Shanghai Yingfeng Hotel

Pudong Dongfang Road 2981, Shanghai, 200125, China

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Forum Posts

Watching Michigan-Ohio State game live?

by Northworst


Does anyone know whether there is a place in Shanghai that might carry this game live? It is on ABC Nov. 18th 3:30pm EST., which would be 4:30am local time Sunday morning.

Perhaps some sports bar with a slingbox link?


RE: Watching Michigan-Ohio State game live?

by drakesalty

I've checked the sports bars' websites and haven't seen anyone adverstising it. Of course, at 4:30 AM, I'm not sure any place will be open. Best bet may be to purchase the game online through ESPN GamePlan, but be careful of local blackouts.

Go Blue!

RE: Watching Michigan-Ohio State game live?

by mgoblue

Posting at 21-7 in the second quarter. Let's hope the Wolverines come back.

Travel Tips for Shanghai

Bargainning is a must, no...

by asantetravel

Bargainning is a must, no matter how cheap the first price you are given sounds in US $, you can usually get it down to less than a quarter of that. A good general rule is at least half of the first offer.

Shanghai Metro

by bitbit

Getting around Shanghai on the metro is pretty simple as there are only 4 lines (excluding the Maglev) - No. 1, No. 2, No. 3 and No. 5 subway. The metro fares are very cheap too - ranging between 2-6RMB.

Operation hours vary for the different lines: No. 1 (5.30-22.00), No. 2 (6.28-22.30), No. 3 (6.23-21.30) and No. 5 (7.00-20.00).

The main metro interchanges where you can change to another line are: (i) People's Square Stop, No. 1 & 2 subway (ii) Railway Station Stop, No. 1 and 3 subway (iii) Shanghai Stadium Stop, No. 1 and 3 subway (iv) Xinzhuang Stop, No. 1 and 5 subway and (v) Longyang Road Stop, No. 2 and transfer to Maglev.

Purchasing a metro ticket is easy as you either use the coin-slot machines (check the cost to your destination, punch the appropriate fare button, deposit the coins and collect your card) or you can purchase ticket at the ticket booths man by metro staff. There are also coin machines to convert bills to coins.

Often, a station can have numerous exit points to various places, always look out for directional signs, maps or you can always check with the metro staff. For non-chinese speaking tourists, there might be slight difficulties as many signs, maps are written in chinese. So, do arm yourself with a good chinese/english shanghai map as well as a shanghai metro map so that at least you can point to where you want to go if the person don't understand English.

Beautiful Old Building

by lilysuzlini

The Yuyuan Garden is amazing. Besides you can get many things from the bazaar. It is cheap.... as long as you know how to bargain. I leave that to my hubby. Most of the time he will think of a price that is way too low, to my surprised his tricks work. Roughly we will bargain as low as 70% from the actual price and we manage to get it all. I manage to get a pair of Tahiti saltwater pearl for Y1200. I got three set of pearl and jade for my daughter........ jade cost me Y300, freshwater pearl Y150 each set. Consist of earings, neckless and bracelet.

Xin Tian Di - North Part

by simcard

Old/traditional houses are at the north part of Xin Tian Di. Compared to the south modern part, I like here much better. All the houses here are mostly renovated into pubs, restaurants and gift shops. Most of them have outdoor seating area.

My favorite restaurant here is TMSK. The whole place is decorated by color glasses. Don't forget to visit their restroom as well. The sink over there, to me, is a stunning piece of art work!!

However, it is a pricey area tho!

loire's new Shanghai Page

by loire

under construction.
i've had a happy life there for more than 5 years, and naturally experienced the uncredible development of this future center of asia. even the pics u c here r not enough to give u a current impression of this rapidly changing city. enjoy urself.


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