Huangpu, China

Huangpu is a district of Shanghai, China. It is located in central Shanghai, on the banks of Huangpu River. The Huangpu River may be the longest river that passes via the city of Shanghai. The River divides Shanghai into two sections: Pudong inside the east, and Puxi in the West.

Huangpu River cruises are a popular attraction in Shanghai. Cruises are a daily event on the river. These include shorter cruises which cover the main waterfront area between the Yangpu Bridge and Nanpu Bridges, as well as and full river cruises which meander eastward along the golden waterway to Wusongkou. Along the river you can enjoy not only the Bund and other classic buildings in different architectural styles in Puxi, but also the skyscrapers in Pudong. Views along the river are a joy to behold at any time of the day or night.

Things to See & Do

* Huangpu River cruise
* Nanshi district
* Nanjing Road
* People’s Square
* Tomorrow Square

General information

Cruise Season – Jan - Dec
Currency – New Taiwan dollar (NT$) (TWD)
Language – Taiwanese
Population – 680,000 approx
Land Area – 20.43 km²
Electricity – 2 perpendicular flat pins USA style or with a round pin below
Time - GMT plus eight hours
International Country Telephone Code – + 886

Port Location – The port at Huangpu, (Shiliupu Pier) is located in Shanghai Harbor. The Shanghai International Cruise Ship Terminal is located close to Pudong.

Travel Links – Shanghai has two main airports, with Pudong the main international gateway and Hongqiao serving mostly domestic flights.

Shanghai is also accessible by train, bus and ferry.

Important Visa Information
Australian and New Zealand passport holders staying on board or going ashore to visit any Chinese ports are required to obtain a single-entry Chinese visa (3 month validity) prior to travel. We recommend you include a copy of your itinerary with your application and confirm the expiration of the visa at the time of issue to ensure that it is valid for your stay in China. Visas cannot be issued upon the ship’s arrival. Please note that any passengers not in possession of a Chinese visa may be denied boarding or incur a fine.

Information on this Web Site has been obtained from the Cruise Companies represented. However, the cruise industry is constantly changing and should be used as a guide only. We are unable to take responsibility for incorrect information and you must confirm all details at the time of booking.