Shanghai Jin Shan Hotel

No 1 Jin Yi Road, Shanghai, Shanghai, 200540, CN
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Shen Yang Market

by opalzebra3

I was in Shanghai in 2004 and we had fun shopping in a sprawling open air market called Shen Yang or something like that. I understand this has relocated to the Pudong side and in an airconditioned building accessible by subway train. Please confirm. Thanks.

Re: Shen Yang Market

by ellyse

The original place was Xiangyang market. There're a few locations now.
a) Shanghai Science & Technology Museum metro stop (line 2) in Pudong
b) 580 Nanjing Xilu
c) Qipu Lu

Re: Shen Yang Market

by polartraveller

All the new locations are more rip off these days, I won't recommend stopping by.

Re: Shen Yang Market

by musaphir

hi
what is happening in china these days. rip off is something that is on many travellers' lips.

i was under the impression that many chinese are preparing themselves to welcome the world, commencing in a huge way with the olympic games but with this kind of negative experience that travellers go through i am just wondering if things are alright over there.

musaphir

Re: Shen Yang Market

by polartraveller

The "negative experience" most heard of are normally caused by travellers themselves, going to a markets like Shen Yang to look for knock-off brand name products is a fair game for being rip off. One can usually find better and cheaper local brands in regular markets than the knock offs. But if one like the LVs, DG and other expensive brands but doesn't want to pay for the real thing then locals will try their best to take advantage of the situation. Other than that I have seen many improvements in the whole China since I first work there in 1998, including old traditions I do not normally see in Western world any more, like giving one's seat on a bus or subway to seniors and now lining up at bus stops etc.

Re: Shen Yang Market

by musaphir

ho pollartraveller
many thanks. it is somewhat reassuring. you are absolutely right. it does take time for matters to change.

i will go with an open mind but i thought i ought to prepare myself, nevertheless.
musaphir

Re: Shen Yang Market

by polartraveller

musaphir I think you will like the changes, in many way many history are gone, old buildings, historical sites all around China have made way for modern apartment and shopping centers!! But then again the hole in the ground toliets are gone with that too (most anyway) so I am glad to see changes!

Travel Tips for Shanghai

I was there during the riots...

by fabrice

I was there during the riots and massacres of tian-an-men in 1989;bad period to be a tourist in china on the last day,I went by foot from downtown to the zoo,then to the airport, because I heard that many western journalists had been arrested in the big hotels;I was afraid to take a bus,I would have been seen by everybody;just before the zoo,I asked my way to a spices-seller,he did not understand me,so I draw on his newspaper a plane and I said:'vrrrrrrroooooummm'

Lady's hair accessories galore!

by rabbit06 about in and around Guangdong Rd

Everything that the ladies wish for their hair and accessories are around these side streets specialising only in hair products for the ladies, sorry gents!! Shirley really wanted some soft hair rollers as she can sleep with these ones with no discomfort and they sell them in this special part of Shanghai! not too much...lmao!

Starbucks.

by Guantanamera about Starbucks.

Pictured here, a Starbucks coffeehouse in the trendy upscale Xintiandi district of Shanghai... Notice the exterior architecture, which is very typical for this quarter of Shanghai... Once inside, the interior is accentuated with some traditional Chinese flourishes but the menu is the precise same as you will find in any typical Starbucks around the world...

Visit the Oriental Pearl Tower

by bsfreeloader

Perhaps the most visible landmark of “New Shanghai,” the 468-meter high Oriental Pearl Tower provides panoramic views of the city and Yangtze River Delta. Ticket costs vary depending on how high up in the tower you go, with tickets to the “Space Module” at 350 meters high costing Y135. The views from the revolving restaurant and viewing platform at just over 250-meters are just as good and will knock about Y50 off the ticket price. Alternatively, you can skip the tower altogether and have a cocktail for Y120 at Cloud 9, an upscale bar near the top of the nearby Jinmao Tower.

Shanghai--Great place for Expats

by sonnynyc

"The Nightlife"

If you are a foreigner or expatriate, there's only 5 places to remember--all on one hand:
1) the Bund
2) Xintiandi, upscale restaurant center.
3) Tongren Lu--both old and new for bars and clubs
4) Hengshan Lu
5) Maoming Lu
6) Julu Lu

6) the Bund

"Lu" is the way to pronounce for "street" in Chinese.

If all guys go out (and don't look Asian ethnically) in these areas, you can expect to be propositioned by girls since many believe foreigner=rich guy. I guess the order up there basically does some up the quality of the ladies (and the prices they would charge).
At Julu Lu, you will probably buy drinks for a lady companion provided by the bar.

The Bund has some great places...Bar Rouge was hot one where the bartenders perform flame shows

"Things to Do in the City During Daytime"

I worked one summer there and there's not much...
around People's Square there are several museums. Then there's the galleries in the buildings along the Bund. On the Pudong side, there's the big phallic symbol.

If you are diehard, grab a free copy of That's Shanghai for everything on the city.

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