Jian Gong Jin Jiang Shanghai

691 Jian Guo Road West, Shanghai, Shanghai, 200030, China
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Transport from airport to hotel and vice versa

by cottonball511

Hi, We are a group of 6 ladies travelling to Shanghai end of Apr 08. I would like to know what's the best way to get from the airport to our hotel, Topsun on the Bund, on Huimin Road. Should we find a van large enough for us and our luggage to take us to our hotel or should we take the Maglev train to downtown station and then grab maybe 3 taxis for 3 of us to the hotel? What about departing for the airport from hotel?

Re: Transport from airport to hotel and vice versa

by gaolei

Someone else asked a similar question down the page a bit. This was my answer below. If you have no trouble moving your own bags, this is a good solution. If you need help with bags, yes, get a mini bus. There are many people who offer one at the airport, they are just a bit expensive compared to taxi for an individual. Maybe the price is not so bad for a group.

http://members.virtualtourist.com/m/1e4db/f4fc8/9/

This link talks about using the Maglev train to get to the Pudong side of Shanghai. From the terminal you can get a taxi to most of Sahngahi center out as far as Jing An district for 50 RMB. Total cost about 90 RMB, about $13 at today's exchange rates. It only runs until about 5:30 PM.

If you take a taxi from the airport it is about 150 RMB or more, and it takes more time. The bus is really much cheaper, but after a day on an airplane, I want to get to my hotel fast, and a bus is not fast.
http://members.virtualtourist.com/m/1e4db/f4fc8/9/

This link talks about using the Maglev train to get to the Pudong side of Shanghai. From the terminal you can get a taxi to most of Sahngahi center out as far as Jing An district for 50 RMB. Total cost about 90 RMB, about $13 at today's exchange rates. It only runs until about 5:30 PM.

If you take a taxi from the airport it is about 150 RMB or more, and it takes more time. The bus is really much cheaper, but after a day on an airplane, I want to get to my hotel fast, and a bus is not fast.

Re: Transport from airport to hotel and vice versa

by neverstoptravel

There might be a van but you have to wait for a while.

I suggest you take two taxis, or a van if you are lucky enough.

Re: Transport from airport to hotel and vice versa

by cottonball511

Hi, Thanks for both replies. I think we'll take the mini van.

Re: Transport from airport to hotel and vice versa

by lijuj

minivan is a good option for you travel from airport to your hotel as you have 6 ladies with luggage. You may try shangcar in Shanghai as we used their airport pickup service which is reliable.

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Shanghai general information

by tini58de

Shanghai is one of the largest commercial cities and economic centers in China. Shanghai lies in the middle of China's mainland coastline and at the Yangzi River's entrance to the sea. It has a population of more than 13.5 million and thus is the largest city in China and one of the five super cities of the world. Shanghai is also one of ten world's largest seaports.

I have been to Shanghai twice and have enjoyed it enourmously - there are so many facettes to this city, that it would take years to just get a little understanding of what Shanghai is all about!

shopping streets...

by ZenLady34

I my opinion there are two main shopping streets in Shanghai. There is Huai Hai road, where one can find almost anything from books, nice lace bra's, shoes to suits etc. This street seemed to me have a lots of brand shops and the prices were quite high compared to other streets.

The other "main" shopping road is most probably Nanjing Lu, which leaves from the Bund and is kilometres long. There you can find shopping malls after shopping malls and also Mc Donalds in every 100 metres (almost!).

Between Nanjing Lu and Huai Hai road is Shanxi road south, there you can find smaller shops selling mostly clothes and shoes. But if you are not in the area, do not bother, but it is worth a promenade if you're around.

But like in every city, it will be cheaper if you wander away from the mainstreets and look for shops in different areas. The road names I just gave are just few shopping streets in Shanghai but perhaps the most popular ones?

A taste of Kiwi

by xuessium about Little Huia

Not the bird mind you...but a Kiwi restaurant in Shanghai. Newly opened in 2010, the restaurant offers a slice of Kiwi culinary to the cosmopolitan palette that is already available in Shanghai.

A Kiwi colleague informed me about the existence of the place. It offers all day breakfast, and it was the main reason that I decided to check out the place.

Named after a yellow-feathered bird unique to New Zealand, The 'Little Huia' is located along the rather eclectic "Tai Gu Street" neat West Nanjing Road.

The interior is comfortable, set in a western style setting. I found the tables near to the door to be brighter (as I had a book with me) and there is a huge menu behind the cashier listing what was on offer.

From the menu, I could see the place offering specialties of New Zealand (such as NZ oysters), as well as a collection of reds and whites from Australia and New Zealand.

The breakfast menu is rather standard for Oceania. You get the standard "Big Brekkie", French Toast, Eggs Benedicts...you get the drift. I had the Eggs Benedicts, done using muffins, which is the way I prefer them, but they were a tad smaller compared to the versions I get Downunder. I had a side order of cooked spinach, done with local spinach but despite being crunchier, I kinda prefer the slightly mushy texture of the spinach Downunder.

And thank goodness for good coffee. A good cup is always appreciated. Coffee in China is forgettable, tasting like black coloured water on most occasions.

Go shopping - besides Najing...

by Audrey118

Go shopping - besides Najing Road, I love to walk around Huai Hai Road (Lu) which is extremely crowded.
We bought lots of stuff from here in one trip - we went to buy high quality Chinese tea leaves from Huangshan Tea (they have nice tea pots as well) and almost across the road is a hige bedding store called Shanghai Bedding Store. You can watch at the shop front people filling the quilt cover- it is so so amazing, and then you can buy Chinese fashioned applique bed sheets etc, and nearby there is a shop called Golden Dargon Silk and Woollen Fabric Store. China is the place to buy cashmere - possibly the cheapest in the world.

"CITADEL OF CHINA'S MODERN ECONOMY"

by limledi

"SHANGHAI"

Shanghai is the largest city of the People's Republic of China and the eighth largest in the world. Widely regarded as the citadel of China's modern economy, the city also serves as one of the most important cultural, commercial, financial, industrial and communications centers of China. Shanghai's skyscrapers and modern lifestyle mark the pinnacle of China's recent economic development.
Shanghai has an extensive public transportation system, largely based on buses, and a rapidly expanding metro system. For a city of Shanghai's size, road traffic is fairly smooth and convenient.
The tallest structure in China, the distinctive Oriental Pearl Tower, is located in Shanghai. The Jin Mao tower located nearby is mainland China's tallest skyscraper, and ranks fifth in the world.

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