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Flight from Singapore (SIN) to Shanghai (PVG)

Flight from Singapore (SIN) to Shanghai (PVG)

Shanghai is one of the main direct-administered minicipalities under the governance of China. It is one of the main tourist attractions in the world that attracts thousand of visitors every year. It takes around five hours to travel from Singapore to Shanghai. This will differ based on the airlines and routes taken as well. Considering Traveloka Lifestyle SuperApp offers various airline options such as Singapore Airlines, Philippine Airlines, Scoot, and AirAsia, you have plenty to choose from. The main airport operating in Shanghai is Shanghai Pudong International Airport (PVG). Popular accommodations are available in Shanghai including Shanghai Fish Inn East, Bellagio Shanghai, and The Eton Hotel. Top attractions one should not miss visiting including Zhujiajiao, Yu Garden, and Nanjing Road.

When is the best time to fly from Singapore to Shanghai

Shanghai has a cold weather for most part of the year, but there are certain periods where the weather is dry and warm. The best period to travel to Shanghai is from mid September to mid October. The temperature always varies from 1 to 32 degrees Celcius. It rarely goes below -3 degrees Celsius or goes above 36 degrees Celcius.

Operating airlines available in Traveloka Lifestyle SuperApp including both domestic and international carriers. Such airlines include Scoot, Singapore Airlines, Japan Airlines, Silk Air, Malaysia Airlines, Vietjet, Turkish Airlines, Jetstar, EVA Air, and many more. For further information in regards to travel safety during the pandemic can be referred to Traveloka’s travel advisory and other requirements during COVID-19.

What are the main airports available in Shanghai

Shanghai Pudong International Airport (PVG)

The Shanghai Pudong International Airport is the main airport operating in China. It is 46 km away from the main city. The trip via car or any public land transportation will take around 44 minutes from the airport to the main city. The traveling time will only differ depending on the traffic condition at the time of the travel.

Highlights in Shanghai

Yu Garden - Yu Garden has been a Shanghai fixture since the 16th century when a Ming Dynasty official wanted to create a tranquil garden for his parents to spend their senior years. Today, it is one of the most famous classical gardens in China. Yu translates as pleasing and satisfying, a concept that is very relevant in today's garden. The garden is filled with rockeries (the Great Rockery is at the entrance), halls, pavilions where visitors can rest tired feet, and ponds that ooze serenity. Pagodas and artistically arranged lush vegetation round out the picture.

Zhujiajiao - Anyone visiting Shanghai must visit at least one water town to make their time there complete. Zhujiajiao, located in a Shanghai suburb, is one of the best-preserved water towns in Shanghai, despite being 1,700 years old. Visitors must take a cruise on the canal, boating under 35 ancient mostly stone bridges lined with old-fashioned houses. Perhaps the most famous bridge is the 1571 Fangsheng Bridge with its five openings and eight dragons surrounding a pearl. Visitors also won't want to miss the short North Street that is lined with Ming and Qing dynasty buildings. Also worth a visit is Kezhi Garden, Zhujiajiao's largest memorial garden.

Nanjing Road - Nanjing Road is the shopping street that crowds flock to in Shanghai. It is one of the world's largest and most famous shopping areas attracting about a million shoppers a day. The road, created in 1845, is divided into East and West; the East section is the primary shopping area. Where once it was lined with traditional Chinese stores selling daily necessities, today Nanjing Road is lined with upscale shops, restaurants and hotels. The eastern section is one long pedestrian mall, so shoppers don't have to worry about being hit by cars. They should, however, be on the lookout for hawkers zooming along on lighted roller-skates.

Travel tips to Shanghai

Be Flexible with Your Travel Plans

Planning is a good way to go traveling, be it domestically or internationally, but don’t disregard the fact that things can and most likely would not go as planned. This could either be due to suddenly the activity you want to do is unavailable or if more logistical issues force you to think of other ways to do things. Keep in mind that plan is a good base, but when you are traveling and there are a lot of external factors involved, it will be a different kind of adventure.

Bring Extra ATM & Credit Cards During Your Travel

There is a saying that doesn’t keep all your money with your person when you travel, but that doesn’t mean you should not bring extra money at all. Keep extra credit and atm cards with you when you travel. This will help greatly when things go south and believe me, it probably will. Keeping cards instead of cash with your person is better and safer.

Learn Few Local Words to Blend In

This will come in handy when you are traveling to a place where English is not their first, second, or only language at all. It is best to learn some local words that can help you through the trip, especially in terms of direction, transportation, medical, and such. Plus, it will open a ton of network opportunities with the locals to be able to be among them. You will be able to make friends and discover some hidden gems you never thought you would find.

How to Book with Traveloka Lifestyle SuperApp

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