Zhongxiang Hotel

No.1558 Zhongxing Road, Shanghai, Shanghai, 200070, China | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located in the Railway Station South Square area of Shanghai, is near Jade Buddha Temple, Longhua Gu Si, Shanghai Silk Museum, and Shanghai Library (Shanghai Tushuguan).
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    Travel Blogs from Shanghai

    Free day in Shanghai

    A travel blog entry by julians26 on Jul 01, 2014

    26 photos

    ... name was Henry and that he was a volunteer guide. He suggested that the best place for lunch was a tea ceremony restaurant on the top (4th) floor of the shopping centre, which also had a good view over the area. We decided to go with him to the restaurant and found that the prices were much more reasonable.

    We ordered a standard tea ceremony and two different types of dumplings and noodles for 60 yuan each (around $12 each). The tea ceremony was very interesting - ...

    Museums, markets ,more magic

    A travel blog entry by mauza on May 14, 2013

    30 photos

    ... of thousands stroll along admiring the high rises, corporate buildings etc.. not forgetting the famous icon..the Oriental Pearl T.V. tower..at 468 meters (1,536 feet) high it is the world's third tallest TV and radio tower .. so many photos.. so little time!!

    The creative "living' flower walls are another drawcard.. actually..everywhere I have been, I am continually amazed by all of China's special effects and ...

    The Fall of Todd

    A travel blog entry by wandertrust on Jun 09, 2011

    3 comments, 22 photos

    ... out so that I might be able to stand. No dice. Every time without fail I found myself far too dizzy and disoriented to do anything, and wound up leaning over the trash can. Absolutely dreadful. I will say though, before I would always get ****** at people for drinking too much and would have little sympathy for those that found themselves vomiting. Only now, after this horrific experience, do I see just how easily things can slip one’s mind and become out of control. ...

    Bye bye, Shanghai

    A travel blog entry by jeroenandlinda on Oct 23, 2010

    23 photos

    ... train brings you through the country side, or even if you exit at the less public cities, you see where all of it comes from. Hard work, and big polluting industries. The communistic reign certainly pays off in this country, as everyone works hard for the common good, China. It is truly amazing to see how thousands of people show up, every morning, to see the raising of their national flag. People travel from all over the country to witness the ...

    The good thing about communism

    A travel blog entry by nicholaswang on May 04, 2010

    ... near this clean and green. The cleanliness of the city reminded me of Tokyo which by far was the cleanest metropolitan I've ever visited. It seemed a bit odd at first. But it was a nice change nonetheless. I really hope that Shanghai can keep this up even after the Expo is finished. One of my cousins told me that only a month ago before the Shanghai World Expo 2010 started ...