Zhangjiang Science Hall, Shanghai
No. 1393, Haike Road, Pudong New Area, Shanghai, China

Tel: 021-50191393



Transport in Shanghai is provided by an extensive network of modes including metro, cycling, bus (incl. trolley bus) and taxis, as well as an expansive network of roadways, and airports. Shanghai has invested heavily in public transportation before and after the 2010 World Expo, including the construction of the Hongqiao transportation hub of high-speed rail, air, metro and bus routes.

Traffic instructions:

City subway travel → Zhangjiang Science Hall

Take Metro Line 13 and get off at Xuelin Road Station and walk to Zhangjiang Science Hall.

Shanghai Hongqiao International Airport → Zhangjiang Science Hall

  • Taxi: about 49 minutes (37.2 kilometers) about 130 yuan
  • Bus: about 71 minutes, fare 6 yuan
  • Metro: Get on Metro Line 10 (Hongqiao Terminal 2 Station) → transfer at (Yi Da Da Zhe·Xin Tian Di Station) → get on Subway Line 13 (Yi Da Da Xi·Xin Tian Di Station) → get on Metro Line 13 (Xue Lin Road Station) and get off → walk to Zhangjiang Science Hall.

Shanghai Pudong International Airport→Zhangjiang Science Hall

  • Taxi: about 30 minutes (27.8 kilometers) about 94 yuan
  • Bus: about 73 minutes, fare 6 yuan
  • Metro: Get on Metro Line 2 (Pudong International Airport Station) → transfer at (Longyang Road Station) → board at Metro Line 16 (Longyang Road Station) → transfer at (Middle Huaxia Road Station) → transfer at Metro Line 13 (Longyang Road Station) Road Station) → get off at Metro Line 13 (Xuelin Road Station) → walk to Zhangjiang Science Hall.

Shanghai Railway Station→Zhangjiang Science Hall

  • Taxi: about 89 yuan for 43 minutes (26.3 kilometers)
  • Bus: 65 minutes, fare 5 yuan
  • Metro: Get on Metro Line 1 (Shanghai Railway Station) →transfer at (Hanzhong Road) →get on Metro Line 13 (Hanzhong Road) →get off on Metro Line 13 (Xuelin Road Station) →walk to Zhangjiang Science Hall.

Shanghai Hongqiao Station → Zhangjiang Science Hall

  • Taxi: about 135 yuan for 45 minutes (38.7 kilometers)
  • Bus: 76 minutes, fare 6 yuan
  • Metro: Get on Metro Line 10 (Hongqiao Railway Station) → transfer at (Yi Da Da Zhe·Xintiandi Station) → get on Metro Line 13 (Yi Da Da Xi·Xin Tian Di Station) → get off at Subway Line 13 (Xuelin Road Station) Car→Walk to Zhangjiang Science Hall.

Shanghai South Railway Station → Zhangjiang Science Hall

  • Taxi: about 32 minutes (21.7 kilometers) about 72 yuan
  • Bus: about 74 minutes, fare 5 yuan
  • Metro: Get on Metro Line 1 (Shanghai South Railway Station) →Transfer at (Shaanxi South Road Station) →Get on Metro Line 10 (Shaanxi South Road Station) →Transfer at (One Congress Site · Xintiandi Station) →Transfer to Metro Line 13 (Shanxi South Road Station) Conference site·Xintiandi Station) → get off at Metro Line 13 (Xuelin Road Station) → walk to Zhangjiang Science Hall.


International Flight
Shanghai Pudong International Airport
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Shanghai Pudong Airport (IATA: PVG, ICAO: ZSPD) is the main international airport serving the city of Shanghai in China.  With an area of 40 square kilometers, Pudong International Airport is in the eastern part of shanghai, 30km from the center of the city and 40km from the rainbow bridge airport. After the finish of the first-step reform project, the Pudong airport will be of the capacity of 300,000 aircraft handling and treat 36,500,000 passengers which can satisfy the need before the second waiting room was put into use in 2008.

