Hidden Garden International Youth Hostel

Address: Jia No.834-840 Pudong Avenue, Pudong New Area, Shanghai, Shanghai, 200120, China | Hostel
 
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This hostel, located in the NW corner area of Shanghai, is near Shanghai Museum (Shanghai Bowuguan), Nanjing Lu (Nanjing Road), Jin Mao Tower, and Shanghai Centre Village.
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Travel Blogs from Shanghai

An Awkward On-boarding....

A travel blog entry by flyindandelion on Oct 17, 2014

5 comments, 27 photos

... sphere in the middle of it all with music videos playing. The lights were impressive. Still no tourists though. We also have been surprised that we haven’t seen loads of people. Yes, while travelling on the metro, it was crowded but there haven’t been massive amounts of people on the streets where we’ve been staying. We went to Xianhui to see if we could find someone to unlock my iphone. I really don’t want to spend 300-500 dollars on a new phone if I ...

Being exotic

A travel blog entry by olivernzer on Oct 23, 2013

2 comments

... s hard not to stare, although I don't say 'Lawai', I don't have the right! I also find myself staring at the people walking around in their pyjamas in the mid-afternoon or early-evening, the children riding small motorised animals in the square or roller-blading, or learning to do hip-hop with a trainer. And then there are the people on small motorised bikes with tiny trailers carrying gigantic loads that tower metres above the ground and make you wonder ...

Catch up

A travel blog entry by emmacookson15 on May 09, 2013

2 comments

... beats my singing to myself down the street. Third thing : if you can pronounce the address in Chinese, taxi drivers will assume you can understand chinese. This has now led to numerous hilarious exchanges. Not quite like the deep conversations I manage to have with cabbies in London but special in their own way. Mainly because I have no idea what the heck they are saying and just keep repeating 'dui' (that's correct-- Chinese use it instead of yes) multiple times in as mandarin ...

Morning in Shanghai

A travel blog entry by juanmao on Feb 08, 2013

... the board at the large wrought iron gate, the parky noted the temperature that these days can be expected. The prediction reads a chilly winter day 5 degrees, elderly people from the neighborhood are flocking to come out. Under a tree exerts a choir, on the lawn do oldies with slow gestures their morning exercises, others walk or indulge on a bench. It is busy talking, the knitting there. I slide on a bench and enjoy. Across the street, by that cafe, the coffee is ready. I'm ...

Paying homage to Ba Ba

A travel blog entry by kwagssd3 on Apr 14, 2012

2 comments, 4 photos

... fast asleep when I entered the room. Stretching the blinds open, Roy awoke to a sweaty sillhoutee blocking the bright sunshine that peered through my outstretched arms.

"Baby, c’mon, we have to visit your dad." I insisted.

Roy’s dad had recently been diagnosed with a poor liver and prohibited blood flow. This was a result of heavy drinking; consisting mostly of white wine and potent Chinese drinks. Nevertheless, it was our duty ...