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Having Fun in Shanghai

Having Fun in Shanghai

Shanghai is China's most cosmopolitan city. Going to Shanghai in the spring is best before the heat 
and humidity of the summer sets in. Now British passport-holders (along with those of  
44 other nations)can stop in Shanghai for 72 hours without a visa – as long as they arrive 
by air at Pudong or Hongqiao airports and are in transit to an onward destination outside  
China. Shanghai's high-speed Maglev train is the fastest way from the airport (every 15  
minutes from 7:02 am to 9:42 pm; RMB 50/£5). It takes seven minutes, but stops only  
at Longyang Road station. You can buy a ticket for each journey (from RMB 30/£0.30) 
or a metro card, also valid on buses and in taxis. Shanghai is split in half by the Huangpu River, 
with Puxi (meaning west bank) on 
one side and Pudong (east bank) on the other. Pudong is the city's financial district. Its 
skyline of skyscrapers is dominated by the spike of the Oriental Pearl Television 
Tower , one of Shanghai's top landmarks. Puxi remains the city's historic centers, home to 
the Bundthe embankment lined with grand neo-Renaissance buildings that served as the 
headquarters for big Western businesses in Shanghai's 1930s' heyday – and the French 
Concession, the leafy residential district that is the most charming part of the city.

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