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Shanghai is bright and shiny, with glimmering temples, modern museums and skyscrapers reaching for the heavens…right? Well, yes, but there’s more. Like a mobster nicknamed ‘Big-Eared’ Du, buddhas with more gems than Bey at the Grammys, and a delicacycalled the “hairy crab”.
Bring your walking shoes, eating pants and sense of adventure, and lastminute.com.au will bring the cheap flights to Shanghai.
Flights to Shanghai Pudong International Airport (PVG) will put you about 45km east of downtown. Don’t worry about getting around—the city’s train system has you covered, with signs and maps in English and Chinese.
Early to bed and early to rise, makes a man healthy, wealthy and wise! At least, that’s what the folks doing sunrise tai chi at the Bund believe. If you’re flyingin early, grab a tea and watch the show, then walk over the Waibaidu Bridge for great city views.
Got an afternoon flight to Shanghai? The Jing'an district is on the same subway line as the airport, so catching a glimpse of places like the Jade Buddha Temple are a breeze. Blinging buddhas and incense ceremonies are the perfect intro to your holiday, don’t you think?
Nighttime arrivals have it easy: It’s all about the shows. Book your Shanghai accommodation near downtown and you could spend every night at the Centre Theatre, watching the city’s famous Acrobatic Troupe, jazz recitals and more.
In a place where “Have you eaten?” is used as a greeting, you can guess what’s next. Channel the residents in the Xuhui neighbourhood while you stuff your face with awesomely named foods like drunken chicken, hairy crab and lion’s head meatballs.
Shanghainese are thrifty, too—after all, wouldn’t you rather spend your cash on hairy crab? Think like a local when you bundle your airfares and hotel with lastminute.com.au’s Shanghai packages. You don’t have to spend that dough you save on hairy crab, by the way. Deep-fried honeybees are also an option.
If you thought flights to Shanghai were out of the question, you haven’t seen these fares on lastminute.com.au. You might say our fares are so low you have to drop it like it’s hot to pick them up. And while that’s not exactly true, we wouldn’t judge you if you did it anyway. In any case, when you grab a huge discount on your flight, we’re happy to report that you’ll still have a healthy budget for spontaneous late-night purchases. You know, for when you really need to buy a fedora and oversized pretzel from some downtown street vendors at 1 a.m. (we’ve all been there).
What is the cheapest flight to Shanghai?
We offer plenty of flight options to Shanghai starting at AU$502. Sounds like it’s time to book one of the best deals on cheap Shanghai flights on lastminute.com.au.
What airlines fly to Shanghai?
Each week we have flight options to Shanghai. These are some of the most popular airlines with flights to Shanghai airports: AirAsiaX, China Southern Airlines, Xiamen Airlines, Beijing Capital Airlines, Air China, Sichuan Airlines, Malaysia Airlines, Cathay Pacific, Hainan Airlines, Virgin Australia, Singapore Airlines, China Eastern Airlines, China Airlines, Qantas Airways, Philippine Airlines, Thai Airways International, Asiana Airlines, Korean Air, Garuda Indonesia, Japan Airlines, Vietnam Airlines, Air New Zealand.
At lastminute.com.au, we make it easy to compare cheap flights to Shanghai from loads of different airlines. Once you find an itinerary that works for you, booking the flight is as easy as forgetting the bartender’s name after your last drink. There’s no reason to wait—start booking your tickets now, and you’ll be sitting on your suitcase to force it shut in no time.