Our Shanghai Trip – Part 3

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We often heard people say that pictures speaks a 1000 words. For that reason, I’m going to continue to share some of the selected photos when we were in Shanghai last month (last year). If you just know Cyza Sector, you might want to refer to my 2 previous post on the introduction of our journey to Shanghai, part 1 and part 2.

I won’t bore some of you with a flux of our Shanghai photos. I will gradually publish some of the photos and a little bit of its description underneath it. There are many interesting stories to be revealed, a bunch of wonderful experiences to be shared and also bad experience for us to warn those who plan to travel to this non-English speaking country. Beware of Shanghai scam! In case you plan to go to any part of China or any country, you better google about potential scam in that country. This will alert you and make you aware of any potential you will fall under a well plan trap.

shanghaitourcityprogramMe and my other half in the heart of Shanghai City. It is winter and the whether is very cold (between 0 – 6 celcius). The day is a bit gloomy unlike the earlier day which has more sunshine.

shanghaielectricbusElectric bus like this should be introduced in our country. It saves the environment from the pollution combustion from a diesel run bus engine. Malaysia must do something to prevent the release of carbon monoxide and carbon dioxide from automobile. Otherwise, in a few years time, we will live in a filthy and unhealthy environment. Department of Environment (DOE) and Road Transport Department (JPJ) should do something to lessen the release of those toxic gases.

shanghaipeoplesquaresecretcompartmentThis is a secret compartment in an underground shop attach to the metro. I forgot the name of this place. They brought us here to show us to some of their quality fake products. The shop owners manage to create some space for this…I think our country also has something like this. Maybe…

shanghaipeoplesquareThis is the underground shopping place which are widely available in Shanghai. It is good to have something like this in our country because it helps to lessen the congestion on the real ground. Real ground means between air and underground…haha…

shanghaimosquecityThis is the mosque that we visited to perform our prayer on the first day. The second day, we went to another mosque. They don’t have heater for the absolution water. We were freaky freezing when taking our wudhu’.

shanghaimoneyexchangeIf you want to travel to China or other country, please take note of this. Some countries won’t accept Malaysia Ringgit. Hence, RM is useless if you are at those countries. Our money runs out and we cannot change our Malaysia Ringgit because non of the banks accepted our currency. Hence, it is wise to bring US dollars instead as a spare cash if you travel abroad. Some nearby countries like Singapore, Thailand, Indonesia and Brunei have no problem accepting Malaysia Ringgit.

shanghaibreakfast1This is what I consume on my breakfast everyday in the hotel. Is it good? Well, actually this was the first course for me. After that, I had 2nd, 3rd and 4th round…aha… Most that I consumed are vegetarian products.

shanghaipedestriantunnelIn the heart of the city again. There are many exits and entrance for the Metro (subway). Hence, you need to know the exact location of where you want to go and get to the right exit. Otherwise, you have to make a long walk!

shanghaipeoplesquaremapMe, in front of an interesting arch somewhere in People’s Park, Shanghai. There are a mixed of modern and old architecture in Shanghai city, just like the one in Paris.

shanghaisolarpanelThis is what I love to see. Solar Panel utilization in the city. This is not the only place solar panel being utilized. There are many more solar panels available in Shanghai city. I hope our country can also start using this type of renewable energy to provide clean energy instead of burning the fossil coal and petroleum for electricity. Don’t you think so? And guess what, I’ll be working on my home solar project soon after I complete my Ph.D.

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19 thoughts on “Our Shanghai Trip – Part 3”

  1. Benjy suda VOTE Cyza di Blogger & Media Sosial Awards 2012 mohon support juga benjy di kategory ‘worst blog’ itulah yang layak untuk Benjy …isk..isk..isk.. :(

  2. haha…china mmg vege…ssh nak jmpa mknan daging kat sana…huh…tp klu gi china ni mmg ssh sikit kan?ada gi melawat bdn2 gov. dia tak??btw..bab2 harga pun byk penipu sana..ho ho..depa buka harga tinggi belaka…tpi klu kita pndi pusing…blh lah dpt harga murah..haha

  3. Makan daging or ayam boleh di kedai halal. But it is advisable to charter a tourist guide rather than travel alone by yourself. Visit to other places will be revealed in future posts ok Farah…

  4. Only if I can speak their language and adapt to their food, I’ll consider staying there during winter only…haha

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