Shanghai is China’s metropolis that is pretty much all about that city-life. A boisterous city with skyscrapers filling the municipality, and looks stunningly beaming with lights during the night. Tourists crowned Shanghai as the city of contrast which means you can find pretty much everything here, the concrete jungles, yet still are preserving its green forests and garden inside; offering finger-licking street food yet also is famous for its five-stars fine dining restaurants. Some even called it the Paris of the East, visit Shanghai to know why!
Immerse the best of Shanghai during the short autumn season. Visit Shanghai in between October to November to go for sightseeing on comfortable weather with lack of tourists. Other than that, because Shanghai is a business-centred city, most of hotels rates will drop during the weekend, do plan your date trip early to avoid any unwanted marked up prices on your hotel and airline tickets. If you are not keen towards massive crowds, June till September is the period you will want to avoid. Due to local celebrations too, you will want to avoid the first week of October for Shanghai is packed with many domestic tourists.
Iloilo International Airport – The airport has many names known by the locals – Iloilo Airport, Cabatuan Airport and Santa Barbara Airport. Iloilo Aiport serves the province of Iloilo including its municipalities - Cabatuan and Santa Barbara. The airport also is the focus city of a couple of airlines such as Air Juan, Cebu Pacific, Cebgo, PAL Express and Philippines AirAsia. Iloilo Airport also reported being the fourth-busiest airport in the country. The airport only nestled about 24 kilometres from the northwest of the city centre. There are cafes, restaurants inside the airport for visitors to spend time before they take off on the plane. Transportations at the airport also vary according to visitors’ budget. You can either take taxis, jeeps, vans or the rail.
Shanghai Pudong International Airport – The Shanghai Pudong International Airport (IATA: PVG) is one of two major airports in China, where the other being Shanghai Hongqiao International Airport (IATA: SHA). It serves Shanghai province while nestled in Pudong that located about 30 kilometres from Pudong’s city centre. You can reach Shanghai Pudong International Airport easily by taking taxis, metro bus or train. Be mindful of your trip budget when choosing the transportation, because you will not want to end up spending too much from your initial budget on only transportation. Besides that, the airlines that operate here are Air China, China Eastern Airlines, China Southern Airlines, Juneyao Airlines, Shanghai Airlines and Spring Airlines. For its such an important airport, the facilities here are top-notch, you can find lines of duty-free stores, restaurants, cafes and other facilities here.
Shanghai located in China has a humid subtropical climate which means it has four distinct seasons with heavy precipitation. From June till September is the rainy period where you will want to bring along umbrella whenever you go out. Typhoons frequently visit Shanghai in August till early September. You might want to avoid coming in this period. Other than that, for your information, the hottest month in Shanghai is in July with the average 32 degree Celsius. The coldest month with the average 1 degree Celsius is in January.