Hai Yan Hotel

Address: No.325 Baoding Road, Hongkou District, Shanghai, Shanghai, 200082, China | 3 star hotel
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Location

This 3 star hotel, located in the North Bund area of Shanghai, is near Nanjing Lu (Nanjing Road), Jin Mao Tower, Yangpu Bridge, and Shanghai Centre Village.
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Travel Blogs from Shanghai

Hi from Shanghai

A travel blog entry by mlerch on Apr 13, 2015

8 comments, 12 photos

... in China. It is filled with islands and tree lined beaches,mountains and temples. Most of the city is on Xiaman Island China is recognized as the homeland of tea and the most famous tea is Gongfu tea.

There are a few tours here but we have decided to take the shuttle bus and venture on our own. . A shuttle bus took us into the city about 2.5 miles. We walked down Zhongshan Road the citys most prosperous area which offered large ...

Not Quite Right

A travel blog entry by 60daysinchina on Oct 14, 2014

5 comments, 12 photos

... first level was for home goods and the second level was groceries. Strike that and reverse it. I had to get downstairs for the groceries and the home goods were at street level. Anyway, I was prepared to shop this time. I had my iPhone in hand and opened to my Chinese-English dictionary ready to ask for help as needed. I needed help the moment I walked in the door. I was trying to find a computer mouse and after flailing about once again thinking ...

Shanghai t

A travel blog entry by kathrynelliott on Apr 27, 2014

... this theatre is used a lot by the government and for the past several times, they have had to take guests to another venue to see this show. As any of you who have seen Cirque de Soleil shows, you will know that Chinese acrobats are amazing - both in terms of the strength moves they can do, the balance they show doing it, and the incredible positions they can get in to. There were girls on unicycles juggling and doing all sorts of tricks, one ...

Final Thoughts About China

A travel blog entry by ssodhi on Jul 25, 2013

... you can always call (or insta, facebook, snapchat, viber, or whatever). I realized that your family misses you too, even if they're enjoying a perfect Minnesota summer.

China was a unique challenge for me. Half of that challenge stemmed from working full-time for the first time ever! This was the first time I have put in a 40 hour week - the first time that I got business emails upon waking up instead of Facebook ...

Chinese Toilet Training!

A travel blog entry by meanderingmand on Sep 09, 2012

4 photos

... it improves attention span. Pretty funny to watch

Compared to Koreans and other Asian peoples that I’ve had experience of, the Chinese are very rude and lack respect. When queuing for check outs, getting on the metro, getting seats on the metro etc they will always push others out of the way so that they can get. In a shop they have barely even given you your change and their already onto the next customer. Money comes first over ...