Cailin International Business Hotel

No.1010 Qishen Road, Minhang District, Shanghai, Shanghai Region, 201100, China
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Pudong Airport Bus

by MikeySoft

About how long does the number 2 bus take from Pudong airport to the City Air Terminal, near the Jing'an Temple? Flight arrival time is around 3:30 pm on a weekday.

RE: RE: Pudong Airport Bus

by emmet7

about one hour; more of course if it is traffic hour

RE: Pudong Airport Bus

by emmet7

about one hour; more of course if it is traffic hour

RE: Pudong Airport Bus

by polartraveller

If you can get across town in 1 hour on the bus consider yourself lucky, some days I cannot even do that on a cab. I usually stay close to the Jing'an area and it takes me 45 min to over an hour to cab over from Pudong. Now with the high speed train, it is much faster to take that and switch to subway.

RE: Pudong Airport Bus

by ellyse

You'll take at least 1 to 2 hours to come through immigration and international baggage claim. Thus you'll be arriving just in time for rush hour traffic! Don't count on being able to arrive at the other terminus of airport shuttle no.2 before 1830--1900.

RE: RE: Pudong Airport Bus

by MikeySoft

polartraveller, about how long does it take you using the Maglev Train then the Metro

RE: RE: Pudong Airport Bus

by ellyse

It takes about 10 mins to walk from arrivals to the Maglev terminus at the airport. Waiting time between Maglev departures is about 15-20 mins. The Maglev then takes about 7+ mins to reach Longyang Lu metro stop. From there to Jing'an Temple (9 stops) would take you perhaps about 30 mins. Thus in all you would take about 60-70 mins to reach the same spot, not that much faster than the airport shuttle, actually.

Travel Tips for Shanghai

Bridge shopping culture

by xuessium

Peddlars selling food items and trinklets can be found easily on some of the major bridges in Shanghai, especially the bridges near large shopping malls, tapping into the large flow of human traffic. Many of these illegal peddlars are from other poorer provinces, so sometimes you may find some interesting ethnic gems among the pile of crap they sell. Open your eyes, be ready to bargain and get out of their way when the Police comes catching.

You can get initial 10 Yuan off your Taxi Bill

by gauravkisan

The initial reading in your Taxi trip in Shanghai can be free for the following conditions as written behind the Taxi driver's seat.

Customers can refuse to pay the starting fare if the driver voilates any one of the eight regulations below:

1. Greetings, Thanks, Farewells extended by the driver during operation

2. Taxi in good appearence and driver in tidy uniform

3. The airconditioner and audio equipment in good condition and is used on the customers request

4. Taxi fare setteled according to the customer's satisfaction and receipt provided

5. Smoking is forbidden for driver inside taxi

6. Mobile phone usage is not allowed for driver during the operation

7. Reminding the front passenger of fastening of seat belt and no violation of traffic rules during operation

8. No spitting, vulgarities or throwing out of taxi

So enjoy the Taxi ride. It is not expensive and most of the drivers are honest. You may also find English speaking drivers sometines.

The Bund Museum

by SWFC_Fan

The Bund Museum is located on the ground floor of the impressive 1907 Signal Tower building towards the southern end of The Bund. I didn’t realise at first that the building housed a museum and in fact it was the rooftop terrace that first attracted my attention to this building, presenting a great opportunity for some panoramic photographs of the Bund, the Hunagpu River and the Pudong skyline. It was only when I reached the entrance that I saw a small sign for the museum.

It is a small and modest museum and entrance is free.

In a dark wood-panelled room, with antique-looking furniture, you will find a host of photographs lining each of the walls. These photographs show the changing face of the Bund throughout the decades and are accompanied by brief text descriptions in both Mandarin and English.

The early photos show a mid-1800s Bund with just a handful of simple low-rise buildings besides the river. By the mid 1900s, the Bund had grown into a much more thriving place and the photos show it to have been a bustling trading post with hundreds of boats docked alongside it and crowds of people in the street.

In truth, there isn’t much to keep you here for very long. There are perhaps 30 or 40 photos and, even if you read the accompanying texts of each and every photo, you’ll be hard pressed to spend more than 15 or 20 minutes browsing.

However, once you have finished enjoying the photographs, climb the wooden spiral staircase and you will find yourself in a cosy little bar and restaurant (called “Atanu” – see separate tip). Take a further flight of steps out onto the rooftop terrace and enjoy a drink while marvelling at the bird’s eye view of the Bund.

A modest museum displaying a small selection of photos of the historic Bund. Worth a passing glance as you make your way upstairs for a drink and a live view of the modern Bund!

Yu Yuan

by imstress

Yu Yuan is a Mandarin Garden designed by Pan Yunduan. It was dedicated to his father, Pan En.

Yu Yuan is a garden within a garden. Divided into two parts, the outer garden contains pavilions, rock gardens, ponds and a traditional theatre.

The inner garden consist of many pavilions.

It was restored in 1956 after extensive damage over the years.

day_shin's Shanghai Page

by day_shin

Had an amazing time in Shanghai. A beautiful city which has the potential to rival Hong Kong one day soon. Shanghai is definitely one of the more developed and advanced cities in Asia. I would definitely recommend a visit.

David's City Ratings - 'Shanghai'

Traffic: 8/10 (Great road and highway system which results in minimal traffic)

Public Transportation: 8/10 (Cleaner taxis and buses compared to other cities in China)

Pollution: 5/10 (Unfortunately, Shanghai needs to clear up it's air)

Entertainment: 8.5/10 (There's always something to do in Shanghai. Great nightlife for both locals and expats)

Shopping: 7/10 (Wide variety of clothes/accessories available at the markets/department stores. Imported goods widely available)

Overall rating : 7.5/10

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