Zhongxiang Hotel

Address: 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 Pudong Development Bank (Fazhan Yinhang).
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    3.50 of 5 stars Very Good

    Travel Blogs from Shanghai

    You take the high road ...

    A travel blog entry by cruising2010 on Aug 30, 2015

    1 comment, 17 photos

    ... have expected that as Shanghai is the most populous city in the world. In our case it meant that we had to wait more than an hour on the tarmac to get a window to fly out. It wasn't a problem, though given the choice I would much rather have an extra hour to stroll around Paris than to spend another 60 minutes on my bum in an airline seat! But hey, there are worse things I could be doing, than reading another few chapters on my kindle ...

    Breaking The Bubble

    A travel blog entry by 60daysinchina on Oct 16, 2014

    2 comments, 19 photos

    Breaking The Bubble

    It seemed as if today was going to be uneventful. I woke up for People's Sunrise Number Six, which like yesterday was heavily blotted by the smog. In fact today’s air pollution was the worst it has been since we arrived. I would describe the sunrise to you but it is exactly like yesterday’s. In fact so much so that when I was trying to upload the pictures I had a hard time discerning between the two. Renee decided ...

    Is it London or New York????

    A travel blog entry by cher78 on Aug 24, 2011

    ... We had to go upstairs and it is a big room on its own and has people in there so no photo’s are to be taken of it. The Buddha is also encrusted with agate and emerald. We then went to see the second statue in the western hall this one is smaller it is of Buddha lying down at the point of dying (or entering nirvana) with a languid experience on his face, like a man dropping off not a nap. After having a look around I was able to watch people praying to the ...

    Late Nights and Great Sights

    A travel blog entry by dccshamrock09 on Jun 09, 2011

    14 photos


    I unfavorably woke up early Sunday morning (8:20 to be exact), a trend that spans for just about an entire week. However, the purpose for this early wake up is one I've encounter on numerous occasions during my lifetime, but never in China until today. Shakha, Malaki and I had resolved to go to Sunday mass at a Chinese catholic cathedral. We had to leave nearly an hour before mass started to ensure our promptness. We surprisingly had little ...

    The Slow boat to Shanghai

    A travel blog entry by paul_karen on Nov 21, 2010

    60 photos

    ... It was all hustle and bustle and jam packed with locals, tourists and hawkers. Now the hawkers will not leave you alone. They try to sell you everything from fake rolex’s to excursion tickets. Fair enough as they are only trying to make a living but when you have them constantly coming up to you it becomes slightly tedious. So I invented a game. A very childish game I must admit but a fun one. When ever a hawker came up to us I would pretend ...