Jian Gong Jin Jiang
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TravelPod Member ReviewsJian Gong Jin Jiang Shanghai
Very good place to stay. Room clean and shower worked.
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... the corner in a busy shopping district. Jingan Temple is at the heart of the high end shopping district. Holding it's own the outer area of the complex houses high end shops giving it plenty to make this a temple of opulence.
The People's Park which would be more aptly name propaganda park houses a variety of works celebrating what communism has brought to the ...
... monks and two rare jade and jewel encrusted statues of the Buddha. We had a nice lunch and then we visited the Yu Gardens which are 500 hundred years old and have over 30 pavilions linked by a maze of corridors and bridges. It was just amazing. We then went to Nanjing Road which is Shanghai's famous pedestrian shopping street. I will go back there. Also we visited a silk factory and managed to buy a silk duvet inner and outer. We ...
... a human alarm. On the downside I'm really tired after a busy weekend in bustling Shanghai, let me bloody sleep! Ah and I was wrong... People are allowed to smoke on this train! Looking forward to the next eight hours of passive smoking. The train is almost full now, the man who was luxuriously sprawled over three seats earlier has been forced to stand up. Presumably he has no seat, terribly sad really. I can now safely say I know how battery chickens ...
Start the day with umbrella's rain rain go away!!! We took the people mover through the sea tunnel to Pudong and go to observation deck of the pearl TV Tower. We walk through the history diorama exhibit at the base of the tower. We went to the shanghai museum which Kalie didn't like! ;) We went to the Aquaria 21 a ...
... if someone opened a western style Chinese it would make a fortune!
Getting around in China is pretty easy, the metro is 20p and taxis are only £1 or £2, but occasionally you need to revert to good old walking. This brings me onto my next rant. Pavement etiquette is a real bug bear of mine, people need to walk at an appropriate speed with purpose. In China everyone dawdles, walking at an annoyingly slow speed and when you try to overtake they have a habit of ...