Travel Information

Transportation
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There are three ways from the Pudong airport to the Pine city Hotel.

1. Taxi
Cost: 180 RMB depends on road condition. Time: About 1 hour.

2. Metro
Step one: Take the Maglev at the Pudong airport and exit at the Longyang Road station.
Step two: Take the Metro Line 7 at the Longyang Road and exit at the Zhaojiabang Road Station.
Setp three: About 10 minutes walk to the Pine city hotel.
Time: About 2 hours.

Or Step one: Take the Metro Line 2 at the Pudong airport and exit at the Longyang Road Station.
Step two: Take the Metro Line 7 at the Longyang Road and exit at the Zhaojiabang Road Station.
Setp three: About 10 minutes walk to the Pine city hotel.
Time: More than 2 hours. Not suggested.

 

Shanghai Transportation
By Air
Shanghai has two international airports-Pudong International Airport and Hongqiao International airport. The two modern airports are equipped with very advanced facilities. Everyday, about 1,000 flights travel through the two airports, linked with many domestic and international cities such as Beijing, Hong Kong, New York, Los Angeles, London, Paris, Tokyo and Singapore.

Pudong International Airport
http://en.shairport.com/pudongair.html

Hongqiao International Airport
http://en.shairport.com/hongqiaoair.html

Local Transportation
Shanghai has an extensive public transport system, largely based on buses, taxis, and a rapidly expanding metro system. All of these public transport tools can be accessed using the Shanghai Public Transportation Card. Fourteen subway lines have connections all over the city, with stops at or nearby the main attractions and commercial areas. It is one of the fastest-growing systems in the world - the first line opened in just 1995. Shanghai also has the world's most extensive bus system with nearly one thousand bus lines, operated by numerous transportation companies. Not all of Shanghai 's bus routes are numbered - some have names exclusively in Chinese. Bus fares are usually 1, 2 (RMB), sometimes higher, while Metro fares run from 3 to 9 (RMB) depending on distance.

Metro Information: http://www.shmetro.com/EnglishPage/EnglishPage.jsp