- Shanghai Bund Tour
- Waibaidu Bridge on Huangpu River
- 2010 Expo
- Yuyuan Garden
Located at near the Old City God’s Temple, the Yuyuan Garden is a classical garden of Southeast China. The garden was constructed in the year of 1559, and now it is a must-see scenic spot in Shanghai.
It is a bustling commercial street where both time-honored local shops and world-famous fashion shops can be found. Nanjing Road enjoys the same fame as the Fifth Avenue in New York, the Champs Elysees in Paris, and the Ginza in Tokyo.
Huangpu River & Bund
The Huangpu River and the Bund epitomize Shanghai’s history and modernity. They are regarded as the landmarks and are also the must-see attractions of the city. More over, the night view of the river and the bund is the most attractive scene in the city.
It is one of the four largest museums China, boasting a large collection of cultural relics (approximately 112,000 pieces), especially bronze wares, porcelain and china wares, as well as ancient painting and calligraphy works.
Jade Buddha Temple
With a history of over 120 years, it is the most famous temple in the city. The temple located in Anyuan Road and has been chosen as one the top ten tourist attractions of the city. The Buddhist Institute of Shanghai is also located in the temple. The vegetarian food in the temple is also one of the most famous in China.
Parks and Museums