The Bund Pictures

The Bund stretches nearly one mile (about 1,500 meters) along the west bank of Huangpu River, beginning at Yan'an Road in the south and ending at Waibaidu Bridge. It was initially the settlement of the British and American.  It was not until the end of 19th and beginning of 20th century that saw the building boom and subsequently the rising of this area as the financial hub. Attraction Intro:  The Bund

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Questions & Answers on The Bund Pictures
Asked by amjad from PAKISTAN | Nov. 05, 2015 06:47Reply
I want to know how far bund from Pudong airport and how to get there?
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Answered by Peter from DENMARK | Nov. 06, 2015 21:23

It's about 42 kilometers. You can take maglev from the airport to Longyang Road and change subway line 2 and get off at East Nanjing Road Station. Then go out from Exit 7 and walk along East Nanjing Road to reach the Bund. It's the quickest way.
Answered by amjad from PAKISTAN | Nov. 07, 2015 01:33

Asked by budhi from INDONESIA | Jan. 08, 2012 03:09Reply
how long from the bund to jiang'an temple Shanghai
I supposed to walking down from this place to jiang'an temple. If i continuously walking, without shopping or etc, approximately how long i reach this temple? how many km distance between the two different places
Thank you
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Answered by jamie | Jan. 15, 2012 21:27

About 5km and I guess one hour. Stop and start walking for about 2 hours.
Asked by Joanne from CANADA | Aug. 23, 2011 09:49Reply
What is the tall building on the Bund as seen from the Pudong district where the Pearl Tower is.
It is a modern skyscraper with a fan of leaves at the top making it look like a crown.
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Answered by Cindy from CHINA | Aug. 23, 2011 19:57

It is the building of Shanghai Bund Center in Puxi.
Answered by Joanne (Canada) from CANADA | Aug. 24, 2011 09:25

Thank you.
Asked by Ms.Mils from MALAYSIA | Oct. 28, 2009 09:20Reply
If I am visiting Shanghai during Chinese New Year Period Feb 2009,will the shops & attractions be open? Thanks
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Answered by Mr.Joe | Oct. 28, 2009 21:15

No worry. Attractions and shops won't be closed.
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