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Not too far from the Yu Garden, maybe a 10minute walk, southbounds then cross the street on the overpass walkways and it's right on the corner of the main junction. Quieter than I was expecting initially but then came alive closer to the prayer time....More
Attended friday prayers at this mosque. It fills up by around 1230pm so its better to be there earlier to get a good place. By prayer time its full. There is no heating on in the prayer hall so it is cold in winter. Outside...More
The mosque built in 1917 has recently been renovated and expanded. It's beautiful and clean but I've been here several times and never seen anyone except the guard.
Date of experience: September 2011
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Shanghai’s original walls live on in the curve of the streets that serve as the border to the old city. An aerial view shows a clear circular outline and parts of the original wall are preserved as monuments to the ancient past. The main tourist attraction of Yuyuan (which means Yu garden, though it is often redundantly referred to as Yuyuan Garden) draws hordes of tourists every day, but wandering the streets around the
complex reveals more exciting attractions such as food and antique markets. There are also streets lined with shops peddling everyday wares such as Chinese dining ware and craft notions that can be even more enticing to visitors uninterested in the usual tourist fare.