Shanghai is the best for a city break full of shopping, dining out and lots of sights to see. Being China’s biggest city, with over 24 million residents means it's certainly full of towering skyscrapers. But, look beyond the skyscrapers and you'll see the city is a whole lot more than a concrete and financial center.
This modern, cosmopolitan metropolis is frequently referred to as the ‘Paris of the East’ due to its tree-lined streets, glamour and westernized spaces. Here, you may discover an exciting combination of the traditional as opposed to modernism, and oriental as opposed to western, which offers the city a distinctive appeal. Shanghai boasts cutting edge technology, incredible architectural design, and original multicultural influences.
Being a huge city, there’s lots of things to do in Shanghai. Begin your journey off with the Jade Buddha Temple, it’s an energetic Buddhist temple with a 1.9 meter tall white Buddha. One more temple that’s worth seeing is the city God Temple that's found in the walled city.
While here you can't leave out seeing the Shanghai world financial Centre, which the locals dub ‘the bottle opener.’ This is where you may see a number of the most extraordinary perspectives of the city, some other places to enjoy jaw-dropping perspectives is from the top of the Jinmao building, which is a skyscraper that’s 88 stories tall.
History buffs will truly need to pay a go to Shanghai Museum. The museum showcases several excellent historic Chinese artwork in the world and is found in the people’s square. The square itself is likewise is an amazing area to go to. The big area is within the Huangpu District and offers the best location to relax in its gardens. The Bund is a major visitor spot, it’s a waterfront promenade with many unique kinds of colonial and contemporary architecture in addition to bars, restaurants, and shops.
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