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Nanshe Hostel
4.8/5128 Reviews
Chongming Island, Changxing Island, Hengsha Island
During the summer vacation, I took the elderly and children to visit the Xisha Pearl Lake. I chose Nanshe Homestay, which is adjacent to the scenic spot, and booked two suites, both of which are very clean and tidy. Another reason for recommending this homestay is that in addition to breakfast, the homestay can also provide lunch and dinner. Orders can be ordered in advance. Food, lodging and transportation are very convenient! The owner’s homestay is very elegant, the courtyard has a unique taste, and the price is very high. It is recommended to check in the surrounding Pearl Lake Park and Xisha Wetland Park, which are only 2-3 kilometers away, which is very convenient.
Mingting·Jinshan City Beach Shanghai
4.5/51266 Reviews
Jinshan City Beach Area
Shanghai was unblocked, and I brought my baby to Jinshan to see it. I booked this hotel. At first, I saw a parent-child room, but after a little hesitation, it was booked out~ Then I immediately booked a balcony double bed~ I communicated with the hotel by phone before. I think it would be better if there is a parent-child room, but it is too popular. I am sure that there is no parent-child room, and the twin room is maintained. When I arrived at the store, I learned that the hotel helped us upgrade the re-examination room, and the room type is the same as the parent-child room! Very sweet and amazing! Thank you to the lady who communicated on the phone at that time and the lady at the front desk who I met at the check-in~ and Xiao Gu who checked out~ and the aunt who sent the fruit. They are all very kind service staff! I will still stay at this hotel when I go to Jinshan in the future~ I am very impressed with our Dragon Boat Festival!
The Yuluxe Sheshan, Shanghai, a Tribute Portfolio Hotel
4.8/57323 Reviews
Sheshan, Songjiang University Town
The service was always on point and the staff is very friendly and willing to assist. The location is perfect and it's easy to move around. The shopping mall is not far. If you don't have a car you can easily use a Didi and it'll take you wherever you wish to go. The room was spacious and very clean. The only downside is that we didn't have a lot of food options during breakfast, as we're vegans. Most food items had meat, sea food or eggs. Hopefully I'll find more food options without meat, seafood or eggs, as I'll be coming back in the near future.
Yuanyuge Guesthouse
4.6/566 Reviews
Jinshan City Beach Area
This time I stayed at this hotel is the first five-star country homestay in Shanghai, facing the sea, facing Jinshan Island and Fushan Island. On the first floor, it also operates seafood restaurants and Xinjiang specialties, because the proprietress is from Xinjiang and the boss is from Shaanxi. Although it is called ”Jinshanzui Fishing Village”, Jinshan has no fishing industry for a long time. These seafood are from Zhoushan. There are many people driving from the city to eat seafood on weekends, and parking spaces are tight. We didn't drive this time, the bus was very smooth, the subway to the South Station took the Jinshan Railway and then changed to the Shinan Special Line to the hotel, to the attractions called the car very quickly, save parking trouble. Thanks to the boss's reminder, I saw the sunrise smoothly in the morning. Stayed for two nights, the hotel sent two tickets to Jinshan City Beach Scenic Area. This time I also went to Jinshan Museum, Jinshanwei Anti-Japanese War Memorial Park, and visited Jinshanzui Old Street. Xiangyu Lake has a music fountain performance at night. Report the name of the hotel to the old street old name eat yellow fish noodles can also discount. One problem is that the nucleic acid test point is really far away.
Floral B&B
4.8/5186 Reviews
Chongming Island, Changxing Island, Hengsha Island
This store has a small building and a row of wooden houses. The yard is also carefully designed, with a small bridge and flowing water, a trampoline for children to play on, and a seesaw. The ground is paved with lawn, gravel, wooden floors, and trees and flowers planted in the yard. You can have a barbecue, the wooden house is designed as an independent courtyard, the room is clean, and it is especially suitable for people with pets to live in the wooden house. The dog can have a space to move without disturbing other residents. The service in this restaurant is also very good, warm and thoughtful. The food in this restaurant is delicious. The ingredients are all grown at home and are very fresh. You must eat the boiled chicken when you enter this restaurant. The taste is top-notch. Pumpkin porridge for breakfast. The homemade bread is delicious, especially the homemade pickles. They even gave us some as a gift when we left. We were very happy. During the holidays, I would like to bring the elderly and children with relatives and friends to visit Chongming. I recommend this hotel.
Hyatt Regency Chongming
4.8/58471 Reviews
Chongming Island, Changxing Island, Hengsha Island
Amazing dog friendly hotel, and they really do think about what dog owners want, such as dogs allowed in the restaurant, dog pool and a garden to the room. Loved it and wish could have stayed longer- however isn’t cheap! Food at breakfast and dinner was great. 30 mins away from Dong wetlands

