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  • 1. Lujiazui / Pudong

    the view of the ultramodern district of shanghai! Shanghai is home to more than 4,000 buildings, but it is the Huangpu's east-bank development, Pudong, that is the star of the Show in Shanghai. In...

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  • 2. Shanghai Meseum (People's Square)

    Nowhere else in China the idea of modernity is so strong! Maybe because the modern buildings are everywhere, with remarkable diversity and architecture, maybe because nowhere else is so noticeable the...

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  • 3. Nanjing Lu

    The city is so huge, if one has just a few days, the best thing to do is... to go back for more! I liked that we stayed along Nanjing Road. That way, we got to stroll along this long avenue filled...

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  • 4. The Bund

    You look at the Bund, with futuristic buildings in one bank of the river, and classical ones in the other, and something looks... odd. I was not very familiar with Chinese architecture but... those...

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  • 5. Yuyuan Garden & Bazaar

    I was impressed by the development and organization of Shanghai. What they show to us today has nothing to do with the generalised idea of China. We had to look at the small narrow roads, to see...

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  • 6. Xu Jia Hui

    Xu Jia Hui Cathedral Xujiahui Catheral, the largest Catholic church in Shanghai, was constructed at 158 Puxi Road in 1910. It is a French Gothic construction. The two belfries tower over the sky. The...

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  • 7. Suzhou

    The route of the silk in the Middle Ages finished here: Suzhu is the city of the silk. You could buy all kind of beautiful cloths and things made by real silk. Suzhu is located to the north of...

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  • 8. Jade Buddha Temple

    Yu Fo Temple Namely Jade Buddha Temple, is the most famous Buddhist temple in Shanghai. It houses a 1.9-metre-tall jade statue of Buddha carved out of a single piece jade whose color is lustrously and...

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  • 9. Zhou Zhuang

    Although Shanghai has few landscapes, there are many small cities around Shanghai with beautiful scenes. The picture is the West Lake, which is a famous scene in Hangzhou, the capital of Zhejiang and...

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  • 11. Do you need a VISA to enter Mainland China ?

    maz5555, I would look into the travel VISA to travel inside Mainland , China andconfirm that you can travel into the city and back. I have a USA passport...

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  • 12. Cultural Resistance

    In most Chinese cities that we visited, the signs of modernity and fast growth are recent. Not in Shanghai; there, it is easy to notice that development and...

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  • 13. The Bathroom!

    Shanghai is very modern in many ways and the bathrooms are no exception! But.....omg............Squat toilets are every where including some at the larger...

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  • 14. When to go?

    Next time we will be spending the month of May-June in Shanghai as Shirley reckons this is the spring time. We have been in October-November which is the...

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  • 15. Free Wi-Fi in Shanghai

    I found it relatively easy to get free wi-fi but it does depend on where you travel. In China, the law requires the government to know the identity of everyone...

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  • 16. drinking water

    Shanghai is such a fantastic city but do be careful of the tap water which is not always good for drinking, that is why you will find water coolers everywhere...

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  • 17. Taxis In Shanghai

    Catching a cab in Shanghai's not difficult, just get to the side of the road and start waving your arm. If you have more than four people you'll probably be out...

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  • 18. finding some of Old Shanghai

    Shanghai is quite a nice and very large city. Be sure to visit the hutongs or lilongs or small villages within the city where people still live more...

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  • 19. Shanghai 2010 World Expo

    Now that the Shanghai Expo is on between May 1st and October 31st --- I was there on 18 to 20 May. http://daddytravel.blogspot.com/ My travel blog details some...

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  • 20. Staying in touch!

    Mobile phones everywhere, everyone has one and they are all using them, as unlike NZ they are affordable to use for private use locally. My Nokia 6300 was...

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  • 21. Expo which side?

    What ever you do have a great time! Pudong is very bubbly side of Shanghai, although you will find Puxi has a lot to offer and if anyone is there for Expo stay...

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  • 22. Construction

    Coming from the construction industry, i could not beleive that this 24/7 operation is getting the job done! Concrete mixers never stop and by the look of them...

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  • 23. Shanghai Skyline

    assorted views of the Shanghai Skyline. The high-rise towers of Shanghai stretched as far as the eye could see, a great forest of soaring shapes punctuated here...

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  • 24. Shanghai Condominiums

    like in Beijing, Shanghai has lots of Condominiums of different shapes and sizes. Condominiums can be classified as public and private wherein the less wealthy...

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  • 25. Shanghai Expo 2010

    Shanghai is the host of the 2010 world expo. the world exposition is held every 2 years with different host cities around the world, I only attendred once in...

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