Tian Yi Hotel

No.1805 Siping Road, Yangpu District, Shanghai, Shanghai, 200433, China | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Shanghai

Graduation Ceremony

A travel blog entry by ashleyinshangai


Just wanted to check in and share about a really special day that I had yesterday with students in Kindergarten and the rest of the students and teachers at Morgan Rothschild Academy.

Although we still have a little over a week left of school for this school year, we had our official Graduation Ceremony yesterday. Each grade level (Nursery, Toddler, Preschool and Kindergarten) "graduated" on to the next level in their education. For the Nursery, ...

Thanksgiving and the Elton John Concert

A travel blog entry by sirscottric


... a turkey and distributing dishes to the tables. We headed upstairs to our reserved table and walked into a completely different atmosphere. There were 2 tables that had about 10 or 12 Chinese people and 2 Western people sitting at them. Many of them were shouting and chugging their beers as we were walking up the stairs. There was also a table of other Western people. We sat down at our table and watched the large group for entertainment until the waitress came over and asked ...

Three Missions in Shanghai

A travel blog entry by crowdywendy


... how much we loved Shanghai and advising them on what we thought would perhaps be both easy and interesting sites for them to visit.

I'm not sure we achieved that mission either. As we left them, Peter and Bernadette looked more anxious then ever. As it happened, Peter had decided to take his wife to Shanghai as a surprise present for her birthday. Bernadette had described in agonising detail how utterly dismayed she felt when she realised the flight ...

G&T's at The Peninsula

A travel blog entry by seanrush

... back to The Bund to meet up with my friend Vincent who I'd only seen once since he moved to Germany 8 years ago. We splashed out on a g&t in the bar at the top of the Peninsula hotel which was apparently the best g&t and view  of the Bund and financial area in Shanghai. I'd have to agree with both of those! We then hit a more reasonable hostel bar then went home although we were tempted by going to Mint, a club at the top of a building which had a shark tank in ...

Back to Shanghai

A travel blog entry by rtwma

... And lastly on our tour we did the Huangpu river night cruise. It was impressive and everything looked very nice lit up. The TV tower that looks like a rocket is the best.

We then had a few days in Shanghai on our own which was wonderful. We slept in, went to the pool, found good food and strolled the city, visiting the museum and the downtown core. The best was the Bund sightseeing tunnel where you board ...


This hotel, located in the 复旦大学 area of Shanghai, is near Nanjing Lu (Nanjing Road), Jin Mao Tower, Shanghai Centre Village, and Yangpu Bridge.
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