6 Shanghai Must-Visit Places in January
What to do in Shanghai in January? Despite the cold winter, many people still go outside to feel the atmosphere of the approaching Chinese New Year. The most visited places in Shanghai are the Yu Garden and the Old City God Temple. Indoor attractions, of course, are also popular during this cold month. Thus, in January in Shanghai, one must visit the World Financial Center and the Urban Planning Exhibition Hall to directly feel this city’s modern vitality. Other recommended things to do in Shanghai in January include getting close to the migratory birds and enjoying the hot springs.
In addition, tourists can try guessing lantern riddles, and enjoy folk performances. The cute mascot in the parade may randomly give away red packets to tourists.
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Nevertheless, it is the miniature which takes up more than half of the F3 that makes this hall a must go place in Shanghai. This miniature is the panorama of the Shanghai downtown on the scale of 1:500. If you overlook it on the F4, the scene is truly impressive.
If you’re curious about how Shanghai looked like in the 1930s, then go down to B1. The corridor on this floor is lined with the buildings from that time. Shikumen Residence, old-style kitchen stove and the teahouse are well worth visiting.
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