Shanghai Ferry

Shanghai ferry port in China connects you with Osaka in Japan with a choice of up to 1 ferry crossings per week. The duration of the Shanghai to Osaka crossing is from 46 hours and the crossing is operated by Shanghai Ferry.

Shanghai

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Shanghai Ferry Services

  • Shanghai Ferry
    • 1 Sailing Weekly 46 hr
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Shanghai Guide

How do you get around Shanghai?

Public transport is rife in Shanghai; bus, tram and train services make the city very efficient for travel. For alternative travel, there are also scooters and cars available for rent, or you can traverse by bicycle or on two feet.

What is there to do in Shanghai?

Food has become the fulcrum of China’s social scene; friends, family and couples will always meet over some dumplings or noodles to talk about their social calendar – luckily Shanghai’s culinary scene is as cheap as it is varied. Food from all over the globe is represented in the myriad of enticing restaurants, outlets and cafes, most of them mixing a quintessential Chinese experience with exotic flavours. From the rooftop restaurants and bars you can look out over the city - the view of the Huangpu River proving a popular subject of enviable photos. Obviously, the taller the building usually means the more impressive the view, so for a bird’s eye view of Shanghai, the World Financial Centre affords spectacular vistas.

Whilst looking out over the city, you’ll notice the vitality and energy flowing around the Bund promenade. Numerous tourists and locals adorn the area, especially come nightfall when it comes alive in a sea of vigour. It’s not just the Bund that is popular in the evening, Shanghai boasts a thriving nightlife that rivals its western counterparts in terms of disparity, prices and vivacity – copious clubs provide all genres of music until the hours of the morning.

Shanghai is the most populous city in the world, laying home to over 24 million people. The huge metropolis is situated on the east coast of China, and its port is used as the gateway to Japan, with crossings to Osaka.

How To Get To Shanghai Ferry Port

  • Shanghai Ferry Port Address

    No.500 Dongdaming Road, Shanghai

  • Shanghai Accommodation

    If you’re looking to spend a night at or near Shanghai Ferry port before or after your trip or if you are looking for accommodation for your entire stay, please visit our Shanghai Accommodation page for the best accommodation prices and one of the largest selections available online!