Shanghai Fortune Hotel

No.888 Hongquan Road, Minhang District, Shanghai, Shanghai Region, 201103, China
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Where to stay in Shanghai?

by kickinchicken

Hi
My cousin and I are going to Shanghai in october. I am looking for a Hotel for us to stay at. Since we are both single guys, we want to stay near the nitelife scene. Do you guys have any suggestions on where to stay and go when we get there?
Thanks
KickinChicken

Re: Where to stay in Shanghai?

by gaolei

Yes, look at City hotel, or Central View Suites. Both are in the area around the Jing An Temple. Good nightlife areas nearby are on Tongren Road, the girlie bars and Malones. The Big Bamboo can also be interesting. Other places are along Maoming road, Walking distance for a young guy, or Xin Tian De. You will have to spend a couple dollars to get there. I was at Central View Suites 2 weeks ago and found the rooms were better than most places, but the bed is a bit hard. It is also fairly guest friendly. Here is my hotel review page for Shanghai.

http://members.virtualtourist.com/m/1e4db/f4fc8/3/

Re: Where to stay in Shanghai?

by kickinchicken

thanks, I will look into those. Anyone else have any advice?

Re: Where to stay in Shanghai?

by yellowbell

I stayed in Holiday Inn and since the Railway Station is just behind the hotel, there are lots of cabs plying the route.

Do check out the Charming Shanghai Acrobat Show, I'm sure you guys will love it. My pictures are in this site.
http://www.ehow.com/how_5050876_chic-cruise-around-shanghai.html

For nightlife, check out Xian Tin Di.

http://members.virtualtourist.com/m/7f095/5be/5/

Re: Where to stay in Shanghai?

by ellyse

Guys, has it occurred to you that it might be helpful to indicate your expected price range? Otherwise how are we supposed to know what you're looking for?

Travel Tips for Shanghai

Xiangyang Market / Fake Market

by amarshah

Its a market full of small shops selling stuff ranging from (fake) branded clothing, glof accessories, men & ladies accessories like wallets, sun glasses, belts, bags etc.. sport wear stuff, shoes, travel bags just name it and you get it... though less of electronics though... PENS & WATCHES in tons all brands.

You will find a lot of middlemen offering you to take them to thier shops offering better prices and quality i suggest you refain from that as you will end up paying more i got better deal without them... Buy just what you feel it good and req. make sure of the quality. I had a local friend with me, he suggest one burns the leather wallet with a ciggarte lighter to ensure quality... Start with 1/10th of the price and go by but never more than 25% of the quoted price... for eq. i got a bunch of 5 diff mont blac lookalike pens of 50 RMB they were quoted each for 100RMB. I feel i paid more still..... ONE THING u will not know where the money goes as there is tons of things to buy

Nice Relaxing Cafe

by andronikkie about Number Five Cafe & Bar

It is a nice relaxing place to chill out in the middle of a busy day sightseeing and strolling on the Bund and Nanjing Lu. It has nice big couches and it was quiet when we went during the day. We had excellent coffees and a pizza.

Shanghai Museum

by mke1963

This is truly a must see if you are in Shanghai. The quirky, but stunning modern building in Renmin Square, holds a staggering collection of artefacts and is a real cross section of Chinese civilization: it is simply, and undoubtedly, the best museum of Chinese history in China. Although, having said that, the smaller scale of the Nanjing Museum is easier to assimilate.
Every museum manager and director in China should be taken to the Shanghai Museum and told to "beat that!"
There are numerous general explanatory panels in Chinese and English that set the context for what you see. The artefacts and art are well lit, well labelled and well chosen.
The bronzeware hall is comprehensive and covers the development of that art form superbly, even having step-by-step models of the various casting processes.
The ancient sculptures exhibition is laso excellent, but maybe suffers a little by some haphazard arrangements. It is a little tricky visualizing the tranbsition of the early Gandharan into the more northern Asian style. Some of the individual items are just magnificent, and compare favourably with the great Western sculptures in the Uffizzi or the Louvre.
I didn't 'do' the whole museum, because I got a bit 'bombed out' by the quality in these two first rooms, but the excellent guide book promises similar quality right up to the top of the building.
There is a superb bookshop on the ground floor, and some excellent merchandise and replicas (are you reading this, Shandong Provincial Museum staff?).
Wonderful.

This museum is a benchmark for museums in China.

NOTE: There is some good extra information at http://www.jasonkaufman.com/articles/new_shanghai_museum.htm

Yao Di Teapots Museum

by Willettsworld

This small museum is located in the Confucian Temple in the old town district of Nanshi. The teapots displayed in the museum have been donated by Chinese/American Chen Yiyao and include a dazzling array of styles.

Open: 9am-5pm daily. Admission: Y10.

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