Shanghai Pictures

Shanghai takes its place among the world's biggest and the most booming urban areas. While the city epitomizes a modern urban China, its history is most intriguing indeed. In particular, it was a paradise for adventurers during the 1930s and 40s. Tycoons, knights-errant and beauties came here to fulfill their dreams, and countless moving stories were staged. Owing to its strategic and coastal location, this is endowed with rich tourist attractions related to its long and complicated history. Detailed information about Shanghai Travel Guide

 Recommended Tours: Old and Modern Shanghai , Suzhou Imperial Gardens

Nanjing Road is a prime commercial area for the city and is a shopping paradise for visitors from all over the world.

The Bund stretches over 1,100 meters along the west bank of Huangpu River, beginning at Yan'an Road in the south and ending at Waibaidu Bridge.
 Bund   Buildings on the Bund

The Museum, established in 1952, is as well-known as the Museum of Ancient Chinese Art.  It was relocated twice prior to finding a permanent home in 1996 at its present location, south of the People's Plaza.

Yuyuan is a distinguished classical garden in South China, built during the Jiajing Period of the Ming Dynasty with more than 400 years of history. It is near to the City God Temple in the northeast corner of the old city area.

Shanghai Disneyland Park has many entertainment facilities and wonderful performances by Disney figures. It also has some special figures related to China, like Chinese zodiac figures and Hua Mulan, a figure from a famous Chinese legend.

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