Oriental Land Holiday Village

Address: No.6888 Huqingping Highway. Qingpu District, Shanghai, Shanghai, China | Hotel
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    4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

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    Skyscrapers galore

    A travel blog entry by nikhil.sharma on Nov 05, 2014

    1 comment, 10 photos

    ... easy and visit the famous Yuan gardens for some zen-like tranquility. The gardens were beautiful with amazing old buildings all set against peaceful ponds and chinese zig-zag bridges, but we didn't get the tranquility we'd bargained for as we squeezed into the gardens and surrounding streets with seemingly the whole population of Shanghai. I guess we wouldn't really be getting the Chinese experience without huge numbers of people everywhere so we can't complain too much!

    Paris in the China smog

    A travel blog entry by morewood on Dec 26, 2013

    17 photos

    ... and had the worst pizza's ever and when and saw this huge house built by someone in the 19th century and went broke 3 years later due to bad feng shui. The house was interesting but we were followed around by a chinese tour group led by a young lady with a really loud megaphone. (didn't do much for the ambiance or my head.)

    A quick trip to the West Lake and back on the bullet train and home by ...

    Shanghai & The Markets of Doom

    A travel blog entry by claireandrich on Jun 18, 2013

    16 photos

    ... Following a beer and a few pics, we decided to head to the other market which we heard was pretty good for clothes etc. To get a bit of culture into the day, we opted for the open top tourist bus to get uptown for the other market. Which was partly a good idea and partly not, as it was so slow as the driver wanted to stop for 10 mins at each stop.... but we did get some history and views of some of the hotspots of the Shanghai skyline.
    Not long after getting off ...

    It's all Chinese to me!

    A travel blog entry by roamingfree on May 16, 2013

    ... open whereupon the young lass promptly opened the tray and inserted the SIM!! I then spent days inputting all our contacts and arranging for everything to come to us online (bank statements, rates, insurance, rental stuff, etc). Last time we went travelling, I kept a diary, wrote in it every day. I ended up with 8 diaries! But someone suggested a blog and I feel like I am one foot in the Olde World and one foot in the Brave New World. How much o you ...


    A travel blog entry by sarbi108 on Nov 06, 2012

    1 comment, 39 photos

    ... cried when they met her, " I love you Elainy Paigy". They are so humble. Sunday The next morning ( not too early) I start to explore the area around me. First I found residential and local fashion shops. Walking around with the locals was fun although I got lots of stares. I didn't buy anything, as the clothing is really old fashioned. A lot of the local shops are really conservative. Not my taste at all. Then I hit the top end of HauHai Road which was half a block from the Hotel. One ...