Location: Shanghai, China
Rating: based on 15 reviews
Need transfers in Shanghai, very fast? Roundtrip transfers on the MagLev train are available from Pudong International Airport to your hotel in Shanghai, and can be booked online here before you go. Be met by an English speaking guides either at the airport after clearing customs or at your Shanghai hotel – you’ll only need to look for your name.
- Meet and greet service
- Roundtrip MagLev train transfers to your Shanghai hotel
This might be the fastest and most fun airport transfer you’ll ever experience. Shanghai’s magnetic levitation (MagLev) train opened for service in November 2004, and makes the 32 kilometre trip between Pudong Airport (PVG) and downtown Shanghai in only 8 minutes.
You will be met upon arrival at Pudong Airport by a local representative and accompanied aboard the MagLev. Once you arrive in downtown Shanghai you will be driven to your hotel.
Similarly for your return transfer you will be met in the foyer of your Shanghai hotel, transferred to meet the MagLev train, then accompanied to Pudong Airport to catch your departure flight.
Departure Point: Pudong International Airport (Shanghai) – You will be greeted by a representative after you have cleared airport customs. Just look for your name.
Your Shanghai City Hotel – You will need to call the local supplier once you are in Shanghai to confirm your exact pick up time from your hotel. Details are on your voucher.
Departure Time: Maglev Train operates between 6:45am and 9:40pm
For additional information and bookings GO HERE!
The best thing about the transfer was Michael this was my first visit to China and and hassles that could have occurred in a city that is as busy as Shanghai was alleviated by Michael. Michael is a sophisticated warm and intelligent guide and made my transfers a pleasure. He also arranged for me to take an excellent tour. He was efficient, thorough and explained many details that assisted my understandings about modern China and Shanghai. Our driver was excellent also and travelling on the MagLev was great fun, although negotiating the Shanghai traffic could be described as even more interesting. Keith Sullivan.
Reviewed by: Prof K F S