The Bund

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 the 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. The Huangpu River is the largest river flowing through downtown Shanghai. It rises at Longwang Mountain Nature Reserve close to Anji, Zhejiang province. It experiences the ebb and flow of tides twice everyday, and the water levels could have a drop of up to 4 meters. Facing the Huangpu River, Shanghai’s mother river, the Bund has been a symbol of the city for over 100 years. It was not only witness to Shanghai’s legendary past, but also fully demonstrates to the world the city’s remarkable ability to absorb foreign cultures. The peaceful river, the long dyke and the green belt against the dazzling backdrop of charming buildings make the Bund Shanghai’s signature spot. In the morning, early birds come here for morning exercises. In daytime, it is a bustling attraction. In the evening, the buildings lit up along the Bund are like crystal palaces, ad visitors are amazed by unforgettable night vistas.
  • East Zhongshan First Road
  • Nanjing East Road Station, Subway Line 2/10; Bus 868/921/37/55/65/33

Hyatt on the Bund

A member of the Grand Hyatt portfolio, the 5-star hotel is uniquely located on the banks of the Huangpu River at the northern end of the Bund in Shanghai. Most of its suites and rooms are laid out in such an angle as to provide spectacular views of the Bund and the high-rises of Pudong. The hotel offers guests a unique experience with stylish Shanghai restaurants, sophisticated comfort, and functional conference rooms equipped with advanced technological equipment. It’s also host to the Yuan Spa which offers a variety of massage and facial treatments that no one will soon forget.

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Jack London

The restaurant on the 24th floor affords the breathtaking views of the Bund. Its kitchen led by Lukas Ziesel cooks superior dishes for Shanghai’s foodies looking for distinctive culinary experiences.

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Lost Heaven on the Bund

This Yunnan Restaurant exudes rich Southeast Asian charms. Items that add luster to its interior décor include quaint furniture, trinkets, embroidery, Buddha statue, ghostly mask, headdress and photos of Shangri-la. Tableware and lamps are arranged in a way that reflects the customs of Yunan’s minority ethnic groups.

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Mr & Mrs Bund

This French restaurant’s kitchen is helmed by Paul Pairet, the former lead chef of Shangri-La Pudong Hotel’s Jade on 36. Family style is highly endorsed by the restaurant. Waiters and waitresses all wear jeans and snickers. Eye candies abound outside the windows of this restaurant of modern design. Slouch into a chair on its alfresco terrace after your meal, with the gentle breeze from the river for company.

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