Destination

Amanyangyun lies 27km South of Shanghai. The nearest airport, Shanghai Hongqiao International, is a short drive away
Amanyangyun Weather

Weather

​Shanghai enjoys all four seasons – warm and pleasant in spring and autumn; hot and humid in summer; and cool in winter. Shanghai temperatures peak in July at around 35˚C, dropping to around 1˚C in January

Amanyangyun What To Pack

What to pack

In spring and summer, light clothing is appropriate with a sweater or jacket in the evenings. From autumn through winter, down jackets, fleeces, hats and gloves are necessary. Sports shoes are suitable for light touring, and hiking boots are recommended for treks. Legs, shoulders and upper arms need to be covered when visiting places of worship

By land

Amanyangyun is a 27km drive from downtown Shanghai, and is easily accessible by all modes of transport

By air
Two Shanghai international airports lie within easy reach of Amanyangyun. Shanghai Honqiao is around 21km North from the property, while Shanghai Pudong is around 54km away
Language & currency
The official language of China is Mandarin, and English is increasingly spoken. The national currency is the yuan or renminbi. Major credit cards are accepted in larger establishments. Most currencies and traveller’s cheques are easy to cash. ATM machines are widely available
Visas​
Though most travellers are required to purchase a visa before entering China, Shanghai operates a visa-free scheme for stays of up to 144 hours. Travellers must hail from one of the 51 countries on the scheme, and must produce evidence of their onward journey on arrival in Shanghai. Passports must be valid for at least six months before the date of entry. Please check with your nearest Chinese embassy or consulate, prior to travel, to find out which rules apply to your nationality and itinerary
Notes
The Aman team can advise on visas and assist with any other travel arrangements, including airport transfers, private flights and Aman Journeys taking in top destinations in China: Aman Summer Palace in Beijing; Amanfayun in Hangzhou; and Amandayan in Lijiang