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No.16 Guangxi South Road, Huangpu District, Shanghai, Shanghai Region, 200021, China
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Shanghai to West Lake - 1 day tour

by highland764

I will be in Shanghai 4 days in July. I plan to spend one day in West Lake area. Can someone tell me what is the best way to travel from Shanghai to West Lake? Train or bus?? Is there any local tour company that offer 1 day trip to West Lake? I am traveling with my wife and 2 teenage daughters who do not speak Chinese. Is there any English speaking local tour?

Re: Shanghai to West Lake - 1 day tour

by ultipost

There are several options. You could take the train or bus, which may be the cheapest, but certainly also the most expensive way. I took a private taxi and after negotiating I paid 90$ for a day, which also included stops at other places of interest.

Re: Shanghai to West Lake - 1 day tour

by MikeySoft

By West Lake, do you mean Hangzhou?

Re: Shanghai to West Lake - 1 day tour

by ellyse

West Lake is in Hangzhou, not Shanghai.
From Shanghai you need to go by train (bus is also possible, but slower and not as good) to Hangzhou, then take a taxi (or bus) to West Lake.
I might be able to help you out, unless you don't mind tours with lots of shopping stops. If necessary, email me at ellyse99@yahoo.com -- put "TripAdvisor" and your own username (eg highland764) in the subject line, thanks.

Re: Shanghai to West Lake - 1 day tour

by coolying

Bus is ok,you can see my blog http://www.achinesetraveler.com

Travel Tips for Shanghai

International Labels - all under one roof

by Audrey118 about Plaza 66

All the latest runway fashion you can panthom off are housed under one roof. Not even in Malaysia, Spore or HKong can you get all the best of best to neighbour each other. And its huge LV shop will dazzle you or kill your wallet in seconds. Amazing!!!! If you can afford it - why not !!!
Downstairs lots of high end labels, Hermes, Prada, LV, Dior etc.

Upstairs - Lalique, Luiligonfang, Wedgewood etc everything in tens of thousand yuan

Traditional Dumplings

by sha08ron about Nanxiang Mantou Dian

A 3-level restaurant in ancient architecture. Very chinese interior. Food are categorised by the level. Level 1 serves dumpling of normal quality at very affordable price. Queue is long and take-away style. Level 2 serves higher quality at slightly higher price and are served by waitresses. Level 3 serves the best quality at a quater serving of what level 1 is selling at 4 times the price. It is said that the skin of the dumpling gets thinner as we go up 1 level of the restaurant. Dumpling is delicious. Some other snack is good too esp a deep fried squid ball also filled with juicy sauce.
Comes in set meal.

By the Bund Promenade

by goglobe

Ignore those foto touts and soft drind stalls, just stand by the walk and watch the busy Whampoa River where busy vessels pass along. There are still docks all the way to the tip of Shanghai where Yangtze meets, and construction cranes work busily to the inner parts of the river near the Langpu bridge. It is reported that by 2010 when Shanghai hosts the great expo, that part of the port area will be transformed with grander designs.

Jing'an Temple

by Willettsworld

Although this temple is said to date back to the Song dynasty, (having been relocated here from Suzhou Creek in 1216), the current temple complex looks very new and was being renovated when I visited in May 2008. In fact it looked like a building site with a new hall being built with a flight of concrete steps leading up to it. It's not a great temple to visit, so if your time is limited, I shouldn't bother coming.

Admission: Y20.

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