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

Shanghai: Round Two

A travel blog entry by the_stamms on Jul 31, 2014

110 photos

... era space that serves quality classic cocktails on what they call the longest bar in all of Asia. It stretches the length of the entire room and feels like a trip into Shanghai of the 1930s. After I managed to knock a filling out, I knocked down a few negronis. Midnight struck, the birthday torch was passed, and we wound up closing down the Long Bar. Fitting after a long day of touring, traveling, and eating.

The next day was kind of quiet. Yes, it was my ...

Last full day in Shanghai

A travel blog entry by wilk on Oct 01, 2013

22 photos

... was meeting the people who kept inviting us into their homes. This was a real eye opener! They live in such confined, cluttered spaces but all seemed very happy and proud of their homes. We picked up a new tour guide, an elderly gentlemen aged 88, who was staying with his daughter because it was a public holiday and his nursing home mustn't operate during this time. He had some English and was very hard of hearing so kept asking us to speak up, speak up. ...

The Very Best No. 2 Shanghai Blog

A travel blog entry by janagorski on Apr 10, 2013

3 comments, 15 photos

... cross the road, in a world where millions of other people around you have things they want to do too. But unlike what I saw in India, it’s done here with an awareness and respect for your fellow man.

I remember being on a train in India and being asked by a local of my impressions of his country and telling him how perplexed I was by the often disrespectful behaviour I saw (especially at train stations) and his response was that his country was overpopulated and ...


A travel blog entry by jenny_dani on Sep 30, 2012

1 comment, 12 photos

... because it was in Chinese with Chinese subtitles but it was impressive even so. The music was quite strange and didn't really help to understand the story as it was difficult to tell if the characters were singing happy songs or sad songs! The costumes were pretty amazing though and the sets were simple but looked really good. We also did two day trips from Shanghai. The first to was to Suzhou, a city with pretty canals and streets running alongside them. It ...

Insert generic Shanghai pun (Surprise, Nights etc)

A travel blog entry by gdarmo on Aug 19, 2012

1 comment, 147 photos

... look around some smaller shops, we stopped for lunch at a place called "Sarnies" and I enjoyed my first proper doorstep butty in China, and the banana milk shake was quality too! Next, we walked a fair way over to the Old Town via a district that consisted almost entirely of shops full of musical instruments. When we got to the old town, the old style pagoda-type housing was impressive, but it looks like it had been given a very modern makeover, and the entire place is full of stalls ...