Shunli Hotel

38 South Xinchong Road, Chongming Island, Shanghai, Shanghai Region, 202150, China
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How long is the flight time Shanghai - Rangoon

by LimAikLee

I am a new comer to VT and would like to know flight time Shaghai-Rangoon. I will be visiting Burma in October 2006.
Lim Aik Lee ( China )

RE: How long is the flight time Shanghai - Rangoon

by nepalgoods

Hello,

as far as I know, there are no direct flights from Shanghai to Rangoon. You have to change at KUnming. The time is total 6 h 40min to 7 h. If you fly via Bangkok, the flight time will be about 8 h.

Happy and safe travels.

RE: How long is the flight time Shanghai - Rangoon

by suru

There are no direct flights from Sanghai to Rangoon as of today.

May be you have to change at singapore or Bangkok.

Travel Tips for Shanghai

Chopsticks rule!

by SangAji

forks n spoons, for those who can't get to grips with chopsticks.
most restaurants only have chopsticks n soup spoon, n the waiters are very insistent that one uses them n will make all efforts to show how!

Ride the metro

by K.Knight

When traveling between major tourist sites in Shanghai, Anne and I took the metro. The trains were very spacious, air-conditioned, and safe, the ticketing system was easy to use as there is an "English" button you can use. The metro stations are all within close proximity to the attractions.

The easiest and hassle free way to travel between The Pearl Tower, Maglev station, Nanjing Street and the Shanghai museum is on the metro.

Be warned…. When purchasing a one way ticket though, you only have 2 hours to complete the journey.

Shanghai Museum - A must

by SLLiew

Located in down Shanghai at People's Square, Shanghai Museum is a must for any foreign visitor to China to see the history and cultural of China over the dynasties since 2000 BC.

There are several floors and it will easily take you 2 hours to see. On the ground floor is a short introduction of the history of China. Then you can sample the different galleries whether you are into coins, furniture, calligraphy, paintings or bronzes or potteries or miniature perfume and treasure chests.

Get a re-entry hand stamp if you would like to go out for a quick lunch at mall underground or across to Nanjing Road.

Definitely value for money and time. There are both English and Chinese explanatory thematic free leaflets at the main lobby for better understanding and further reading when you get home.

Modern and rich

by solopes

A modern building in the noble area of Shanghai holds the city museum.

Its modern conception allows a clever distribution of the displays, easing the choice of the visitors, that may decide between a general observation or a detailed visit to any special area or theme.

The pearl of the Orient...

by szabolcs

I am having a hard time writing about Shanghai. This city is changing at a speed probably unique in the whole world. That's why guidebooks always need to note in their respective Shanghai sections that by the time the books hit the shelves Shanghai may already be a different city, with skyscrapers that at the time of writing were merely plans.

My first thought about the place as I headed downtown from the Hongqiao Airport was that unlike any other Chinese city I had seen before, this city appeared to be a possible place to live. Shanghai is bigger than Beijing but you still don't get frightened by impersonal monumentality that abounds on Beijing's streets. It is more elegant and is of humane proportions.

Shanghai has never been a traditional Chinese city. Ever since its foundation it was deeply influenced by mainly Europeans. No wonder that the major attraction, the world famous BUND avenue is lined by elegant colonial styled buildings that have nothing Chinese in them except for the flags waving at their tops. For decades the Bund was THE skyline of Shanghai that foreigners easily recognised. This is now being challenged by the Pudong New Area. A place of rusty warehouses and some farmland for growing vegetables a decade ago, Pudong is now the Manhattan of the Huangpu river. The riverside Bund meant the end of Shanghai, now it's facing the new city that is meant to display China's wealth and speedy development.
Pudong is the area of glitzy skyscrapers and its skyline is guaranteed not to remain the same for more than a few weeks. This area (which is a Special Economic Zone) houses office buildings and hotels in ever growing numbers. Most of the buildings are half empty yet, but this does not deter anyone from erecting more and more of them. Pudong is home to the new Shanghai Stock Exchange, the 88-storey JINMAO building (third tallest in the world) which houses the Hyatt-Regency from the 53rd floor upwards, the new and very high-tech Pudong International Airport and the ORIENTAL PEARL TV Tower (third tallest tower in the world) known for its unique shape and the breathtaking panoramic view it offers.

Back in the western part the city still has some treats for visitors. Among them is the old town with the very spectacular YuYuan Gardens. You may enter through a zig-zagging bridge that is to keep bad spirits away (they can only travel in a straight line). It is truly charming. Although most of the old buildings in the area now house huge department stores the streets themselves did not lose their authentic and old athmosphere. Still, Shanghai is not the place for 1000 year old temples and monuments. The famous Jade Buddha Temple is from the early 20th century but is worth a visit, although it is slightly off the centre. Look for the statues of Buddha made of pure jade. One of them is said to weigh about a 1000kg.
Some more sights include the Nanjing Road, People's Park and square with the Shanghai Museum and Sun Yatsen's Residence.

However, Shanghai is not simply about the sights themselves. It is a city where walking streets of no touristic value can also be an interesting experience, just to get the true feel of the city. Some say that Shanghai was put to sleep during the hardliner years of communism. It has definitely revived and is a bustling, colourful and lively place. Shanghai is a metropolis but is definitely not without character. And as the night comes you should not waste your precious time sleeping, but head out to the streets to see this beautiful city splendidly illuminated.

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