Jinjiang Inn (Shanghai Hongmei South Road)

No.990 Hongmei South Road, Minhang District, Shanghai, Shanghai Region, 200237, China
Jinjiang Inn (Shanghai Hongmei South Road)
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Night Bus from Pudong, Things to bring inside Expo...

by guo_mei_xin


1) My mom & I will be arriving in Pudong (Terminal 2) @ around 11:45 pm. When I checked the net, I saw that there's a bus that runs from 11:05pm (T2) "till 45 minutes after the last flight". What does it mean by "till 45 minutes after the last flight"?

2)For the bus that runs from 11:05pm in T2, the route is this way:
Longyang Road Subway Station, Dongfang Rd Zhangyang Rd, East Hospital (Pudong Avenue), Middle Zhejiang Rd (Yan'an Rd/People's Square), Shimen 1st Rd (Yan'an Rd), Huashan Rd (Yan'an Rd/Jing'an Temple), Hongxu Rd (Yan'an Rd). We'll be getting off at Middle Zhejiang Rd (Yan'an Rd/People's Square). Whether we take a cab or bus, I think the ETA @ People's Square will be around 12:30pm or 1am. Is it already dark around that area? Or there are still a lot of light?

3)For the Expo, I know that it's like the airport that you can't bring water or any liquid, creams etc. But is it the same like in the airport where you can bring in a limited amount of lotion/cream etc? Because I think in the airport, one can only bring maybe 30 or 50ml of lotions etc? Because I need to bring my allergy lotion and allergy powder. And I read on another forum that someone's lipstick (solid one, not the gel type) got confiscated, so now I'm not sure if I can bring in lipbalm with me or not.


Re: Night Bus from Pudong, Things to bring inside Expo...

by al2401

"ETA @ People's Square will be around 12:30pm or 1am."

I think you mean 12:30 am - this is after midnight so it will be dark but the area is well lit. If you mean 12:30 pm and 1pm this in the middle of the day.

Re: Night Bus from Pudong, Things to bring inside Expo...

by guo_mei_xin

oops, type error. that's right, it's 1230am, not pm.

Re: Night Bus from Pudong, Things to bring inside Expo...

by bpritts

I am not sure about the bus, but a cab from the airport to People's Square would cost perhaps 120 - 150 rmb ($15 - 20 USD) and be a more comfortable trip if you have had a long journey.

The sun will have set long ago, but generally downtown is well lit, including
the main streets around People's Square.

For the expo, I brought a small (2 oz) bottle of sunscreen and had no trouble. They were challenging people with bottles of drinking water and cigarette lighters, both confiscated in large numbers. It might help to have the allergy meds in original packaging, and perhaps have a letter from your doctor stating that you need it. (It is unlikely that the security guards will be able to read English but there are volunteer interpreters all about.)

Re: Night Bus from Pudong, Things to bring inside Expo...

by vtwoo

I had same question as you for no. 1, then i asked airport staff once. They explained me: The last flight means is the last flight supposed to scheduled landing on the day before 12am. Flights are sometimes late to time after midnight, then "till 45 minutes after the last flight" will be for the last red-eye late flight. Never to Shanghai in that late time, just for your reference.

Travel Tips for Shanghai

Nanpu Bridge

by imstress

The 8,346-meter-long bridge has an under-clearance of 46 metres, thus allowing ships with a tonnage of 55,000 to pass under it.

As a cable-stayed bridge, its main bridge is 846 metres long and 30.35 metres wide, divided into six lanes. The approaches have a combined length of 7,500 metres and the West Shanghai spiral approach is 3,754 metres long.

The bridge called a total investment of 820 million yuan and was completed and opened to traffic on December 1, 1991. The bridge spans the Huangpu River like a flying dragon and it has helped the locals to make their dream of "having a bridge across the Huangpu River" come true.


by Chris_Dahlia

HONGQIAN AIRPORT:The existing Hongqiao Airport, though slightly down at heel, actually works quite well and is easily accessed from the central business district where many airlines have offices. It handled an average of 2,567 flights a week last year, of which 28 per cent were international.

PUDONG INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT: It is the new airport and most international flights are handled there. However, it is pretty far to get there.
TO HONGQIAN: It is not so expensive to take a cab there. It is 15RMB cheaper to go there than getting out of there to the city.
TO PUDONG INTERNATIONAL: Usually it costs quite much to take a cab. Some 200RMB is the usual cost. So, be aware if they want to charge you more than that. But nowadays there are some buses go between the airports and the city. They go in each 10 or 15 mins. The ticket is around 20 RMB or so. It is much cheaper and also very convinient to go by bus. You can find out in the airport or hotel how to choose the bus.

The Bund

by salisbury3933

This is quite a pleasant area to visit at night with the buildings all being lit up. A stroll along the river, or a river cruise are well worth it, even if you will need to dodge large numbers of would be watch salespeople.

Customs House

by Willettsworld

The Customs House (No.13, The Bund), was built in 1927 on the site of an earlier, traditional Chinese-style customs house. The clock and bell was built in England and in imitation of Big Ben. Together with the neighbouring HSBC Building, the Customs House is seen as one of the symbols of the Bund and Shanghai. It still remains as the Customs House today.


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