Xinhua Hotel

No.50 Jinmen Road, Suzhou, Jiangsu, 215008, China
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Living in Shanghai and Working in Suzhou (or the other way around!)

by Boabsy

Hi - I've seen some old threads about this but I was after some more up to date info. My fiance's job is moving to Shanghai in July. I've been offered 2 jobs at international high schools - one in Suzhou and one in Wuxi. Is the daily commute either way possible??

Re: Living in Shanghai and Working in Suzhou (or the other way around!)

by gaolei

the commute could be very difficult if car or bus travel is involved. The traffic on the highway can be horrible. On a good day, it takes over an hour driving fast to get from Shuzhou to Shanghai. It may be faster if you ride to the Shanghai border and take the subway from there. I did that when I was working in Jinshan. The train may be a possibility.

If he is living and working in the pudong section of Shanghai, and most likely he is, it will add much more time to the commute. I would keep looking for a job in Shanghai.

Re: Living in Shanghai and Working in Suzhou (or the other way around!)

by ellyse

AFAIK, the international schools would be quite far from the train stations of their respective city. Have you considered that?
Also, I bet you wouldn't be staying near Shanghai main train station.
Both these factors considered, you would be looking at a daily commute (round-trip) of at least 4 hours for Suzhou, and 6 hours for Wuxi! :(

Travel Tips for Suzhou

Canals and bridges

by SLLiew

During my first trip to Suzhou, I enjoy bicycling with the masses along canals and over bridges.

In my trip last year, there are now more cars around. New roads are being built and maps are not updated fast enough.

Hope you will get to still see these two bridges. They are still there but a lot of new construction around them.

Pan Gate Scenic Area

by Willettsworld

Located in the south-west of the city, the Pan Gate Scenic Area features three famous landmarks - Riuguang Pagoda (one of the oldest in the city), Wu Men Bridge and the Pan Gate. Pan Gate is part of the ancient city wall built in 514 B.C. that surrounded and protected Suzhou.

Admission: Y25.


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