Shanghai is a popular city in the world and its connectivity is, thus, well-established. Shanghai has one of the best airports in the country, namely, Shanghai Pudong International Airport. Located around 30 km away towards the eastern end of the city premises, this airport connects Shanghai to various countries in the world including countries from Asia, Europe, and America. Some places like Japan, India, Canada, France, UAE, USA, UK and more have direct flights that take visitors to China. For the others, connecting flights are available from different parts of the world and the pricing depends on distance, peak season of visit, festivities, etc.
Travelling by land is a good option in China because of train and bus services. At present, there are four main railway stations in Shanghai and some of the fastest trains take passengers from Shanghai to various places within China. Train connectivity with Vietnam and Tibet is also available from Shanghai. Tourists often look forward to travelling on the Shanghai Maglev Train as this train has the greatest speed in the world today. The journey is a fascinating experience for all.
The roads in China are also smooth and good for driving. Rented cars are available that permit visitors to travel from one place to another within the country. Driving into China is also possible. However, the checking at the borders is thorough and time-consuming. Thus, visitors in a hurry should prefer flights. Buses are also available inside the country that is suitable for transport, especially during the day.
Shanghai is located by the East China Sea and has access to waterways as well. Three main ports of China are situated in Shanghai and these give visitors easy access via the waterways. Cruise services are available for general tourists and the pricing depends on luxury to a great extent. Commercial ferry services are also available at lower costs. The ports also host business ships and cargos that help to promote import and export.