, is pretty nice too, and there are some places of interest here like Dongqian Lake, Moon Lake, Sun Lake, etc. Hope this can give you an idea of this area near Shanghai.

Travel Tips for Shanghai

Talk to Chinese people in People's Park

by Chris_Bore

On Sundays a group of Chinese people meet in a corner of People's Park (walk through by the fern flowers and trees at the city end) to talk English. We came across them by accident, just walking through. About twenty of them, all meeting up to talk Enlish to each other - and to any native English speaker who happens to walk by.

It was really nice, everybody very excited, practising their English and enjoying themselves hugely. They had an organiser (who they call the Teacher) who was himself a tourist attraction - big and bouncy, with limitless energy. So if you walk through that corner of the park and a big bouncy man rushes up and asks you to talk with his English students, don't be too afraid - it is genuine, and enjoyable.

Train from Shanghai to Suzhou

by xuessium

There are several trains a day connecting Shanghai to Suzhou. They have air-conned and non-airconned trains. The 2 trips I took costed me 15RMB (circa 2002) for an air-conned express train with seat allocation and 13RMB (circa 2002) for an air-conned express train with no seat allocation.

Shanghai 2-day trip tips

by ace1010

For me if I were takin' a two-day trip to Shanghai. There are several must-see places.

1. Xin Tian Di. --- New landmark of Shanghai.

2. Jin Mao Tower and Lu Jia Zui area. Strongly suggest you come to the top of the tower. However, the Oriental Perl is not worthy to climb to top.

3. Yu Yuan. It's a must-see. Also enjoy the Baozi in it. Actually it is the same as what is served in the other places, just more expensive and crowded. Well, you got the atmosphere.:)

4. The Bund. Looking from Puxi to Pudong. Remember to go there at night time once.

5. Huaihai Road. Business street. Xiangyang Market is on that road actually. You won't miss it.

For food. Strongly suggest you go to Wujiang Road. It lies next to West Nanjing Road. There are so many cheap but nice Chinese food over there.

Watch the locals at work!

by K.Knight

I like work, I could watch it all day!

While walking back from the Shanghai Museum, through the Peoples Park, Anne and I were amazed to see the local workers in action.

Firstly, a gentleman was standing on the branches of a very leafy tree and he was shaking the tree and pulling the “loose: leaves off while allowing them to drop to the ground.

Secondly, a lady with a peculiar looking “Harry Potter” broomstick was sweeping all of the leaves into piles and picking up any other rubbish that she came across.

Finally, another man would come along with his cart and collect the leaves!

What a team…doing the wind out of a job!:)

What's in Shanghai

by dennisKL

A view from my hotel

"People Square"

Shanghai is one of the worlds fastest growing cities with a very impressive architecture. People´s Square is one of the most important places. It is the cultural , political, and commercial center of Shanghai.


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