Shanghai Hangtian Shenzhou Hotel

501 Long Hua Road, Shanghai, 200232, China
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Huangpo river cruise

by spiritofscouse

Do I have to prebook for the huang po night cruise?
From where do I get it and how much does it cost?

Re: Huangpo river cruise

by lyntraveller

I was in Shanghai in November last year, and all you have to do is go down to the waterfront at The Bund at the end of Nanjing Road. Go along the water to the right and there are quite a few boat operators. You don't need to book. You pay for your ticket and they put you on a coach to the pier just along the river, and after bring you back. Another tip. You don't need to pay to go up the Pearl Tower for a great view over Pudong. Go up the Jin Mao Tower to the 53rd floor, the reception at Hyatt Hotel. The view is free!

Re: Huangpo river cruise

by spiritofscouse

thank you.How long is it and what is to see?

Re: Huangpo river cruise

by coanne

Was in Shanghai last month and the Huangpo river cruise is very, very packed with tourists. The duration is approx 1 hour and you can board the cruise from the terminal along the Bund. Avoid weekends and public holidays...the crowd can be quite mad!!!

Re: Huangpo river cruise

by polartraveller

yes, just head down to the Bund and there are many operators selling different tickets for different boats. It can get crowded. Cost around 120 - 150 RMB.

I usually take my friends to the 2 RMB river cruise, it is the ferry crossing to the other side, terminal located on the far left of the Bund (when you face the river). 2 RMB to cross over. Take it over and from the other side walk to the Pearl Tower, then take the subway back (or another 2 RMB river cruise).

I found spending the 150 RMB going up to the top of the Pearl Tower much better than the river cruises.

Re: Huangpo river cruise

by ellyse

I've heard of some going for about 70 RMB. Don't get the 3-hour ones, you'll be bored to tears. The 1-hour one is enough.

Re: Huangpo river cruise

by polartraveller

Yes, the "cruise" part of the Huangpo river is limited to along the Bund as anything outside is dark and still full of old shipyards and docks, not much to see so the cruise boats just go around in circles (at least from what I can see on land).

Re: Huangpo river cruise

by albaaust

We did not take the boat cruise but I took a photo of the prices which I have put on our page. The reason we did not take a cruise. It was too misty!! You might encounter this problem too!

Re: Huangpo river cruise

by polartraveller

There are also those huge floating TV billboards that makes the boat cruises not fun, who wants picture of car or cell phone ads in their background?

Go up to "M on the Bund" or "No 3" and enjoy a few drinks on their open balconies. The evenings are cooler now and should be great on top.

Re: Huangpo river cruise

by ellyse

Personally I just go for dinner in Super Brand Mall.

Re: Huangpo river cruise

by ellyse

Personally I just go for dinner in Super Brand Mall.

Re: Huangpo river cruise

by polartraveller

I always enjoy the stampede at the Super Brand Mall, then the fight for taxi, do it at least once a week just to keep my sense of reality up.

Re: Huangpo river cruise

by ellyse

No problem with getting taxis, just walk to Shangri-La Pudong or Grand Hyatt.

Travel Tips for Shanghai

Century Park in Pudong

by meteorologist1

This picture was taken from a tall, brand-new condominium overlooking Shanghai's Century Park, which is located in Pudong. Century Park is the largest park in Shanghai and it is a great place to take a walk, run, or bike. There is also a mini golf course here and several gardens. The landscaping work done here is fantastic. Also a great place for a picnic.

Xin Tian Di

by imstress about Xin Tian Di

Xin Tian Di will be your closest match to what Lan Kwai Fong is to Hong Kong. Indeed, this ambitious area was build by Hong Kong's Shui On Group and contains stylish and expensive shops, pubs and restaurants.

Prices for food generally start at RMB 200 but if you head into the 'mall' complex at Xin Tian Di south, you will find a McDonalds and a few medium-end restaurants where you can save your wallet from certain destruction.

Xin Tian Di Plaza is divided into the North and South Blocks. In the South Block, modern architecture is the motif while Shikumen is an accompaniment. In the north, preserved Shikumen set a nostalgic tone, forming a splendid contrast with the modernity to the south. A shopping, entertainment and leisure complex of 25,000 square meters in the South Block opened in mid 2002.

Trendy Cafe - Good Food - Sloppy Delivery Service

by crewrower about Coolzey

Coolzey operates many small cafe style restaurants in the Jing'an district. I've eaten their food about 6 times during September and early October 2007. The food is pretty good (sandwiches feature good bread which is rare for China, pizzas are not bad, salads are below average).

In ordering delivery, every time they've forgotten something. Usually it's the invoice/receipt which I always ask for when ordering. Sometimes it's the salad dressing. Today the delivery guy charged 4 yuan more than the menu said (and forgot the invoice). To their credit they usually send someone back quickly with whatever they've forgotten, but it's annoying that they always forget something.

Nice thing is you can order from MSN.

December 2007 - In fairness they do provide pretty good service. The thin crust pizzas are good, and the sandwhiches on whole wheat bread are tasty too %

January 2009 - I've given up on coolzey. Good food but delivery always leads to frustration. %

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Back to Shanghai page pizza - anchovy and pine nuts (well it used to be...see picture)

Get a Good Guide

by seagoingJLW

Make sure that the guide you get is fluent in your language. There are all degrees of proficiency available. This was our guide, Wang, who pointed out all the sights to us when we were on the bus. He also gave us advice on shopping an prices. He was really good.

Shanghai

by maisac

"growth"

Incredible city, with very helpful people that are regularly very nice. Not metropolitans - more like small-town or countryside people.
If you wanna have fun, go to Xintiandi, a very high class place, but also a little high class price - but its worth it!

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