Hanting Express (Shanghai Hongkou Football Studio Second)

No.420 Xijiangwan Road, Hongkou District, Shanghai, Shanghai Region, 200083, China
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Airport to Hotel

by tarasflowers

What's the best way to get from Pudong Airport to the Grand Hyatt? Is there some kind of coach bus we can hop on?

Is there a close metro stop in walking distance to the hotel?

Also, does anyone know what the cab fare would be? Thanks!

Re: Airport to Hotel

by tarasflowers

thanks tim!

Re: Airport to Hotel

by lindyz

Im not sure where the Grand Hyatt is - but the Maglev one way is about $10 (50yn) and also apparently a 10yn discount if you present your e-ticket. So that makes it cheaper and it goes about 400kph!

Re: Airport to Hotel

by ellyse

"Best" is subjective. What time does your flight arrive? How many of you are there and how much luggage do you have?
$40?? What currency is your $ in?
No direct airport shuttle from Pudong airport to your hotel
The hotel is probably about 10 mins walk from Lujiazui stop on metro line 2 (green). Look on http://www.exploreshanghai.com/metro for a good interactive map of Shanghai's metro system.

Re: Airport to Hotel

by Lance_in_shanghai

The MagLev train doesn't get you very close, and I would bet after getting off it and taking a taxi, it would be no faster than the cheap local bus service. Airport bus 6 (get on at the lower level, pay cash on board for ticket) costs 15-20 RMB by my estimate since the amount depends on the place you get off. And the getting off place is the stop just before you go into the tunnel to go under the river. Don't depend on the driver stopping, If no one says "Let me off", he won't stop unless the light is red. Driver and ticket vendor don't speak a word of English, so say "sui dao qian de zui hou yi zhan" ("last stop before tunnel") or draw a simple diagram of a bus going towards a tunnel with waves above it. You need to tell this (or show the drawing) to the ticket vendor to be sure you don't overpay, and to the driver. When you get off, take a taxi to the hotel, 11 RMB. The bus isn't a joy if you have a lot of luggage. A taxi from door to door would be 120-180RMB depending on the time of day (fare is higher after 10pm).

To get your bearings, there is a map at this link:
http://shanghai.grand.hyatt.com/hyatt/hotels/services/maps/index.jsp?icamp=propMapDirections

Re: Airport to Hotel

by ellyse

Actually, my experience with the airport shuttles is that they'll stop at each stipulated stop. There're usually people getting off at each stop anyway.

Travel Tips for Shanghai

Fashion & Accessories

by Azri_Azmi about Fenshine Fashion & Accessories Plaza

I visited this place twice to fulfill my shopping needs. There's even a bank at the Ground Floor (Bank of China) whereby we can easily do our currency exchange here if we are in need of cash RMB as all of the shops in here does not accept major credit or charge card.

This plaza offers many small outlets that sells :-

1) Clothes (man, woman & children)
2) Accessories (watches, pearl bracelets/necklace, belt etc.)
3) Bags
4) Shoes
5) Table cloth / Bedsheet / Bed spread etc.

As an advise or tips for shopping. Please do survey to the maximum to each outlet so that you can select/choose the right/reasonable price of the item that you wanted to buy. The trick is, if you wanted to buy a jacket, go to one outlet then from the opening price by the seller, bargain it for 70% (e.g if RMB100.00, bargain to RMB30.00). If the seller do not want to accept our price, said thank you then straightly walk out from the shop, just see the reaction of the seller whether he/she will call you back to bargain more or agree with your price. If there's no reaction from them, we should know that our price is not reasonable for them. Go to the next shop, select the same item, bargain again with slightly high bargain price from the 1st shop. In this case, bargain for RMB30.00(same price), if the seller insist, up another RM10.00, make it RM40.00. Use the same strategy which is say thank you and walk out from the outlet. Do this until one outlet agreed with the pricing. Always bargain the minimum although you will think that the price you wanted to say is ridicilous. I'll tell you what, I bought a imitation Giorgio Armani jacket for RMB90.00 from the opening price of RMB1400.00. Crazy huh? 1) Imitation item such as cloth, jacket, shoes, watches etc.
2) Freshwater pearl.
3) Football / Soccer jersey Bringing RMB1000.00 is considered good enough to have you to bring lots of plastic bags full of items to your hotel room.

Paulaner BraĆ¼haus Shanghai at Fen Yang Road

by bonio about little Germany?

Regular readers to my pages will know of my love for German beer. Before leaving a search on the internet revealed a Paulaner (from Munich) brewpub in Shanghai. My good fortune continued, just a 10 minute walk from our hotel.
Beer tasty and unfiltered, maybe a little expensive who cares? food looked good authentic German fare too but no time to sample, 2 beers and on my way.............

Across the Bund : Pudong

by Arjaree

Across the river, opposite to the Bund area is Pudong area. China is building Pudong as a special econimic zone. It is the new area for industry, trade and commerce. Within the area, there are all tall and modern buildings. The roads are wide and empty. It is to me a ghostly and empty town. If you go there during the day, you will probably agree with me.

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The outstanding architecture in the picture is the Oriental Peral TV Tower. Climb up there to get the stunning view over the major spot of this prosperous Shanghai.

People's Square

by Willettsworld

Prior to 1949, People's Square was a part of the horseracing course of Shanghai. After gambling and horseracing were banned by the new Communist government, a part of the race course became the People's Square, which included a large avenue and spectator stands for use during parades. In the 1990s, major changes were made to the square. The Shanghai Municipal Government was moved from the former HSBC Building, and the Shanghai Museum was also moved away from its previous site in a former office building. More recent additions include the Shanghai Grand Theatre and the Shanghai Urban Planning Exhibition Hall.

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