Shanghai Tiankang Hotel

4568 Baoan Road, Jiading District, Shanghai, 201814, China
Motel 168 Shanghai Jiading Bao'an Main Road F1 Speedway
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Transportation from Airport to hotel

by jitisareen

What is the best way to go to Courtyeard Marriott in Shanghai from Pu Dong airport

RE: Transportation from Airport to hotel

by explorer001

What's your definition of 'Best way'? cheapest or the most convenient?

Two options that I know.
1. Take the maglev to Long yang station then a taxi ride.
2. Take the taxi all the way ;)

RE: RE: Transportation from Airport to hotel

by polartraveller

or if you are on expense account, call the hotel to have then arrange for a car to pick you up, it is alway fun to be one of those that walk out of the airport and there will be a guy there holding a sign with your name on.

RE: Transportation from Airport to hotel

by ellyse

Hard to advise on what's "best" without an idea of your budget and timing.

RE: Transportation from Airport to hotel

by Lance_in_shanghai

Jitisareen, I have come to your rescue. I can't afford that hotel but I know you will pay more than 300 RMB for their pick-up service at the airport. Instead, change 20 US dollars to Chinese RMB at the airport. Walk out of the airport and on the ground level you will find some very comfy-style buses waiting for budget-minded passengers. Each of the building pillars is marked quite clearly with a sign that has a large number for that bus and a simple route map. Take the number 5 bus for 18 RMB. The bus worker will put your baggage in the lower part of the bus. The bus will go all the way to the railway station but you only need to go half that far, about 30 minutes.

Now you have two choices for where to get off the bus. You will need to tell the driver the name of the road and to be even more sure, listen to the voice message at each stop. Also, be outgoing and ask if anyone on the bus speaks English. Of 25 air travelers, good chance you will find a translator right on the bus with you.

(1) Get off at Dongfang Road stop (tell the driver "Dongfang Lu") and take a taxi to 838 Dongfang Road (at crossing of Weifang Road -- pronounced "way-fang lu"). Pay the taxi driver 11 RMB. That's the hotel.
(2) Get off at Fenghe Road (pronounced like "fung huh"). That's the last stop before the bus goes into the tunnel to go under the river. You can gaze at the Oriental Pearl Tower as soon as you get off. Take the metro line 2 for two stops to Dongfang Road. Buy the ticket at the booth before you try to go throught he turnstile. Just say "Dongfang Lu" to the ticket seller and pay. The plastic card activates the sensor atop the turnstile and you put it in the exit turnstile slot when you go off. First stop is Dongchang Road so be careful. On the east side of the river, many roads have a name of Dong-whatever. The metro also has voice announcements in English. That will cost you about 2-3 RMB, can't remember which. When you walk out of the metro station, you should look around for your hotel that is probably visible immediately.

Also, from the bus stop at Dongfang Road, you can just walk south about 8 blocks if you feel up to it. That's a great way to get a feel for the city. Pudong area is not half as crowded as the west side of the river so you may survive crossing those streets!!

Travel Tips for Shanghai

You can wash your hands when your done!

by herzog63

Outside a few of the public toilets there were sinks for washing up when you're done with your business. Learning the Chinese symbol for the toilet is one of the characters I made sure I learned. It saved me more than once!! Bring your own toilet paper if you think you'll need it...otherwise a small can of water is provided to freshen up.....

Pudong Airport to the City (and back)

by Patriquito

If you arrive or leave from Pudong Airport in Shanghai, you should use the Magnetic Levitation Train (Maglev or Transrapid), where German engineering meets Chinese resolution. For 30km it needs only 7 minutes, and it goes 430 km per hour at its fastest, not even Michael Schumacher has this feeling. The train connects Pudong Airport with the metro station Longyang Lu. It costs 40 RMB one way if you have an airticket for that date. If not, they charge you 50 RMB.

Really Big Piece of Jade

by Sail2Maine

The jade buddha is indeed impressive but the real treat is to see and old Chinese building complex and find a bit of calm (despite the number for people who stream through this site) in the midst of Shanghai.

While it is a big tourist spot there were plenty of people who had come to pray and bring sacrifices and that was as interesting to watch as it was to see the jade buddha.

Ride the Maglev train

by K.Knight

The Maglev train is advertised as “The fastest you will travel without flying!” This high speed train reaches a controlled speed of 430 km’s per hour, (267 mph,) and runs between the Longyang road Metro station and the Shanghai International Airport.

Anne and decided to travel on the train by doing a return journey at a coast on 80 Yuan, (US$11.00,) to experience the thrill of speed and to watch the scenery literally rush by the window.

To travel the 30 km’s, (19.6 miles,) between the two stations took 7 minutes and 21 seconds! The trip was very smooth and extremely quiet. (Except for Anne and me commenting on the speed all the time!)

Wonderful Shanghai

by zizquark

I was in Shanghai March 28, 2002 - March 31. I was running non-stop from the time I left the plane . There was so much to see and do in the short amount of time I had , I don't know how my body fought off the sleep deprivation but it did. There was so much to do in the day and evening, who had time for sleep. Here is Nanging Road the 5th ave. of Shanghai. The picture is a little blurry ( My Sony PC5 takes great videos but the stills aren't that sharp) but you get the idea. NEON EVERYWHERE ! In beautiful colors and movements. The strange thing for an American to see was the neon lamposts of Pepsi signs lining the road toward The Bund. There were many many illuminated Pepsi logos shining their Capitalist Sell along the walk.


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