Naza International Youth Hostel

Address: No.318 Baoding Road, Hongkou District, Shanghai, Shanghai, 200082, China | Hostel
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This hostel, located in the 1 area of Shanghai, is near Nanjing Lu (Nanjing Road), Jin Mao Tower, Shanghai Centre Village, and Yangpu Bridge.
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      Shanghai: Round Two

      A travel blog entry by the_stamms on Jul 31, 2014

      110 photos

      ... and cucumber, and slices of duck. Our dinner was fantastic. And any meal at Xinadalu gets you access to the rooftop Vue Bar after, which overlooks the skyscrapers of Pudong.

      After dinner, JP and I hit the town for the midnight birthday pass off. Our birthday's being one day apart, we've done this in New York, a few years ago in The Keys, and now in China. I had read about a place called the Long Bar, which is located in the Waldorf right on The Bund. It’s an ...

      Last full day in Shanghai

      A travel blog entry by wilk on Oct 01, 2013

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      This morning 7 of us met a guide in south Shanghai for a walking tour through the lane ways and alleyways of a typical Shanghai suburb. Today is China's national day so it is a public holiday. The locals were out buying fresh fruit and vegies, doing their washing etc. It was a great tour as we got to see the real daily lives of the locals. It was obvious that not many westerners come through this area as we were definitely a tourist attraction. A highlight of ...

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      A travel blog entry by janagorski on Apr 10, 2013

      3 comments, 15 photos

      ... this out, I found a lot of things easier in China. I found ordering food much easier; I found shuffling along with the crowd to board the escalators at the metro much easier and less frustrating; I found crossing the road less frustrating (you’ve just got to trust that the cars and bikes and scooters don’t want to hit you and will go around you). It’s not being pushy, it’s just taking responsibility for being served, making sure you get on the train, making ...


      A travel blog entry by jenny_dani on Sep 30, 2012

      1 comment, 12 photos

      ... One of the busy areas was the Bund, which is a walkway along the river. On one side of the river all the buildings are huge skyscrapers and on the other side are smaller European-style buildings. I was hoping to learn more about the European influence in Shanghai if the museum had been about history and not art! While we were in Shanghai we went to see a Beijing opera. We'd tried to go in Beijing but it wasn't opera season so we had to wait! We didn't ...

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      A travel blog entry by gdarmo on Aug 19, 2012

      1 comment, 147 photos

      ... purpose and organisation of the Chinese, because even amongst the rest of the floors with their 360 3D cinemas of the major building projects, art exhibitions, and urban living innovations, there was also a slightly sinister feel as they described the 'future replacement' of small villages and canal towns with purpose built commuter new towns serving the Shanghai area 'with full co-operation of the local fishermen, farmers and other residents'. I very much doubt that somehow!