Nanlin Hotel

No.55 Hongkong Road, Huangpu District, Shanghai, Shanghai Region, 200002, China
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  • Solo50
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Transitting at Pudong Airport

by Canguy

Need some urgent advice.
I will be arriving this weekend at Pudong by United Airlines and changing to Singapore Airlines onward to Singapore.
Is 2 hours enough time for me to go through the process?
Anything I could do to help speed the process?

Re: Transitting at Pudong Airport

by GrumpyDiver

Two hours should be plenty of time. If you are transiting, you are not entering the country, claiming baggage or clearing customs. You are moving from one flight to another.

I've flown from Pudong, but have not transited there. If other international airports are any indication, you will have to go through a security screening , so you won't be able to carry any duty free liquor or other liquids other than the standard small stuff (less than 100 ml / 3 oz containers) in a single 1 litre /quart bag through security screening (regardless of what they tell you at duty free where your original flight originates).

Re: Transitting at Pudong Airport

by lonelypaw

I had done exactly the same connection before. You will have plenty of time provided the UA arrival is not late. If the SIA departure is delayed, so much for the better.

An hour before landing at PVG, inform the UA flight attendant about your tight connection (they forget if you tell them too early). They should move you to the front of the crowd for exiting. The last time they moved me to the business class section after the last meal…)

If all things fail, SIA will most likely wait for you at the gate if they have your check-in luggage (takes shorter time for them to transfer luggage) to SIN.

Good luck.

Re: Transitting at Pudong Airport

by Canguy

Gentlemen: Thanks very much for your responses. I am considering whether I should check in my bag or just carry it on. I only have one medium size backpack, which I am trying as much as possible not to have it strapped on me for too long. The last time I had the same backpack strapped on for about 3 hours in Bali and it gave me a terrible ache in my shoulders. However, if that saves time, I think I'll go for it.

Re: Transitting at Pudong Airport

by gaolei

United and Singapore are star alliance partners. You should be able to check your baggage to the final destination avoiding the problem of going to immigration and baggage handling and check in and security. I have gone this route when I took a Chinese flight to Shanghai and transfered to United. I did it the hard way, no baggage forwarding. I did it in just under 2 hours and made my flight. If you don't have to deal with baggage, you should be able to transfer to another flight with time to spare.

Travel Tips for Shanghai

Fabrics, Silk, Clothing, Tailor Central

by lucincia about 399 Lujiabang Lu - Old Dongjiadu Fabric Market

The old Dongjiadu Fabric Market is now at 399 Lujiabang Lu, just south from the original location. The vendors started to move in around April 1, 2006.

This is a new location, so everywhere is freshly cleaned, painted, and polished. All vendors and stalls are indoor. There are three large floors of fabrics. My wife, a seamstress from US, thought she had died and went to heaven. We spent at least 6 hours at this place during our last trip.

"Western" bathrooms are on 2nd and 3rd floors. Cost is 0.50RMB for a potty break. Fabrics, fabrics, fabrics. You can also find the fabrics and notions you like and have the store tailor make something for you. From our experience - Nice light 100% cotton 10-20RMB/meter. Silk/blend and heavy silk/blend brocade 20-30RMB/meter. 100% silk 35-45RMB/meter. These are bartered prices, so don't forget to haggle! And for 100% silk, don't forget to ask for the burn test. If they refuse, walk. There are always other vendors. Handmade frogs/claps for the "chipau"/oriental dress run around 10-20RMB for a package of 2 to 5, depending on size. Buttons are about 0.05-0.15RMB each. Handmade lace fabrics run a bit more expensive 50-80RMB/meter.

Hard to find but worth the bother

by joehanley about 1 2 2 1

Very welcoming staff,wonderful extensive (English) menu. Great ambiance about the place. Reasonably priced food and wine. Europeans and Chinese all seem to rate this a first class restaurant. I was there with my wife in May 2005 and we will revisit in September 2005 with my two daughters.(Cant wait) Crispy Duck is fantastic as is the Drunken Chicken. No ice cream but Sticky rice is very good as dessert

He Ping Hotel

by Amareyui

The famous He Ping (Peace) Hotel is located at 20 Nanjing Road (E). Opened in 1926, it was used to be the Sassoon House, which incorporated the Cathay Hotel.
The Peace Hotel remains one of the most popular hotel among foreign visitors because of its European interior setting. Walking into the dimly lit lobby from the chaotic city life, sitting down on a comfortable sofa while sipping in some fine tea can make the most wearied traveler feels right at home.

Yu Yuan Garden

by Willettsworld

This beautiful 2 hectares (5 acres) Suzhou-style garden, in the Old Town district of Nanshi, was reportedly first established in 1559 as a private garden created by Pan Yunduan, who spent almost 20 years building a garden to please his father Pan En, a high-ranking official in the Ming Dynasty, during his father's old age. Over the years, the gardens fell into disrepair until about 1760 when bought by merchants, then suffered extensive damage in the 19th century, especially during bombardments of the Opium Wars. During the Taiping Rebellion the gardens were occupied by imperial troops, and damaged again by the Japanese in 1942. They were repaired by the Shanghai government from 1956-1961, opened to the public in 1961, and declared a national monument in 1982.

Open: 08:30-17:00 daily. Admission: Y40.


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