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Introduction of Shanghai Shanghai, also named ‘Hu’ or ‘Shen’ in Chinese, is one of the four municipalities directly under the Chinese central government. Shanghai, literally known as 'the port on the sea', is one of the world largest seaports and China major industrial as well as commercial center. With the deepening reform, the city, formerly crowned as the financial, economic and tra...

Eight Great Water Towns Near ShanghaiWhether you're a shutterbug or simply have a day or two to spare and want to soak in some culture, you can't go wrong with visiting one of these water towns. They're all located within a day's drive from Shanghai and won't take you more than a day or two to explore. Qibao Qibao Old Town is the closest water town to downtown Shanghai, located in Minhang District, and also ...

Shanghai Huangpu River Night CruiseThe Huangpu River is the mother river of Shanghai. Nanpu Bridge, Yangpu Bridge and Oriental Pearl TV Tower compose of a huge picture scroll. The Bund is the cultural section of Shanghai that best represents the blending of ancient and modern influences. This renowned waterfront district is the city's most famous landmark. Local people honor the Huangpu River as Mother River, and as you view th...

The Bund The Bund has also been known as Zhongshan First East Road, which measures about 1.5 kilometers in length. It starts from Yanan East Road in the south and extends to Waibaidu Bridge on Suzhou Creek in the north. To its east is the Huangpu River. To its west are 52 classic buildings of Gothic and Baroque styles which used to house old Shanghai’s financial institutions and trading companies; th...

Yu GardenThis ancient property owned by a Ming dynasty official is the only Ming garden in the northern part of the Old City. Built in 1559, the 2-hectare garden has been around for over four centuries. It boasts over 40 ingeniously conceived, well laid out ancient buildings, which have interesting names like Iron Panther, Moon Tower and Hearing-Waves Pavilion. With its pavilions, artificial mountains and ...

Nanjing Road Pedestrian StreetShanghai's Nanjing Road Pedestrian Street sets an exemplary model for Asia's shopping scene. It's positioned for the middle-end and high-end brands and is visited by both the locals and visitors alike. The "Big Four" are can't-misses: the Shanghai No. 1 Department Store, Yong An Company, Shanghai Fashion Company, and the Shanghai First Food Chain Development Company. The...

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