Shuyuan Family Farmhouse (Lingang New Town)

Modern Agriculture & Tourism Garden, Yangyi Village, Shuyuan Town, Nanhui District, Shanghai, Shanghai, 201304, China | Hotel
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This hotel is located in the 浦东 area of Shanghai.
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