Wanshang Ruyi Hotel (Beijing Liupukang)

No.1 Liupukang North Street,Xicheng District, Beijing, Beijing Region, China
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Flights Beijing to Shanghai

by ciaramalone

I need to book a one way flight from Beijing to Shanghai for mid september. Can anyone recommend an airline or where to book online?

Re: Flights Beijing to Shanghai

by HansDK

The cheapest I found (via Momondo) was Hainan Airlines (€ 92). you can book on the airline's webpage.

whichbudget.com & skayscanner.net didn't give any hits.

Re: Flights Beijing to Shanghai

by johnmperry

look at english.ctrip.com
Also, consider taking the overnight train. It's around 500RMB (US$75).

Re: Flights Beijing to Shanghai

by OneNightInBangkok

Try http://www.elong.net/

Re: Flights Beijing to Shanghai

by OneNightInBangkok

I found tickets for as low as CNY450 (plus CNY 200 taxes) for mid-September. Fares at http://www.elong.net/ are lower if you book your ticket 2-3 weeks before.

Re: Flights Beijing to Shanghai

by nomad7890

I booked with Air China - it's a little tricky to get the right link, but I found it.

Just in case you're not aware, there are two airports in Shanghai - I was able to fly from/to Pudong but many other airlines use the older domestic airport which is across town.

Re: Flights Beijing to Shanghai

by ellyse

I would probably opt to fly with Hainan Airlines or Shanghai Airlines. Also, if you're accruing mileage on Sky Alliance, fly with Shanghai Airlines or Air China.
I have friends in Beijing who might be able to help sort you out. If necessary, drop me an email at ellyse99@yahoo.com and put "VirtualTourist" and your own username (eg ciaramalone) in the subject line, thanks.

Re: Flights Beijing to Shanghai

by wabat

Hi,

I have booked many flights using Ctrip.com and not ad any problems. They will deliver ticket to your hotel/accom in Beijing at which point you can pay them in cash. Very efficent.
Have a great trip.

Re: Flights Beijing to Shanghai

by polartraveller

There is a walk up city link service from BJ to Shanghai, flight leaves every hour between the two cities so chances is you will find a flight without pre-booking.

Re: Flights Beijing to Shanghai

by ancient_traveler

hello...
you can visit www.elong com for online reservation (domestic flight in china), theres complete schedule, airlines and fares.

aisa

Travel Tips for Beijing

Beijing Tip

by london.gal

Now, don't get Tiananmen Gate confused with the Forbidden City entrance. For clueless people: I have enclosed a pic below. The two are physically attached and there are no signs in English. I discovered to my horror, most European tourists end up buying the WRONG admission ticket most times. To find the Forbidden City ticket booths, keep on walking and walking northwards until you can't walk any further without PAYING!!!!! Easy enough? Now, go!!!!!

Hutong pedi-taxi

by easterntrekker

We felt like we were in the amazing race when we rounded the corner and all these uniformed bike drivers were there waiting to take us through the village. It felt a little silly but it was fun and relaxing being driven around through the narrow streets.

Houses of Summer Palace

by solopes

Everybody gets so dominated by the freshness and beauty of the gardens, that the temptation is to skip the houses, as a common detail. But I think it would be wrong. More than in the Forbidden City, the houses here give a more lively idea of their use, and though more discreet, they are also good examples of Chinese architecture.

Buy a lot of TEA!

by vic&michael

Tea makes a great souviner to take home and give away. Chinese teas come in many interesting forms. There are many flower teas that look beautiful and have a lovely fragrance, leaf teas with different fragrances, and a mix of flower and leaf teas. Created specially in a ball-shaped that opens up like a flower bud to show the flower in hot water.

If you go to Mailiandao street, it is a street with many tea shops. Walk down the road till you come to a large building, and it has many many tea shops inside. You will be hassled by the women inside until you sit down, relax and try their teas. You will be served many different types. Don't be scared to tell them if you don't like a certain tea's flavor. Choose the teas you want as you go, or pick your favorites at the end.

Michael and I bought aobut 6-7 different types of tea. We had a great time! And a good caffine buzz afterwards! haha. A great way to spend a rainy / relaxed day. 120 RMB / 500g tea (average)
But who buys 500g tea!? We just bought enough to fit into little containers. (which you can buy there).

Airbort Bus

by MikeySoft

There are also airport busses:

http://en.bcia.com.cn/traffic-manual/airport-bus.shtml

Please rate this and my other tips when you find them useful, interesting, or like the photos. Thanks.

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