There are three options available from Shanghai Pudong Airport to Wuxi.
1. Take TAXI from Shanghai Pudong to Wuxi.
The fee should be in the local currency of 800-1000 yuan. The time is about two and a half hours.
2.Take the long-distance direct bus from Shanghai Pudong to Wuxi.
Pudong Airport – Wuxi special line, the station one-way fare is 100 yuan, travel time is about 3 hours. Pudong Airport departure time is 8:50, 10:10, 11:20, 12:20, 13:20, 14:20, 15:20, 16:10, 17:30, 18:15, 18:50, 19 : 50, 20:40. The bus departs at the Pudong Airport Bus Terminal (between Terminal 1 and Terminal 2 of Pudong International Airport). There is a stop at Hongqiao Airport, don’t get off the bus.
3.Take a taxi, airport bus or metro to Shanghai Hongqiao Station, then take the high-speed train to Wuxi.
If you take Metro Line 2 from Pudong Airport to Hongqiao Railway Station, the one-way fare is 8 yuan, and the time is about 2 hours and 10 minutes. If the Pudong Airport to Hongqiao Airport takes the first-line bus at the airport, the fare is 30 yuan, and the time is about 1 hour and 20 minutes. When taking a taxi from Pudong Airport to Hongqiao Airport, the distance is about 55 kilometers and the price is around 200 yuan.
From Hongqiao Railway Station to Wuxi, there are many trains every day. The earliest train was 6:04 and the latest train was 21:42. There are two stations in Wuxi. WUXI DONG STATION is located in the suburb of Wuxi, and there is also a WUXI STATION, which is closer to Wuxi city center. The time is about half an hour to an hour. The second-class seat costs about 50 yuan, the first-class seats are less than 100 yuan, and the business seats are less than 200 yuan.
Remember, you can only pay in local currency.
Shanghai Pudong International Airport (IATA: PVG, ICAO: ZSPD) is located in Pudong New Area, Shanghai, China, about 30 kilometers from the center of Shanghai. It is a 4F civil airport and is one of China’s three major portal hubs. Member of the international air cargo hub group in the Yangtze River Delta region, member of the East China Airport Group, the largest hub airport in East China, and the gateway airport.
Wuxi, referred to as “XI”, is known as Xinwu, Liangxi, Jinyu, a prefecture-level city in Jiangsu Province, and is known as the “Pearl of Taihu Lake”. Wuxi is located in the southern part of Jiangsu Province.