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Mar 9, 2012 04:55

Shanghai (Chinese: 上海; Shanghainese: Zånhae; Mandarin pinyin: Shànghǎi) is the largest city by population of the People's Republic of China (PRC) [6][7] and the largest city proper by population in the world.[8] It is one of the four province-level municipalities of the PRC, with a ... Details

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Mr. MARC
Jan 16, 2012 07:21

Take Subway line 9 to Dongjing, then local bus to Tian Ma Village. Then it is a 10 minute walk to the entrance. You can see the "Leaning Tower" from the road. The park closes at 4:30. ... Details

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Ms. SALLY
Oct 19, 2011 02:52

It was the first time that I had taken the plane and our destination is Shanghai. After finishing my lunch, I hurried to the Changle Airport with my boyfriend. We were so excited that we arrived at the airport 3 hours in advance.

No big deal! We got our boarding pass card and checked our luggage ... Details

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Oct 14, 2011 01:10

when I was in a cab I asked driver to take me to KTV with moderate cost and he drove me a place which looked like a commercial office building and someone at the lobby directed me to the lift and then to a KTV.....


Judging from the entrance I was a little hesistant, ... Details

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Mr. ERIC PAYNE
Apr 26, 2011 02:58

I had an opportunity to visit Shanghai last week, mid-April 2011. Shanghai always been my 'next' China destination, having been in Beijing twice (with the last visit was in Winter last year), so visiting Shanghai in Spring is naturally the next best thing ! It's really true for 34 of us who extremely ... Details

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Apr 3, 2011 19:10

First of all, it always stinks when forced to write a negative review. However, the truth may set you free...right!!? OK, so my fiancé and I currently live in Hangzhou and decided to sneak away for a 3 day excursion to Shangahai due to the long Tomb Sweeping national observance weekend. We wanted ... Details

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Ms. TINA
Mar 24, 2011 03:29

My friend and I visited Shanghai last summer. Just like London, cut through by the Thames, Paris, decorated by the Seine River and Danube, cultivated by the Danube and many other international metropolises, Shanghai also has such a river, the Huangpu River. Since the river is kind of the symbol ... Details

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Ms. NUNWAURA
Oct 9, 2010 11:32

I visited the Expo on early sunday morning Oct and managed to visit the Chinese pavilion with ease. whereas, my friend, who went there mid afternoon on the next day, and was not allowed to enter. The longest queue on that day (5-6hrs) was, Saudi Arabia pavilion (i was told, when the Expo just ... Details

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Mr. STANLEY
Oct 7, 2010 06:04

I think this Expo is more suitable for the Chinese locals who are mostly non-travelled and they don't mind what was provided, without complaints and just follow orders. As a tourist, I find this Expo a failure, at least they could easily planned it better, for instance, many queues are not necessary. ... Details

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Mr. STEVE P. J.
Jul 23, 2010 01:24

Recently I have visited the Expo with my tour group. There are totally 69 members in our group and all of us are disabled. There is something wrong with my legs. At first, I worried about that it was too difficult for disabled people like me to visit the Expo and I had no idea to go there. They ... Details

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