Warner Inn

1978 Lianhua Road, Minhang District, Shanghai, 201103, China
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requirements for buying domestic tickets at the airport

by fluffy_

i will be going to beijing via shanghai in january. i will be asking my friend who's going to shanghai this week to buy my shanghai-beijing tickets at the shanghai pudong airport. does she need to present MY passport so that she can buy tickets for me? or does she just need my passport details when she buys my ticket?

Re: requirements for buying domestic tickets at the airport

by DarylC

Hi Fluffy

Your friend just needs to have your full name and passport number. She may get a better deal by asking at a travel agent though - most good hotels have an travel office within them. You will probably pick up a good discount buying it that way.

Re: requirements for buying domestic tickets at the airport

by ellyse

No, your friend doesn't have to produce your passport.
She'll however need at least your passport number and full passport name. In addition might need your date of birth.

Re: requirements for buying domestic tickets at the airport

by Lance_in_shanghai

I agree with Ellyse. I have bought airline tickets in China a few times from agents that deliver by bike courier and they always needed date of birth along with passport number, issuing country. Just cover all your bases and give visa number, home address, telephone also.

Travel Tips for Shanghai

88th FLOOR OBSERVATORY, JIN MAO TOWER

by ancient_traveler

88 Century Boulevard
Pudong, Shanghai 200121
Tel:(86-21)50475101 Jin Mao Tower is the tallest building in China and the third tallest one in the world. The observation deck is on the 88thfloor of Jin Mao Tower, is also the biggest from the height of it, you are also to view the Huangpu River entering the sea and all the scenery of Shanghai. Look down inside the observation deck, a great picture of the highest deluxe five-star hotel of the Grand Hotel, is exhibited in front.

Strong with Bargains

by nomadig about Pacific Department Store

Pacific Department Store has at least two stores around the city: one in Xujiahui and another on Central HuaiHai Road near the HuangPi Road metro station. The both stores are mostly filled with Asian brands, but there are some international labels as well.

The perks with this store are the bargains. Usually there are at least some of the stuff on sale, and you can find something really cheap. Of course, you may find nothing at all, too.

The store on HuaiHai road has a small supermarket at the basement, but it's more a joke, as it contains only the most basic items.

coffee house in Pudong Airport

by machomikemd about Hopestar Coffee and Cate

very expensive but good strong coffee in pudong airport. This coffee joint ispopular in the pudong international airport and they have many branches in both terminal 1 and two of this sprawling airport. Hope Star Coffee and Cate has lots of items on the menu but since it was just after lunch that i was departing for hong kong, I tried the coffee to make we awake. the coffee choices are many like the usual capuccinos, espressos, lattes but what I tried is the charcoal driped cold coffee, strong and robust in flavor and quite expensive at 55 RMB!, their other special is the china style blue mountain coffee cold coffee at 62 RMB but I don;t like drinking many coffee cups ok. I just tried the coffee but the basic hot coffee espresso here is about 40 RMB, quite expensive but hey it's in an airport! and they have quite a selection of meals and shanghai style quick chow on the menu and costs between 30 RMB to 80 RMB an order.

Yuyuan Garden & Bazaar

by limledi

Yuyuan Garden & Bazaar is such a busy place. Maybe because we went there during a holiday. It's so crowded and we can't hardly move due to throngs of people around. There are so many Chinese arts and crafts sold in the bazaars. Chinese food items are also abundant. East meets west coz Coca Cola and Haagen Daz can also be found here. Nice architecture coz of the old building structures in the surroundings. Nice colorful trees also dotted the place.

This place redefines what big is...

by symbiont

"Pajamas and architecture"

Shanghai is big....I mean really big! I just recently visited there on a whirlwind business trip. I found the taxi drivers friendly and the hotel managements substandard.

Taking the train north to Wuxi for the day represented an opportunity to see the developing countryside. Still lots of factories belching orange smoke, but lots of prisitne newly lanscaped roads and avenues.

"Morning in Shanghai"

This guy was out for his morning stretch and run around the Bund area. Wearing the pajamas of old, I chuckled as I quickly captured his image.

"No spitting!"

Evidently Shanghai still has a problem with public spitting. Sptoon culture still exists and this is a way for hotels to indicate that spitting is not allowed any more.

I did not see anyone spitting this trip, but did find these icons here and there.

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Address: 1978 Lianhua Road, Minhang District, Shanghai, 201103, China