An aerial view of Shanghai Port International Cruise Terminal which sits on the western shore of Huangpu River [Photo/IC]
Shanghai Port International Cruise Terminal is the largest passenger terminal in Shanghai. Located in the north of the Bund area, the terminal provides views of the famous Oriental Pearl Radio and TV Tower across the Huangpu River.
The terminal encompasses a massive 160,000-square-metre site in the very center of downtown Shanghai and boasts a golden coastline measuring 880 meters. The port is capable of handling 1 million passengers per year.
With three large berths, Shanghai Port International Cruise Terminal is the world's first cruise terminal to pass LRQA ISO 9001 Certification. It operates international regular passenger-cargo liners, visiting port cruise liners and home port cruise liners. The home port cruise lines mainly run from Shanghai to Japan and South Korea.
By constantly expanding its extended cruise business, Shanghai Port International Cruise Terminal has developed from a cruise terminal into a diversified terminal integrating such business types as duty-free commodity sales, cruise travel, catering, imported commodity supermarket, cross-border e-commerce, site leasing, bonded warehousing, ship supply, ship agency and imported commodity trade.
Location: 500 Daming Road, Hongkou District, Shanghai
Metro: Walk for eight minutes to reach entrance 3 and take Metro Line 12.
Taxi: It will cost about 20 yuan to reach Shanghai Railway Station by Taxi.