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Shanghai’s original walls live on in the curve of the streets that serve as the border to the old city. An aerial view shows a clear circular outline and parts of the original wall are preserved as monuments to the ancient past. The main tourist attraction of Yuyuan (which means Yu garden, though it is often redundantly referred to as Yuyuan Garden) draws hordes of tourists every day, but wandering the streets around the complex reveals more exciting attractions such as food and antique markets. There are also streets lined with shops peddling everyday wares such as Chinese dining ware and craft notions that can be even more enticing to visitors uninterested in the usual tourist fare.
Gorgeous and serene garden in the middle of the city. Yu Garden was the highlight of my time in Shanghai. It was crowded when I went, but somehow because of how big the garden is and how narrow a lot of the paths are, I still had lots of moments where it felt like I had the place to myself....
This is a small little oasis in the city, the best part was the Tea service, we must have tried ten different teas, learning about each one, their medicinal properties, and the ritual of making , serving and enjoying the different teas
Flea & Street Markets, Points of Interest & Landmarks
"Fun, but no bargains"
reviewed 2 weeks ago by Wendy S
Many gift, clothing, fine jewelry, and traditional medicine shops, but less haggling and fewer bargains than other places we went. Great ambiance to stroll around. Don't skip the garden, there's an entrance fee for it, but it's very impressive!
Right smack at the old quarter. It takes a lot of twist and turns if your coming from other parts of the quarter, especially the tea house. A bit smoky due to jos sticks but its a nice temple to visit on the list.
Perfect place for tea and something light to eat. This is in a VERY busy tourist area, so pick you time with care, Sundays is manic.
The view from the tea rooms is beautiful you can enjoy the tea and watch the world pass by. Its also a great place to take some beautiful photos and buy tea. Try the...
Not sure what to expect when we went here.
We were first amazed by how friendly the staff were. no easy going and trusting .
Then the tea . it was best tea I have had in years and I we are tea drinkers by genetic makeup. So we know tea .
I will be back and spend more time...
₹₹ - ₹₹₹ • Italian, Chinese, International, American, Bar
"Happy hour "
reviewed 6 days ago by NettyA
We enjoyed our meals here which included vegetarian pasta and shrimp gnocchi. Both were delicious. And a bonus was it being happy hour, so two drinks for the price of one. They had some very nice Chilean white wine.
Service was very friendly. Recommended.
You have to come to this Shaoxing restaurant with a local, because it's in an obscure area of town, the menu is in Chinese, and the staff don't speak English. You also have to be open-minded and adventurous, as unlike other Chinese regional cuisines, Shaoxing is more 'rural' in flavour. Specialities include fried stinking tofu, drunken chicken (the version here...
We were told by our guide that this was a staple of Shanghai dumplings. It is absolutely a machine when it comes to pumping out hundreds of dumplings for all of the people in this place. The dumplings were good, but nothing to write home about.
예원역에서 가깝습니다. 도보 5분정도 거리입니다. 외관은 낡았지만 내부는 잘 되어있습니다. 청결도는 엄청 좋지는 않지만 깨끗한 편입니다. 또한 가격은 정말 합리적이고 조식도 맛있습니다.
It is close to yuyuan garden Station and 5 mins by walk. The exterior is old but the interior is neat. Cleanliness is not very good but clean. And the price of the room is very reasonable.
"Great location, close to metro makes travelling convenient"
reviewed today by yarnsintl
The hotel rooms are well sized and if you have 3 or more in room, they have larger suites. Metro is across the street and many attractions can be reached by metro. The rooms are clean and when I left the do no disturb sign on for 2 days I got a friendly note from customer service asking if everything...
Stayed here for 2 nights on a business trip.
Upmarket Hotel with excellent rooms, including a separate lounge area in your room.
I was on business, so free time was very limited, however the proximity to the Bund allowed for a nice walk in the evening, from where you can see the Pearl Tower (although it’s on the other side...
Booked this hotel on a "Mystery 4 Star" deal through Wotif. I was very nervous after looking up TripAdvisor once I knew hotel name.
Well... we were pretty happy / lucky.
I requested non smoking, and quiet room. We got room 6033, well towards back of the hotel, but we're very happy with our room. A little stale air -...
The hotel’s location was great. Shopping and restaurants just a street away.
You can walk to the Bund if you’re comfortable with it. Yu garden is walkable too.
The hotdog cafe was where we had our breakfast as their restaurant is currently being renovated. It was good too.
I stayed on the 5th floor (the hotel has 6 floors). I...