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West of Shanghai’s better-known business, cultural and entertainment centers, lies an expansive area of residential neighborhoods peppered with lifestyle pockets that have their own unique attractions. The schools have formed pockets of international communities throughout Gubei, Hongqiao and Minhang. Quite a few entertainment and shopping centers have built up over the years to cater to these communities. While living here means you are relatively far away from Shanghai’s usual hot spots, the large parks, spacious homes and proximity to great Japanese and Korean food keep the neighborhoods popular.
"Healthy and active animals plus a panda experience"
reviewed 4 weeks ago by MedzJ13
The trip to Shanghai zoo was fun. The 40rmb is worth it. I saw a lot of animals upfront and not just on tv. The place is so wide and we really got tired walking but there’s a lot of animals and they were active and well taken care of. Of course, the panda gets the spotlight but the other...
Took metro line 1and alighted at Xujiahui metro station. Went to exit 3 to get here. However, the cathedral is closed for renovation. Good to walk around and admire the spectacular spires, towering over the scaffolding. Went to the building next to it, Zi-ka-wei library. Interesting experience.
Shanghai Jiao Tong University (SJTU), directly subordinate to the Ministry of Education, is a key university in China, jointly run by the Ministry and Shanghai Municipality. Since its adoption of the reform and opening up policy in China, SJTU has taken the lead in the management system reform in the institutions of higher learning, thus regaining its vigor and vitality...
I am not sure what I was expecting but this film blew my expectations out of the water. A fabulous multi-media experience not just for film buffs but for those who enjoy Chinese history and can just appreciate a well put together museum experience. From when you enter the lobby - where on the ceiling hang props including jeeps and...
Great bars & food with plenty of choice to choose from. Easy to reach near to Hongqiao airport and great old colonial building which are converted into restaurants and pubs. It is very popular with locals and expa. Especially great for Friday night and weekends.
Was willing to visit this French bistrot since my last visit and indeed it was a hit. Located in the French concession, very nice place, romantic inspiration and delicious food. Specialty for foie gras and meats; very good quality.
A must if in the area. Let the server suggest to you a few of each so you try as many as possible. You can't go wrong. It gets really crowded so may have to wait about 10 minutes during peak hours... but worthwhile every minute of your wait!
One of the best hot pots we have ever had. The soup was well prepared and tasty. The ingredients were fresh and of many varieties. Authentic hot pot merging Sichuan cuisine culture and the taste of Sichuan flavor. Service was good. Pleasant dining atmosphere.
...served by very attentive staff. Dishes are prepared in a transparent, clean kitchen. Highly recommended, if you are looking for Non-Chinese lunch or dinner. Suggest to bring a little more Indian atmosphere into the restaurant.
I was recently staying on the hotel on 16 Nov. My flight arrives in the morning and I had an early check in. the staff did their best to try and find me a cleaned room (as the hotel was full the previous night).
Meanwhile, the duty manager made the right decision and treated me well (as a loyal guest...
It’s so high grade hotel, located between Hongqiao International airport and shanghai city center. I feel that it’s very comfortable because not only the room is clean but also the stuff is very polite and good at speaking English.
I would like to stay there again if I have a chance.
Great staff. The staff was excellent. Unfortunately, my wife broke her leg on the trip. The hotel directed us to treatment, provided a wheelchair, accommodated us with transportation and access to all amenities. Cindy, Emma, Evian, Jessie and Alice went out of their way to assist my wife.
The location of the hotel is ok, not very central it will take you at least one gr drive to the airport
Check in was ok, I did check in on the main lobby and not in the separated one for the executive tower which is more convenient since you have to take a lift and carry your luggage over...
Made another stop at my favourite Shanghai Hotel last weekend, as with previous trips here I got a warm welcome and customary upgrade to the 23rd floor.
Spent only three nights this time due to work commitments outside Shanghai but would have loved to stay longer.
The staff are what make the hotel special and stand out from the rest,...