Replica Inn Jintuo Shanghai

No.19 Liuhe Road, Pudong New District, Shanghai, Shanghai Region, 200126, China
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Travel Info...

by venom1376

Hi, I plan to visit shanghai on 24th dec to 02 jan 2007, first of all i would like to know wats the best way to get from pudong airport to Xie Tu Rd i think its in the city centre.
2. What all can i do there in 8days, will there be new year celebrations?
3.what clubs and pubs are good to goto?
4.were can i buy branded clothes at a good price?
5.how much will it cost for a tour guide?

RE: Travel Info...

by enzhu

For the transportation, I'll recommend you take maglev train from Pudong airport and then transfer subway.
For the pub, there is one on top of the Shanghai Jinmao Building, it also said to be the highest pub in the world. It's a nice place to see bond in night.

RE: Travel Info...

by ellyse

1) Where exactly on Xietu Lu do you need to go? The best way that I can think of would be taxi, obviously. :P Alternatively, take airport shuttle no.3 and make sure to tell the ticket seller on the bus that you need to alight at Da Pu Qiao (打浦桥) and thus make sure that she tells you where to get off. Depending on where your final destination actually is, you might still have to take a taxi or walk to it.
Taking the Maglev and then metro is not recommended as I don't think the metro stop would be close enough to your destination. You'll have problems travelling with your luggage on the metro (assuming you're not just travelling with non-bulky luggage), lots of going up and down stairs or escalators (not every metro exit has escalators!) and depending on your timing, it could be very crowded.

2) Yes, there will be, but not very major. Chinese pay more attention to the Chinese New Year aka Spring Festival, not the Western New Year (ie 1/1). There're no public holidays for Christmas nor Western New Year. There's plenty of sightseeing and shopping to be done in Shanghai, what can be done would depend on your interests and budget, which you've not stated, so what am I supposed to recommend? One man's meat is easily another's poison.

3) Noisy crowded discotheques or quieter laid-back places? What kind of budget? Be more specific, there's quite a lot of variety here. The main nightlife areas would be Tongren Lu, Xintiandi, Fuxing Park, Maoming Lu, Hengshan Lu and Julu Lu.

4) Genuine foreign brands for cheap? If you're looking for those, forget it -- I don't think it'd be any cheaper than buying back home (I see from your profile that you're from the UK). Firstly because China levies high taxes on foreign imports; secondly because it's not a end-of-season sale time. There're plenty of places selling knock-offs though, but you'll have to bargain well.

5) It depends on your requirements and standards. Drop me a VTMail with more details if you're interested.

Travel Tips for Shanghai

Bicycles

by Travelchili

Bicycles, bicycles, bicycles... they were everywhere! Sometimes I just stopped to look at them, wondering if I could capture a moment without seeing one. I couldn't! While walking around in Shanghai or any other Chinese city, it's better to be careful because it's quite easy to be run over. Auch! ;)

To Pudong airport by the world fastest train

by enzhu

You must try the Maglev train from Shanghai Pudong airport to Shanghai Metro station. The train travels over 30km in less than 8 minutes and hits the maximum speed over 430km/h. It's absolute the fastest train on the earth.
The price for a ride is RMB50, it's a little more than $6. If you have the same day air ticket at Pudong airport (no e-ticket) then it's only RMB40.

The Shanghai Museum

by salisbury3933

The Shanghai Museum has a pretty impressive collection of various paintings, calligraphy, bronzes, old coins and so on, stretching far back in Chinese history.

You could easily spend half a day there looking around. Very impressive indeed.

Century Park

by meteorologist1

Century Park located in Pudong is the largest park in Shanghai. You will see lots of nice landscaping work done here including trees, lawns, and lakes. There are also many gardens for you to enjoy. You can bike, walk, run, or fly a kite which many locals do. Also a great place for a picnic and playing some golf. Tickets to enter the park are 10 yuan each. See web site for park map and other details.

Shanghai: The Paris of the East

by darthmilmo

"U la la..."

Welcome, to Shanghai! This modern city comes with its own china town. This alone should tell any traveler that a visit to Shanghai is more like a visit to a western city such as New York and Paris. In fact, some call Shanghai the Paris of the East.

As for the picture, I wanted to take this to illustrate how the construction companies of Shanghai use bamboo as resources to uplift their buildings. However, the outcome came much better with the moving cars in the bottom. It's a true illustration of how time is changing Shanghai, now more then ever.

Feel free to browse around my tips and photologues.

Please respect my photos and me by not using my pictures without previous permission. Cheers. © Copyrighted by Darth Milmo :)

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