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  • Shanghai Bund Tour
    Shanghai Bund Tour
  • Waibaidu Bridge on Huangpu River
    Waibaidu Bridge on Huangpu River
  • Xintiandi
  • 2010 Expo
    2010 Expo
  • Yuyuan Garden
    Yuyuan Garden
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 Top Attractions
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.

Nanjing Road
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.

Shanghai Museum
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. 

 Modern Shanghai
Oriental Pearl TV Tower
As one of the landmark buildings in the city, it is the third tallest tower in Asia and the fifth tallest in the world. The tower faces the Bund across the Huangpu River and becomes one of the top attractions in the city. The tower can meet all kinds of needs of sightseeing, dining, entertainment, conference, exhibition, and tourist services.

Jinmao Tower
Not far from the Oriental Pearl TV Tower, the Jinmao Tower is the second tallest building in the city. It perfectly incorporates the traditional Chinese and cutting-edge modern architecture. Modern offices, a super five-star hotel, luxury restaurants, and a sightseeing platform can be found in the building.

Shanghai Center
Still under construction, it will be second tallest building after its completion in 2014. The building is mainly used for commercial office with other functions for exhibition, hotels, sightseeing, shopping centers, restaurants, conference and entertainment. 

 Old Shanghai
Shanghai Old Street
Originally named Fangbang Middle Road, the street is 825 meters long from Henan South Road in the east to Renmin Road in the west. Buildings of both ancient Chinese styles of the Ming and Qing dynasties and western styles can be found on this street. There are also many time-honored shops such as Deshun Restaurant and Xishi Tofu.

Zhujiajiao Town
It is a water town about 48 km from the city center. The town lies at the foot of Dingshan Mountain and shore of Dingshan Lake, boasting beautiful natural scenery. The Ming and Qing style buildings and narrow flat stone road will also pull you back to the Ming and Qing Dynasties of hundreds of years ago.

Qibao Ancient Town
Located in the southwest of the city, Qibao Ancient Town boasts beautiful scenery of rivers, buildings of ancient style, small boats, and arch bridges. Wandering along the old street, you can also enjoy delicious local food, such as Qibao Mutton, glutinous rice cake, and preserved pork.

 Parks and Museums
Shanghai Wild Animal Zoo 
Being the larges wild animal zoo in China, Shanghai Wild Animal Zoo is a state level wild animal zoo. The zoo collects over 200 species of rare animals from all over the world, including the Chinese rare animals such as giant panda, snub-nosed monkey, Asian elephant, and crested ibis, as well as animals from other countries.

Shanghai Ocean Aquarium
It is the one of the largest ocean aquariums in the world. There are not only ocean creatures from all over the world, but also rare fish from the Yangtze River in China, including the Chinese Sturgeon, Chinese Suckerfish, Yangtze Alligator, and Chinese Giant Salamander.

Madame Tussaud's Wax Museum 
It is the sixth of the Madame Tussaud’s Wax Museum in the world. The wax figures of the most welcomed celebrities from both China and other countries can be found in the museum, such as Jackie Chan, Zhang Yimou, Fan Bingbing, Yao Ming, Bill Gates, Albert Einstein, Princess Diana and Michael Jackson.

Shanghai Confucius Temple 
The temple was built in the Yuan Dynasty (1271 - 1368) to commemorate the great sage, Confucius. It was also the highest institution of higher learning in Shanghai during the Yuan, Ming, and Qing Dynasties. Now it is not only a cluster of ancient-style buildings but also a good place for people to learn about the culture of Confucianism.

Longhua Temple
The temple is located at the Longhua Town. It is one of the most important Buddhist temples in China, and the largest and oldest temple in the city. It attracts tourists for the ancient temple, old towers, and the unique temple fair.

Shanghai Old City God's Temple
It is one of the “must-see” attractions of the city. The temple is located near to the Yuyuan Garden and becomes a part of the Yuyuan Tourist Mart. The highlight of the temple should be various snacks and small outlets near the temple and the most famous snacks are Nanxiang Steamed Stuffed Bun, glutinous rice with meat wrapped with lotus leaves, and spring roll.

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