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Shanghai Travel Tip

Shanghai Travel Tips offers travelers useful information before you come to Shanghai, especially for the first-time visitor. To know the best time to traveling to Shanghai, necessary things to pack, local currency, safety precautions and so on is a very important beginning for a pleasant Shanghai Tour. For more information about the dinning, transportation, shopping, nightlife etc, please check our Shanghai Travel Guide.

Shanghai Travel Tips offers travelers useful information before you come to Shanghai, especially for the first-time visitor. To know the best time to traveling to Shanghai, necessary things to pack, local currency, safety precautions and so on is a very important beginning for a pleasant Shanghai Tour. For more information about the dinning, transportation, shopping, nightlife etc, please check our Shanghai Travel Guide.

Shanghai, located on the 31st degrees of north latitude, enjoys the subtropical marine monsoon climate, with four distinct seasons, Spring is pleasant warm, summer burning hot, autumn comfortably cool and winter overcast cold, . The hottest time of Shanghai comes in July and August, with the highest temperature above 35℃ (95 F), and the coldest...
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Currency Exchange Currency exchange service is available at most hotels, all banks. Credit card is widely acceptable as means of payment in hotels, department stores and boutiques. The credit cards commonly acceptable in China are Visa, MasterCard, and American Express Card. Main Banks in Shanghai Shanghai Branch of Citibank; Floor 20, China Shipping Building, No.1,...
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Luggage and Bags: You are always suggested to travel light with your essentials. Backpacks or suitcases with wheels can be easily purchased in Shanghai at good prices. Clothing/Shoes/Weather Gear: Always carry a light jacket with you to because the temperature s varies a lot during the day time & night time and also when it...
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More than 30 countries which North America inclusive use voltage of 110V~130V, while another 120 countries (including most of the European countries) use a voltage of 220V~230V. The electricity in China is generally 220V, 50HZ, AC (Hong Kong is 220V; Taiwan is 110V), while the supply voltage of Japan is 100V, 50/60HZ. If you visit Shanghai and wish to bring electric devices for use during your stay, a transformer, which can be bought in China for CNY100 to CNY200. Most of the hotels in China have both of the 110V and 220V electrica outlets in the bathrooms, though in guest rooms usually only 220V sockets are available. As the shape of a socket are different between countries, a portable plug adaptor may also be necessary. It can be purchased from stores (such as Franzus) or electronics stores (i.e. RadioShack, Best Buy) in your local countries. Also you can buy it in China. Or some of the 5-star or 4-star hotels have the portable plug adaptor available. You could borrow it from the hotel reception desk. Here under are the photos of  Chinese standard sockets.
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