The transportation options from Shanghai Pudong Airport to the city and other sites around: 

Bus: There are different bus services which depart from Shanghai Airport to several destinations. 
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Taxi: Taxi at Shanghai Airport is available for all passengers to Shanghai or any other destination. 
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Maglev Train: Shanghai Airport has the first high-speed maglev railway (commercial) in the world. It gets to city centre in just 8 minutes. 
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Metro: Metro Line 2 links Shanghai Airport and Longyang Road, Lujiazui, People’s Square and Hongqiao International Airport.
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Car Rental: Renting a car in Shanghai Pudong Airport is a good idea to move around. Check our search engine for further details!
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Shanghai Hongqiao International Airport

Up, up and away at rebounding Hongqiao Airport - ChinaTravelNews

Located in the west of shanghai, 13kms form the city center, The airport has been considered as the port of shanghai airport flights for years. Since 1996, it has got several first prizes in the activities like "the civil aviation in the travelers' eyes" organized by the civil aviation department. it treats 8 million passenger per year. With an area of 820,000 square meters, the waiting room of the airport consists of 15 waiting halls, 18 vip waiting halls and 15 luggage transmission system.

At present, the aircraft movement of the rainbow bridge airport is about 540 per day with greater safety. A waiting building and b waiting building are connected closely to each other. As an important service window, the large waiting hall has the function of being in charge of the arriving and departing the travelers as well as landing the flights, ensuring the safety of airport production and ground service, guaranteeing the right time of the flights.


At Shanghai Hongqiao Airport you can use the following transport options:

Several public bus lines are available at Shanghai International Airport.
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Taxi: Get within 30 minutes to Shanghai city centre by taxi.
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Metro: Metro is available at Shanghai Airport.
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Car Rental: Renting a car in Shanghai Hongqiao Airport is a great idea! Find great options on our search engine.

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When in Shanghai, you have many different choices to get around.


Shanghai City Transport


As one of China’s largest and most important cities, Shanghai boasts one of the best city transportation systems in the nation. Below are some details on the workings of the city’s networks.

It may be helpful to purchase a Shanghai Jiaotong Card which can be used to pay for a majority of trips on buses, the metro, and taxis. This can save payment time at the point of entry. You may purchase these cards at any metro station as well as in some convenience stores.


Big Bus Tour

This well planned big bus tour takes you to all of the city’s top landmarks including Jade Buddha Temple, the Oriental Pearl Tower, the People’s Square, and the Bund. These open-top buses run regularly and offer the flexibility for visitors and travelers to hop on and off at their own leisure and convenience in order to enjoy Shanghai’s most interesting places as you wish.

big bus tour

Maglev Train

The main route of the rapid Maglev Train is between Longyang Road and Shanghai Pudong International Airport. The train is a vital part of Shanghai traffic development and is the first Maglev train used in the world for transportation, tourism, and sightseeing. One end is the Longyang stop of the Subway Line 2 and the other is Pudong Airport. The route is 30 kilometers in total and runs up to 430 kilometers per hour, taking just 8 minutes from end to end.

shanghai maglev train


Shanghai has 12 subway lines that link the city, with stations mainly set near top destinations and hubs. Rush hour tends to be 7 am to 9:30 am, and 4:30 pm to 7:30 pm during which the trains get extremely crowded. The lines are 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, and 13. 7 more lines are under construction to provide even more coverage in the future.

shanghai subway


There are over 50,000 taxies in Shanghai! The largest companies are Volks Wagen (cars with a lake blue color), Qiang Sheng (yellow), Johnson (white), Bus (green), and Hai Bo (blue). Taxis may be easily hailed from the street at any time.


Public Bus

There are more than 1,100 official bus lines in Shanghai with about 50 more opened or adjusted every year. Travel by bus is more extensive and cheaper than by metro/subway. Buses can be categorized by a number of ways. Some are daytime buses, others run only during rush hour and at nighttime. There are also bus lines defined by the areas they operate, for example being concentrated in the Western Pu River area, Eastern Pu River area, around the Pu River (bridge and tunnel), and the Suburban area. Almost all the buses today are air conditioned and cost 2 Yuan; some bus fares are based on distance traveled. Some buses have conductor service while others do not.

public bus


Nanpu Bridge, Yangpu Bridge, Xupu Bridge, Lupu Bridge, and a number of tunnels across the Huangpu River offer direct links between Pudong New District and Puxi Area. Ferry boats thus provide convenient transport service across the Huangpu River. This means travelers can shave time off their travels by avoiding the crowded bridges and tunnels all while appreciating the stunning river scenery. Ferryboats are also available between the mainland and 3 nearby islands: Chongming, Changqing, and Hengsha.











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