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About Shanghai


We’re thrilled to share all that Shanghai has to offer! Shanghai, on China’s central coast, is the country’s biggest city and a global financial hub. Shanghai’s heart is the Bund, a famed waterfront promenade lined with colonial-era buildings. Across the Huangpu River rises the Pudong district’s futuristic skyline, including 632m Shanghai Tower and the Oriental Pearl TV Tower, with distinctive pink spheres. Sprawling Yu Garden has traditional pavilions, towers, and ponds.

外滩 The Bund 
外滩 The Bund 


A ʺMuseum of International Architecture” also known as the Wall Street of Asia. As advertised in almost every depiction of Shanghai, the Bund is nothing short of amazing and will leave you in awe, as you try to capture the perfect panorama shot.

豫园 Yu Garden 
豫园 Yu Garden 


A definite must, Yu Garden is where you’ll get your fix of classical Chinese garden architecture just like in the movies, without having to leave the modern cityscape that is Shanghai. Built in 1559 during the Ming dynasty, Yu Garden, now a national monument, is a symbol of pride and resilience having withstood numerous destructive battles for centuries.

城隍庙 Chenghuang Miao 
城隍庙 Chenghuang Miao 


Shanghai’s City God Temple in English or Shanghai Chenghuang Miao is the commonest, attractive place and shopping corner for visitors. It remains as a very famous food road in Shanghai Chenghuang Temple.

陆家嘴摩天大楼 Lujiazui Skyscrapers
Lujiazui Skyscrapers


Lujiazui is the central business district of Shanghai and one of the financial powerhouses of China. Best known for its remarkable skyline of shimmering skyscrapers, Lujiazui is home to countless high-end restaurants and hotels.

南京路 Nanjing Road 
南京路 Nanjing Road 


Nanjing Road is the go-to spot for those that love to shop, you’ll find all of those international brand as well as local brands. Not only great shopping, there you’ll also find street performers, locals out for a stroll and some great snacks along the way.

东方明珠电视塔 Oriental Pearl TV Tower 
Oriental Pearl TV Tower 


As Shanghai’s most recognizable landmark, the Oriental Pearl TV Tower occupies a prominent place on the city’s landscape. The most thrilling viewpoints are from the “Space Module” – the highest observation deck, sitting staggering 1,148 feet above the ground.

上海迪士尼度假区 Shanghai Disney Resort 
Shanghai Disney Resort 


Shanghai Disney Resort, the first Disney resort in Mainland China, is a place where friends and families can escape together to a whole new world of fantasy, imagination, creativity, and adventure. The resort is home to the Shanghai Disneyland theme park which features six lands, two themed hotels, Disneytown and more.

田子坊 Tianzi Fang 
田子坊 Tianzi Fang 


Tianzi Fang is a touristic arts and crafts enclave that has developed from a renovated traditional residential area in the French Concession area of Shanghai, China. It is now home to boutique shops, bars and restaurants.

上海新天地 The Shanghai Xintiandi  
The Shanghai Xintiandi  

上海新天地由于其建筑而显得非常独特。它拥有传统的墙壁,瓷砖以及古代上海石库门的外墙。它的内部却相反的体现了一个完全不同的世界 – 国际画廊,酒吧,咖啡馆,精品店和主题咖啡馆等。

The Shanghai Xintiandi is very unique due to its ideal building construction. It holds the traditional walls, tiles plus the outer of Shikumen housing of ancient Shanghai. Instead of this, its interior embodies a completely different world of international galleries, bars, cafes, boutiques and themed cafes.

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