Train station in shanghai is one of the four major railway stations in Shanghai, China, the others being Shanghai South Railway Station, Shanghai Hongqiao Railway Station and Shanghai West Railway Station.The station is located on Moling Road, Jing'an District, to the North of the city centre. It is governed by Shanghai Railway Bureau and is one of the most important hubs of the railway network in China.
Shanghai Railway Station is called "The New Railway Station" by locals since it replaced Shanghai North Railway Station (also known as "Old North Railway Station", or "Old North Station" by locals) as the city's main train station in 1987. In the late 80's, the old North Railway Station was inadequate to handle the increasing railway traffic in Shanghai. The government then decided to pull down the Shanghai East (freight) Railway Station and build a new railway station at the same place. On 28 December 1987, the North Railway Station was closed. At the same time, the new Shanghai Railway Station was built and started its operation.
In 2006, some railway lines of the station were moved to the reopened Shanghai South Railway Station, which lessened the increasing pressure of passenger traffic. In August 2006, a decision was made to renovate the aging station and its surrounding area. Many new ticket machines were installed to increase efficiency.In June 2008, in order to co-operate with the opening of World Expo Shanghai 2010, Shanghai Government and Zhabei District carried out a new renovation called the "Shanghai Railway Station North Plaza Comprehensive Transportation Hub Project" with a total investment over 4.1 billion RMB.On May 29, 2010, the renovation was completed. It expanded the north building from 1,000 square meters to 15,560 square meters, refurbished the south building and added a new designed wave-shaped roof over the platform.
In late 2015, rumours of the demolition of the Shanghai Railway Station arose. Many locals had believed this because of the many residential developments and needlessness of the station as there is already the Shanghai Hongqiao Railway Station, Shanghai South Railway Station and the Shanghai West Railway Station. However, this rumour has been rejected by the Shanghai Municipal Government.
Shanghai Railway Station primarily serves north-south and westward locations. It is the terminus of the main Beijing-Shanghai railway line. There are two Z (non stop, deluxe) trains to Taiyuan and Xi'an every day. Most long-haul, non high-speed trains bound for Jiangsu Province, Anhui Province and the North (i.e. destinations north of the Yangzhe River) depart from Shanghai Railway Station. It also offers over 50 highspeed CRH trains to those areas every day.
Shanghai is one of the most prosperous cities in the world. Anything you can imagine is available for purchase here.The shanghai shopping streets, Nanjing Road and Huaihai Road, offer a plethora of international brand names. If fashion is not your interest, try one of Shanghai's numerous flea markets beneath Shanghai's magnificent shopping malls, department stores and boutiques.The outdoor bazaar at Yuyuan Garden sells various souvenirs, arts and crafts; the Cultural Street Market on Fuzhou Road, the Antique Street Market on Dongtai Road and the clothing street market on Shimen Road are traditional open-air Chinese markets.
When the festive season is upon us see Christmas Shopping in Shanghai and Christmas in Shanghai for more things to see and do in the build up to and celebration of Christmastime.If you are searching for a traditional Chinese qipao dress, try the boutiques on Changle Road (长乐路) and Maoming Road. The Chinese Qipao Street in Changle Road, near Jingjiang Hotel, contains about 20 qipao shops, and most of them provide tailoring services.Shaanxi Road and Huacao Road are crowded with small shops selling cheap shoes.
Located in the Middle Huaihai Road, Cybermart is the most central market for all sorts of gadgetry, including DVD players, iPods, laptops, digital cameras, and camcorders, as well as blank CDs, DVDs, memory sticks and software.Although China is not the best place in Asia to get discounted electronic products, you can get a reasonable price here if you are good at haggling.Shanghai Xinhua Book Store has over 4,000 branches throughout the city. The one close to east Nanjing Road is on the 5th floor at 221 Middle Henan Road.
Yong'an Department Store was founded in 1918 by a business family Guo, and was one of the country's first department stores to carry global brands.Yong'an and three other stores, Xianshi, Xinxin, and Daxin, were seen as symbols of old Shanghai's prosperity in the 1920s.The store, located in the middle of Nanjing Road, China's No.1 Commercial Street, restored its original appearance of 87 years ago, furnishings in European style popular in Shanghai during the 1920s. This department store combines shopping, food, and leisure with elegant surroundings.
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With the rapid development of the social economy and the continuous improvement of people's living standards, people demand more shanghai laundry service; as a result, the washing industry has developed quickly, especially in the most developed city of China, Shanghai. Here we will introduce six washing brands, which are very popular in Shanghai. The Shanghai-USA GEP Dry Cleaning Chain With the headquarters located in Newark Barkis Dell Center, Delaware, the USA GEP International Group Ltd. authorized Shanghai GEP Dyeing Co. Ltd to establish the Chinese head office of USA GEP dry cleaning chain in September, 2002. Founded on November 28, 2001, the Shanghai GEP Dyeing Co. Ltd is a new modern dyeing company aimed at leading the Chinese dry cleaning industry to develop synchronously at a worldwide level. In July 2002, it became a member of Shanghai Washing and Dyeing Industry Association. The USA GEP dry cleaning chain was also the specified service provider of Shanghai World. The following stores are those always seen in Shanghai.
