Yu Garden

This ancient property owned by a Ming dynasty official is the only Ming garden in the northern part of the Old City. Built in 1559, the 2-hectare garden has been around for over four centuries. It boasts over 40 ingeniously conceived, well laid out ancient buildings, which have interesting names like Iron Panther, Moon Tower and Hearing-Waves Pavilion. With its pavilions, artificial mountains and ponds, it’s widely advertised as a gem of classic Chinese gardening and an oasis of calm marooned in the urban bustle. It 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.


The Bund

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.


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.



Lujiazui is Shanghai's leading financial center. Located on the bank of Huangpu River in Pudong New Area, it is now one of Shanghai’s most charming places. It provides the most convincing cross-section of cosmopolitan Shanghai. Lujiazui boasts not only an “outdoor museum of global architecture”, but also modern high-rises that frame the skyline of modern Shanghai. Lujiazui is just the spot where you7 marvel at Shanghai’s modernity. Lujiazui is home to myriad shopping venues, eating establishments and attractions. Zhengda Plaza and Guojin Center are where you can splurge. Qiao Jiang Nan, Heng Yue Xuan, Dynasty Hotel, Jun Yue Xuan, Pujiang II, Suzhe Zonghui, Haiyi Seafood, Tian Cui Ting are just some of the venues where you can please your taste buds. You can walk off your meal in Lujiazui’s central green area. You can also trek up to the top of the Oriental Pearl Tower, Jinmao Tower and the World Financial Center for commanding views of the city.


Feng Jing

With a history of more than 1,500 years, Fengjing ancient town was once a key connection between Jiangsu and Zhejiang provinces. There are many bridges, temple, famous people and lanes in the town. The town is also known as the birthplace of the famed Jinshan Peasant Painting, which has won praise for its creative designs and bright colors that vividly represent the everyday life of the working people.

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