Explore! Tong Ren Tang TCM Pharmacy

In 1669, the 8th year of Emperor Kangxi’s reign of the Qing Dynasty (1644-1911), Tong Ren Tang was established by Yue Xianyang who served as a senior physician of the royal court of the Qing Dynasty.

In 1702, the company relocated within Beijing to the address from which it has operated ever since.

In 1723, Tong Ren Tang was appointed the sole supplier of medicinal herbs/herbal medicines to the royal court of the Qing Dynasty by Emperor Yongzheng and remained in that position until the collapse of the Qing Dynasty in 1911.

Today, Tong Ren Tang provides high quality TCM and Western medications. Their dispensing pharmacy compounds thousands of TCM prescriptions each day.

Our hotel is walking distance from the Bund; an area with dozens of historical buildings, lining the Huangpu River.

At the end of the 19th century, the Bund housed numerous banks and trading houses from the United Kingdom, France, US, Italy, Russia, Germany, Japan, Netherlands and Belgium, as well as the consulates of Russia and Britain.

Today, it is the hub of tourism in Shanghai. The wide walkway on the Huangpu River offers spectacular views of modern Shanghai architecture and the busy river traffic.

Skyscrapers dominate the horizon, with the Oriental Pearl Tower capturing the eye of every visitor.

At a height of 1,535 feet, the Tower is home to the local TV and radio stations. There are fifteen observation levels; the highest at 1,148 ft.

There is a revolving restaurant at the 876 ft level.

The Tower also contains exhibition facilities, restaurants and a shopping mall.

There is also a 20-room hotel called the Space Hotel between the two large spheres.

At night, the exterior lights change in color and design, creating a sight unmatched anywhere.

In the evening, a popular activity is to take a cruise on the Huangpu River, to enjoy the splendor that is Shanghai at night.

Our hotel is also walking distance to Nanjing Road, the neon splendored walking street that rivals the Ginza in Tokyo. It is “shopping heaven” with numerous upscale shops and restaurants. It is also a great place for people watching.