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Forum Posts

6 Hour Itinerary ?

by adp1

On a package trip to China and have 6 hours to spend as first night in Shanghai starting about 6pm to midnight.
Cananyone please reccomend an Itinerary.
Thought I might get the metro and go up "The Pearl Tower" then go on the "Sightseeing Tunnel" back to the "Bund" and see the fantastic views.
What else could I do.
Can you please give the exact entrance location for the "Sightseeing Tunnel" comming back to the "Bund" and what time does it close. Also when dose the metro shut down on Line`s 1 and 2.
Any help would be appreciated.
Alan

RE: 6 Hour Itinerary ?

by xuessium

HI! Alan:

The metro closes at close to midnight.

The Sightseeing Tunnel is very close to the Bund, in fact, I would say, it's under The Bund. I would suggest that you drop by the Pearl Tower first, then grab the train, make one stop back, enjoy the Tunnel, go up to the Bund to enjoy the view and then take a stroll along Nanjing Road Walking Street where you catch the vibes of the city.

Just my 2 cents worth.

RE: 6 Hour Itinerary ?

by Annette98

I agree that the Bund and Nanjing will be your best bet in that timeframe. You might also consider skipping the sightseeing tunnel. I tried it out a few weeks ago and was less than impressed. It is just a short tunnel under the river with some flashing neon lights and a soundtrack. It costs several times more than the metro. If you decide to skip it, you can ride the metro to the first stop on the other side and then just walk a few blocks down to the Bund. The station is at the end of the Nanjing pedestrian area.

If you decide to talk the sightseeing tunnel, you cannot miss the entrance. It is well marked - there are brown signs that will point you in the right direction.

RE: 6 Hour Itinerary ?

by ellyse

Doesn't your package trip include some sightseeing in Shanghai as well?
What time and where will you be arriving in Shanghai, and where will you be staying for the night?
The tourist sightseeing tunnel starts at the Bund end of the Nanjing Lu underpass (in Puxi) and the other end is around Riverside Promenade (in Pudong). The cost is 30 RMB for one-way and 40 RMB for round-trip... not worth it IMHO!
The last trains on metro line 1 and 2 are actually around 2300.

RE: 6 Hour Itinerary ?

by adp1

Many thanks to all who replied and have noted the info given.
I have read that the "Sightseeing Tunnel" may not be all that good but "hey" while i`m there I`ll give it a go.
How easy is it to get a taxi at 23.00 onwards and any tips on this topic?
Best regards
Alan

RE: RE: 6 Hour Itinerary ?

by ellyse

Taking a taxi at 2300 from where to where? If you're trying to take a taxi at that time around Super Brand Mall in Pudong, be prepared -- the taxi drivers won't go anywhere without AT LEAST 100 RMB for a fare; ie you'll have to pay them 100 RMB for a destination which'd cost possibly 20-30 RMB on the meter! If you absolutely must take a taxi from Pudong at that time of night, and don't mind walking a bit, head to Jinmao Tower (Grand Hyatt) instead for the hotel's taxi queue.

Travel Tips for Shanghai

Worlds biggest skatepark!

by janner5

For all you local skaters (and BMXers) you shoud come to the SMP park. It cost the local government US$12 million to build! The entrance is free at the moment and it is normally deserted. It is only open in the afternoons - but phone up to check it is open before venturing out there. Basic safety equipment has to be worn. There are beginner and pro areas. The halfpipe is huge.

Taxi - Colours

by Amareyui

-The Five Main Companies:

There are many taxi companies in Shanghai, and not every company is allowed to create its own branding colour. Only a taxi company with more than 1,000 taxis can select a colour for its taxis.

There are only 5 taxi companies that reach the requirement:
Dazhong (Turquoise)
Qiangsheng (Yellow)
Jinjiang (White)
Bashi (Light Green)
Nonggongshang (Merged with Qiangsheng)

-Other Options:

Blue Taxi
All taxi companies with less than 1,000 but more than 200 cabs form the Blue Alliance, in which all of the cabs are painted blue. These companies are strictly monitored by the Blue Alliance for service quality.

Indian Red Taxi (Dark Red)
For other smaller companies, like those with 40 - 100 taxis, they are all painted red - or to be more specific, the Indian Red. The service quality is generally lower than the big companies or Blue Union. The general practice in Shanghai is to avoid the red taxis.

France Red Taxi (Bright Red)
To be fair to the good taxi drivers in smaller companies (less than 200 taxis), a new brand is introduced. It is called the France Red Taxis. They are selected from 30 taxi companies (out of the 300 "Indian Red" taxi companies) with good track record.

Spatial Timetravel

by sophaki

The bund tunnel train is well worth riding once, especially if you have kids. Even if you don't though it really speaks to the kid in you. Plus i think it's worth doing as it is a real contemporary chinese experience: more than an urban special effect, the bund tunnel is really the opposite. It inserts the city in the comic book not the comic book in the city.
Oh, and it gets you to the other side by the way.

Fuzhou Lu

by Amareyui

Fuzhou Lu is the "Book Street" of Shanghai. Shanghai has been one of China's publication centre since the Liberation, and Fuzhou Lu is a good example of this tradition. The multi-storied high "Shanghai's City of Books", one of the biggest bookstore in China, is located at the corner slot by Fujian Lu. The 24 hours opened "Scholar Books" also has a branch on Fuzhou Lu. The biggest foreign bookstore in town is a block away from "Shanghai's City of Books".

Photos of My Meals on Flights to & fro Shanghai

by xuessium

Airlines: China Eastern Airlines [MU]
Flight: MU568
Sector: Singapore to Shanghai

Journey time: 5 hours

Meal:
Braised Duck Pasta (Penne), Cold Seafood Salad, Roll, Fruits and drinks

Airlines: China Eastern Airlines [MU]
Flight: MU567
Sector: Shanghai to Singapore

Journey time: 5 hours

Meal:
Spicy seafood with rice, Cold Ham & Gluten appetiser, Roll, Milk Pudding with Peaches and drinks

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