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Shanghai master 1000 tennis is a must if you want to learn how well tennis ranking players are appreciated. People from all over Asia came to cheer for Djokovic. Lots for Wawrinka e some for Murray who ended up winning the championship. We had a blast. The food court is large and offers a lot: we had the best duck...
Firstly I'm pretty sure the pools I went to were different to this one shown in the pictures. I went to 'Shanghai Swimming Center' (上海游泳馆) which the subway station is named after.
It was good, meaning.. I went from 4pm to 5.30pm and there were roughly 10 people per lane (50m pool). But if you're from New Zealand or Australia...
Martin was my guide to visit the highlights of Shanghai.
Precise, attentive and very polite he introduced me to this amazing and modern city. I really enjoyed the tour. I am really grateful and satisfied to the work done. Maybe the only things next time should I take more time to visit the whole city.
Thank you again Martin for...
Tried the thali at Indian Aroma... very cost effective and delicious to taste.
Service and environment is excellent as well.
Easily reachable by subway line 9 Fangdian Road Exit 3, just 2 minutes walk from exit. 3
I am quite apprehensive of eating North Indian food abroad but this restaurant came as a pleasant surprise.
The food was well flavoured and very tasty.
It was very clean and the waiters were warm and welcoming
All of us had a great time
Good vibe and I was stunned by their service. They recommend the dishes meet your need and when the dish comes, the servant introduced patiently. I never thought the vegetarian dish offered in Shanghai can be done finely and not costly, The flavour even more diverse and unique than the ones made in Taiwan.
There is no doubt that the band is one of the best in Shanghai. If you only go there for your own drink it's all OK. However check your bill carefully especially after spending a drink to the female bar boss or the band members. There is no (drink) menu and the drink price seems to be kind of "random"....
I work in the city's financial district - Lujiazui. Had a craving for food from Singapore and had lunch at Tuas Village.
Tried out 2 dishes Seafood Hor Fun and Fried Carrot Cake. Both dishes tastes like it came out from any good hawker centre in Singapore. Hits the spot.
Most dishes were affordable in this area, and they obviously...
Hotel rooms very clean staff don’t speak hardly any English breakfast here was fantastic we really enjoyed it think there was smoking rooms as there were ashtrays on our level overall good place to stay
"Best for Indians visiting to the International expo centre"
reviewed 12 October 2019 by Vinayakjuhi
This is the best place to stay if you are visiting the international expo centre. There is an Indian restaurant nearby walking distance(India Kitchen) and couple of small family marts that will fulfill all your needs. Will visit here again whenever i come to Shanghai for work.
This place was under construction for $50/night. It was not worth it. We ended up with bites on our shoulders. The bed was really stiff and the bathroom was dirty (Rom 308) there were 2 showers and one was more clean than the other so we used that one.
The only good thing was the location.
Room was ok. But no carpets in the room.(Wooden floor). Breakfast and dinner was ok.But no labels for foods.Labels for food is very useful for travellers to select their choices. Staff cannot communicate with English.So sad.No weighing balance in the room or in the reception.
this is not an international Hotel.
Our local client reserved a room here since it's close to their office, well after 3 night I moved out and paid myself to another hotel. this place it's for the local market.
probably it used to be good in the past, but nowadays its is not for foreigners.
the hotel is not clean...