-->

connect &

Share |

Friday, July 18, 2014

SHANGHAI METRO DAY PASS: Maximize your tour around Shanghai without ripping off your wallet

Note: A micro post as part of my
Shanghai Series.

Shanghai-Nanjing-Bejing in 9 days for approximately 50,000 pesos. All in! I think that's quite cheap given the fact that we didn't starve õurselves just to save on expenses. If you are gonna ask me how this is possible, simple --- The Subway. 

In all three cities, we got ourselves familiar with the subway and used them extensively. Starting in Shanghai which I would say has an extensive subway system.

DSC_8024
Shanghai Metro One-Day Pass

Shanghai Metro One-Day Pass
Shanghai Metro One-Day Pass is designed for passengers who need ro rode Shanghai's Metro system many times in a day. It's bestbfor those running around town and visiting attractions. It's a passenger friendly choice.

The clock starts when passengers swipe the card at any of the stations and the card can be swiped an infinite number of times. After the 24-hour mark is reached, the card is invalidated.

 DSC_8694
DSC_8030


Also available for those who are staying in Shanghai for more than two days, the Metro Shanghai Three-day Pass is perfect for you. Works in the same manner with the one day pass except that this expires 72 hours after your first swipe.

There are a whole range of options depending on your schedule and pace of travel like the Shanghai City Tour Card, Public Transport Card and One-way ticket.
 DSC_8696

Wanna  maximize your tour around Shanghai without ripping off your wallet? I suggest you get familiar with their extensive and efficient subway system and avail of SHANGHAI METRO DAY PASS.

We flew in Shanghai via
AirAsia Zest which flies daily to Pudong International Airport.
Be sure not to miss on their promo fares

You can also download AirAsia's Mobile App
Play Store link >>>here
and Itunes link >>>here

More on Shanghai Soon! ^^

3 comments:

  1. may i know how much is your total damage if going from shanghai to beijing?

    ReplyDelete
  2. Including airfare for 2 pax (promo), me and my wife spent approx 50k pesos for 9 days in Shanghai, Nanjing and Beijing ^^

    ReplyDelete
  3. "Shanghai-Nanjing-Bejing in 9 days for approximately 50,000 pesos. " That's not cheap. That's a lot, Anton!

    ReplyDelete

Related Posts Plugin for WordPress, Blogger...

Subscribe via email

Enter your email address:

Delivered by FeedBurner

Bloggers.com

Review this blog on Bloggers.com

  © Blogger template Simple n' Sweet by Ourblogtemplates.com 2009

Back to TOP