The Puli Hotel And Spa

Address: No.1 Changde Road, Shanghai, Shanghai, 20004, China | 5 star hotel
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This 5 star hotel, located in the W. Nanjing Road area of Shanghai, is near Jade Buddha Temple, Longhua Gu Si, Shanghai Art Museum (Shanghai Meishu Guan), and Shanghai Museum of Arts and Crafts.
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    Farm to table

    A travel blog entry by craggles68 on Jun 04, 2015

    6 photos

    ... are really onto something and will be successful.

    We then moved onto my company Firmenich, which was a good contrast from the morning visit. In fact Firmenich is under as much or even more pressure from the authorities to ensure food safety through very strong regulation.

    I then had the absolute pleasure to share a meal with some of my colleagues that I worked with on our SAP project a few years ...

    Last day in Shanghai

    A travel blog entry by themains on May 21, 2014

    2 photos

    ... international airport right to where we checked in. It was gate 230 so that gives you an idea of how big the place is. It is well signposted in English though so we would have eventually found it but it just sped up the process. Knowing that you have a 11.5 hour flight ahead of you isn't my favourite feeling but in saying that if you don't deal with it you stay at home and I'm not into that either, so just get over it ...

    Days 21 to 24 - Shanghai Foreign School

    A travel blog entry by mcc_china2014 on Apr 11, 2014

    1 comment, 62 photos

    ... fellow VYLTC students, studying in depth the ancient Chinese traditions, their Chinese way of life, and how it differs to the one they know. Much of this reflects the different physical element in the Chinese lifestyle. Expression of moves and dance plays an integral part of their everyday lives. Concentration is paramount, to master the fine and graceful movements, and obviously persistent practice. Both the boys and girls participated, trying their hardest to remember their ...

    Day 14: A Visit to the Country

    A travel blog entry by charlenethomas on Jul 09, 2013

    31 photos

    ... of course), and fruit orchards in this area.

    We were able to go inside one of the homes in this community, and it was quite spacious. The upstairs is open to folks from the city who desire to escape to the country for a few days to get away from the millions of people and to find quiet. Our guide emphasized that many people want to come to the countryside. Can I say that it did not resemble our idea of countryside? Check out the photos to see if you ...

    Shanghai, Zhangjiang, Suzhou

    A travel blog entry by kateandjohn on Dec 31, 2012

    19 photos

    ... not a top student actually, now only in grade 11 due to missed credits, Crystal Wu still so shy, bubbly Shirley Zhao who seems as delightful as always, and Tim, now Timothy Alexander Yang. To only meet with 5 is a reminder of how transient us foreign teachers are and how small an impact one has - Leslie is however really reaping the benefits of being here 3 years and getting to know them better. I'm surprised not to see Suzanne and more so Lily Fei, but I try not to dwell on it. ...