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Travel out of Shanghai

by schizee14

Hi all.. I will be in Shanghai for a month from 14 July to visit a friend who's working there. Would like to know what are the rough charges for visiting Japan and Korea via ferry from Shanghai.. And where other places I could visit besides Suzhou and Hangzhou? For example Hongkong?

RE: Travel out of Shanghai

by ellyse

Gee, you could even visit everywhere in China if you really wanted to, who cares? Do you mean daytrips, overnight trips or weekend trips, or what?
A ferry to Osaka/Kobe would be in the region of 3000 RMB, I believe.

RE: RE: Travel out of Shanghai

by schizee14

wow... ferry to japan costs that much? what about to hongkong? both flights or trains can reach there? roughly how much would that cost? thanks so much for your replies..

RE: RE: Travel out of Shanghai

by BlaTboy


You can take a two day trip to Huang Shan (Yellow Mountain). By using the over night btrain, treat yourself to a Soft Sleeper, four bunks with a door. It isn't much more then the price of a hard sleeper (not really a hard bunk). There is a delighful man in Huang Shan that can help you out with any of your travel needs while there. Mr. Ho, I think was his name?????? Has a nice lil restaurant in town.
China is a Great place to travel as long as you know some Mandarin, or have some one who can.
Nanjing was fun, and had plenty to do, and see.

Good Luck & have fun B-out

RE: RE: Travel out of Shanghai

by Bav

Japan & Korea are quite far from Shanghai despite being in Asia!!!!!
As for Hong Kong, I got the train from HK to Shanghai a couple of years ago & it cost me around £40GBP (21 hours in hard sleeper - very good train & confortable), flights were over £100 one way.
What about Beijing?? There loads to see there and do.

Travel Tips for Shanghai

Jin mao Tower

by Lionshart

China's tallest building, it has 88 floors with the observation deck on the 83rd floor. The lift is one of the fastest in the world and travels at about 5 floors per second. The views are spectacular esp the one of the Oriental Pearl TV Tower.

Maglev Train

by cpm440vee

There are only 2 stops - Pudong airport and Longyang station (it's also a Metro station). Longyang station doesn't seem to have any elevators (only escalators). I had a hell of a time getting 2 large pieces of luggage and my carry-on up on the escalator.

Take it for the novelty. It is quite an experience blowing by highway traffic as if they were standing still. Well you are moving at a max speed of 431kph (268mph). Total trip time - 7 minutes 20 seconds. Total distance - 30 km.

A river flows throught it...

by Nemoa

Huangpu River crosses Shanghai and it can be navigated for shipping. Iti is a nice sight with its yellow waters and it is nothing less 114 kilometers (71 miles) long, 400 meters wide and has an average depth of nine meters (30 feet).

Not bad, eh?

It divides the city into two parts, east and west.

The waterfront, most commonly called The Bund ( or Zhongshan Road sometimes) is the symbol of the city.

It extends from the Baidu Bridge, which is at the connecting point of the Huangpu River and the Suzhou Creek, to the East Jinling Road and it is some 1500 metres long.
Some of the best sights is the Oriental Pearl TV Tower.

The most famous and attractive sight which is at the west side of the Bund are the 52 various buildings of different architectural styles including Gothic, Baroque, Romanesque, Classicism and the Renaissance which used to be the consulates of the different countries represented in Shanghai and banks, offices, newspapers and all sort of administrative buildings.

They do not respond to a pre-arranges ubanistic design but you will find that the result is quite harmonic ! Or I least I thought so!

Colorful Nanjing Road

by Travelchili

Nanjing Road is fascinating during the day and night. It's the place that everyone seems to like because it's always packed. And when I say packed, then I mean PACKED :) I have never seen so many people shopping at once. Hehee! Nanjing Road runs all the way from the Bund to the People's Park, so if you enjoy shopping in busy places, you can plan on spending quite some time over there :)

Our Shanghai Misadventure

by zoe_girl18

"Huang Pu River Cruise and the Bund"

So okay, this is my first time in Shanghai and we were duped by our tour guide.. would you believe charging us 200rmb for a cruise in the Huang Pu river???!!!
But enough about that, I don't want to destroy the tour by wallowing on these thoughts.. the important thing was that i had a great time vacationing with friends and family..

"Huang Pu River Cruise and the Bund"

This is my first time to go to a country where the temperature is (my godness!!) too cold for me.. 5 degrees is already too much for me.. what will happen if I go somewhere where there's snow?? poor me.. hahaha!!!

"Nanjing People's Pedestrian"

lots of shopping places.. but i wonder why they close so early.. 10pm... =(
no time to go shopping... they should at leadt be open until 12mn since they know that this is a tourist destination. And what's bothering me is that they don't have a night market.. really no chance to go shopping.. =(
hahaha!!!

"Zhu Jia Jiao"

shanghai's Venice.. it's located on the suburb where you can see the old city..

"Zhu Jia Jiao - Fang Sheng Bridge"

shanghai's Oldest bridge.. 550 years old..

"Zhu Jia Jiao"

"The Cheng Huang Miao (Temple)"

One of the places you must see in Shanghai.. lots of people, lots of native delicasies (think: stinking tofu).. lots of shopping areas...

"The Cheng Huang Miao (Temple)"

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