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Shanghai Attractions

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Oriental Pearl TV Tower 4.0 stars
Tower - #1 of 31
Regarded as the landmark and symbolic building of Shanghai, the Oriental Pearl Tower boasts amazing height and great view. Locating between Yangpu and Nanpu Bridge, the Oriental Pearl Town, like its name indicates, just resemble a pearl playing ... [more ]
Yu-Gardens 4.0 stars
Botanical Garden - #2 of 31
Don't waste your money to go into the actual gardens at Yu-Gardens. They are not the best Chinese gardens and you will see much nicer examples in Suxhou or in other parts of China. Yu-gardens is mainly just a nice hectic place to be in and ... [more ]
The French Concession 4.0 stars
Quarter - #3 of 31
If you’re staying in Shanghai for any length of time it’s well worth investing in a bike. Initially the roads/traffic/lack of traffic rules DO seem scary – I put off cycling for over a year! – but once you try it you’ll realize it’s more fun than ... [more ]
Planet Laser Tag 4.0 stars
Entertainment, Festival, Amusement Park - #4 of 31
i have been there and it was awesome go there if u want to have some fun. if u dont no hwo to play they will teach. expensive but worth it [more ]
Jing'an Si Market 3.0 stars
Market Place - #5 of 31
I don’t really know why I’m sharing this as it’s one of my favourite (and cheapest) places to shop and I don’t want the prices to go up, but I bought so much fab stuff there this weekend I felt mean not spreading the word! Behind Jing’an ... [more ]
The Shanghai Museum 5.0 stars
Museum, Gallery, Exhibition - #6 of 31
I visited the Shanghai Museum in January this year. It is certainly well worth a visit and it is easy to spend a full day there as the museum is spread over five floors. For culture buffs the Shanghai Museum is a must. It is located in the ... [more ]
Jade Buddha Temple 4.0 stars
Church, Cathedral, Chapel - #7 of 31
She might be the ‘Whore of the Orient’, but in stark contrast to the city’s love affair with consumerism, Shanghai does have a spiritual side. My advice is to forget Jing’An Temple on Nanjing Lu, as this modern building is likely to ... [more ]
Nanjing Road 4.0 stars
Shopping - #8 of 31
Nanjing Road is a mix of modern China and Chinese traditions. I spent an afternoon and evening loitering the streets, exploring the unfamiliar food by daylight and pottering about the market place when the famous neon lights of Nanjing Road came ... [more ]
the Bund 4.0 stars
Harbour - #9 of 31
The Bund is one of the most recognizable architectural symbols in Shanghai. It is almost the synonymy of Shanghai. The bund mainly refers to an avenue built along the Huang Pu River. Its very famous because this area witnessed big historical ... [more ]
Shanghai Akrobaten 4.0 stars
Opera, Theatre, Concert Hall - #10 of 31
China has been famous for its acrobats, but this wasn’t something I was looking out for when I was there, mostly because it slipped my mind. So I’m really glad I came across the poster for the acrobats show while I was wandering about Puxi. It ... [more ]
Fuxing Park 4.0 stars
Park - #11 of 31
If on a Sunday you need to clear the head after the night before, head to one of Shanghai’s parks. Zhongshan Park in the northwest of the city is large with a boating lake and kid’s adventure playground, while Fuxing Park is smaller though ... [more ]
Shanghai International Airport 4.0 stars
Airport - #12 of 31
After nearly 20 minutes I was starting to feel very concerned, as I would not expect not to wait more than 2 minutes for a cab. My departure time was also looming, and if I didn’t find a cab quickly I would certainly miss my flight. In the end I ... [more ]
Xiangyang Market 4.0 stars
Shopping - #13 of 31
The Chinese have almost perfected the art of making fake goods. And there are some things worth buying spurious considering the amount of money you'll end up saving. Anybody will tell you that it’s best to shop on the Puxi side of Shanghai and ... [more ]
Shanghai Grand Theatre 5.0 stars
Opera, Theatre, Concert Hall - #14 of 31
Shanghai Grand Theatre is a very famous theatre in Shanghai with magnificent outlook and unique architectural style. The building was designed by a French architect and the design is very special. When viewing it in the evening when whole theatre ... [more ]
Chun Yin Art Gallery 5.0 stars
Museum, Gallery, Exhibition - #15 of 31
Almost overshadowed by the multitude of Louis Vuitton bags and real silk scarves is this little art gallery, that has some of the nicest contemporary painting of Chinese women I have ever seen. The artist herself is often at the shop, meeting ... [more ]
Shanghai Airport 4.0 stars
Airport - #16 of 31
Fortunately the driver was a budding Michael Schumacher and so I was able to get to the terminal just in time. I managed to board the flight to Hong Kong and was pleasantly surprised by Dragon Air’s service. This was the first time I had flown ... [more ]
People's Square 4.0 stars
Square - #17 of 31
People’s Square is a large square near the busiest Nanjing lu shopping area. It is also where Shanghai Municipal Government Building locates. People’s Square used to be a hourse racing course, but renovated as a public square after the founding ... [more ]
Duo Lun Lu 4.0 stars
Other Urban Landmark - #18 of 31
If you want to escape from downtown Shanghai and have half a day to spare, I recommend a visit to Duo Lun Lu, an ‘L’ shaped street consisting of attractive restored houses, Shanghai’s only Christian Church built in a Chinese style, and plenty of ... [more ]
Shanghai Propoganda Poster Art Centre 4.0 stars
Museum, Gallery, Exhibition - #19 of 31
Firstly, this place is difficult to find. It is actually located in the basement of a residential apartment block! However, if you go to the address the security guard on the apartment block will point you in the right direction. It is well ... [more ]
MOCA Shanghai 4.0 stars
Museum, Gallery, Exhibition - #20 of 31
If you’re a modern art buff, the Shanghai Museum of Contemporary Art (MOCA) is a small but light and airy gallery on two levels situated in the centre of the city in the leafy People’s Park. Exhibitions don’t change that often but the last two I ... [more ]
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