One of the worth visiting palaces in Shanghai.Located along the Yuyuan Garden.Looks amazing in evening with a colorful illumination pattern. Full of Hustle nad Bustle. One can enjoy shopping and eat Shanghai snacks from the Area.And ofcourse Chinese Traditional Tea
The simple and elegant teahouse is the preferred place for Chinese and foreign tourists to enjoy the long time of afternoon tea by listening to and commenting on the teas. In the busy area, the Oriental tea ceremony culture precipitates quietly. The profound tea culture flows quietly here. Women dressed in ancient clothes make tea, and the long aftertaste tea fragrance covers their mouths. They enjoy it very much.
Huxinting Teahouse is a two-storey tea house with different prices. It is a set meal charged by the head. If you have time, you can look at the lake view here and see the crowd. It's easy to overlook the lake view at the center of Jiuquqiao Bridge. It's also a place where some 35 friends gather together for the performance of evaluating bullets. It's absolutely cost-effective.
Ancient architecture, unique style, beautiful scenery, the illusion of paradise,
Many people in Shanghai can really sit here quietly for a while, about 60 per capita.
a lake tearoom
Shanghai Minhang Baolong Emmy Hotel, 1. The receptionist's attitude is poor. He flies to Shanghai from Shenzhen at three o'clock in the evening. The waiter plays with himself without any guidance. When asked, it was as rigid as if I owed her millions. 2. To the room, a little taste, endure, too tired, quickly rest. 3. Get up the next morning, wash the dishes and find no slippers. Contact the front desk for help and send it to me. After I wash it, blow my hair, lie in bed and rest until I check out. Management problems, staff quality and communication efficiency can be seen. 4. Quickly change to another hotel and stay in so many big hotels, which makes me feel too bad. I'll comment everywhere to see if I can dispel my resentment.
Huxinting Teahouse, known as "the first teahouse on the sea", is the oldest and most famous teahouse in Shanghai. It is also one of the existing ancient architectural landscapes in Shanghai and the earliest place of Shanghai Chamber of Commerce. Tea houses are located in pavilions and gardens with protective Ming and Qing dynasties. They have become one of the symbols of Shanghai's humanistic history, and have profound cultural connotations and inheritance of cultural characteristics.