Situated on the banks of the Yangtze River Delta, Shanghai has become the world's biggest and busiest cargo port. The Huangpu River divides the city into two parts - Pudong New District (on the east bank) and Puxi (on the west bank).
The city is easily reached by air and over land. It has two airports (Pudong International Airport and Hongqiao International Airport), nine major bus stations, and an ultra-modern railway station. Once inside the city, visitors will have no trouble getting around.
Shanghai has one of the most comprehensive local transportation networks in the country. Visitors can get from A to B on the bus, subway (Metro), in a taxi or pedicab, on a tourism bus or on a ferry. Those headed into the city from Pudong International Airport can have a truly futuristic experience riding the very rapid Maglev Train- the only commercial magnetic levitation train in operation anywhere in the world.
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