Royal Tulip on the Beach Shanghai

Address: No.1 Xincheng Road, Jinshan District, Shanghai, Shanghai, 200540, China | 4 star hotel
 
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This 4 star hotel is located in the 嘉定 area of Shanghai.
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TripAdvisor Reviews Royal Tulip on the Beach Shanghai

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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 ...

Catch up

A travel blog entry by emmacookson15 on May 09, 2013

2 comments

... admitting defeat in the face of taxi haggling and making our slow progression towards the metro, we were stopped by a young Chinese guy. Checking to see if we were okay and knew where we were going, he explained that he had tried to help earlier when the taxi guys attempted to rip us off but was shoved away by one of them. And his reason for helping? “Whenever I go abroad, foreigners always try to help me”. After walking us to the metro and giving us his card in ...

Shanghai

A travel blog entry by annacalderaro on Apr 12, 2013

9 comments, 65 photos

... a back room. Then there's another secret wall to open and then another before we finally get to the good watches!!! We're there for a while but we don't like anything. I feel like I'm on some secret mission as we sneak back out. We go down to next floor and are in another kind of secret room when we get ushered out very quickly. The police have arrived. We act like we've done nothing wrong as we watch the stall holders hide stuff, pull down shutters & kick customers out. It's ...

On the loose in Shanghai

A travel blog entry by taschek on Feb 12, 2008

1 comment, 4 photos

On Monday 2/11 JT arranged 3 plane tix for this Wed's 2 night (3 day) trip to Yangshou. After a lazy morning, JT, Sue and I got out of the apartment around 2:30pm to look at architecture in the French Quarter. The streets were pretty calm today (due to the New Year's Holiday) and we stopped at an Irish Pub for lunch and a few pints. We had sheppard's pie, lamb stew and ...

Sad farewell

A travel blog entry by voyageuse on Nov 21, 2006

... it's starting to sink in that my time in China is really over. I'm a little jealous of those who get to stay longer, but I know I'd still be reluctant to leave at a later date. I never thought I'd get this attached to China, but this trip has far surpassed my expectations. We really got to know people in Suzhou and become a part of the city to some degree. It's going to take some adjustment to feel at home in America again I think, but hopefully the holiday season will help with ...