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In Shanghai, known as the “Paris of the East,” the cultures from East and West are intertwined to create the city’s cosmopolitan style. What was once the ten-mile Shanghai International Settlement, established by the British in conjunction with Americans and French living along the Huangpu River in present-day Puxi, the metropolis currently develops and changes every day. There are historical and cultural architectural wonders lining the Bund and Xintiandi, as well as fashionable attractions in Pudong, such as the Oriental Pearl TV Tower and Shanghai Disneyland Resort. Young creative souls can go to the Former French Concession’s Tianzifang and 1933 Laoyangfang (a former slaughterhouse turned into unique shops and art galleries) to experience what the area was once like centuries ago. The fashionable can walk up and down Nanjing Xi Shopping Street to their hearts’ content. Foodies can go to the Chenghuang (City God) Temple in the Yu Garden complex to try Shanghai delicacies. Shanghai is a multifaceted place no one will regret visiting.

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Oriental Pearl Radio & Television Tower
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Observation Deck
The Oriental Pearl Radio & Television Tower is arguably the most recognizable feature on Shanghai’s skyline. Situated across the Huangpu River from the Bund, the Oriental Pearl tower stands 468 m to the top of its antenna spire. Completed in 1994, it has come to symbolize China’s modernization and emergence on the global scene. Visitors travel up and down the Oriental Pearl Tower in double-decker elevators that can hold up to fifty people. Located on the tower’s lower levels is the Shanghai Municipal History Museum. Given its iconic status, this is certainly a can’t-miss attraction.
Shanghai Science and Technology Museum
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Science & Technology Museum
Located near Century Park, the Shanghai Science and Technology Museum (SSTM) is the city’s premiere museum dedicated to enhancing public awareness of and engagement with science and technology. The museum’s large collection covers everything from geology and plate tectonics to space exploration and human health. With many interactive features, SSTM is a great destination for families with young children. No matter who you are, there is something to spark your curiosity. You won’t regret spending a few hours exploring this vast museum.
The Bund
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Historical Architecture
Cultural Experiencial Area
Arguably Shanghai's most-famous tourist attraction, the Bund is a waterfront promenade and famous business district in central Shanghai. Historically, the Bund was the city’s main financial and trading center, and was located within the Shanghai International Settlement, an area under nominal British control between 1843 and 1941. The walking areas extend roughly 1.6 km along the west bank of the Huangpu River. Owing to its historic status and zoning restrictions, the Bund contains fantastic examples of classic Shanghai architecture. For this reason, it is a popular spot for photography, offering the best views across the river to Shanghai’s modern skyline in Lujiazui. No visit to Shanghai would be complete without a visit to the Bund.
Madame Tussauds Shanghai
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Wax Museum
Madame Tussauds Shanghai has become famous throughout the world for its lifelike wax figures. As only the second Madame Tussauds located in Asia, the museum features uncannily lifelike reproductions of nearly 80 celebrities, including Yao Ming, Jackie Chan, David Beckham, Tom Cruise, Michael Jordan, and Bill Clinton. Each figurine is elaborately made in a London studio with more than 200 years of wax making experience. By incorporating new technologies into the figurines, Madame Tussauds Shanghai is able to offer visitors a more immersive experience. Certainly this particular museum lives up to the reputation Madame Tussauds has garnered throughout the world.

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Blanca + Albert   
Posted: 6 Dec 2019
sarah on the road   
The new town built in the Southern Song Dynasty, has a history of more than 800 years, named after the Xiasha salt field moved south to form a new salt field, hence the name new field , is a salt-producing Jiangnan ancient town due to salt Nowadays, the bustling city has passed away, leaving more than 100 Ming and Qing Dynasties houses of different sizes and more than 20 water bridges. The first time I knew the new town, the film Lust Caution, there is a scene in the new I took a photo of a tea house in the old town of the town. I also went to the new field many years ago to come to the ceremony. Xinchang Ancient Town is quite far from the urban area. Line 16 is sitting at the Xinchang Station. It has to get a car down. It rains when it first goes, and there are almost no tourists. The ancient town is not significant, and it can be finished in less than an hour. After visiting the tea house where you can go to Li An, the first floor tea garden, old-fashioned stairs, carved beams and doors, antique plaques, old wooden chairs, everything seems to return to the Republic of China There are also old telephones, which can still be used It is very suitable for wearing cheongsam, but the photos of friends are not convenient Xinchang Ancient Town Address:... No. 128, Haiquan Street, Xinchang Town, Pudong New Area, Shanghai Transportation: Take Metro Line 11 to Luoshan Road Station, transfer to Metro Line 16 and get off at Xinchang Station After exiting the station, take Bus No. 3, No. 628 and get off at Xinchang Town Bus Station. Walk for a few minutes. That is. You can also take a taxi directly after getting off the subway, start the ride.
Posted: 27 Nov 2018
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Jord Hammond   
Posted: 17 Dec 2019
The architecture of the 1933 Old Millfun blends the characteristics of the East and the West. In the building you can see the style of an ancient Roman basilica, and the basic structure of the outer circle and inner square also coincides with the traditional concept of “heaven and earth” in Chinese fengshui. The infinite changes between light, shadow, and space present a unique architectural wonder. The 1933 old Millfun is a unique creative park area transformed from a slaughterhouse. It has a unique design and amazing space. It has hosted large-scale commercial activities such as the Ferrari F1 party and the 50th Anniversary of Radar. The Tiny Times was filmed here. When the weather is good, you can also see a lot of new couples shooting wedding photos here. The whole building is simple and unpretentious, and the atmosphere is down to earth. Only by careful observation can you detect the ingenuity of the original designer from the delicate decorative details that seem to be almost inadvertent. Such smooth production processes, sophisticated building structures, and excellent architectural designs actually appeared in Shanghai nearly a hundred years ago as a milestone. Old Millfun is much less crowded than Xintiandi and Tianzifang. The weekend may be more popular. I suggest you choose a sunny off day to visit. No. 29, Shajing Road, Hongkou District Transportation: Metro Line 4, Line 10 to Hailun Road Station (take Exit 2), walk about 10 minutes after exiting the station. Open hours: Mon through Sun 09:00 - 22:00
Posted: 13 Dec 2018


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