Oriental Land Holiday Village

Address: No.6888 Huqingping Highway. Qingpu District, Shanghai, Shanghai, China | Hotel
 
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    Excited and Ready to Explore

    A travel blog entry by the_stamms on Jul 25, 2014

    140 photos

    ... br> The gardens are one of Shanghai’s premier escapes from modernity, though the curving rooflines still frame vistas of towering skyscrapers. Founded in the mid 1500’s, the classical gardens are an example of Ming-dynasty design and contain alcoves, doorways, carp ponds, and a series of pavilions that make the gardens seem much larger than they actually are.

    After Yuyaun Gardens we went to the Temple of the Town God and dropped in on the other Taoist gods ...

    Shanghai Nights

    A travel blog entry by tomstephtravel on Sep 16, 2013

    25 photos

    ... the Engineer miscalculated the settlement and the whole building settled below ground level. Most of the nice old ones are now owned by Chinese banks. One amazing building housed a bank that turns the most currency in the world (mega bucks).













































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    The Slow boat to China sadly comes to an End

    A travel blog entry by ontoor on Apr 10, 2013

    1 comment, 34 photos

    ... as the day is almost over Eugene or guide enquires “would you like to do a Chinese tea house to taste traditional Chinese teas. All respond what are you waiting for, so here we are. The tea house is fabulous seated on small stools the teas are explained as to their origin and also the property each has in relation to the human body. They were fabulous and guess what Mother hen is at it again “now we have 2 teapots and 2 lots of tea to bring back ...

    Pushing our way from Guilin to Shanghai

    A travel blog entry by josephandjoel on Oct 05, 2012

    1 comment, 17 photos

    ... stalls selling trinkets and plenty of restaurants and bars to keep you entertained. There is a little stream that runs through this section which makes it all very tranquil. Well as tranquil as you can get in a Chinese city. We even had a few beautifully sunny, smog free, clear days which were a welcome change. But our time in Yangshou came to an end and soon we were whizzing back to Guilin airport and boarding a flight to Shanghai.

    Shanghai is a ...

    My first day in Shanghai!

    A travel blog entry by shelaughs on Sep 14, 2012

    3 comments, 9 photos

    ... have to happen...with appropriate flotation devices of course.

    From the Bund we walked over to the world's tallest observatory. Fact. The tallest in the WHOLE WIDE WORLD! I think that it being the tallest observatory would have made it a bit frightening in and of itself but the Shanghai World Financial Center Observatory also has a glass floor. Yup. Glass. Floor. Now, as I child, I always had a morbid curiosity as to how ...