The terminals are a long way apart – opt for the metro if you need to dash as it’s the easiest to locate and quicker than the bus or waiting for a cab.
In Terminal 2, opened in 2010, KFC and Taiwanese noodle shop Yonghe King, do a roaring trade and offer comfortable booth seating at either end of the arrival hall.
Intense competition is pushing Shanghai hotels to continuously finesse their game.
Consequently, contemporary luxuries like in-room Broadband, Wi-Fi, flat-screen TVs, laptop-size safes and rainforest showerheads are standard amenities in Shanghai’s four- and five-star hotels.
This option is much faster than taking Metro Line 2 directly from the airport, which can also be done if you have time to kill and only Rmb8 in your pocket.