Fornet now has more than 300 chain stores since it entered into China in 1997 with the Washing Research Centers in Beijing and Shanghai, which specialize in studying the washing ways of different fabrics and the maintenance care needed for all kinds of clothes. All the laundry additives used here are introduced from the professional laundry additives research centers in Germany and Britain. It provides the safest and the most scientific care to clothes on the basis of gently removing all kinds of stains. This company offers high quality cleaning to various kinds of furs, darns, every cloth and it cleans commodities such as carpets, curtains and large toys. These services have been proven in the shops that have followed since.
UK Banash Fast Dry Cleaning
UK Banash Fast Dry Cleaning, which specializes in developing professional cleaning equipment, supplies and washing brands, is a famous worldwide laundry chain enterprise. Its operation mode of ‘fast dry cleaning (1-2 hours dressing)’, which represents the most advanced washing concept in the world, is warmly welcomed by Europeans who always pay much attention to time efficiency and quality of life. Now let us see what we can find out.
Witters Laundry Shop in Qingpu
This is an extremely large laundry providing full functions such as dry cleaning, washing, ironing, clothing care, and leather maintenance, among other services. It has a total area of 300 square meters and covers the largest section in Qingpu, Shanghai. As one of the few flagship stores of Witters in Shanghai, it uses the fully enclosed and completely automatic equipment imported from Italy.
The Peace Hotel is a hotel on The Bund in Shanghai, China, which overlooks the Huangpu River.The hotel today operates as two separate businesses. The North Building, built as Sassoon House, originally housed the Cathay Hotel and is today the Shanghai Peace Hotel run by Fairmont Hotels and Resorts of Canada. The South Building was built as the Palace Hotel and is today the Swatch Art Peace Hotel. The two buildings both face the Bund, but are divided by Nanjing Road.
The larger North Building, located at Number 20, The Bund, is called Sassoon House. It was built by Sir Victor Sassoon, of the Sassoon family, which built a Shanghai business and real estate empire in the early 20th century. He was a British Sephardic Jew of Iraqi origin, educated at Cambridge and Harrow. His family managed extensive business holdings in Hong Kong, Shanghai, and Calcutta. Sassoon House was the first high-rise building built by Victor Sassoon, and one of the first skyscrapers in the Eastern Hemisphere. It was designed by architects Palmer and Turner, with a reinforced concrete structure. Construction began in 1926, and was completed in 1929.
The building occupies 4,617 square meters (15,148 square feet), and offers 36,317 square meters (119,150 square feet) of floor space. The building is ten stories in height, and the tenth floor is a penthouse, where Victor Sassoon once lived.The North Building is 77 meters (253 feet) high to the roofline, and 83 meters (272 feet) to the spire.
The builders followed a consistent art deco scheme, from exterior design to interior decor. Most of the building features granite facing, while the ninth floor and the roof are surfaced with terracotta. The eastern facade (facing the Huangpu River and the Bund) features a pyramidal roof with steep sides, and a height of about 10 meters (33 feet). The pyramid is faced with copper, which has corroded to light green.Banks and shops leased the ground floor space until 1949. This space became the Shanghai branch of Citibank in 2002. The fourth through ninth floors once housed the Cathay Hotel.
Similar to its counterpart to the north, the South Building was renovated in preparation for the 2010 World Expo. It emerged as the Swatch Art Peace Hotel.It hosts artists from around the world who live and work for a limited time in apartments/workshops. The heritage facade and public rooms of the building have been restored.
ADDRESS: 277 Jinkang Road ,Pudong
TEL: 021 5059 5333
FAX: 021 6845 3807
The Shanghai Japanese School's predecessor, "The Japanese Government General Consulate of Shanghai, Shanghai Japanese School," was founded in April, 1987.
The objective of the Shanghai Japanese School is to provide a 9-year compulsory education system based on Japanese fundamental law and educational methods to the children of Japanese nationals living in the People's Republic of China, Shanghai, and its suburbs. The school uses domestic Japanese textbooks and scientific methods.
The Shanghai Japanese School has two locations. The Hongqiao district school has floor space of 8727 square meters and the Pudong district school has floor space of 4643 square meters.
The Hongqiao district school facility employs 61 Japanese-citizen educators providing education to 1340 students from Elementary School Grade 1 through Elementary School Grade 6.
The Pudong district school facility employs 61 Japanese-citizen educators who provide education to 1079 students from Elementary School Grade 1 through Elementary School Grade 6, as well as Middle School Grade 7 through Middle School Grade 9.
The Shanghai Japanese School takes the issue of raising student's international understanding seriously and therefore provides weekly Chinese and English conversation class1es starting from Elementary School Grade 1.
Each grade's students at the Shanghai Japanese School have the opportunity to visit Shanghai's Area Elementary and Middle Schools in order to carry out friendly exchanges.
Shanghai sightseeing bus center is created in May of 1998, STBC is a Shanghai-based travel service supplier directly under the umbrella of Shanghai Municipal Tourism Administration, offering a full product lineup featuring over 170 travel routes that make for 1-day trips, 2-day trips, 3-day trips, bus trips and train trips to 270-odd attractions.
