Lujiazui / Pudong, Shanghai
You can never miss Shanghai's night view when you are there!
Fondest memory: TOP 5 BEST VIEWS
Cloud 9 Unbeatable vista's from the Hyatt's toppermost bar.
M on the Bund Classy restaurant, classier view
Shanghai Panorama Recently opened 30th floor view of the Bund
Okura Hotel View from 32 storeys above the old French Club
Novotel Art 50 Moving view of the Pudong, plus great contemporary art.
Fondest memory: When I visit Shanghai, I am always amazed by the modern architecture. If you are into modern building design and visiting nice hotels and stuff like that, Shanghai is really kewl! The new Grand Hyatt in Pudong is a spin out. 88 floors high, with an enormous 30 storey atrium that starts from the 50th floor. And the view is amazing. Although the Pearl TV Tower is a 1990's tackorama original, it kind of epitomises the spirit of Shanghai, and it is well worth a visit. It is hard to imagine what Shanghai will be like in 20 years time, so it is a good idea to go there now!
Fondest memory: This picture was taken from a tall, brand-new condominium overlooking Shanghai's Century Park, which is located in Pudong. Century Park is the largest park in Shanghai and it is a great place to take a walk, run, or bike. There is also a mini golf course here and several gardens. The landscaping work done here is fantastic. Also a great place for a picnic.
Favorite thing: This is a city that changes every day. It always amazes me when I am out and experiencing this city.
I'm still in awe of all these; Shanghai???
Amazing how fast this city develops!
The influence of capitalists in China! Unbelievable!!!
Favorite thing: Test to see if you are afraid of heights! Climb up to the Oriental Pearl Tower and experience its glass floor, where you can look down directly to the street underneath your feet.
Oriental Pearl TV Tower
The landmark of Shanghai and be one of the tallest building of Shanghai.
Favorite thing: Shanghai, China's second largest city, is one of the four cities in China (Beijing, Tianjin and Chongqing) directly under the control of central government
Shanghai Science & Technology Museum
Fondest memory: This new Museum locates at Pu Dong New Area. You mustn't miss this amazing museum when you visit Shanghai!
Favorite thing: It was divided into foreign concessions after the Opium War in 1840 and continued to be an open port until the 1940s.