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Transportation Information (Sight  seeing)
From Pudong International Airport to Asset Hotel
By taxi, it will take 60-80 minutes to the Hotel and cost around RMB 180-220.
Take Shanghai Maglev at PVG(RMB 40), ride the Subway #7 at Longyang Rd. Station, drop off at Dong An Road Station(RMB 5). Exit from No. 3, along Ling Ling Rd. then turn right at Wan Ping Rd., around 10 minutes by walk.

Take Airport Shuttle Bus #3, get off at Xujiahui/Tian Ping Rd.(RMB 18), and 15 minutes by walk toward Wan Ping Rd.

Hongqiao Airport – 20KM
By taxi, it will take 30-40 minutes to the Hotel and cost around RMB 50-60.
From Shanghai Railway Station to Asset Hotel
Take Subway #4 at Shanghai Railway Station and drop off at Shanghai Stadium Station (RMB 4).  Exit from No. 2, along Ling Ling Rd. then turn left at Wan Ping Rd., around 5 minutes by walk.
By taxi, it will take 20-30 minutes to the Hotel and cost around RMB 40-50.

From Shanghai South Railway Station to Asset Hotel
Take Subway #1 and transfer to Subway #4 at Shanghai Indoor Stadium Station then drop off at Shanghai Stadium Station (RMB 3).  Exit from No. 2, along Ling Ling Rd. then turn left at Wan Ping Rd. , around 5 minutes by walk.
By taxi, it will take 15-20 minutes to the Hotel and cost around RMB 17-20.
From Asset Hotel to The Bund

Take Subway #4 at Shanghai Stadium Station and transfer to Subway #2 at Zhongshan Park station then drop off at Nan Jing East Rd. Station (He Nan Rd. Station, RMB4/30 minutes), around 10 minutes by walk to The Bund.

taxi, it will take 30-40 minutes to The Bund and cost around RMB 25-35.

Take bus #42 at Shanghai Indoor Stadium Station and drop off at Guangdong Rd./The Bund(RMB2/40 minutes).

From Asset Hotel to Old City and Yuyuan Garden

By taxi, it will take 20-30 minutes to Yu Yuan Garden and cost around RMB20-25.

Take bus #932 at Wan Ping South Rd. and drop off at Yu Yuan Garden(RMB2/about 40 minutes)
From Asset Hotel to Oriental Pearl TV Tower

Take Subway #4 at Shanghai Stadium Station and transfer to Subway #2 at Century Avenue Station then drop off at Lujiazui Station(RMB4/about 30 minutes), around 10 minutes by walk to Oriental Pearl

By taxi, it will take 35-45 minutes to Oriental Pearl TV Tower and cost around RMB30-40.

Take bus #985 at Shanghai Stadium Station and drop off at Lu Jia Zui Rd.(RMB2/about 40 minutes), around 10 minutes by walk.
From Asset Hotel to Shanghai Grand Theater

Take Subway #7 at Dong An Road Station and then drop off at Yao Hua Road Station(RMB3/about 25 minutes)

By taxi, it will take 30-35 minutes to Shanghai Grand Theater and cost around RMB 25-35.

Take bus #49 at Shanghai Indoor Stadium Station and drop off at People’s Square(RMB2/about 40 minutes)

From Asset Hotel to Xintiandi

Take Subway #4 at Shanghai Stadium Station and transfer to Subway #1 at Shanghai Indoor Stadium Station then drop off at Huang Pi South Rd.(RMB4/about 30 minutes), around 5 minutes by walk to Xintiandi.

By taxi, it will take 20-30 minutes to Xintiandi and cost around RMB18-20.

Take bus #864 at South Wan Ping Road and drop off at Dong Tai Rd.(RMB2/about 30 minutes), around 5 minutes by walk to Xintiandi.

From Asset Hotel to Jing An Temple

Take Subway #7 at Dong An Road Station then drop off at Jing An Temple(RMB4/about 25 minutes)

By taxi, it will take 20-25 minutes to Jing An Temple and cost around RMB20-25.

Take bus #927 at Shanghai Stadium Station and drop off at Jing An Temple(RMB2/about 30 minutes)

From Asset Hotel to Jade Buddha Temple

By taxi, it will take 15-20 minutes to Jade Buddha Temple and cost around RMB20-25.

From Asset Hotel to Shanghai Expo Park China Pavilion & AXES

Take Subway #7 at Dong An Road Station and then drop off at Yao Hua Road Station(RMB3/about 25 minutes)

By taxi, it will take 30-40 minutes to Shanghai Expo Park China Pavilion & AXES and cost around RMB40-50.

From Asset Hotel to Everbright Convention & Exhibition Center

Take Subway #4 at Shanghai Stadium Station and transfer to Subway #1 at Shanghai Indoor Stadium Station then drop off at Caobao Rd. Station(RMB3/about 20 minutes), around 10 minutes by walk

By taxi, it will take 15-20 minutes and cost around RMB12-15.

From Asset Hotel to Shanghai New International Expo Center

Take Subway #7 at Dong An Road Station drop off at Hua Mu Road Station(RMB5/about 25 minutes)

By taxi, it will take 35-45 minutes to Shanghai New International Expo Center and cost around RMB50-60.
From Asset Hotel to International Convention Center
Take Subway #4 at Shanghai Stadium Station and transfer to Subway #2 at Century Avenue Station then drop off at Lujiazui Station(RMB4/about 25 minutes), around 10 minutes by walk to Convention Center
By taxi, it will take 35-45 minutes to International Convention Center and cost around RMB30-40.
From Asset Hotel to Shanghai Exhibition Center

Take Subway #7 at Dong An Road Station then drop off at Jing An Temple(RMB4/about 25 minutes), around 20 minutes by walk to the Exhibition Center

By taxi, it will take 20-30 minutes to Shanghai Exhibition Center and cost around RMB20-25.
From Asset Hotel to Shanghai Int’l Exhibition Center

By taxi, it will take 20-30 minutes to Shanghai International Exhibition Center and cost around RMB20-25.

