Hankar Enterprise Apartments Shanghai

No 1288 South Yanggao Road Pudong Shangh, Pudong, Shanghai, 200127, China
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bus to airport

by knapplau

Is there a bus that goes from downtown Shanghai to the Pudong airport? If so, does it operate after 8pm?

RE: bus to airport

by neverstoptravel

you may take airport shuttle no.2 departs from city air terminal at jin an temple, not far from jc mandarin hotel and shanghai center/ritz-carlton hotel.

RE: RE: bus to airport

by Helenbb

yes. airpot shuttle bus.

Depends on where you are .

if you are near Jin An temple. take line no. 2

if you are near Xu Jia Hui,take line no.3

if you are near Hong Kou Football Stadium , take line no.4

if you are near ZhongShan Park, then line no. 6

RE: RE: bus to airport

by Helenbb

hi . i found below link. hope this will be more helpful:


have a nice trip in Shanghai :)

RE: bus to airport

by ellyse

Or actually, where would you be leaving from? I could tell you directly which would be the best option (of airport shuttle) for you to take.

RE: RE: bus to airport

by troehr

There are actually ten of the shuttle buses that leave from different parts of the city. I used the #4 from the football stadium. It only costs 18rmb and does not really take much longer to get to the airport.

RE: bus to airport

by Lance_in_shanghai

And lastly, bus number 5 goes to the Shanghai Railway Station. I caution others against calling these shuttle buses. They are just regular busses, although with luggage space below. They make quite a lot of stops along the way. Pay 20 Y for number 5 bus. Change made on board when you pay.

Travel Tips for Shanghai

Take the plunge!

by sugarpuff

Whether it is the May Day holiday or the October National Day holiday, main cites across the country will be SWAMPED with tourists, both national and international. It is an incredible sight....something I certainly had never seen before that's for sure!!!

I was in Shanghai last October holiday and the maount of people who take to the streets on either of these two national holidays is colossal! Truely outstanding! The photo on this page which i urge you to open, was taken from the top floor of The Peace Hotel on The Bund!!! Can you believe it...were my eyes really telling me the truth...they couldnt be surely.....but oh yes they were!!! For those who have been there on normal working days, you will recognise this street as having lots of traffic...but for these holidays, they block everything off and it's all pedestrinised....! CRAZY!!!!

So a little culture tip for.....during the May Day and October National Day holidays...please PLEASE just stay at home!!!!! Unless you like the feeling of claustrophobia..hee hee!!!

New Railway station: South Railway station

by maria_hz

For at least the last 2 years, the South Railway station in Shanghai has been under construction, but during suimmer 2006 it was inaugurated and for travellers to Zhejiang province destinations and beyond, the old Meilong station with its barracks and long stairs is now a quaint old memory.

The South railway station is huge and looks more like an airport than a train station. Finding your way in can be a bit of a challenge, and also finding the ticket counter and the waiting room. For the waiting room, most of them are located in the middle of the top floor, just below the cupola of the round building that is the train station, and you can get in at several entrances and then make your way to the right waiting room. For those of you with soft seat tickets, the waiting room is actually at the edges of the building and it is called First Class in English, not soft seat, and not all of them are open (at least weren't when I was there). From there you will have to walk a little to get to the platform, but just follow the stream of people going when your train is announced (no English on the light boards).

The South station is well connected to the metro, but still taxi organisation leaves much to be desired. The taxis are few and far between and when I was there, they weren't even stopping at the designated area and the two guards there could or would do little to keep people in line and order. I ended up elbowing my way to a taxi and refusing a few black taxis along the way. My colleague tells me that the locals have been complaining about this so I hope there will be improvements soon.

great little restaurants!

by rabbit06 about Chamate

These are great little restaurants which are all over Shanghai.
Clean, tidy, nice decor with ok service for either lunch or dinner. Maybe sipping some chinese tea with freinds or for Rabbit a few beers!! We did eat at a few of these restaurants as they are very affordable and convenient. The special broth really stands out in their beef dishes, which are very tasty and there is always a side bowl of their delious beef mince!
For the price you can not go wrong!

Shanghai skyline

by tini58de

The skyline of Shanghai is a fabulous view - no matter from where you look! Of course, the view from the Bund acrosse the Huang Pu river is the most spectacular, but it is great from any other place as well!!


by kedi

From Kobe/Osaka the weekly voyage to Shanghai. Those port terminals are near the city center. Why don?ft you enjoy voyage?

You can get Boat-Visa for China.
it is easy way to get visa on the boat.
The fee about 90USD.


Suzhou, you can visit there as the short trip from Shanghai.


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