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2017-6-23

Shanghai Travel

Scenic Spots of Modern Metropolis
Scenic Spots of Modern Metropolis Many tourists come over to Shanghai for its great magnetic and flourishing cityscape. As the most prosperous and largest city of China, there are some must-see attractions for visitors: People’s Square, the Bund(Waitan) and Lujiazui, which all lie on both sides of the Huangpu River and can be visited at the same day.

Blue sky, green lawn and white pigeons in the People’s Square, bustling crowds and well-known century-old shop at Nanjing Lu, the Gallery of International Architecture in the Bund, shuttling ships coming and going in the powerful Huangpu River, the full view of Shanghai from Jinmao Tower and the Oriental Pearl Tower among the lofty skyscrapers in Lujiazui. All these would make you dazzle and clearly taste the charm of Shanghai style.
Old Shanghai Scenic Spots
Old Shanghai Scenic Spots The marked imprint of old Shanghai makes a feature of this modern city. When you stroll old streets, admire old buildings and listen to old songs, you’ll have the strong feeling that nearly all the streets here are cast the shadow of old Shanghai. Black bricks of Shikumen house, camphor of old western-styled house , colonnades of the Customs House, and songs wafted up from phonograph, all of which remind us of the genuine landscape of Shanghai.
Scenic Spots for Art and Culture
Scenic Spots For Art and Culture The marked imprint of old Shanghai makes a feature of this modern city. When you stroll old streets, admire old buildings and listen to old songs, you’ll have the strong feeling that nearly all the streets here are cast the shadow of old Shanghai. Black bricks of Shikumen house, camphor of old western-styled house , colonnades of the Customs House, and songs wafted up from phonograph, all of which remind us of the genuine landscape of Shanghai.
Bar and Cafe for Petty Bourgeoisie
Bar and Cafe for Petty Bourgeoisie Shanghai looks more beautiful at night. When the sun sets and the buildings wears on their leon overcoat, energy of Shanghai changes dramatically. Peoples, especially the young people gather in either noisy western style bars or quiet traditional Chinese teahouses. Hengshan Lu, Maoming ming Lu, Xintiandi, each bar, each cafe, and each teahouse is open to you anytime.
Kids Tour
Kids TourChildren have no interest in shopping and high buildings.

Where is fun for them? You can take the kids to the Jingjiang Amusement Park to ride merry-go-round, dodgems and skateboard or take them to the Science and Technology Museum and Natural History Museum to know the profoundness of the nature.

You can also take them to the Shanghai Ocean Aquarium and Changfeng Ocean Undersea World to see shark, penguin, and beluga or take them to the zoo and Wild Animal Park to see tiger, lion, hippo, and giraffe and to the Oriental Green Boat for outdoors sport.
Park and Green Tour
Park and Green TourAs a modern metropolis, Shanghai keeps showing its international style in the city afforestation, which provides its citizens with more places to relax from busy work.

There are several dozens of parks and greenbelts available in the city: open greens like Lujiazui and Xujiahui Park, some parks free of charge like Luxun Park and Changfeng Park, and downtown parks like Xiangyang Park and People’s Park. While on weekends, peoples may breathe the fresh air in Gongqin Forest Park and Shanghai Botanical Garden, or ramble over the century-old classical garden to admire the beautiful architecture of Chinese Classical Gardens, which are really enjoyable.