From Asset Hotel to Shanghai Mart
By taxi, it will take 20-30 minutes to Shanghai Mart and cost around RMB20-25.
酒店周边景点
Xujiahui Catholic Cathedral
Xujiahui Catholic Cathedral, also known as Cathedral of St. Ignatius, is the largest Catholic cathedral in Shanghai and is capable of occupying more than 2,500 worshippers at once. During the Cultural Revolution, the cathedral was severely damaged and all activities were forced to be ceased. Later on, the Xujiahui Catholic Cathedral was re-established and re-opened to the public in 1980 in Shanghai City.
Yu Garden

Yu Garden is one of the most important attractions when tourists do Shanghai travel. It was built in Ming Dynasty from 1559 to 1577, as the private garden of an administration commissioner of Sichuan Province. Yu Garden was later reconstructed in scale, making it a grandly noble garden and reputed as the top garden among Southeast Asia gardens. Yu Garden is the model of classical Chinese gardening architecture under state preservation.

The Jade Buddha Monastery
The Jade Buddha Monastery is famous for the Jade Buddhas in it. In the reign of Emperor Guangxu of the Qing dynasty, the old Master Hui Gen from Putuo Mountain of Zhejiang Province traveled through China and paid visits to famous mountains and monasteries, as well as well-known people.
Longhua Temple
Longhua Temple is the biggest, most ancient temple in Shanghai with a history of more than 1700 years. With a spacious area of more than 20,000 square meters and an authentic architectural design preserved from the Song dynasty of China, Longhua Temple has become one of the favorite tourist attractions for Shanghai travel. The Longhua Temple features five main halls and the tallest structure there is the Longhua Pagoda, which is currently the only pagoda in Shanghai City.
The Bund
Asia's former golden mile of finance & commerce, now enjoying a renaissance with new upscale eateries & emporiums. Take a day or night river cruise from the banks Quintessential Shanghai experienced best by night.
Shanghai Museum

Shanghai Museum is located at the south of People's Square. Shanghai Museum owns a treasurable collection of 120,000 precious art works, including ancient Chinese bronze, ceramics, painting, calligraphy and so on.

The Oriental Pearl TV Tower
Located in the Pudong district of Shanghai, The Oriental Pearl TV Tower is 468 meters high, making it the highest tower in Asia and the third highest in the world. There are 11 spheres of different sizes on the exterior design of The Oriental Pearl TV Tower and 3 pillars with diameters of 9 meters each that altogether makes this tower distinctly different from others.
Shanghai Ocean Aquarium

Situated near the Shanghai Oriental Pearl TV Tower in the Pudong Lujiazui financial district, Shanghai Ocean Aquarium is the biggest aquarium in Shanghai. Shanghai Ocean Aquarium features a 120-meter-long underwater tunnel, which is the longest underwater tunnel in Asia. There are 9 major thematic zones with 28 exhibition halls that display a collection of various marine species from all around the world.

Qibao Ancient Town

Approximately 18 kilometers from downtown Shanghai is the only ancient Chinese town in Shanghai, the Qibao Ancient Town. This old town is 2 square kilometers in size and is crossed by two strips of water. Surrounding the water is a variety of well preserved ancient Chinese houses, shops, and restaurants. Qibao means “Seven Treasures” in Chinese and the town got its name from a legend that referred to seven treasures in this area. Qibao Ancient Town, with a history of more than 1000 years, is one of the most important historical sites in Shanghai.

Xin Tian Di

Xintiandi is an area of gray flagstone architectures and was separated into the north and south side. On the north side, the gray flagstones, the red or black bricks, and the baroque doorframes feature the culture and history of old Shanghai. In these flagstone buildings constructed stylish restaurants, bars, clothe shops, and so on. Walk into Xintiandi, visitors may feel like traveling between the past and the present.

Shanghai Travelling Bus Center

Shanghai Travelling Bus Center is a division under Shanghai local government, for the benefit and the convenience of local travelers as well as foreign visitors to conduct their Shanghai travel. Situated at door no.12, along ramp no. 5 of Shanghai Stadium, Shanghai Travelling Bus Center offers many package tours and touring buses in suburban and downtown Shanghai. Here is the departure place of many touring buses.

Shanghai Wild Animal Park
Opened in 1995, Shanghai Wild Animal Park is the first national wild animal zoo in China. Located in Pudong area of Shanghai City, Shanghai Wild Animal Park covers 153 hectares (2300 acreages) of land and is within 35 kilometers from central Shanghai City. Shanghai Wild Animal Park is also one of the national 4A traveling spot and is a very popular attraction in Shanghai.
Jingan Temple
Situated on Nanjing West Road of Shanghai City, Shanghai Jingan Temple is a famous historical site in China. Built in 247 A.D., Shanghai Jingan Temple was moved to its present site in 1216 A.D. The Shanghai Jingan Temple had been renovated several times since the Yuan Dynasty of China and had once been destroyed during the Taiping Rebellion.
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