Shanghai Nanpu Ruifeng Hotel is located at Nancang Street, Lujiatun Road, South Bund, within walking distance to the 2010 Shanghai World Expo Puxi Exhibition Area. The hotel is close to the Bund and Yu Garden, and faces the Lujiazui Finance and Trade Zone in Pudong New Area across the river. Take the nearby Metro Lines 4 and 8, you can reach the famous commercial districts such as Xujiahui, Nanjing Road, etc., and the Nanpu Bridge can also reach the Shanghai New International Expo Center in a short time. Opened in May 2007, the hotel has 205 modernly decorated and well-appointed guest rooms and suites on 18 floors. The newly decorated restaurant caters to different dining needs. The clubhouse facilities include an indoor swimming pool and gym. The hotel and service team is fully prepared for the upcoming 2010 World Expo.



Shanghai Pudong International Airport is a major aviation hub of China, being the main hub for China Eastern Airlines, Shanghai Airlines and Air China, while its international lines include Lufthansa Air, Air Canada, Air France, Japan Air, Air India, Etihad Airways and so on. The other airport is Shanghai Hongqiao International Airport which mainly caters to domestic flights with limited international flights. It is located in Changning District, 13 kilometres west of downtown and is a hub for China Eastern Airlines, Shanghai Airlines, Juneyao Airlines, Spring Airlines besides others. 

Shanghai has many major high-speed train services to many destinations throughout China, including Beijing, Guangzhou, Suzhou, Chengdu, Hangzhou, Guilin, Huangshan, Nanjing, Xian and Shenzhen. Shanghai has four major railway stations namely, Shanghai Railway Station, Shanghai South Railway Station, Shanghai West Railway Station and Shanghai Hongqiao Railway Station. The Shanghai Maglev Train is the world’s fastest train and the first commercial Maglev railway in the world. Train Z99 is the only train service from Shanghai Railway Station to Hung Hom Station in Kowloon, Hong Kong and presently, there is one daily train from Shanghai to Lhasa in Tibet which is Train Z164. Shanghai’s ideal setting by the East China Sea has led to three international cruise terminals viz. Shanghai Port International Cruise Terminal, Wusongkou International Cruise Terminal and Waigaoqiao International Cruise Terminal, while Shanghai Port Wusong Passenger Centre has boats from Shanghai up to Jiujiang, Wuhan and Chongqing.

Beijing-Shanghai expressway goes to many destinations like Tianjin City, Hebei Province, Shandong Province, Jiangsu Province including Shanghai City. Buses to and from these places are quite frequent. 


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