You must have heard and read a great deal about the rapid development and modernization of Shanghai. Many proclaim that Shanghai has become a metropolis that rivals Hong Kong and Singapore as the Eastern world's answer to New York. It is indeed a window through which overseas tourists witness the modernization of China. Changes in Shanghai are amazing.
As the focal point of the "New China", Shanghai has made it known to the world for its prosperity, transport facilities, the convergence of Chinese and West cultures, diversified stage performances from various parts of China and the world, concentration of the food with different local tastes. The rocket-like Oriental Pearl TV Tower, the Bund, the Nanjing Road, the Jade Buddha Temple, the famous Peace Hotel and People's Square, Yu Yuan and Cheng Huang Miao(The Town God's Temple) are all modern or historical landmarks in the city. Bring your camera to record the unceasing legend occurring on this amazing land.
Totally 10 attractions
Night view of the Bund
Visit the Bund, which is symbolic of Shanghai. To the Europeans , it was Shanghai's Wall Street, a place of feverish trading, of fortunes made and lost.
It possesses 120,000 precious works of art
Shanghai Museum 's exterior design is a combination of a square base, a huge circular roof and arch raflers, symbolizing the ancient concept of "circular sky and square earth."
Night view of Nanjing Road, Shanghai
It is reputed as "China's No.1 pedestrian Shopping Street", where you can feel the vibration of Shanghai.
Famous classical botanical garden
Built in 1559-1577, this is one of the most well known gardens in South China. Though small with an area of just 20,000 square meters, Yu Garden offers over 30 picturesque and fascinating vistas.
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