Airport Code: WUX
Located at no. 1, Airport Road, Binhu District, Wuxi Airport has been serving Suzhou, Wuxi and Changzhou since being opened in 2004. Presently it has T1 as the International Terminal to operate flights from/to Hong Kong, Macau, Singapore and Taichung, and uses T2 as Domestic Terminal where flights for many cities in China are available, including Beijing, Guangzhou, Kunming, Harbin and Nanning.
Airport Transportation: downtown & intercity shuttle bus, train and taxi
As a city along the Beijing-Shanghai rail line and Beijing-Shanghai High Speed Railway, trains play a significant role for Wuxi. There are four railway stations in the city: Wuxi Railway Station, East Railway Station, New District Railway Station and Huishan Railway Station. Wuxi Railway Station, at No. 1, Chezhan Road, Chong'an District, is a major station, which contains two squares. Passengers take ordinary trains need to enter the station from south square, while those take bullet trains departs from north square. The other three stations are used for bullet trains only. The East Railway Station is on Guangxin Road, Xishan District, while Xiqu Railway Station is at the junction of Xinhua Road and Zhujiang Road, southeast of the city. The Huishan Railway Station is on Jingyi Road, Huishan District.
See also Wuxi Train Schedule
Major Rail Lines from Wuxi to:
Long-distance buses to and from around 21 provinces, cities and municipalities are available from local Long-distance Coach Station, at No. 222, West Xihu Road, in front of Wuxi Railway Station's north square. This is the only coach station where passengers can find coaches to nearby cities such as Suzhou, Kunshan, Zhangjiagang, Changshu, Jiangyin, etc on 2F and coaches to faraway places such as Beijing, Guangzhou on 3F.
Long-distance Bus Station
For passengers' convenience, a comprehensive transportation hub, called Central Coach Station, is built based on the railway station, the Coach Station and local public transportation. It is next to the north square of the main Railway Station, which makes it easy for transit passengers. Passengers can walk across the footbridge or through underground passages from the Coach Station to the Railway Station North Square in several minutes.
Line 1 and Line 2. Line 1 connects the northern and southern suburbs with the city center. It is around 19 miles (30km) from Yanqiao Station in the north to Changguangxi Station in the south and passes the Railway Station. Line 2 runs from Anzhen Station in the east to Meiyuan Kaiyuan Temple Station in the west, passing the East Railway Station. Based on the plan, line 3 and line 4 will be finished by the end of 2018 and around 70 miles (113km) metro lines will be built.
See metro maps for reference.
With around 250 public bus lines, local public buses reach various places. Most of the downtown public buses run between around 05:00 to 21:00 or even later to 23:00. Buses to some outer suburban districts usually stop in late afternoon. Checking the hours of operation is recommended when you depart. Most of the public buses charge CNY1, while the air-conditioned ones charge CNY2. The Shanghai Transportation Card can be used in local public buses.
Among the public buses, line 20 and line 80 pass many scenic spots, while line 10 and line 27 cover some commercial areas. Besides the public buses, there is a sightseeing bus "Li Lake Sightseeing Line" from Heliekou Stop to Yuantouzhu Stop and it is available on weekends and holidays.
Main Bus Lines and Stations
|Bus Line||Major Stations|
|Line 1 (Central Coach Station - Yuantouzhu)||Railway Station (East) – Lihu Park – Li Garden - Yuantouzhu|
|Line 20 (Coach Station – Lihu Central Park)||Dadongfang Department Store – Wangshan Road – Li Lake Square|
|Line 88 (Railway Station – Lingshan)||Kaiyuan Temple – Meiyuan - Lishan|
|Li Lake Sightseeing Line (Heliekou - Yuantouzhu)||Qingqi Bridge – Sports Center – Wangshan Road – Li Lake Bridge – Changguangxi Park - Yuantouzhu|
More than 3,900 taxis can be easily hired locally. Charges are CNY10 for the first 3 km (2 mi) and CNY1.9 for every additional kilometer (0.6mi). Nearly all taxis are charged by meter. Do ask for a receipt when getting off the car!
Taxi fares from Wuxi Railway Station to major attractions:
Taihu Lake: Approximately CNY40 to Yuantouzhu
Li Garden: CNY35-40
Plum Garden Scenic Area: Approximately CNY40
Lingshan Grand Buddha: CNY100 - 150
- Last modified on Nov. 28, 2019 -
Questions & Answers on Wuxi Transportation
Asked by Jenis Chua from SINGAPORE | Oct. 10, 2019 01:31Reply
My plane lands at 22.35 pm, can I get a taxi from wuxi airport to hotel in Suzhou
Please help, or I have to sleep in the airport?
Answered by James from UKRAINE | Oct. 11, 2019 00:02
Well, as I know, most taxi drivers are not willing to go there because of the distance. Thus you are suggested to hire a private car. Or find a hotel nearby the airport and start off in next morning.
Asked by Natasha from CHINA | Jun. 17, 2019 06:02Reply
How do I get from binhu district in wuxi to suzhou sip via railway station?
Answered by Justin from CANADA | Jun. 17, 2019 23:21
You can take bullet train from Wuxi Railway Station to Suzhou SIP and Bus Line 68/77/703 are available from Binhu district to main railway station.
Asked by brian from AUSTRALIA | May. 11, 2019 18:08Reply
Do i get a taxi to gao lang rd from Wuxi Airport?
Answered by Amber from ROMANIA | May. 13, 2019 01:21
Yes, the taxi is available.
Asked by Chika from INDONESIA | Feb. 21, 2019 09:31Reply
How do I go to Suzhou from wuxi?
I have a flight from SIN and arrived in WX at 11.35pm, but my final destination in Suzhou. I would like to take a bullet train from WX Railway Station to Suzhou Railway Station, so how do I go to WX Railway station from Suzhou?
Answered by Chasidy from DENMARK | Feb. 21, 2019 18:50
According to your landing time, you are suggested find a hotel nearby the airport and start off in the early morning. From WX Airport, take airport shuttle bus line 1 to the railway station directly.
Asked by hui leng from MALAYSIA | Oct. 16, 2018 06:55Reply
my arrival to wuxi airport is at 2200 any public transport to downtown besides taxi eg mrt and buses
to downtown hotels after landing and if so which location?
Answered by Kent from USA | Oct. 16, 2018 23:15
You are advised to take the airport bus line 1 and get off at the final stop - East Wangzhuang Road;then you can take a taxi to the hotel you want to go.