Tian Xiang Hotel Shanghai

701 Quyang Road, Hongkou District, Shanghai, 200437, China
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Lhasa from Shanghai

by gotti_91780

Hey guys,
Many people have mentioned traveling to Lhasa from Beijing on the two day train, but is it also possible to do this from Shanghai? The train schedule indicates its possible and maybe 4 hours longer. Is there any reason not to do it this way? I have a somewhat tight schedule. How long does it take to get the travel permit once I land at a hostel and which hostels can do it? Thanks guys.

RE: RE: Lhasa from Shanghai

by ellyse

1) Yes.
2) Because of the simple fact that neither I nor anyone yet I've seen who has posted on the many travel forums that I frequent has found a good place in Shanghai who'll take care of the permit for a reasonable price, or for any price at all.
3) Refer to answer for 2). No clues here.

Travel Tips for Shanghai

Future of Shanghai

by Sharrie

Surprisingly, Shanghai reminds me of Las Vegas (its size) & Manhattan (its height & the numerous skyscrappers)! It's a great feeling to see an Oriental city prospers at such a great speed. I'm sure in a few years time, this is going to be one of the greatest cities & financial centers in the world!

Taxis and Crazy Driving

by MarianneRules

When you get in a cab, have a map to point to where you want to go. If possible, have the destination written in Chinese as well. Hotel concierges can help you with that.

The driving is insane. Street lights, lanes, rules of the road…merely suggestions. It’s a free for all, so sit back and pretend you’re on a roller coaster ride.

It’s quite scary at first, but once you let go of your fear, you will discover that in all the craziness, there is a sort of ebb and flow to their style of driving.

Have to try the duck fish!

by rabbit06 about Wei Zheng Yuan

Very pleasant and relaxing restaurant, good service and some unique dish's. The beef was great but you must try the duck fish, it has a similar taste to our flat fish ( flounder ) but of course cooked Shanghai style....just delicious!!!

Great Place to shop!

by lileemonkey

This is a great place to shop. I live in Japan, so it was extremely cheap. I did find some other places in China that did sell the same souveniers for a cheaper prices though, especially since Shanghai is such a tourist city. But compared to many other countries, Nanjing road is still very cheap.


by Adopt-A-Tourist


We had always wanted to visit China; however there were
concerns about not knowing the language and safety while traveling.

As a result, we took a fully guided tour. Our first destination in China was Shanghai. We arrived at 5:40 p.m. after a very long airplane flight. This is one of the largest cities in China. It has a population of 16 million and is located on the Yangtze River. Shanghai is called the Pearl of the Orient

Early the next morning following breakfast, we walked to a park; and saw the people exercising and visiting with neighbors. They seemed to be wondering why we were there by ourselves. Our schedule allowed for some exploring on our own.

We visited the 16th- century garden of Yuyuan. It is a maze of pavilions, ponds,stone dragons, trees, and flowers. The architecture, gardens, and the zigzag bridge are from the Ming Dynasty.

My favorite site was The Children's Palace. Children study performing arts, calligraphy, and ancient handcrafts.

The Bund used to be known as the Wallstreet of Asia. It appears to be very European in this area, and you can see the end of the Yangtze River. The Shanghai Convention Center is where the APEC 2001 was held.


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