Motel 168 (Shanghai Songwei North Road)

No.860-868 Songwei North Road, SongJiang District, Shanghai, Shanghai Region, 201613, China
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Shanghai to Hangzou

by balramdass

Hi All

I like to go to Hangzou for a day trip from Shanghai. I was wondering what are the best ways to get there.Although looks like train travel which is what I would prefer.
Is the Maglev available on this route?
Which station would be better for me as I am staying at the Hilton Hotel?
thanks in advance for all replies.

Re: Shanghai to Hangzou

by barefootonbeach

The Maglev is to the airport, not to Hangzhou. The train to Hangzhou is very fast. It just cost about 2 hours to get to Hangzhou.

Re: Shanghai to Hangzou

by cafank

I travel on the train Hangzhou - Shanghai when I am there. Trains leave from Shanghai South to Hangzhou East. The fast train takes about an hour and a half. I usually take a taxi from town to the station. Check out the timetable here:
http://inhangzhou.com/hangzhou

The buses are apparently good too but I have not done a bus trip.

Re: Shanghai to Hangzou

by enzhu

There is no maglev train to Hangzhou.
How long will it take depends on when you are going to travel.
If you are going to travel soon, then it will be 2 hours.
If it's late this year, then it may be less than 1 hour since the Shanghai Hangzhou PDL is supposed to in service May 1, 2010.

Re: Shanghai to Hangzou

by ellyse

"Best" is subjective.
No, there's no Maglev on this route. Maglev only runs between Pudong airport and Longyang Lu metro stop, in the boonies of Pudong district.
If you want a fast train (D train) to Hangzhou, most of these leave from Shanghai South train station, and arrive at either Hangzhou main or Hangzhou South train station. There're also a handful of departures from Shanghai main train station, but far and few in between, so this might not fit your timing even though this train station is geographically closer to your hotel.

Re: Shanghai to Hangzou

by ellyse

As for long-distance buses, these cost more and take longer than the D trains, so I would not usually bother with those.

Travel Tips for Shanghai

Jianye Lane built in 1920 at...

by Jiang_Cucha

Jianye Lane built in 1920 at 440 Jianguo Road (W), Jianye Lane is a new-styled 'stone-arched gate' lane residence which pay much attention to ventilation and solar illumination. This sort of residence is partially reinforced concrete construction, while the outer walls are made up of red bricks and cement joists.

Good food at reasonable prices also halal

by khizrs about Turkish Taste

Good food, went there at lunch
Set menu at 40RMB

Be very careful of drinks prices, The menu didnt have drinks prices on, and I stupidly didnt ask about the price.

They were 20RMB for a can of coke! Set menu

Yu Yuan

by Paul2001

The Yu Garden, or Yu Yuan, is the garden, to visit while in Shanghai. This may not mean that much since it is the only Chinese classical garden that I know of in the city. Compared to the famed gardens of Suzhou, Yu Yuan is massive. It is in fact several gardens rolled up into one. A visit involves strolling around a labyrinth of small gardens filled with ponds, pavilions (30 in all) and rockeries. The whole complex is surrounded by a dragon wall.
The Yu Yuan was constructed between 1559 and 1577 by a local official Pun Yunduan in honour of his father Yu Yuan. As the garden is so large it is easy to get lost. The best way to approach a visit without losing yourself is to enter by the main entrance and to proceed clockwise from garden to garden. I felt that this made my visit very satisfactory. Another important note about your visit to the Yu Yuan is that it is very popular with tourist hence very crowded. Thankfully that garden is so large that you can avoid the crowds during some of your visit. Personally I was surprised by how much I enjoyed the Yu Yuan. Although it is not superior to the Classical gardens in Suzhou in any noticeable way, I enjoyed the Yu Yuan more. Perhaps it was because the whole concept of the Chinese classical garden was growing on me or maybe it was because for the size of the complex, I felt that I was getting more bang for my buck. Whatever, I would not leave Shanghai without a visit.
The Yu Yuan is open from 8:30am to 5pm, daily. It costs Y30 for a visit.

City God Temple (Chenghuangmiao)

by machomikemd

Chenghuangmiao or City God Temple is a typical temple in Walled Cities in China and here in Shanghai is it called City God Temple. The City God Temple in Shanghai originated as the Jinshan God Temple, dedicated to the spirit of Jinshan, or Gold Mountain, an island off the coast of Shanghai. It was converted into a City God Temple in 1403, during the Yongle era of the Ming dynasty. Today, The Temple, together with nearby Yuyuan Garden and the surrounding streets, are now part of a large pedestrian zone dedicated to restaurants and retail.

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