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I took the taxi from Shanghai central and almost took an hour to reach. The only reason I did so as I read it is difficult to reach by train. The fact is, you CAN come here by train. And it costed me minimal Yuan...More
This mosque is worth seeing as one of three sites very near to the metro station Zuibaichi on line 9. I was looking for a typical dome and so very naïvely, passed the mosque a few times! My more worldly friend however eventually found the...More
Songjiang was actually a separate city from Shanghai for many centuries. It is located about 41 km from the centre of modern Shanghai, so it is still really a satellite town today, even though it is the end of the Shanghai Metro. Probably for much...More
This is great place to visit, because it has the nice amalgamation of ancient-medieval Buddhist and Islamic architecture and traditions. When I visited Shanghai I was certain not to go after the modern skyscrapers, but instead explore the glorious cultural past of this great nation!...More
On the outskirts of Shanghai is a little mosque, fully restored and a beautiful, tranquil place to visit.
It is a good idea to make a day of it when visiting Songjiang, come here, visit the square pagoda and wander around Thames town too. It...More