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Shanghai & Hangzhou

by UNMONO

Hello there,

A friend and I will go to the Expo in August and will go to Hangzhou and then return to Shanghai again.

The question is if I can travel from Hangzhou to Wuzhen in the morning and then leave there to Shanghai in the afternoon. I'm not sure because I've found only the info of the day-trip ticket from Hangzhou or Shanghai. If so, may you please advise where I can take the bus as well as the bus schedule?

Thank you in advance.

Re: Shanghai & Hangzhou

by cafank

When I was in Wuzhen last year I had to go back to Hangzhou then catch the train back to Shanghai.

There were limited buses from Wuzhen but I could not pre-book and the buses were full when I got to the bus station. Hopefully someone else will be able to help you. I loved Wuzhen, a very good redevelopment of the old water villages and many authentic old buildings, museums to see.

Re: Shanghai & Hangzhou

by UNMONO

Thank you, cafank.

Hopefully, someone could help me on this, or else, I may need to skip it, which I don't want :(

Re: Shanghai & Hangzhou

by cafank

I have done a bit more research for you - apparently there are limited buses from Shanghai West Bus station to Wuzhen so they must return there...

With the fast train from Hangzhou, it is really not much hassle to go back to Hangzhou and then on to Shanghai.

Re: Shanghai & Hangzhou

by ellyse

Yes, you definitely can.
Buses between Shanghai and Wuzhen use the Shanghai South long-distance bus station, not West. In fact I don't know of any Shanghai West long-distance bus station, but it might be a small station that's not as popular. Unfortunately I don't know the timings of the Wuzhen -- Shanghai buses, but I'm sure there're still departures in the afternoon, 5 departures throughout the day.
Hangzhou -- Wuzhen buses are more frequent. They leave from the main sightseeing long-distance bus station at 0625, 0700, 0800, 0830, 0945, 1015, 1115, 1145, 1255, 1320, 1425, 1505, 1610, 1645, 1735 and 1815. Fare is 28 RMB.

Re: Shanghai & Hangzhou

by UNMONO

You're so kind, cafank. Thank you again :)

Thank you for your advice, Ellyse. It's so helpful. I think I can manage a trip to Wuzhen now.

Re: Shanghai & Hangzhou

by ellyse

No problem, you're welcome. :)

Travel Tips for Shanghai

The Bund is a great part of...

by zizquark

The Bund is a great part of Shanghai that shows the influences of the outside world on not only the city, but China in general. On one side of the river (Pu Xi) you have the European style buildings that were erected when the British and French divvided up Shanghai around the turn of the century. On the other side of the river (Pu Dong) you have the ultra modern, almost futuristic TV Tower, Jin Mao tower, and other office buildings. A fun way to cross the river is the new Tourist Tunnel. It's located just off Nanjing Road. You will see signs leading to the tunnel on both sides of the river. It's basically a Disneyland land ride mixed with cool club lights and music. It's 30 Yuan roundtripto cross the river.

Shanghai Maglev Train (SMT)

by FreeCloud

The newly built Shanghai Maglev Train system is the first application of German electronic MAGnetic LEVitation technology.

Between Pudong International Airport and Longyang Lu Station on Metro Line 2, about 30 miles, the SMT took 7.5 minutes on its maiden trip on December 31, 2002, with a speed of 430 KM/Hour. This distance usually would take around an hour by car.

The SMT would be open to public during weekend as a tourist attraction for a year, with two types of ticket, RMB 150 or
RMB 300 per person for either regular or VIT car, respectively. It is planned to start scheduled operation after one year trial (the 'tourist attraction').

Shanghai Museum

by khc606

This museum boasts 120,000 Chinese art pieces and archaeological findings. Permanent exhibits feature bronzes, ceramics and paintings, among other artifacts. Other facilities include a library with 20,000 books, a conservation laboratory and a lecture room. There is a gift shop on the first floor, a non-smoking teahouse and several antique and curio stalls. The building itself is an architectural showpiece, resembling an ancient tripod when viewed sideways. The rooftop with glassed dome is modeled on a Han Dynasty mirror.

Shanghai Pudong Development Bank dome.

by Guantanamera

Shown here, the exterior of Shanghai Pudong Development Bank as seen from the Bund Promenade... Notice the old European style architecture in the columns and dome... Of course, today the Chinese take care to show that the building is not owned by the European imperialists by topping it with Chinese flags...

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