How do you get from Shanghai Pudong Airport to Yiwu ?
Yiwu City is located in the middle of Zhejiang Province, the geographical center of Zhejiang Province, It connected Guangdong, Fujian in the south, hinterland of the Yangtze River in the west, and Shanghai-the largest city in China in the east, facing the Golden Channel of Pacific ocean. Yiwu is the largest commodity distribution center in the world. It is regarded as the world’s largest market by the United Nations, the World Bank and other international authorities . Today tens of thousands of merchants going to Yiwu for business each year, Most of them will fly into Shanghai first, There are 4 ways of transportation leading from Shanghai Pudong airport to Yiwu.The distance from Shanghai pudong airport to yiwu is about 320 kilometers. Here we recommend 4 modes of transportation to get from Shanghai pudong Airport to yiwu, please read the following introduction in detail…
1，By Mr orange private transfer-THE WAY OF BEST VALUE
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This service is available daily. The above price is for adults (age > 12). The price for children (age 2-12) is the same as adult price and the price for infant (age < 2) will be free of charge. This price include the transfer service with a private car and a driver who can speak a little English.
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2, Shanghai Pudong airport to Yiwu By long distance bus
The second way is to take a long-distance bus to Yiwu. It takes about 7 hours during non-traffic jam and off-peak hours. The cost is about 200 yuan/person.
This method has the advantages of low cost per capita and the disadvantages of long time consumption. It also requires carrying luggage on and off the roads in the airport and the city. If there is no seat on Line 7 of the airport, you need to stand with your luggage for 80 minutes, plus 30 minutes for waiting for Line 7 of the airport, which requires you to stand with your luggage for about 2 hours. In case of rush hours after work, public transportation will be more crowded. In addition, whether it is airport line 7 or long-distance bus, the conductor only provides Chinese service during ticketing and taking the bus. The specific method of taking the bus is: after you pick up your luggage at Pudong airport, you go to airport line 7 and buy a ticket at the ticket booth. The ticket price is RMB 20 per person. You need to wait about 30 minutes for the departure of airport line 7, about 80 minutes for the departure from Pudong airport to Shanghai South Railway station, and after you arrive at Shanghai South Railway station, you need to take your luggage and walk on the city road. Walking to Shanghai South Long-distance Bus Station, find a ticket window to buy tickets. The departure time to Yiwu is 9: 00, 11: 30, 14: 10, 17: 10, 18: 40, which takes 4.5 hours. Fare is 180 yuan/person. Long-distance buses are medium-sized or large and can accommodate 20-45 people in general. Comfort is average.
3, Shanghai Pudong airport to Yiwu By train
The third way is to take the train to Yiwu, which takes about 6 hours during non-traffic jam and off-peak hours. The lowest cost is about 70 yuan/person.
The advantage of using this method is that the cost is not high, but the disadvantage is that you have to transfer your luggage to and from the subway and there is no Chinese service in the whole journey. You need to have a certain Chinese language ability. It is best to inquire at any time when possible. The specific method of taking the bus is: after you pick up your luggage at Pudong Airport, you go to Line 7 of the airport, and buy tickets at the ticket booth. The ticket price is 20 RMB/person. You need to wait for the departure of Line 7 of the airport for about 30 minutes, and then it takes about 80 minutes from Pudong Airport to Shanghai South Railway Station. After arriving at Shanghai South Railway Station, look for the ticket window of the station and buy the train tickets to Yiwu on the same day. There are many trains. There is one train in about every 20-30 minutes. The train takes 3-4 hours. The ticket prices are 46.5 yuan, 92.5 yuan, 97.5 yuan, 100.5 yuan, 140.5 yuan and 146.5 yuan respectively, which represent different levels of seats. You can buy different seats according to your own needs.
4,Shanghai Pudong airport to Yiwu By taxi
The Fourth way is to take a taxi directly to yiwu, which takes about 5 hours during non-traffic jam and off-peak hours and costs about 1600 yuan.
The advantage of this method is that it is labor-saving and more comfortable. The disadvantage is that it is expensive and has certain risks. One is not to use black cars. The other is that you cannot judge whether the driver detours and collects extra fees because of the long journey, which is about 310 kilometers. Specific way of taking is: you can find the taxi queue at Shanghai Pudong Airport according to the icon, where there are regular taxi stops. Before getting on the bus, you need to explain where you want to go first, because the journey is relatively long. Some drivers may not want to leave Shanghai, so you will have to ask different drivers many times. After finding a taxi driver who is willing to go, get on the taxi and ask the driver to type the meter. Since the driver only provides Chinese service throughout the journey, it requires you to have a certain Chinese ability. Otherwise, you still have a lot to communicate in this part. If you have language problems, after getting on the taxi, the driver will understand your destination and say no. Then you have to get off the taxi and take another taxi again, which is even more troublesome. Finally, pay attention to the fact that the taxi fee will also include a high-speed charge for the whole journey. The driver will usually add this charge to the meter charge when getting off the bus. Please take the ticket with you when you get off.
Yiwu China Commodity Market
China Commodity City is located in Yiwu City, Zhejiang Province. Founded in 1982, it now has a business area of over 4.7 million square meters, 70,000 business positions, 210,000 employees, 210,000 daily traffic, 16 major categories, 4,202 categories, 33,217 minor categories and 1.7 million single items. It is an international small commodity circulation, information and exhibition center. By the United Nations, the world bank and Morgan Stanley and other authoritative institutions called ” yiwu small commodity wholesale market”. In 2011, the turnover of China’s small commodity city market reached 51.512 billion yuan, ranking first in major professional markets in the country for 21 consecutive years.
China Commodity City is one of the largest export bases for small commodities in China. Commodities have been exported to 219 countries and regions, exporting more than 570,000 standard containers annually, accounting for 65% of foreign trade exports. The number of resident representative offices of foreign enterprises reaches 3,059, ranking first in the country’s counties, with more than 13,000 resident foreign businessmen. The UN Office of the High Commissioner for Refugees, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and other agencies have set up procurement information centers in Yiwu. 83 countries and regions have set up import commodity centers in the market. The pattern of ” buying global goods and selling global goods” has taken shape initially.