Shunjing Garden Hotel

No.68 Zhongshan 4th Road, Dong District, Zhongshan, Guangdong, 528403, China | Hotel
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This hotel, located on No.68 Zhongshan 4th Road, Dong District, Zhongshan, is near Chung Shan Hot Spring Golf Club.
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    Travel Blogs from Zhongshan

    Attraction5-Senado Square(Derek)

    A travel blog entry by linhong_emperor on Mar 08, 2014

    3 photos

    ... should go to the most famous shopping centre –Senado Square. Why? It is because in there will have many and many foods, clothes and shoes that you can eat and buy in Senado square. For example, if you wanted to by shoes, you could go to Nike, Adidas that is very famous shops to buy it. Wanted to buy clothes? Easy! You can go to centre of ...

    Goodbye Portugal

    A travel blog entry by kaleonyc on Oct 27, 2013

    8 photos

    Macau was colonized by Portugal in the 1600's and remained a Portuguese colony till 1999. It has a very historical background and is traced back to the Qin Dynasty like wayyy back. It built its wealth on trade as like Hong Kong it as a key strategic harbour. It's actually built up of ...

    Hurry up, wait. repeat.

    A travel blog entry by kyelito on Jul 19, 2013

    1 comment, 46 photos

    ... to the customs agents to leave China. We then waited in line for 45 minutes. Then we walked another half mile, to then wait in another customs line for 30 minutes to enter Macau. I was kinda bummed they stopped stamping passports in Macau, so no new stamp.

    We then took another bus to the hotel. Fun fact, in Macau, they drive on the opposite sides of the street, and the bus doors on ...

    Sunshine, Shopping, and Fame...

    A travel blog entry by fleep on Mar 10, 2013

    2 photos

    ... It reminds me of trade-day, but better. The stalls go on for a couple of blocks until they fade away leaving what I have come to call the Chinese strip-mall. The only difference is that half the people there are on mopeds so you have to watch your back. Shop after shop is filled with undersized clothes and shoes that size-out at seven and a half. I love window shopping and occasionally ...


    A travel blog entry by emilyandjames on Aug 22, 2012

    4 photos

    ... only thing was they told us to get off at Senado Square, but the screen on the bus doesn't say Senado Square, so you had to follow the map. Senado Square was lovely and we headed towards the St Paul's Ruins. The street leading up to the ruins was grossly busy but the ruins were lovely.
    It took us a while to find somewhere to eat and then we ...