Langge Business Hotel

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No.661 Wuding Road, Jing'an District, Shanghai, Shanghai Region, 200065, China
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to pudong airport

by tuomasi_douhao

I was wondering what the different alternative ways of transport are to Pudong airport from the shanghai railway station? All of them! How long do they take and how much are they?

Cheers
Thomas

RE: to pudong airport

by neverstoptravel

a. airport shuttle no.5, rmb18, 1.5 hours;
b. taxi, abt rmb 120, 1 hour;
c. metro line 1(xinzhuang direction-south), transfer metro line 2(pudong direction-east) at people square, transfer maglev at longyang station, abt rmb55, 1 hour.

RE: to pudong airport

by ellyse

How much time and money do you have? What time is your flight out from Pudong airport? That would help us to judge what would be the best choice for you.

RE: to pudong airport

by Lance_in_shanghai

Neverstoptravel has the correct answer if you add motorbike taxi. That might be the fastest if they are permitted on that fast road. Price is probably negotiable but I would guess 40-50 RMB. Oh, you have some baggage limits...stuff your backpack. :)

Travel Tips for Shanghai

Questions about Income = Talking about Weather

by Icemaiden02

One thing few tourists understand when they come in contact with locals or tour guides is that in Chinese culture, asking someone about their income or how much they make annually is a polite conversational topic, much akin to being in America and talking about the weather or a sports team. If you feel uncomfortable with their prying questions about how much your mortgage or car costs, or how much your hourly wage is, politely give a gentle wave of your hand and say "Oh, not much!" and smile.

SMT

by violett

Transrapid constructed the first operational maglev railway in the world, from the Pudong International Airport to Long Yang Road Metro station. It was inaugurated in 2002. It has a peak speed of 431 km/h and a track length of 30 km.

With an Air Ticket it costs for one person only 40 RMB, about 4 euro.

you must try the pigeon!

by rabbit06 about Tian Tian Seafood Harbour

Very typical Chinese style restaurant with live fish tanks along the walls. The menu is great and the nearest to Yum Char that we have come across in Shanghai. This chain of restaurant (trading under Tin Tin Seafood Harbour) is Hong Kong based hense the Canton style of food with five branches in Shanghai. Although the service is so so the food certainly makes up for it! We love Yum Char with all those little lovely pastries and dumplings including my favourite the spring roll, but the signature dish here would have to be the crispy pigeon which you glove up for, eat it with your fingers and is so very, very delicious!

Jade Buddha Temple(chinese: 玉佛寺)

by sunnywong

The Yufo (Jade Buddha) Temple With a history of more than 100 years, is one of the well-known Buddhist temples in Shanghai. The temple was built in 1882, covering an area of 8,000 square meters. The temple got its name because of the two statues of Sakyamuni brought from Burma - one in standing position and one in sitting position. The seated Buddha statue is as high as 1.9 meters, carved from a complete white jade piece. It is said to weigh 1,000 kilograms, ornamented with jewels. It is an art treasure. The temple also houses large numbers of ancient carvings, paintings and precious Buddhist cultural relics. (Admission)

MacKiwi's new Shanghai Page

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SHANGHAI

This is the view from the Puxi district of Shanghai across the famous Bund and the Yangtze River to the new commercial district development of Pudong. This photo was taken on 20th Dec 2001.

Shanghai City covers 145 km with a population of some 12 million. Shanghai is a special city in every respect. Only 50 years ago, it was still considered one of the most important metropolises of the world, as the trading and banking center of Asia, as a city of extremes, an EI Dorado for adventurers.

Foreigners lent Shanghai its appearance, making it more Western than Chinese. Twenty-story-high building reach skyward; there are vast hotel complexes, villas and palaces that a visitor from the West can more easily identify than a temple, for they were built according to Western architectural style by former business and military men.

The colonialists have long gone now, but their buildings remain, and the bustling life and activities of a large Chinese city prevail around them. A special kind of people lives here. The people of Shanghai are feared by some and loved by others, for they are especially brisk, smart, flexible and ingenious and make more of their appearance than other Chinese. In Shanghai, one is always ahead of the times - trends are set here. It was in Shanghai that make-up was first used and people risked wearing fashionable Western clothes. Things that leave people in speechless amazement elsewhere in China are often already old hat in Shanghai.

The people of Shanghai are talented merchants and clever politicians, many of them are invested with high positions in the government, economy and administration. Shanghai also has its own special political tradition. In 1925, students and workers jointed together to protest demonstrations against feudalism, capitalism and poor government. In March 1927, the city experienced an uprising of 800,000 workers.

The city has made great social and economic progress since 1949. The Shanghai of the past had unsolvable economic problems, a dreaded underworld, masses of unemployed, beggars and homeless, thousands of prostitutes and pimps. Today, it presents itself as an orderly large city where everyone has enough to live on and no ragged coolies and beggars loiter about.

Shanghai is the largest city in China and a trade and manufacturing center. Almost one-half of all national and international trade is transacted in shanghai, which has trade relations with 115 countries. Shanghai is also China's most important port. There are 275 different shipping connections with foreign ports worldwide. Inland shipping is conducted on the Yangze River to the interior as far as Sichuan. The two airports have inland and foreign connections.

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