Yu Feng Garden Hotel

No.1978 Caoan Road, Jiading District, Shanghai, Shanghai Region, 200184, China
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Bus-Prices?

by Entziehung

Hello! I will have to travel around the 1.th of September from Shanghai to Nanjing,but I do not know anything about travelling in China. How much does is cost by bus or by train? And where can i get any information from? is there a special information-service for that?i have to travel as cheap as possible,because i am a student. Thank you for giving me any information to that topic!!

RE: Bus-Prices?

by Jessie_Chin

Usually I prefer to travel by an express train. For hard seat it cost about 50RMB, while for soft seat the price is 79. As far as I can remember, bus price is almost the same as soft seat price.

You can check with the ticket office at Shanghai Railway Station. Perhaps a slow train will cost less.

RE: Bus-Prices?

by sprogston

Try page
http://www.oklx.com/cn/train/path/0a4e776d_5753ac4e.html
for trains.
As you can see cheapest is Y24 single for hard seat on ‘slow‘ train。

Travel Tips for Shanghai

Dancing Like a Local Mexican!!

by CeciliaL

Wow, it was so fun. I was surfing the net and tried to scope out some fun things to do in Shanghai. I found Jazz du Funk from the Shanghai Expat Working and Living in Shanghai. So I took a chance and joined one of their 'drop in' classes.

Merengue it was!! We had a very small class - only six of us, including the instructor. We had a great instruction. He was very patient and showed us all these seemingly impossible moves. We laughed, danced, laughed a little more, danced a little bit more, and lost the rhythm.... It was just great fun.

They have three weeks off due to summer holiday. Now I am really looking forward to be a regular once they are back in business end of August.

MagLev Train to Pudong Airport

by ahoerner

Also described on the "Off the Beaten Path" section, this train is ALSO a useful and fast transportation from the Longyang station to the Pudong Airport.

A practical and unique way of getting to the airport in just 8 minutes at 431 km/h!

Single fare: RMB 50,00.
Return fare: RMB 80,00 on the same day.

The Bund

by cheezecake_deli

The Bund (or Wai Tan) is the quintessential Shanghai sight. Its name is derived from the Hindi word "band", meaning embankment, and strung along it are a series of colossal Art Deco buildings dating largely from the first four decades of the 20th century. These were in the past headquarters of multinational banks and companies, testifying to Shanghai's status as a global financial and trading centre in the inter-war years.

A good place to "take in" the Bund is actually from the other side of Huangpu river, in Lujiazui, Pudong. If you're taking pictures, the best time is early morning, when the sun is behind you. After you have satisfied yourself gazing at the Bund from afar, you can cross the Huangpu by the Bund Sightseeing Tunnel which takes you to the northern end of The Bund. You might see Shanghai residents practising qigong early in the morning (very early!). Most tourists on Bund-side are drawn to the modern Pudong skyline to the east, but don't forget to take a look at the matronly buildings behind you! My favourite is the former HSBC headquarter, at number 12.

Madame Tussauds Shanghai

by chatterley

Madame Tussauds Shanghai is newly-opened. This wax museum is divided into various categories - entertainment, sports, etc. You can see famous figures (Marilyn Monroe, Princess Diana, Bruce Lee, Yao Ming, David Beckham etc) and take pictures with them.

Jackie Chan (his wax figure) will welcome you at the entrance to this museum, and staff from the museum will take a picture of you posing with "him". At the exit, you can again take a photo with Andy Lau. After taking these photos, the staff will hand you a ticket, and you can then proceed to the counter (after you exit) and view your photos. If you like them, you can purchase them. A photo costs 55 RMB, and a keychain with the photo costs 35 RMB.

For your information, the wax figure of Andy Lau is a unique one - it has got a "heartbeat" (you can touch and feel it) and the nose is also soft to the touch.

Jade Buddha Temple

by Willettsworld

In 1882, an old temple was built to keep two jade Buddha statues which had been brought from Burma by a monk named Huigen. The temple was destroyed during the revolution that overthrew the Qing Dynasty. Fortunately the jade Buddha statues were saved and a new temple was built on the present site in 1928 and named after the jade statues. Although the history of the Jade Buddha Temple is not very long, the old-time and classical architectural style makes the temple unique and well worth a visit.

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