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Welcome to Shanghai: Your Guide to Flights and Beyond


Step into the dynamic and cosmopolitan metropolis of Shanghai! Boasting an iconic skyline, a rich historical tapestry, and a lively cultural scene, Shanghai seamlessly intertwines tradition with modernity. Whether you're a business traveler or a leisure enthusiast, this guide serves as your all-encompassing reference for everything you require regarding flights to Shanghai.

Getting There


  • Pudong International Airport (PVG): The main international gateway with a wide range of global flights.
  • Hongqiao International Airport (SHA): Conveniently located and handling both domestic and international flights.


Discover the best times to visit Shanghai based on weather, festivals, and special events throughout the year. Shanghai has much to offer in every season, whether you're interested in spring blooming or winter festivities.

Planning Your Trip

Best Time to Visit

Discover the optimal times to visit Shanghai, taking into account the weather, festivals, and special events throughout the year. Whether you're interested in spring blooms or winter festivities, Shanghai has something to offer in every season.


Explore accommodation options ranging from luxury hotels on the Bund to boutique accommodations in the trendy Jing'an and Xintiandi neighborhoods.

Exploring Shanghai

Must-See Attractions

  • The Bund:Marvel at the antique waterfront set against contemporary skyscrapers.
  • Yu Garden: Explore Yu Garden, a classical Chinese garden in the heart of the Old City.
  • Shanghai Tower: For panoramic views of the city, visit the world's second-tallest building.

Cultural Experiences

  • Nanjing Road: Shop on one of the busiest shopping avenues in the world..
  • Shanghai Museum: Learn about Chinese art, history, and culture.

Culinary Adventures

Enjoy Shanghai's eclectic culinary scene, which includes everything from traditional street cuisine in Old Town to high-end restaurants with a view.

Transportation within the City

Public Transit

Learn about Shanghai's efficient metro system and buses, which make around the city simple.

Maglev Train

Discover the high-speed Maglev train that connects Pudong Airport to the city center.

Travel Tips


Despite the fact that Mandarin is the official language, English is extensively used in tourist regions.


Shanghai employs the Chinese Yuan (CNY), so bring local currency with you for convenience.