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Classical Gardens of Suzhou

3.5 star rating: Worth doing 13 Reviews

The art of the traditional Chinese garden was popular among wealthy Chinese during the Ming and Qing Dynasties, and nowhere is the classic beauty of these ...  Read more

Shanghai Xin Tian Di

3.5 star rating: Worth doing 6 Reviews

Xin Tian Di (Xintiandi) is a sleekly restored area of Shanghai, where the more successful of the city's young come to play. It's also a popular strolling ...  Read more

Huangpu River

3 star rating: Worth doing 1 Review

The Huangpu River, extending over 71 miles (113 kilometers), flows through the middle of Shanghai’s, dividing the city into two parts – Pudong to the east and ...  Read more

Shanghai Zoo (Shanghai Dongwu Yuan)

1.5 star rating: I do not recommend this 2 Reviews

The Shanghai Zoo (Shanghai Dongwu Yuan), one of the best zoological parks in China, is home to some 6,000 animals representing 600 species, many of them ...  Read more

Bund Sightseeing Tunnel

Since its opening in 2000, the Bund Sightseeing Tunnel has become one of Shanghai’s most popular attractions among domestic tourists. Contrary to what the name ...  Read more

China Art Museum

Located in Pudong, Shanghai, the China Art Museum showcases a large and varied collection of modern Chinese art. In fact, it’s the largest art museum in the ...  Read more

Duolun Road

Duolun Road is a must-see stop for those interested in the history and culture of Shanghai in the 1920s and 1930s. It was once a writers' enclave and today ...  Read more

Fengjing Ancient Town

Fengjing Ancient Town is situated in the southwest of Shanghai, around 60 kilometers from the center of the city. It’s a cultural and historical town that ...  Read more

Jing’an Temple

Surrounded by the skyscrapers of modern Shanghai sits Jing’an Temple, a busy Buddhist temple with a history dating back to the third century, though it wasn’t ...  Read more

Jin Mao Tower

There are few more potent symbols of Shanghai's drive to go stratospheric than the Jin Mao Tower. In fact, there's only one. Jin Mao is the city's ...  Read more

Lupu Bridge

Shanghai’s Lupu Bridge, the world’s first steel arch bridge and the second longest arch bridge after the Chaotianmen Bridge in Chongqing, extends 5.4 miles ...  Read more

Moganshan Road

Mogansham Road is a great place for art lovers to take a stroll while in Shanghai. Art buffs could easily spend hours in this fascinating district, browsing ...  Read more

Shanghai Cruise Port

On the map for over a thousand years, Shanghai didn’t rise to prominence until the 1840s, but was the largest city in China by the 1930s. Today, it is the ...  Read more

Shanghai Expo 2010 Pavilion

In 2010, the eyes of the world turned to Shanghai as it hosted the Shanghai Expo 2010, a World’s Fair held on the banks of the Huangpu River. The ...  Read more

Shanghai Grand Theater

Located in People’s Square in the middle of the city, the Shanghai Grand Theater is the crown of the city’s arts scene. Designed by ARTE Charpentier, a ...  Read more

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