Fabulous Speed Resort Hotel Shanghai

1 South Ande Road, (F1 Kassel Grimm Resort), Shanghai, Shanghai, 201805, China
Fabulous Speed Resort (Anting Xin Zhen)
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Midnight transportation from Pudong airport

by jamw198

I'll arrive at midnight so what options are available to get to the city centre? How much? How long?

Re: Midnight transportation from Pudong airport

by MikeySoft

A taxi will be around 140 rmb.

Re: Midnight transportation from Pudong airport

by ellyse

Or for cheaper, take the airport shuttle (there'll be only one left running) and alight at the stop nearest to your destination and then take a taxi.
My taxi ride recently almost at midnight cost almost 200 RMB.

Re: Midnight transportation from Pudong airport

by jamw198

Do you mean shuttle bus? Until what time does it operate? How long will it takes? Thanks for being so helpful!

Re: Midnight transportation from Pudong airport

by ellyse

Where exactly are you going in downtown Shanghai?
It's a shuttle bus that runs till the last flight lands.

Re: Midnight transportation from Pudong airport

by MikeySoft

"My taxi ride recently almost at midnight cost almost 200 RMB."

Sorry, I forgot the taxi fairs goes up at night.

Re: Midnight transportation from Pudong airport

by airbrush

Midnight taxi charges are expensive. I travel quite frequent to China. When you are in Rome follow the Roman do, when you are in China follow the Chinese do. What you can do is to pool two to four person going down town that will reduce your cost to travel down town. Then you can switch taxi downtown to your destination. Hope this work for you. I have no problem pooling people because is win win situation.

Re: Midnight transportation from Pudong airport

by gaolei

If you are not worried about a few extra RMB, taxi is the fastest. I know when I arrive at midnight, I just want to get to a hotel, so I choose taxi. I don't want to wait for bus or visit a half dozen hotels along the way to drop off passengers. Just get me to the hotel.

Read my warning about the airport taxi ripoff.

Re: Midnight transportation from Pudong airport

by jamw198

Thanks for all the helpful suggestions! You're all so wonderful!

Travel Tips for Shanghai

The best time to visit...

by alwaysatya

The best time to visit Shanghai is autumn. The temperature during this period is mild and rain is less likely than in spring and summer.
Shanghai's weather is moderate (annual average temperature is about 15 degrees centigrade) and the seasons are not as distinct as in the North. Shanghai is characterized by a warm spring, hot summer, cool autumn and cold winter.
Shanghai receives abundant rainfall and the average annual precipitation is over 1000 cm. The 'Plum Flower Rain' season (frequent light rain) is from from mid-June to early July with an average daily rainfall of 259 mm. During July and September, strong storms with torrential rain become frequent. However, it seldom snows in Shanghai.
Shanghai summers are hot and humid. July and August are Shanghai's hottest months with average highs of 27.4 degrees centigrade.
In winter, January is the coldest month, with a temperature average of 3 degrees centigrade.
All in all, it is best to go prepared with light clothing in summer and warm, heavy clothing in winter. Also, always prepare for rain by keeping an umbrella, but most hotels can equip you with one if needed!
Shanghai Weather
Month Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec
Ave. Highs 7.6 8.7 12.6 18.5 23.2 27.8 31.8 31.6 27.4 22.4 16.8 10.7
Ave. Lows 0.3 1.1 4.9 10.4 15.3 20.1 24.7 24.7 20.5 14.3 8.6 2.7

Local expat haunts @ Tong Ren Lu

by xuessium

A little bit of everything. This is where the local expats hang out and chill out. The road has a bit of everything - eating, drinking, merriment. "Xin Tian Di" is for tourists. The prices in Tong Ren Lu is more local. Why pay the extra just because you are a tourist?

Anytime is Shintori Time.....

by MaosRedArmy about Shintori (Number 7)

Shintori is a "chain" (I use this term loosely because each one has it's own unique personality, menu, and decor) of seven restaurants - 4 of which are located in Taipei and 3 in Shanghai.

I have only been to Number 7 (Chinese influenced cuisine) - which happens to be next door to Number 2 (Japanese influenced cuisine). When I enter the place, it feels like I could be anywhere in the world at a trendy restaurant lounge - LA, NYC, London, Tokyo... or, of course, Shanghai.

The food is unique and fantastic and the prices are surprisingly very reasonable. My only complaint is the bar - the drinks aren't stiff enough and the wait staff is not able to understand my drink order (a dry Absolut Martini), so I usually end up with something different than I ordered.

On my last trip, I was fortuante enough to have dinner with 3 VTers (for the first time ever) and it turned out to be a fantastic time.

For first timers, the restaurant has a secret code you will need to enter and there is also a surprise waiting when you want to use the bathroom ! I stay away from the main dishes and stick to the small dishes (Appetizers). There are so many good ones it's hard to list my favorites.

Nanjing Lu

by stmlnyc

A designated shopping bonanza. This won't be an issue when shopping here but one thing to get use to is that coin units under 1 yuan are broken into 10 so that two
5 jiao = one 10 jiao and ten 10 jiao = 1 yuan (like 10 dimes = $1).

And yes, lu does translate to road or street.

Shanghai 2005

by cmthomas

"A fascinating city"

This was our second visit to Shanghai, the first having been in 1989. What a difference! When last here the Pudong side of the river was factories and run down buildings. Now it is 5* hotels and condominiums. The photo is a view from the 27th floor of the Shangri-la Hotel looking west over the Huangpu River to the Puxi side of town through the haze.

"Pudong today!"

From the factories rose the great hotels and housing of today! The photo is looking east from The Bund showing modern day Pudong.


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