Jiahua Hotel

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Maglev schedule

by TheGeneral

I am arriving after 8 pm in Pudong Airport in October and was hoping to take the maglev for the experience. The maglev website shows the last train leaves before 10 pm so I may not make it after customs.

I did some internet research and found a blog that says that maglev will soon start scheduling later (but less frequent) trains. Can anyone confirm that? Thank you.

Re: Maglev schedule

by vtwoo

Didn't hear anything about that. In July, metro hours to and from airport had been extended.

Re: Maglev schedule

by Ronnie1a

Customs and immingration are quite fast. The wait will be for the luggage but even that is fairly fast compared to many USA airports.

Re: Maglev schedule


I'm not sure of that either but, if your flight really arrives at 8 p.m. you should have plenty of time(about 1.5 hours). The airport is spacious so, crowds will not slow you down. Mentioned, was any delays with baggage as the customs was fairly quick even if they take an hour-hence 9 p.m.- it is only about a ten minute walk to the ticket counter for the Maglev. Usually, there is not a significant line. Be sure to bring you boarding pass receipt to get the discount from 50 RMB to 40 RMB.(20% savings) As, a backup plan the metro goes to midnight-the Maglev is faster- but, when push comes to shove, a train is a train.

Re: Maglev schedule

by ellyse

The Maglev's last departure is at 2142 IIRC. If you arrive before 2100 and are quite efficient about deplaning, clearing immigration and baggage claim, you should be able to catch it.

Travel Tips for Shanghai

the nanshi -old town part that...

by jurkka

the nanshi -old town part that was surrounded by a wall before. almost everybody visit yu yuan but not all see the fantastic old town that is around it. take a bicycletaxi to drive around. there is plenty of good 'peoples' restaurants- cheap and excellent!

BY TRAIN - In Shanghai,...

by Chris_Dahlia

BY TRAIN - In Shanghai, there's not only one railway station. In the pic here, it is the main railway station for Shanghai. Both Subway line 1 and Pearl line have stop here. But do make sure which railway station you need to go when you get your ticket. And when having train travelling, you need to prepare some food with you if it is long ride, the food in the train is usually bad and expensive. Also, take good care of your stuff, otherwise it will get lost easily.

Monument to the People's Heroes

by Willettsworld

The Monument to the People's Heroes is a concrete structure located at the confluence of the Suzhou Creek and the Huangpu River, within the grounds of the Huangpu Park. The structure was built to commemorate revolutionary martyrs as well as those who have lost their lives fighting natural disasters by the Shanghai municipal government in the 1990s.
The structure stands 24 metres tall, and is built in the stylised shape of three rifles standing against each other.

Mid-Lake Pavilion

by cheezecake_deli

The Mid-Lake Pavilion (or Hu Xin Ting) is a tea room in the middle of a "lake" (okay, pond) in the midst of Yu Bazaar. It is reached by the Bridge of Nine Turnings, usually clogged with tourists snapping photos. In fact, the bridge was so crowded I couldn't actually get into the tea room, so no comment about the quality of tea here. Still, the building is quite pretty, and it is Shanghai's oldest surviving tea room.


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