Bund Sightseeing Tunnel

Last updated by david at 2014/5/24

Brief Introduction

Shanghai Bund Sightseeing Tunnel is a 646.7-meter-long pedestrian sightseeing tunnel linking the Bund and Pudong Area of Shanghai across the Huangpu River. It is an interesting way of public transportation. Inside the tunnel light effects are projected onto the walls of the tunnel to create colorful and dreamlike visual effects. Its passenger system uses driverless SK carriage imported from Germany. Passengers board on this slow-moving vehicle to travel along the tunnel to enjoy the fancy visual effects produced by lights.

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Features

Shanghai Bund Sightseeing Tunnel is a symbolic sightseeing project combining transportation with tourism. It uses modern technology to make crossing the river an exciting and interesting experience, with changing visual effects and background music. It takes about 5 minutes to cross the river.

Location

Shanghai Bund Sightseeing Tunnel is at one of the best locations of Shanghai City. The entrance at Puxi (west of Huangpu River) is located at the north side of Chenyi Square of the Bund, and the entrance at Pudong (east of Huangpu River) is located at the south side of Oriental Pearl TV Tower, facing Shanghai International Convention Center. It is the first cross-river pedestrian tunnel in China, linking the Bund sightseeing area in Puxi with Lujiazui new tourist area in Pudong.

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Location:

No.300 zhongshan east no.1 road (puxi); no.2789 bingjiang road (pudong)

How to Get There?

no.82, 85, 583, 827, 65, 55, 21, 37 buses and metro no.2 line

Ticket Price:

30 Yuan per person for single ride ticket
50 Yuan per person for roundtrip ride ticket

Opening Hours:

9:00-21:30

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There are 4 comments on this topic

posted by "maximilianknauer85" at 9/28/2011 12:08:00 AM

this is the worst way to spend your travelling budget! just don't do it. it's unsprectacular, kinky and not interesting let-alone artistic way to waste your precious life time ! I was warned by some foreigners and actually there longly comments on how bad it was somehow got me curious ....(yeah, dumb i know!) therefore my advise : DON'T.

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posted by "maximilianknauer85" at 9/28/2011 12:08:00 AM

this is the worst way to spend your travelling budget! just don't do it. it's unsprectacular, kinky and not interesting let-alone artistic way to waste your precious life time ! I was warned by some foreigners and actually there longly comments on how bad it was somehow got me curious ....(yeah, dumb i know!) therefore my advise : DON'T.

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posted by "maximilianknauer85" at 9/28/2011 12:08:00 AM

this is the worst way to spend your travelling budget! just don't do it. it's unsprectacular, kinky and not interesting let-alone artistic way to waste your precious life time ! I was warned by some foreigners and actually there longly comments on how bad it was somehow got me curious ....(yeah, dumb i know!) therefore my advise : DON'T.

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posted by "gunnar" at 7/28/2008 11:10:00 PM

The name “Bund Sightseeing Tunnel” is a bit misleading. It has nothing to do with sightseeing or the Bund. Basically it is a five minute trip through flashing neon lights with music and narration (about what I can’t tell for sure, but I could hear the word “magma”). This should rather be viewed as a sight in its own right. If you’re up for something bizarre, this might be just the thing. It is also an easy way to cross the river.

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