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Holiday Packages in Shanghai

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Flying to Shanghai

You can fly to Shanghai from any of New Zealand’s provincial airports. Auckland (AKL), Wellington (WLG), Christchurch (CHC) and Queenstown (ZQN) all have regular flights to and from the city. If you’re looking for the quickest flight time, you’ll want to depart from Auckland. It’s the only airport in New Zealand that has direct non-stop flights to Shanghai. The journey takes on average 12h 6min. All flights from New Zealand will land at Shanghai Airport (Shanghai Puding Airport). It’s a one-hour taxi ride away from the city, or you can catch the Maglev train to Longyang Road and take a taxi to your hotel from there.


Where to Stay in Shanghai

Webjet’s Shanghai packages help you find cheap flight deals from New Zealand and combine them with specials from the city’s top hotels. Choose from budget-friendly options like hostels or stay in one of Shanghai’s luxury five-star hotels.


Lanson Place Jin Qiao Residences

Lanson Place is located in the Pudong New Area. It features stylish apartments that come with one or two bedroom layouts and are fitted with fully equipped kitchens. When you’re not exploring Shanghai, you can work out at the 24-hour fitness centre, use one of the available meeting rooms for business calls or relax at the on-site library. Laundry, ironing and childcare services are also provided, making Lanson Place an excellent choice for travelling families.


Moller Villa

Moller Villa is a boutique hotel that looks like something out of a fairytale. Set in downtown Shanghai, the European Norway-style hotel is over 70-years old. It’s close to many of the city’s top attractions and is within walking distance of the subway, making it easy to get around. Inside your room, you can expect amenities like complimentary toiletries and slippers, a fitness centre, high-speed internet and beautiful oversized bathrooms with showers and a tub.


Cachet Boutique Shanghai

Cachet Boutique is located inside a 1920s refurbished building in the heart of downtown Shanghai. Step outside the hotel, and you’ll be within walking distance of the city’s many shopping and dining options on West Nanjing and Wujiang Road. The rooms come with a fully equipped kitchenette, goose-down duvets and a luxurious hand-crafted bespoke bed. Choose from studio, suite or penthouse options.


Things to do in Shanghai

Shanghai is one of China’s largest metropolis. The sprawling city is home to more than 24 million people, and there’s no shortage of things to see and do. Spend your holiday visiting the many world-class museums, wandering through the beautiful parks and shopping up a storm at the New World pedestrian area that’s home to some of the top luxury fashion brands.< p>


Visit Yu Garden

Yu Garden is a 20,000 square area located in old town. The gardens were originally laid out in 1559, and much of it has remained unchanged over the centuries. The park’s main hall is famous for its beautiful roof ornaments and dragon-adorned walls.


Go to the Jade Buddha Temple

The Jade Buddha Temple is situated in the Anyuan Lu district of Shanghai. It’s home to statues that monk Huigen brought from Burma and includes the beautiful Hall of the Kings of Heaven. The hall features sculptures carved from jade that stand nearly two meters high.


Wander around Longhua Temple

Longhua Temple is one of the oldest religious sites in China. It dates back to the 10th century, although most of it has been destroyed and rebuilt over the years. The temple is still used for Shanghai’s regular Buddhist ceremonies and features five large halls you can explore. Keep an eye out for the Bell Tower that’s home to a two-meter tall bell from 1382. Other highlights include the Library with its ancient manuscripts and the 500 gold-painted Luohan Buddhas.


The Best Time to Visit Shanghai

The best time to visit Shanghai is during fall. From October to November, the temperatures are mild, and it’s the season with the least amount of rain. If you’re planning your trip during the first week of October, you’ll need to book your Shanghai flight and accommodation package well in advance as it’s a popular time to visit the city. Another excellent time to travel to Shanghai is between April and May. The short spring season sees Shanghai turn into a blanket of cherry blossoms, but expect hotel rates to go up. There are numerous festivals and holidays that take place over those months. Peak travel season is between June and September, but the weather is not the greatest. There’s a high probability of typhoons in the late part of summer.