Shanghai Huiheng New Asia Hotel

168 Tongji Road, Nanhui District, Shanghai, 201300, China
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silk duvets

by laneda

Would the silk factory's be the best place to buy silk duvets?
I heard that wal-mart there sold them for less & the quality was the same. Is this true?

Re: silk duvets

by aukahkay

If you are taking a guided tour of Shanghai, invariably your tour guide will bring you to a silk shop supposedly endorsed by the Chinese government. Do not buy things from these shops that your tour guide brings you to. You are better off buying them from a departmental store. There are plenty of departmental stores around Shanghai selling silk duvets eg. Pacific and local small Chinese departmental stores along Nanjing Road pedestrian mall. Same goes for other tourist shops selling tea and Chinese ornaments.

Re: silk duvets

by angiebabe

I totally agree too - when i travelled China the departmental stores had such lovely stuff - i regret not buying a lovely bedspread i saw which i thought was such a bargain price - and the factory places though can be okay prices (eg i bought some excellent pearls from a pearl factory place on a tour and i had thought at the time the price was tempting) - it depends really - get an idea from a department store visit - and compare if you can. The factory store visits on tourists tours can be upped in prices of course for their profits or they may be lower to attract more sales - so try to see if you can compare.

(walmarts not a place id want to go shopping in really other than for a price check - doing business in USA based shops when im trying to go Chinese - even if the department stores may be unmarked USA owned at least go where the locals go and try to stay away from obvious foreign profit mongers!)

Re: silk duvets

by Lance_in_shanghai

I am not a silk fancier but I would highly recommend Wal-Mart, Tesco or Carrefour as they all have very good quality for the price on most items. The locals shop the heck out of these foreign devil stores since the locals know a bargain when they see it. You can beat them on electronics and kitchen appliances by shopping the e-malls but for most items, you know you are getting the real thing as the government will fine them severely and feature them on a TV news broadcast if they are caught lying about their goods. The locals often don't trust ceramic glaze on kitchenware or even eggs from small street vendors. They pack the chain department srores in droves. It is my view that anyone in business is a profit monger. That's the whole idea.

Travel Tips for Shanghai

Shanghai Cuisine

by machomikemd

as distinctive as the other 15 main cuisines of China. Shanghai Cuisine reflects the cooking styles of the provinces of Jiangsu, Anhui, Zhejiang, Fujian, and Jiangxi. Shanghai, the largest city in the People's Republic of China, incorporates the cooking styles of the surrounding provinces. Shanghai cuisine is characterized by a greater use of soy sauce, sugar, rice wine and rice vinegar than other regional cuisines like the Quick Stir Fry of the Cantonese Cuisine or the Spiciness of Beijing and Sichuan. Eastern China is home to “red-cooking,” where food is gently braised in a flavorful soy sauce-based liquid with sugar and spices such as five-spice powder (star anise) hence the prevalence of Stewed dishes here like my fave stewed pork innards. Even in stir-frying, a sauce is frequently added near the beginning of cooking, instead of at the end. the shanghai spring rolls and the stewed pork innards and the sour red soup.

Concentration of Computer Stores

by nomadig about Pacific Digital Plaza 1 and 2

Pacific Digital Plazas 1 and 2 are good starting points for hunting down any IT gadgets. The first floor sells mostly laptops and PDA styled gadgets. There is also a miniscule Apple store in the middle of the Plaza 2. The upper floor have mixed selection of shops, but if you're after components, you have to venture these floor carefully.

The atmosphere is hectic, as there are numerous customers and clerks dealing on a single matter, and everybody is talking on a loud voice. Ah, the joys of Chinese retail business....

The IT stuff has heavy import taxes in China, so the prices are not competetive with Singapore, but for us Europeans, there can be something worth buying for.

Local food - fresh and plentiful

by lindyz about Best Food Court

We stumbled across this Food Court accidentally (on a shopping expedition of course!). It is situated on busy Fuzhou Road and tucked away from the road a bit, so a little bid hard to find, but it is well worth the effort.

Basically it is a chinese food court specialising in all things local and fresh. They cook your food right there and then in front of you, I like that in a food court. We went here 3 times in total, in fact we could have eaten here every meal in Shanghai as it was that good. I brought home a menu with pictures but didnt realise it was entirely in Chinese.

First time I ate a Prawn curry rice dish at a cost of only 18rmb = about $3AUD. It was absolutely delicious, just the right amount of curry for my palate. Second time I had a chicken dish with vegies and an egg, whilst it was still very yummy, just a tad too much chilli for me - and they said it had no la!!! Third meal I ate here was a beff noodle dish and it was super-scrumptious at a cost of only 15rmb = about $3AUD. This was our last meal in Shanghai before our plane flew out and it was a lovely way to end our time in such a fascinating city.

Shanghai Museum - White Porcelain Pillow

by chatterley

This is a fantastic work of art - a white porcelain pillow from the Song Dynasty. It is designed like a house; you rest your head on the "roof", and underneath the roof is the house with fine details. You can see the stairs leading up to the house, the two doors (one of which is opened) and a person standing by the door. Simply Awesome!

Note: You are allowed to take photos of the exhibits inside the museum, but flash-photography is NOT allowed.

Shanghai By MAGLEV

by lovetofly

"Travel @ 450Kilometers Per Hour"

Travelign on the Maglev train whcih nruns between Pudong and the Shanghai Airport is quite an experience. As you wisk by the traffic on the expressway on your side, you can't help but think what an engineering marvel you're on. It is also astounding that China has the foresight to invest in such a system where so many other locations throughout the world who could benefit from such an engineering phenomena continue to sit on the sidelines. Can you imagine traveling from Boston to New York or New York to Washington in 1 hours time from downtown to downtown?

"Pudong Maglev Train Station"

The ultra modern Pudong Station is quite a nice starting point for the Maglve ride to the Shanghai Airport.

"Maglev Train In Shanghai"

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