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Old 02-09-08, 08:59 AM   #1
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Hong Kong to Shanghai

Hi Tourers

I'm wondering if anyone out there has travelled from Hong Kong to Shanghai?

My main query is whether to travel following the coast from HK through Fuzhou; or to ride inland instead and pass near to Nanchang?

Both routes seem a similar distance and I'm curious about if anyone has used either route and can comment on it in general terms. I'm not keen on hilly / mountain landscape and much prefer the flat roads!

Any advice would be appreciated.


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