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Exploring Pudong

Less than two decades ago, Pudong (‘eastern town') was vacant farmland. Today it's the cosmopolitan core of the city, complete with modern skyscrapers and a booming financial district. This is also home to the Oriental Pearl television tower, the city's icon. Pudong hosts the largest and most exclusive hotels in Shanghai.

Accommodations near Pudong

There is a range of options for all travelers. The most popular hotel in Shanghai is the Jinjiang Inn Shanghai Minsheng Rd, which has been booked 5 times from our verified guests. Our guests also highly recommended Youcun Apartment - Jueshi Building in Shanghai as it has been reserved 5 times.

Sightseeing near Pudong

- Shanghai Ocean Aquarium

This massive aquarium is one of the largest in the world and has a viewing tunnel of about 155-meters (about 170 yards) in length. There are many exhibition areas featuring more than 300 types and 15,000 water creatures and rare fishes, such as poison dart frogs, jellyfishes, moonfish, leafy sea dragons and emperor penguins.

- Oriental Pearl Tower

This 1,500-foot television tower has become Shanghai's icon. It towers over Pudong and boasts a slick, science fiction exterior that feels like it's straight out of the future. The middle and top spheres both have observation decks that can be reached via high-speed elevator.

Transportation near Pudong

Pudong International Airport serves flights from across the world, linking major cities across the five continents. The city’s second airport, Hongqiao, serves domestic flights, and can be useful if you’ve time to hop a flight to Beijing, Lhasa, Hong Kong or other places of interest in China. A unique means of onward transportation to the city from Pudong Airport is the Meglev, the amazing ultra-fast magnetic levitation express, which covers the 30km journey to the city in just seven minutes. Getting around Shanghai is by metro, taxi or bus, with the metro offering dual signage in Mandarin and English.

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