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This place is kind of fun. It feels like a tourist trap but you see very few western tourists.
You can find your scorpions and larvas on spears and other interesting things but you will most likely not buy much of the other tourist stuff...More
Pay a short visit over there after whole week workshop in Shanghai. I love the view, the ambient, the food over there. Have a few bottle beer under that lovely ambient and environment.
May be it summer time there, stil feel warm during night time.
We travel in a taxi from Pudong to Qibao and make the taxi wait for us! We spend about 2/3 hrs in the area. Clean and safe with lots of little narrow cute streets full of STREET FOOD! I love that and I tried Scorpio!...More
I had some meetings in Shanghai and my wife was researching what to do and found Qibao. There are various water villages from a variety of timelines. As I understand it, Qibao id the newest and also the closest to Shanghai City Center. Took us...More
Walking path full of small shops selling various items from souvenirs, traditional costumes and exotic China good. Nice ambience and view with small bridges over a small river. A truly good sight of old Shanghai.....
Nice way to while away a couple of hours if in this part of Shanghai. Nice little shops and food street, real contrast to the surrounding area. No need for tickets, just stroll in. Does seem to get quite busy at the weekend, but nothing...More
Qibao is a water town inside sprawling Shanghai. As such, it is easy to get to on Metro Line 9. It has old streets, canals and the usual small tourist shops. It also has a Cricket Museum where you can learn the history of these...More
This was the best place I have been to in Shanghai. Loved the atmosphere, the food markets the history behind it. It is much quiet and less busy compared to other attractions we have been to in Shanghai. Takes a bit of time via metro...More
Somewhere near Qibao (Line 9) subway is the old town. A fun place to see and good for cheap, local food. I particularly liked the Quails Eggs but the coffee was too weak! But I didn't go for coffee or small eggs.
Walking down the...More