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Shanghai is a major municipality in China located near the estuary of the River Yangtze. The city is the most populous urban area of China and the world’s second-most populous city proper. Shanghai, called Hu for short is an international metropolis is a global center for innovation, finance, and transportation. The cultural center of East China is a popular tourist destination, known for its multicultural glamour, modernization, and the beautiful blend of western with the traditional oriental. The city skyline is dotted with modern skyscrapers with old Shikumen. Visitors love the modern environment intertwined with Chinese traditions.
Tip: Shanghai experiences a humid subtropical climate with chilly a damp winters and humid and hot summers. Best months to visit are from June to September.
Flights to Shanghai
Shanghai Hongqiao International Airport (SHA) is one of the two airports serving Shanghai. Hongqiao Airport is located in Changning District near the town of Hongqiao.
There are several daily flights from Manila to Shanghai. Direct flights to Shanghai are not there. One-stop flights are by Cathay Pacific Airlines and usually take 6 hours and 40 minutes. Flights by China Southern Airlines, EVA Air airways, and Asiana airlines are other options of cheap flights from Manila.
Tip: Book tickets in advance if travelling in peak travel period from June to September and Chinese New Year (January/February).
Things to see in Shanghai:
Shanghai is the biggest city in china and a metropolis with numerous attractions. Bund, the heart of Shanghai is a popular waterfront promenade lined with beautiful colonial era-buildings. Huangpu River passing through the city is good for a river cruise and people enjoy the view of Shanghai skyline with various prominent buildings. Yu Garden is the largest ancient garden of shanghai and is known for its Ming and Qing architecture. Visit the Old City God temple near the garden and explore the surrounding local streets and snack shops. Jade Buddha Temple is a famous Buddha shrine of the city. The temple has many Buddha statues and impressive pictures of Heavenly Kings.
Tip: Take a day trip to the ancient Zhujiajao water town and enjoy the numerous waterways, bridges, local customs and ancient buildings.
Shopping in Shanghai:
Shanghai is known as the “Shopping Paradise” and “Oriental Paris” as the city has a plethora of shopping options. The city tourism industry provides the best shopping experience to its visitors and has adopted a Tax refund policy to welcome more visitors. The most popular shopping areas of Shanghai are the “Four Streets and four Cities”. The “Four Streets” are Nanjing Road, Huaihai Road, North Sichuan Road and Middle Tibet Road. Nanjing Road is the most popular commercial street in China and has a vast variety of shops both traditional and modern. Huaihai Road is known for its top-end designer shopping whereas North Sichuan Road is known for its inexpensive shopping.
The “Four cities” are Yuyuan Bazaar, Xujiahui Shopping City, New Shanghai Shopping City and Jiali Sleepless City. All these areas are good for buying Chinese goods, local crafts, and branded products.
Tip: Most of the Tax-free stores are located in the Yu Garden and Nanjing Road.
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There is usually no major price difference between buying a roundtrip flight versus a one-way flight. Increased flexibility is the main benefit when it comes to buying a one-way flight from Manila(MNL) to Shanghai(SHA). However, booking a roundtrip flight is a simpler process. You can compare roundtrip and one-way flights by using our flight comparison tool.
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