Shanghai Yuanbo Hotel

1188 Changshou Rd, Putuo District, Shanghai, 200085, China
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Cruise and other questions

by Nascent35

Hi all,

It's my first trip to Shanghai and I was wondering if the cruise is recommended.
How much do i need to pay and how do I go about buying tickets?
I'm thinking of buying a sim card(that I only need for this trip) the first thing I touch down. I will be staying in the bund area. Where can I buy the sim card from and how much will it cost?

RE: Cruise and other questions

by MikeySoft

SIM cards (china mobile) are around 50 rmb and include minites. I got mine in in a shop in town. I am told you can also get them at the airport.

RE: Cruise and other questions

by ellyse

Do you need the SIM card to be useable nation-wide, or just in Shanghai?
I've been helping travellers to buy Shen Zhou Xing (China Mobile, useable nation-wide) cards and the most recent ones I've bought cost anything between 80-100 RMB and include 50 RMB of credit.
There's a China Mobile shop on Nanjing Donglu, beside the Peace Hotel, near the Bund.

RE: Cruise and other questions

by Lance_in_shanghai

What cruise is this? Does it go to far away places or just an hour along the Huang Pu Jiang? For the latter, I have not gone but it seems to have the ideal view of the two banks of the river. One hour boat rides start at 25 Yuan. Buy tickets at the boat docks along the left bank. Some hotels sell tickets but I hear the price will be higher.

Be sure your mobile phone is unlocked and has 900 MHz. If it's a 4 band model, you have it.

Travel Tips for Shanghai

door open when using toilet

by pleasebenice

You might be surprised when you see chinese women using toilet. Most of them not close the door. Most of the time they don't flush. BUT it is their way of living.. it's been this way for a long time.. it will be changed, I hope.

taxis in shanghai

by concorde7

taxis are very cheap in shanghai but i would warn any first comers regarding taxi drivers trying to rip you off. best advice , before you leave your hotel , ask how much it will cost you, i have taken 20 times a taxi in 5 days and 2 of them tried to rip me off. they basically give you a tour of the city. so be warned. i am not saying that every taxi driver is malicious but you will be a good target especially if you don't know the area at all. also taxi drivers in shanghai drive like lunatics , it is easy to wear your seat belt when you are seating at the frot but seating at the back the seatbelts are usually stuck behind the seats , meaning you cannot use them! better to have a good insurance policy!! joking!

Great for lunch or dinner!

by rabbit06 about Xindi Hong Kong Style Restaurant

This is a chain of restaurants with very pleasant surroundings, good service, comfortable and the beers are cold! The pricing is very good, 18 rmb will get you an average dish so this is very popular with the locals! We had an assortment of plates here which Shirley enjoyed and Rabbit would recommend the noodles, they were typically Hong Kong.... fantastic, even though the beef was also nice!

The Shanghai Grand Theatre...

by alwaysatya

The Shanghai Grand Theatre (People's Square)
Located in the northwest of People's Square is the Shanghai Grand Theatre. This dazzling new building was designed by a French architect who came up with a complete design scheme including materials and lighting. The building seems to be made almost entirely from glass and the reflections of artificial and natural light are simply stunning. The structure of the Grand Theatre is simple but smooth and compliments the flush lines of the museum and the polished look of the exhibition Hall at the opposite end of the Square. The roof of the building is an upturned arc, resembling a treasure bowl and said to symbolize Shanghai's openness and progressive spirit.

asantetravel's new Shanghai Page

by asantetravel

I was only in Shanghai for about four days, and two of them were extra because my ticket was cancelled. Still I think it is a nice modern city that I would like to visit again. This photo shows a typical sky in China - I didn't see a blue sky during the two weeks I stayed there!


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