Holiday Inn Express Shanghai Wujiaochang

No.1729 Huang Xing Road, Shanghai, Shanghai, 200433, China | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located in the Wujiaochang area of Shanghai, is near Nanjing Lu (Nanjing Road), Jin Mao Tower, Shanghai Centre Village, and Yangpu Bridge.
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    Travel Blogs from Shanghai

    Jing'an

    A travel blog entry by lkglover on Sep 11, 2014

    4 photos

    ... night. Surrounding the model were the plans for a new ship canal in Shanghai. There was also this weird video game thing where you sit in a boat and drive it. The boat tilted with the games movement and actually made me feel sea sick haha! The next floor up looked over at the model Shanghai which was pretty cool. On this floor there were more plans for building projects in Shanghai and some were pretty crazy: they're looking at building whole cities and towns within the city- so ...

    Superb Shanghai

    A travel blog entry by jon1990 on Oct 08, 2013

    1 photo

    ... friend rice (all of which you have to eat with chop sticks). The food was delicious and reasonably priced!

    On the last day we visited the market at no.580 West Nanjing Road. It is a fake market and I was a little apprehensive about going after reading reviews on trip advisor about aggresive stall vendors, however, we found this place to be amazing!!!! Sooo many shops selling so many fake cheap goods, we spent hours here. When buying ...

    Green Tea cure-all

    A travel blog entry by julie.tennett on Sep 15, 2013

    ... with coal or other equally dark cargoes, with only a dim light visible on the bridge, or wherever the pilot was located. And in and out weaved the little fishing boats.
    The lights on the buildings were impressive and gave fantastic photo opportunities. Another point of interest were the brightly lit kites. These were flying high amongst the tallest buildings and must have been lit with LED lights. Kite flying is no kids game here in China, with ...

    "Laowai, laowai!"

    A travel blog entry by lzarras on Oct 21, 2012

    2 comments, 46 photos

    ... sized space with racks of purses, belts, wallets and watches. All famous brands, and most likely all fake. Towards the back there was a secret panel and opened to a room with just watches, and I bargained with the woman for a coach purse. She started at 850rmb , and then because "I'm a good friend and I speak a little Chinese" she will give me a good price of 650 rmb, about 120 american. Um, no. I went down to 200 rmb, about 30 american, and she pretended to be ...

    Finally in Shanghai

    A travel blog entry by ashleyinshangai on Aug 27, 2012

    80 photos

    ... br>

    We landed in Seoul, South Korea around 4 pm their time, which was I think 3 am back home. It's all a little blurry now since I was so tired. My flight wasn't scheduled to leave Seoul until 8:15 (boarding at 7:45), so I had a few hours to relax. I'm glad I had that gap to stretch out and breathe. I don't know how I would have been able to get right onto another flight right away. So, I killed time until it was time to board the 2nd flight. ...