Shanghai Things to Do

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  • 1. Yuyuan Gardens

    4 out of 5 stars

    Had my vacation from Hangzhou to Shanghai China in Mar, and I am really fascinated by the beautiful city that lined with colonial-era buildings. Here are the ten places that I find it interesting and...

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  • 2. Bund

    From reading up on the subject, it would appear that 'The Bund' was initially constructed as a barrier to prevent flooding of the colonial era buildings that line the Huang Pu River bank. Today it is...

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  • 3. Oriental Pearl Tower

    Oriental Pearl Tower is a distinct landmark in Pudong. It is said to be the 6th highest tower in the world. The 2nd sphere contains shops, restaurants, (including a rotating restaurant) and a...

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  • 4. Shanghai Museum

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    The most visited section of the City's Museum seems to be this area, with a very rich display. I was particularly attracted by a demonstration in display, of the successive operations used to build...

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  • 5. Nanjing Lu - Road

    4 out of 5 stars

    Nanjing Road is also known as the No. 1 street in China having the miniature of the history and culture of Shanghai. It offers a pedestrian walkway that is very much applicable for sightseeing and...

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  • 6. Pudong

    the glittering lights of Pudong's ultramodern skyline is filled with various colorful neon and led lights and it rivals Hong Kong's Victoria Harbour Skyline Night Show. Best seen from the Bund or via...

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  • 7. Xin Tian Di

    The former french quarter was renovated respecting its old characteristics, and became a trendy (and expensive... it seems) touristy area. It's different, but the contrast with the shiny forms and...

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  • 8. Bund - Buildings

    one of the European Gothic Architecture Icons in the Bund now houses the Shanghai Pudong Development Bank. It was formerly known as the HSBC Buidling Built in 1923 and after the revolution known as...

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  • 9. Jin Mao Tower

    4 out of 5 stars

    Located in the heart of Shanghai’s business center, this tower holds the world’s 3rd tallest building and China’s first tallest building. This tower can definitely catch your attention as the locals...

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  • 10. River Cruise

    with spectacular night views of shanghai. the main docking area for huangpu river boats who do day and night Huangpu River Cruises is located along the Huangpu River Cruise Terminal along the Bund...

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  • 11. Jade Buddha Temple

    4 out of 5 stars

    According to the tour guide, the jade to make the Jade Buddha were brought from Myanmar. Many tourists visited this temple. Many local citizen came here to do their worshipping too. After the...

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  • 12. Acrobat Shows

    the twelth and final act and the farewell Acrobatic is a 4,000 year old Chinese Passion and since the Ancient times, the Chinese were skilled in performing death defying acrobatics and being a Major...

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  • 13. People's Square

    3 out of 5 stars

    This wide and modern square marks the centre of Shanghai. Surrounded by skyscrapers (and a few historical buildings), it is dominated by the museum, and the crowds circulating from mall to mall, in...

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  • 14. Yuyuan Bazaar

    4 out of 5 stars

    The special note about the bazaar is the quality of its preservation. Clean streets and facades, bright paintings, and a general impression of order. I had no time to conclude if it has the heavy...

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  • 15. Bund Sightseeing Tunnel

    The Bund Sightseeing Tunnel is a gondola style people mover that travels under the Huang Pu River and links the newer financial centre of Pudong with The Bund on the older city side of the wide...

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  • 16. Local Life

    Shanghai is one of the most prosperous cities in the world. Anything and everything imaginable is available for purchase here. The main shopping streets, Nanjing Road and Huaihai Road, offer...

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  • 17. Urban Planning Exhibition Hall

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    The Urban Planning Museum is a fun smaller museum located in Renmin Square. Its exhibits focus on Shanghai's buildings and infrastructure, including their history. The highlight of the museum is a...

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  • 18. Cheng Huang Temple - City God Temple - Chenghuangmiao

    The Main Attraction in Old Town of Shanghai is the Chenghuangmiao or City God Temple. It is a typical temple in Walled Cities in China and here in Shanghai is it called City God Temple. The City God...

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  • 19. Jing'an Temple

    My friend and I are staying in Lujiazui and it’s our last week in Shanghai so we thought of exploring other attractions in the city. We are not so familiar about the Nanjing Road (even the Subway) and...

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  • 20. Old Town

    4 out of 5 stars

    Despite rapid changes, you can still find traditional ways of life, shikumen homes, old lane homes, small noodle shops and all variety of commerce and action. Take some time to get out and about in...

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  • 21. French Concession

    For most people the architecture and decoration of the villa is the main attraction, however do not overlook the crafts on display, all handmade and excellent skills involved. We enjoyed the exhibits...

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  • 22. Zhou Zhuang - Daytrip

    The local tourism board has preserved this area, the land part being the Shen Wan San house with its ancient furniture and kitchen ware with the decoration either in stone art or copper art to tell...

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  • 23. People's Park - Renmin Park

    4 out of 5 stars

    This park was established in 1952 on land which was the former British built race club. Peoples Park was designed by Mr Cheng Shi-fu and originally covered an area of 150,000 square metres. Located...

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  • 24. Architecture

    There was much to see as we walked this street with the feature being the number of Shikumen 2 storey homes which were mostly in a dilipidated condition but still occupied. Some had the washing...

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  • 25. Peace Hotel

    The former Sassoon House, built by Sir Victor Sassoon and designed by Palmer and Turner Architects with a floor area of 36 317 square meters, was constructed between 1926 and 1929. The building has...

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