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Famous historical and cultural water town of China. Yes, well-preserved and typical reflection of old town. Enjoy the boat ride and the scenic view of this historical heritage. I am very fascinated by this Fengjing ancient town.
Still in Shanghai and need 2 hours to get here. First, ride metro then bus then need to walk around 10 minutes and finally we got here. But its all worth it. The temple has unique architecture not like typical temple and we can saw cool view from upstairs. Entrance fee is 30 kuai.
Very nice half day to see the painter village, 1 hour far from Shanghai(entrance fee). Farmers families selling their paintings (good price for hand paintings). Most of the time representing the country side way of life.
As a non Chinese person I did not feel welcome here (laowai this, laowai that etc) and it does not feel like 'foreigners' are allowed! The very fake beach was awful and the water was dirty. It is really far away from Shanghai city center and I would never go back again. Think it was 50RMB to get in. Food...
This restaurant, although not very large, stands out in it's environment due to it's ambiance, with a myriad of Chinese lanterns and masses of bamboo decorations.
At night time the restaurant looks warm and inviting. The staff are pleasant, and keen to help.
Food is well presented, and very tasty, and.... extremely inexpensive. We over indulged, with seven dishes, the...
"An excellent family restaurant in Jinshan, Shanghai"
reviewed September 18, 2014 by Alan P
Have used this restaurant regularly for three years. Recent menu updates have brought the restaurant to the fore, the presentation of the food is outstanding, and the taste lives up to the visual promised. Serves all kinds of traditional village food, including Hunan, Sichuan, and Dongbei.
Private rooms available, although we prefer to dine in the main hall,...
"A quality pleasant hotel. Recommended place to stay in Jinshan"
reviewed March 4, 2018 by retrojects
As mentioned in other reviews, the hotel is a bit older and dated, but don't let this put you off. The executive rooms are of a high standard, especially compare to most other Chinese hotels. The rooms are large and spacious, and clean. The hotel is non-smoking, so you don't have to put up with old stale smells either. The...
In one word Awesome. When one of my Buddy of Engineering education suggested Royal Court Madurai for our stay during the trip in October we felt probably run of Mill affair. He was very sure of his recommended tips. It turned out to be extremely excellent choice for our stay. The moment we were picked up from airport given a...
It’s the best hotel of this industry zone, barbershop,massage shop, 24 hours convenient store, movie theater, fried chicken shop , walk distance OK. Low price but got good room, recommended this property .