Hai Yi Da Hotel

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No. 2166 Zhen Bei Rd, Shanghai, Shanghai, 200085, China
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Metro system

by jamw198

Do they have a travel card? If yes.....can I use it for ferry, airport bus & light rail?

Re: Metro system

by MikeySoft

They have a travel card for city buses, metro, and light rail. I do not know about airport bus or ferries. I got one at a shop, there is a charge for the card which you can get back before you leave Shanghai. However, I did not get the charge back because I did not have the time.

It is like a debit card, you do not get a discount for using the card like you do in Beijing. However the card is very convenient and saves you time.

The same card can also be used for Taxis.

Re: Metro system

by ellyse

Yes, they do.
It can be used on the metro, buses, light rail, across-Whampoa-River ferry (not the cruise ferries), taxis and I think perhaps also Maglev. Can be used on airport buses if the card reader is working, but most people usually pay by cash for those.

Re: Metro system

by jamw198

Well.....that's great!!

Where to buy the card? Can I get a full refund?
How many lines do the metro currently operate on?

I saw 3 lines mostly but I saw another map with up to 9 lines. Not sure which is the most current.

Re: Metro system

by ellyse

At the "human" ticketing booths at metro stops (ultra-busy ones might be out of stock), and yes you can get a full refund.
Lines in operation: 1 (red), 2 (green), 3 (yellow), most of 4 (purple), 5 (you probably won't need to use this AT ALL).

Re: Metro system

by jamw198

Where's the dock for the crossing river cruise? Can I find free metro map at the station?

Re: Metro system

by ellyse

On the Bund opposite Jinling Donglu.
You won't be able to get a map to take away with you, but the metro map is printed at various places in the metro stops.

Travel Tips for Shanghai

Shanghai Science and Technology Museum

by meteorologist1

At first I thought it was going to be another ordinary science museum, but the Shanghai Science and Technology Museum in Pudong was much better than I expected: live shows and demonstrations, lots of hands-on activities (including the chance to interact with robots and experiment with cutting-edge technology), and lots of exhibits to look at. I felt like it was a museum that actually teaches you science. There are also 3D IMAX theatres here. Definitely worth a visit if you have an extra day in Shanghai.

Expat hangout

by JCtheEE about Manhattan Bar

The Manhattan Bar has been a fixture in Pu Xi for years. On weekend nights it's completely packed with partiers drinking, socializing and dancing to the dj's mix. On weeknights there tends to be a decent crowd of expats. Malone's, a bar/restaraunt around the corner, also has a good crowd as well as western food.

Fusion Shanghai-Chinese food

by crewrower about Lynn, Modern Shanghai Cuisine

"Lynn serves up a modern version of sultry, pre revolution Shanghai. This gem of an eatery successfully combines competent cuisine, delectably plush quarters, and efficient service at non-signature prices"

That is how one write up in an expat rag in Shanghai goes. I mostly agree, and would say it's a good place if you are a foreigner who wants to try Shanghainese food but do not consider yoruself ultra adventurous. That's not to say they don't have some exotic things, but they also have some Chinese style "meat and potato" type dishes to fill you up too. The restaurant is laid out nicely, if not "delectably plush", but the wait staff, while professional and curteous, is very very slow. Lunch on a weekday can push 2 hours if you're with a group. It's like they've build a restaurant that can seat 200 people but a kitchen that can only cook for 30. Also have had situations where main course dishes don't arrive until an hour after ordering (it's Chinese style, so you get some main courses, but then when you think you're done and stuffed, a huge plate of ribs come out). On the other hand, if you're not in a hurry and don't mind waiting a bit, this might be your place. great selection of fresh juices. Most of them are priced at RMB 12, which is a bargain in a city where other places will ask 30-50 RMB for a juice or smoothie.

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Strolling the Bund Promenade

by Mez77

The Bund has been converted into a riverside promenade, the ideal place to take a leisurely stroll, watch the barge and ship traffic racing to and from the Yangzi delta, and admire the architecture: on one side the long wall of European colonial architecture from the past, and on the other, the rising wall of skyscrapers for the future. The promenade is wide and picturesque, but also crowded with visitors from around the world, including thousands from inside China. Try to visit during the day and night as you get two completely different perspectives.

"The Whore of the Orient"

by jodi&matt

"Nanjing Road"

Here is Jodi at the beginning of Nanjing Rd in Shanghai. This road is like a mini-Las Vegas, with all it's flashing lights and touts trying to get you into their shops & restaurants. Our hotel was very close to this road, so we spent many days and nights wandering up & down never to see the same thing twice. There are about 100 department stores within meters of eachother.

"The Bund"

Here is Matt in front of Jingmao Tower along the Bund. You can see all the office buildings of some major companies across the river. We took the sightseeing tunnel to the island. We crossed under the river.

"Jinmao Tower"

This is the 4th tallest building in the world. There are 3 observation decks. We saw the view from all 3 levels. Matt even went outside at the 2nd level, I think it's about 200m above sea level.


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