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Public transport/cycling from Greentown Yuhua Qinqin School

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Hello, new here! I have just found out my school placement and I will be staying on campus. I have not yet arrived in China. My school is Greentown Yuhua Qinqin School north east of Sandunzhen. Using google maps so the directions  and locations may be incorrect.

I would like to know what my best options are in regards to travelling into the city centre. I would ideally like to cycle to the nearest subway or bus if possible. I cannot tell on google maps if there are bike lanes or stations around the area.

Thank you for your help in advance!


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No subway near to Sandun, or in the west what so ever ( closest one is Westlake cultural Square) and if you drive your bike to there then you can easily drive 10 minutes longer to reach the city center..

You need to check for bus stops. 

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