Lying where Zhongshan Road (S-2) and Caoxi Road converge and being close to Xujiahui, the main station which covers 12,000sqm in area features a massive public service building with two stories above the ground and one story underground.It provides travel information, ticketing service and transportation service, manages information releases, monitors quality, handles complaints and respond to safety emergency situations. The first floor above the ground is for departing passengers and buses, while the underground floor is for ticketing, information and other generic services. The facility offers 67 bus parking spaces, including 24 departure spaces.
Visitors can ride the double-decked City Sightseeing Buses for a one-day fun trip of Shanghai. Serving people in the same way as public buses, the City Sightseeing Buses run two routes respectively in Puxi area and Pudong area. Audio guides are available in the bus. Visitors can get a free earphone for free when they are aboard. After they install the earphone into the opening provided, Visitors can receive introductions of places of interest in the city in 8 different languages, including English, German, French, Spanish, Japanese, Korean, Russian and Chinese. Visitors can either have a through trip or stop at any stations at will. The through ticket is valid for unlimited rides in 24 hours at the cost of CNY30.
Shanghai is China's number one shopping destination. Famed for its name-brand boutiques, Shanghai has something for everyone. Shanghai has some of the best department stores in China. Local supermarkets are in almost every residential area and often stock many Western food items.Shopping in Shanghai is different from shopping in Hong Kong or New York, since not only famous brand name fashions are available, but also many local products that cannot be found anywhere else.Now I will give you shanghai shopping guide.
The famous Nanjing Road, known as China's number one shopping street offers a seemingly endless variety of modern fashions, electronics and accessories.Equally as famous, Huaihai Road is celebrated for its elegance. Featuring name-brand designer boutiques, it is a shopper's paradise for lovers of modern fashion.North Sichuan Road offers a huge variety of good inexpensive merchandise, and the Middle Tibet Road is the place to buy local snacks, arts and crafts.
There are many other shopping streets in Shanghai available. For small souvenirs and inexpensive clothing, the Hong Kong Famous Shops Street and the Dimei Shopping Center are the perfect place. In these locations, bartering is expected, and the price given is usually twice as much as will be expected by the shop owners.
Launched in 2004, JZ bar shanghai has become the most representative of all the jazz clubs in Shanghai, and even in China. 365 days a year, JZ house bands present you with everything from classical Standards, buoyant Swing, to refreshing female vocals and modern Jazz Rock. On weekends, the JZ Latino and JZ All Star Big Band heat up the stage up with their passion.
Upholding the Spirit of a "Musicians' Club", JZ on weekends is the terminus for most jazz musicians in Shanghai. After a glass of wine or two, many players of note join in the jam session to turn the house into a rapturous carnival. Frequently, JZ Club presents special concerts featuring top musicians from all around the world. Numerous audiences have rediscovered the pure joy of music at JZ Club. Its name has almost become the equivalent of the jazz scene in China.
JZ bar offers its patrons a little flavor of "old Shanghai." Dark and smoky with red lamps and quality jazz, the club packs 'em in on the weekends, so get there early. There is a large rooftop patio that not many know about - unfortunately sitting there means missing the music.
ADDRESS: La Residence, Suite 502, 98 Zhenning Road, near Yan'an Road Door to door English Shanghai laundry service, providing collection and delivery. Next day delivery.
Easy Life Laundry
ADDRESS: Suite 1304, West Building, 789 Tianshan Road, near Loushanguan Road
Easylife Laundry Shanghai
ADDRESS: Suite 101, Bldg 23, 5555 Kaixuan Bei Road, near Guangfu Xi Road Professional dry cleaning and laundry company offering pick-up, delivery and bulk laundry services.
ADDRESS: Chunsha Town, 338 Miaojing Road
According to the newest statistics,there are more than 50,000 taxis in Shanghai.They are operated by lots of companies and are in different colors: cabs of Dazhong Company are identified by the color of sky blue; Qiangsheng by orange and green; Jinjiang by white and Haibo by dark blue. Lanse Lianmeng and Falanhong Taxi Companies are also reputable and they are respectively in red and blue.They make our trip more reliable and convenient.
If you are arriving late from the airport and take the Maglev (for RMB 40 with discount by showing ticket) into town, there might not be taxi dispatchers at the Longyang Road station. At all times, the taxi drivers will be waiting on the upper platform to ask if you want a taxi. Never accept an offer on the platform. Take the escalator to the street to select your taxi from the dispatcher. If your driver does not want to use the meter use the word "Police" and either they use the meter or tell you that they dont know where the hotel is and will let you go. There will be always enough "good" drivers, even at night. Don't be afraid that you might not get a taxi to your hotel. Just make sure that you have the address of your hotel in Chinese printed out and its telephone number (in case the driver needs attention) before leaving home.
By and large, do not be afraid of taxis in Shanghai. The vast majority are honest and good drivers. Other than during Monday through Friday downtown, taxis might be the fastest way to go.
Wish you have a nice trip in Shanghai!