La Garfield Hotel

No.178 Ziwei Road, Zhangjiang Hi-Tech Park, Pudong New Area, Shanghai, Shanghai Region, 201203, Chin
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How to go to HQ airport from Pudong airport fastest

by noddle

I am going to shanghai to watch the HSBC golf Champ and will be arrive Pudong airport but I need to go to Sheshan Golf Club which is close to Hongqiao airport, what is the best and fastest way to go there?
I have no idea how far it isbetween these place, anyone out here knows?
Thanks,

RE: How to go to HQ airport from Pudong airport fastest

by Helenbb

By taxi. this is the quickest way to HQ airport.cost around RMB150 and about 45mins to 1hr .

Or take the number one pudong airport bus. This bus is from pudong airport to hongqiao airport directly , total cost RMB30. About 1-2hrs .

Wish you have a nice trip here. :)

RE: How to go to HQ airport from Pudong airport fastest

by ellyse

Best way would actually be to take the metro as this is the fastest (no traffic jams!) but not really advisable if you're carrying bulky luggage. Take a taxi (or the Maglev, but I think taxi is usually faster actually) to Longyang Lu metro stop, take the metro all the way to the terminus at Zhongshan Park (no need to change lines) and then continue again by taxi.
BTW, I don't think Sheshan Golf Club is near Hongqiao airport. The one near Hongqiao airport is called Hongqiao Golf Course or something like that.

RE: How to go to HQ airport from Pudong airport fastest

by neverstoptravel

it usually takes more than an hour for taking maglev,metro line 2 and taxi from zhongshan park.

RE: RE: How to go to HQ airport from Pudong airport fastest

by ellyse

It'll definitely take more than 1 hour too if going through rush hour traffic!

RE: RE: How to go to HQ airport from Pudong airport fastest

by noddle

Thanks to all nice suggestions...I am leaving sunday early and arrive SH around 1030, it should not be much traffic. I really want to try the special train. I think I'll take a taxi from longyang. anyone out here know how many KM is that and the extimate cost by Taxi to Sheshan GC?

RE: RE: RE: How to go to HQ airport from Pudong airport fastest

by noddle

Thanks to all nice suggestions...I am leaving sunday early and arrive SH around 1030, it should not be much traffic. I really want to try the special train. I think I'll take a taxi from longyang. anyone out here know how many KM is that and the extimate cost by Taxi to Sheshan GC?

RE: How to go to HQ airport from Pudong airport fastest

by neverstoptravel

abt rmb200, the reason why i do not suggest you take the transpo combination is during the rush hour, you might find difficult to call a taxi at zhongshan park.

RE: RE: How to go to HQ airport from Pudong airport fastest

by ellyse

I just went to the trouble of calling up the golf club for you, they estimate it would take about 250 RMB from Longyang Lu metro stop. Alternatively you could take the metro to Xinzhuang (end of line 1) and then a taxi from there, that seems to be the closest metro stop to the golf club.
Let me know if you'd need me to ask for my regular cabbie to do a pick-up. :)

Travel Tips for Shanghai

Personal Space Non-existent

by Icemaiden02

Westerners have an unspoken and sacred aura around them that they expect to never be invaded. In line, westerners will stand at least a foot apart, and when talking to friends, they will equally do so, even after knowing each other for years.

In China, however, I suppose as a result of adapting to such a populous nation, they concept of personal space does not exist. People will fall asleep on the bus and rest their head on your shoulder, and get annoyed if you push their head away. If you are standing in line and allow 1 foot space between you and the person in front of you, others will assume you are not waiting in line and jump in. Pushing and shoving is the norm. The concept of waiting in line is also largely unheard of, and everything works on pretty much a first come, first serve basis.

Shanghai taxi

by 2rs

Taxi are inexpensive in shanghai, but few taxi drivers speak english so make sure you plan your day and get help with writing down the names and addresses on the places you're going so that you can get arround town without to many misunderstandings.

Visiting the scene of Impossible mission III

by floche2001

Visiting the oriental Pearl Tower is a wonder. it gives to Shanghai its futuristic landscape.
Third tallest building in the world, The Oriental Pearl Tower reaches 468 meters. The design of the tower with its grey-red balls symbolises dragons playing with pearls.

Opening Hours: 08:00 to 21:00
Entrance fee : CNY 50

Oriental Pearl Tower

by Nemoa

The Pearl tower is the world's third tallest TV and radio tower surpassed in height only by towers in Toronto, Canada and Moscow, Russia.

The architecture is supposed to simbolise two dragons playing with pearls but you will need a lot of imagination to picture them!!

The design nevetherless is nothing like you have seen before. I have heard people saying that is the most beautiful tower in the world and other saying that it is the most hideous. You can judge by itself! I am sure that in any case it will not leave you indifferent.

You can see the most beautiful sights from the top of the tower.

There is a fee for the entrance, some 50 RMB but I think it is worth just to see the sights of the Bund at night all lit up.

Shanghai--a dream land

by cissy4170

Although I stayed in Shanghai for only 3 months, I really love this charming city, The chinese culture here is melting with western culture, which you can feel from the constructure, people and their life style here. Of cause, I love the food here, so I often wondering in the conutless streets and lanes to taste all kind of the snack. The three months I work here is one of my best memories.

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