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Unveiling the Enigmatic Charm of Shanghai: A Must-Experience Delight

Shanghai, a metropolis where old-world charm merges seamlessly with modern marvels, offers an array of unique experiences that are bound to captivate any visitor. Embark on a journey through time as you stroll along the historical Bund, where stunning colonial architecture stands tall against the backdrop of towering skyscrapers. Explore the enchanting Yuyuan Garden, a tranquil oasis amidst the bustling city, renowned for its classical Chinese design and serene atmosphere.

Encounter the vibrant pulse of Shanghai's nightlife as you wander through the neon-lit streets of Xintiandi, a trendy district brimming with stylish bars, restaurants, and boutiques housed in charming Shikumen-style buildings. Immerse yourself in the local culture by attending a captivating traditional Chinese opera performance at the Shanghai Grand Theatre, where ancient tales come to life on stage.

Convenient Locations for First-Time Visitors

The Bund: A picturesque waterfront area offering stunning views of the city skyline and iconic landmarks.

Nanjing Road: China's premier shopping street, lined with a plethora of stores, malls, and luxury boutiques.

Xintiandi: A trendy entertainment district with a blend of traditional Shikumen architecture and modern establishments.

Yu Garden: A peaceful retreat showcasing classical Chinese gardens, intricate pavilions, and charming tea houses.

Oriental Pearl Tower: An architectural marvel that provides unparalleled panoramas of Shanghai from its observation decks.

Tianzifang: A labyrinth of narrow alleyways bursting with quirky shops, art galleries, and cozy cafes.

Better to Know Before Visiting Shanghai

Before embarking on your Shanghai adventure, it's essential to keep a few things in mind. Firstly, obtaining a valid Chinese visa is necessary for most international visitors. Additionally, ensuring you have a reliable translation app or phrasebook can greatly facilitate communication with locals, as English proficiency may vary.

It's worth mentioning that carrying a small amount of Chinese currency (renminbi) in cash is advisable, as not all establishments accept international credit cards. Lastly, familiarize yourself with basic cultural customs, such as respecting personal space and removing your shoes when entering certain establishments.

Effortless Transportation in Shanghai

Shanghai boasts a well-connected transportation system that ensures hassle-free exploration of the city. Upon arrival at Shanghai Pudong International Airport, travelers can conveniently access the city center via the high-speed Maglev train or opt for a taxi service.

For those arriving by train, Shanghai Railway Station and Hongqiao Railway Station serve as major transportation hubs. The extensive metro network, spanning across the city, offers a cost-effective and efficient means of getting around, connecting popular attractions and neighborhoods. Additionally, abundant taxi services and ride-hailing apps provide convenient transportation options tailored to individual preferences.

Indulge in Shanghai's Culinary Delights and Dazzling Entertainment

Shanghai is a culinary paradise where food lovers can savor an array of delectable flavors. Delight your taste buds with the iconic xiaolongbao, steamed soup dumplings filled with savory goodness, or indulge in mouthwatering local dishes such as "lion's head" meatballs and "beggar's chicken."

After satiating your appetite, immerse yourself in Shanghai's vibrant nightlife scene. From trendy rooftop bars with awe-inspiring views to lively jazz clubs and traditional tea houses, Shanghai offers an abundance of entertainment options to suit every taste.

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