Shanghai Shengda Hotel

107 Qinzhou Rd, Xuhui District, Shanghai, 200233, China

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Zhouzhuang and Suzhou Tour

by migav


I'm planning a trip to China that includes a 3 day stay in Shanghai. For what i've seen on the internet, i should not miss a tour to Zhouzhuang and Suzhou. Does anyone know if is it possible to see this two locations in the same day and if so, is there a package tour for that? And how much will it cost? And where can i buy them?


Re: Zhouzhuang and Suzhou Tour

by neverstoptravel

You have to spend two days if you want to visit both Zhouzhuang and Suzhou.

Daily tour to Zhouzhuang or Suzhou is available at Hongkou Stadium or Shanghai Stadium, RMB140 inclusive of round trip transportation and admissions for Zhouzhuang, RMB208 inclusive of round trip transpo, admissions, and local escort service for Suzhou.

Re: Zhouzhuang and Suzhou Tour

by guo_mei_xin

if you like/love gardens, suzhou if worth it. if not, don't bother going there

Re: Zhouzhuang and Suzhou Tour

by ellyse

Avoid Zhouzhuang at all costs. It's overcrowded and overly touristy. If you really want to see a water village, go for another one like Tongli.
Possible to see both in the same day, but not recommended.
I don't like either of them very much, actually.

Travel Tips for Shanghai

The Bund

by Sharrie

Take a leisure stroll on THE BUND, be it in daylight or in the night.

The Bund, being Shanghai's financial hub - Wall Street of Far East & the symbol of Shanghai, is basically a stretch of street where tall & huge architecture stands one after another by the glittering Huang Pu River.

Broadly, Shanghai is divided into 2 areas by this Huang Pu River: Pu Dong (East of Huang Pu River) & Pu Xi (West of Huang Pu River). Most of the tourist attractions are located in Pu Xi.

Barbie attempts to take over the world... via SH

by cheezecake_deli about Shanghai Barbie Store

The world's first Barbie Flagship Store has opened in Shanghai, occupying an entire 5-storey pink building along the shopping mecca of Huaihai Middle Road. Come here only if you are not allergic to pink or girly girls, or have an easily enticed daughter/girlfriend/wife/female who does not understand the concept of money. In addition to Barbie dolls (including some rare and expensive models), the store sells womenswear, women's accessories, childrenwear and, er, Barbie chocolate. There is also a spa and cafe. Men, beware. It's. A. Trap. Dolls, clothes, accessories. About RMB250 for a Barbie doll, RMB1000+ for a Barbie handbag.

Mutton Noodle in an alley

by conniechong about No name...

Just look at the bowl of mutton noodle... delicious, right? Yes, indeed! It's along an alley nearby a sex toys shop, opposite of Peace Hotel near the Bund. Mutton Noodle, a little spicy and has no weird smell at all.

Watch the acrobatic show

by screamcheese

"Miss it and you miss Shanghai."

It's a good thing our tourguide suggested for us to watch The Intersection of Time which was shown in one of the theatre's a few blocks away from our hotel.

Acts to look forward to:
1. Man juggling huge jars.
2. Lady in lotus-position.
3. 5 motorcycles running around circles.
4. Ladies who just love their hoolahoops.
5. Couple dancing ballet and riding on ropes.
6. Men flexing their muscles as they decide to squeeze into hoops.
7. Children spinning plates.

Tickets are at 580(VIP)/380/280/180 RMB

Shanghai - Rise of Modern China

by SLLiew

"Fast, New and Growing"

Having visited Shanghai over the years, the revival and transformation of of Shanghai is magical.

Skyscrappers of the most modern designs are lighting up the night. Though there are power shortages and cuts. Cafes and hypermarkets mushrooming everywhere. People, people and people are coming to Shanghai from China and from overseas to work and live the good life.

Shanghai has become one of the greatest and liveliest cities in Asia and in the world.

1) Do not miss the pedestrian mall of Nanjing Road.

2) Lighting up of the buildings on both sides of the river @Shanghai bund.

3) The shopping, eating and garden tour of Yuyuan

4) Shanghai Museum


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