Yafan Fashion Hotel

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

No.1122 Zhongxing Road, Zhabei District, Shanghai, Shanghai Region, 200070, China
Yafan Fashion Hotel(Shanghai Zhongxing Road)
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Rated 17% higher but also costs 131% more than other 3 star hotels

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going to shanghai to visit expo and

by peppy5


coming to shanghai for a few days and have a few questions.

will be going to expo during the october holiday on the 1st and 2nd. are the food prices inside the expo to places like pizza hut, starbucks and papa johns the same as outside the expo? or are they the same to 10% higher than normal.

another thing, i'd like to go to a fake market or a foreign export market/seconds market. are there any near these two places (i google translated from chinese to english so sorry for the translation)?

South First Street Journal Business Beijing Road Pedestrian Street
Shanghai Old Temple Mall

any help would be much appreciated

Re: going to shanghai to visit expo and

by xymmot

prices are always higher for tourist but fair. At the markets, you will find vendors that will sell you anything, fake or not. Shop wisely. Cheers Tommy x

Re: going to shanghai to visit expo and

by milliturtle

Markets - you want handbags and similar items? You can try the Tao Bao City at 1-3/F, 580 Nanjing Xi Lu (near Chendu Bei Lu). Many of them sell similar stuff and you might be able to get better deals upstairs. It is about 2-3 blocks from People's Square, so you can take the metro and then walk there. Not sure if it's near the 2 places you mentioned though.

There are also people who will show you pictures of the bags and take you to the shops. They earn a commission from the shops, so you might not be able to bargain as hard.

Re: going to shanghai to visit expo and

by gaolei

http://members.virtualtourist.com/m/1e4db/f4fc8/c/ Here is information on the three most popular markets for fakes.

Re: going to shanghai to visit expo and

by alza

my China experience is getting old but xymmot is on the ball about shopping wisely, if you've got it in you to bargain. :)
Things were so inexpensive when I lived in Kunming that I didn't dare bargain... mind you, I never bargain anywhere so...

I bought a pair of basque espadrilles (maybe there, they were Chinese espadrilles?) at the Bird Market in Kunming. Couldn't get over the smiles on sellers' faces, how the whole family rushed around to show me all the colours, etc. I bought the first pair I liked, paid asking price.

At the next stall, the same espadrilles, same colour, were half what I'd just paid. I turned to look at "my" stall, they were in stitches! LOL
It didn't matter one bit to me, they were still very inexpensive.

Next day at Green Lake in Kunming, I was with a Chinese friend. We saw some beautiful peaches... she bargained for about 20 minutes to pay a few yuans less and finally shook hands with the vendor and everyone around him. They were giving her the thumbs up, admiring her skill! They love you to bargain actually.. :)
Now I think Shanghai must be a different story. China is way past 2002 now, and Shanghai surely ahead of everyone!

Have a good time at Expo Shanghai! lucky you!

Re: going to shanghai to visit expo and

by peppy5

had a great time and had a blast at the expo. we had our toddler with us so we got to use the green line for some of the pavilions and that helped us get to the front of the line.

got to buy some cool oil paintings that are 25cm x 30cm and paid 150 for two i think. don't know if i got ripped off but oh well. also got some hand stitched embroidery scenic shots that were 45cm x 40cm, paid 30 rmb for one.

love shanghai, hoping to go again in the future sometime. thanks for all the help.

Travel Tips for Shanghai

It's an island...

by bdelphin

It's an island 'near' Shanghai.
Actually, you will need nearly 4 hours to go there, as you will first use a bus from the bus station situated near the Bund, and then use a fast boat.
This one is very great...There are some TV on board, which broadcast chinese movies. The point is these movies are very 'bloody' and 'noisy', as they turn the sound up to the maximum.
So just imagine the scene : you are sit in a chair, watching the movie. You are not lucky, your chair has a garbage on its side, so that the people put their waste into it (sometime they spit also, it's more convenient ;-)
Then, you want to have a drink. So you will go to the bar which is on the rear of the boat. Here, you will be welcomed by the barman who has a chicken in his left hand, and a knife in the other one. I let you imagine the next step...
Well, you need to be brave to go there. But it's very worth.
You can visit the temples there, which are quite nice. But most of the time just relax, walk along the path across the island, on the beaches and so one. Unfortunately, the water seemed not so clean, so we couldn't swim there. Too bad...

Shanghai has two international...

by alexia_lin

Shanghai has two international airports and 3 railway stations,so you can get here pretty easily. The picture shows you one of the greatest bridge here which connects Puxi and Pudong.You might get confused of the name,don't worry,you can look at the map of Shanghai above,it will tell you that Shanghai is seperated into two areas by Huang Pu River,one is called Puxi and another is called Pudong which is a newly built one!
Taxi is very conveinient,but the subway in shanghai is also a good choice.There are two subway lines here,No.1 is from Shanghai Railway Station to Xinzhuang.So if you wanna go to People Square,Nanjing Rd.Huaihai Rd,Xujiahui which are downtown,you can take the first line. And if you want to go to Pudong,you can take No.2 which is from Zhongshan Park to Central Park.

Shanghai Ocean Aquarium

by simcard

If you travel with children to Shanghai, I definitely will recommend visiting the aquarium located at Lujiazui, Pudong. It is one of the biggest aquarium in the world. It is also currently the only aquarium in the world to have a separate exhibition zone that showcases aquatic animals from China, particularly rare and precious species from the famous Yangtze River. It also has the world's biggest tunnel (500 meters).

Shanghai Old Street (chinese: 上海老街)

by sunnywong

The rebuilt Shanghai Old Street is 825 m long from Renmin Road to Henan Road, divided into the eastern and Western section. The eastern section runs from Renmin Road to Guanyi Street. Shanghai Old Street is an important east-west passageway for sightseeing in the Yuyuan commercial and tourist area.

In the eastern section of the street after ¨remodeling and restoration teahouses, old-fashioned wine shops, and embroidery stores. Besides, the patterned drip-pipes, upturned eaves, protruding corners and horse-head walls make visitors feel as if they have gone back to the old days. The western section is mainly laid out with Ming Dynasty imitation buildings with black tiles and whitewashed walls, red pillars and upturned eaves, typical of the architectural style of old towns in the Ming and Qing Dynssties. Here one will find rows of antique-featured shops, such as the water pipe store, glutinous dumplings store, roasted nuts shop, and teahouses.


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Address: No.1122 Zhongxing Road, Zhabei District, Shanghai, Shanghai Region, 200070, China