Silver Pearl Garden

Address: No.1555 Jinshanggong Road, Qingpu District, Shanghai, Shanghai, 201719, China | Resort
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This resort, located in the ?? area of Shanghai, is near Zhou Zhuang Water Village and Chess Museum.
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        Travel Blogs from Shanghai

        Hi from Shanghai

        A travel blog entry by mlerch on Apr 13, 2015

        8 comments, 12 photos

        ... morning to take at a slower pace. By nine the landscapes started to change. Many ocean liners were also coming into Shanghai. By ten we were on deck with the most amazing buildings and scenery. Every building got more interesting. So far it was the most impressive entrance into a city even Hong Kong.

        Shanghai is called the Paris of the East. It sits on the Huangpu River which is a tributary of the Yahtzee River. It was once a muddy ...

        Shanghai t

        A travel blog entry by kathrynelliott on Apr 27, 2014

        ... On our way to the silk factory, we went through the Bind area (actually we were staying at the Wyndham Bund), which is the area granted as concessions to Britain and then France after the Opium wars, which has early 1920s British architecture, right along the waterfront. Somehow escaped bombing of several wars. The silk factory was interesting, because the process they use here is somewhat different that what we saw in Vietnam. Here the silk from ...

        I lost my black leggings, earrings, eye patch....

        A travel blog entry by floveh on Jul 19, 2013

        20 photos

        ... Shanghainese, they speak their language all the time, dress a bit better, are more civil (ok not all but still more then some other places) because of their rich colorful culture. I will too if only I was Shanghainese.

      • This Shanghainese lady who bought 1000rmb worth of peaches for her family and friends spoke about her son living in Japan and even showed me photos of him. I wonder if she was trying to do what ...

      • Preparing to work

        A travel blog entry by lzarras on Aug 28, 2012

        2 comments, 10 photos

        ... work. He wasn't 100% sure on what he was going to teach, but once he got to school the other teacher would tell him. He was nervous, and I know the feeling of the first day of school jitters. I won't know how he did for about 2 more hours until he gets home, but I know he did a great job. I hope he likes it enough to keep on sticking with it.

        After he left, Ashley and I had eggs for breakfast and I had my water-y coffee. By the way, Scott wasn't hungry or I would have ...

        Suckers and Mingers From Mingtown

        A travel blog entry by charinchina on Dec 30, 2011

        47 photos

        ... us as suckers from a distance. Maybe the paranoia was kicking in. It wasn't until later back at the hostel did we do a little online research - better late than never. We weren't exactly the worst off. We didn't pay that much money, it was more our pride that was taken. But the classic 'tea ceremony' trick was on the forum. Some tourists appeared to have been swindled out of hundreds of U.S. dollars for 'rare' and 'luxury' teas ...