Shanghai Nan Ya Hotel

No.1280 Zhongshan Road, Shanghai, Shanghai Region, 200011, China
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Fresh Fruit

by Juliekaye1951

Is fresh fruit readily available in the winter? Does anyone know where you would go to purchase Ladies size 14 western fashion clothing. Thanks

RE: Fresh Fruit

by ellyse

Yes to the 1st question.

RE: Fresh Fruit

by Lance_in_shanghai

You have your Chinese fruit which is seasonal, cheap and your imported fruit which is not as plentiful as in Europe and North America and relatively costly. Chinese oranges best from September-February. My favorite is the loose skinned category such as grown in YunNan. You will know them when you see them. Bananas vary a lot in quality, usually not as tasy or moist as those available in Eur-Amer. Pears usually hard and not very sweet but black ones are good for a sore throat. Melons are the best quality but mostly available from July-October. The best fruit is not in the east. Northwest China has fabulous apples, melons and grapes. I am no expert on ladies clothes but I think you will not find large sizes easily except in the big department stores. I wear men's medium U.S. shirt but large or extra large Chinese shirt.

Travel Tips for Shanghai

Experience the real Shanghai atmosphere

by maria_hz

Many visitors to Shanghai only see the main attractions; Pu Dong, Nanjing road and so on. But to just walk along the smaller streets that still criss-cross central Shanghai is the best way to soak up the real Shanghainese atmosphere. In Shanghai, as in other parts of China, lives are lived in close proximity to the street.

Families run businesses and raise their children in their shops, old and young meet to eat or to play, food is sold, bargains are made, clothes are washed. Many smaller streets still host a variety of businesses; shops, food stalls, seven-elevens, repair shops...

There are specialty streets, for example "beauty street", an area where a lot of spa and beauty salon products are sold, "stationary streets" where you can get anything from a business card holder to book-keeping necessities, and so on.

Many of these streets retain their very Shanghainese character with traditional architecture and living conditions. Some years from now, who knows what will be left of these streets? So enjoy them while you can and get a taste of Shanghai.

Shanghai cabs

by bitbit

Traveling by cabs in Shanghai is very affordable and most convenient. The initial starting fare is at 10RMB for 3km. The cabs are metered and the cab drivers are mostly very honest (unlike in Thailand, Indonesia or Vietnam where meters are sometimes doctored to reflect higher fares or drivers try to bring the passengers on some wild goose chase). Just a gauge of the fare prices - from Nanjing to The Bund is just slightly more than 10RMB, from HongKou area to Nanjing is approx. 30RMB, from HongKou/Nanjing district to Pudong airport is approx. 150-200RMB. Most drivers don't speak English so you might want to inform the conceirge of your destination so that he can then inform the cab driver. Otherwise, bring along your hotel card or get the conceirge to write down the hotel name/location in chinese so that you can show to the cab driver.

Yuyuan Garden

by ZenLady34

Entrance to a place of peace and comfort in the heart of Shanghai and go to Yuyuan Garden.

Yuyuan began as a private garden created by Pan Yunduan, who spent almost 20 years to build a garden for his parents.

It is located in the middle of the bazaar area and really worth a visit.

Song Qingling Mausoleum

by snuggie

In this Song Qingling's Park,there is a mediocre status of Mdm Song Qingling.
Mdm Song Qingling was buried next to her parents in their Song's own burial ground.Another side of the tomb lie Mdm Song Qingling's maid,Li Yan e.The garden is open from 8.30am to 5pm

FOOD, GLORIOUS FOOD! SHANGHAI 1

by xuessium

RESTAURANT:
Xiao Fei Yang (aka Little Fat Lamb) Restaurant
Reviewed under Restaurant tips:
LITTLE FAT LAMB

DISH:
Ying Yang Hot Pot (Chilli Soup & Clear Herbal Broth)

PRICE:
~RMB50-60 per pax

RESTAURANT:
Xiao Fei Yang (aka Little Fat Lamb) Restaurant
Reviewed under Restaurant tips:
LITTLE FAT LAMB

DISH:
Sliced Lamb Phallus for Ying Yang Hot Pot (Chilli Soup & Clear Herbal Broth)

PRICE:
~RMB50-60 per pax

WHERE TO GET:
Offered in most restaurants

DISH:
Steamed Xiao Long Baos
(Steamed Pork Buns with Gravy)

PRICE:
RMB8-12

WHERE TO GET:
Offered in most restaurants and local cafes

DISH:
Shui Jian Baos
(Pan Grilled Pork Buns)

WHERE TO GET:
Offered at street stalls and some local delis - economic rice style.

DISHES:
A bevy of dishes including duck tongues, pig tails, preserved vegetables and cooked pork to go along with plain white rice.

WHERE TO GET:
Offered in some bakeries and street stalls.

DISH:
Plain steamed buns

PRICE:
RMB0.50

WHERE TO GET:
Street stalls.

DISH:
Fried Onion Fritter Roll

PRICE:
RMB1.70

WHERE TO GET:
Street stalls & kebab joints.

DISH:
Lamb Kebabs

PRICE:
RMB1-2

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