People's Square

People's Square

People's Square, a garden-style square in downtown, is known as the "Green Lung of Shanghai". To its north are the premises of Shanghai government, to its west Shanghai Grand Theater, to its northeast Shanghai Urban Planning Exhibition Hall, and to its south Shanghai Museum. People's Avenue runs through the square flanked by a green belt 17 meters wide, offering a total green area of 80000 square meters. Measuring 140,000 square meters in area, the square can accommodate over 1.2 million people.

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Yu Garden

Yu Garden

Adjoining old Chenghuangmiao, this 400-year-old Ming dynasty private garden is not only a tourist attraction, but also a worth-a-dedicated-trip shopping destination where trinkets, local products and famous snacks attract those ready to shell out.

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The Bund of Shanghai

The Bund of Shanghai

The Bund is located on the bank of Huangpu River in downtown Shanghai. It is one of the city’s biggest highlights. Must-see attractions around it include the Oriental Pearl Tower and Jinmao Tower. Since 1943, the Bund has also been known as Zhongshan First East Road, which measures about 1.5 kilometers in length. It starts from Yanan East Road in the south and extends to Waibaidu Bridge on Suzhou Creek in the north. To its east is Huangpu River. To its west are 52 classic buildings of Gothic and Baroque styles which used to house old Shanghai’s financial institutions and trading companies; therefore, the Bund is now acclaimed as an outdoor museum of international architecture.

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Xintiandi

Xintiandi

A modern leisure and entertainment neighborhood that has successfully utilized Shanghai’s traditional homes known as Shikumen. It provides an interesting window on Shanghai and the rest of the world, on Shanghai’s yesteryears, today and tomorrow. Culturally and historically imbued old homes have been turned into a hive of activity for diners, shoppers and entertainment and leisure seekers. Beneath the veneer of old bricks and roofs that have been preserved to this day and age are modern amenities. An easy stroll makes you feel you are transported back in time to a Shanghai of the 20’s and 30’s of the last century, but once you step into a door, the ambience of modernity is just overwhelming. Yesterday, today and tomorrow meet in Xintiandi.

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Lujiazui

Lujiazui

Lujiazui is one of China's leading financial centers. It is located on the bank of Huangpu River and fronts onto the Bund. At present many financial institutions have opened their offices in Lujiazui, including those which have RMB business like HSBC, Citibank, Standard Chartered Bank and Bank of East Asia. This is also the place to be for those who look to please their palates - fine eating establishments include Qiao Jiang Nan, Heng Yue Xuan, Dynasty Hotel, Ninsei Style

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Century Park

Century Park

Century Park in Pudong is a distinctive garden of modern Chinese style where visitors are at one with nature. It features larges swathes of lawn, forest and lake. Attractions include an island in the center of the lake, a plaza, a folksy village and an international garden. Activities abound, include bird watch, scientific experiences and outdoor shows. Kids can have a high in the children’s playground.

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Wujiaochang

Wujiaochang

City planners environ making Wujiaochang one of Shanghai’s four urban sub-centers and the southern part of the Wujiaochang one of Shanghai's top ten commercial centers. The entire zone covers a planned area of 3.11 square kilometers.

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Nanjing Road Pedestrian Street

Nanjing Road Pedestrian Street

Nanjing East Road is the eastern stretch of Nanjing Road which extends for 1,599 meters from Zhongshan East First Road in the east to Tibet Middle Road in the west. The section to the west of Henan Middle Road is widely known as Nanjing Road Pedestrian Street, which sets an exemplary model for Asia’s shopping scene. It’s quite an experience to cruise through the street lined up with shops, including time-honored ones. The pedestrian street is such an appealing shopping destination that you have to elbow your way through the crowd especially in festivals.

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West Nanjing Road

West Nanjing Road

This is the western stretch of Nanjing Road touted as “China’s Top Commercial Road”. It's here that world's big-name luxury goods jostle for attention. Incessantly pushing the envelop of luxury shopping, 2000-meter-long Nanjing West Road is the perfect place for those looking to blow a lot of dough.

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Shanghai Expo Park

Shanghai Expo Park

Zone A, Zone B and Zone C of the World Expo Park, which span 3.93 square kilometers, brought together the national pavilions and themed pavilions during the 2010 World Expo. Some of these pavilions have been turned into venues serving new purposes and opened to the public.

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