Shanghai is undoubtedly the most prosperous city in China, with abundant tourism resources. You can't miss the following attractions.
1. The Bund: Walking along the Bund is one of the things that Shanghai tourists must do. Its architecture complex is Shanghai's business card, including Gothic architecture, Romanesque architecture and Renaissance architecture. The night view can't be missed. On the other side of the Huangpu River, you can see Pudong Lujiazui, the Oriental Pearl Tower, the Shanghai Tower, the World Financial Center, and Jin Mao Tower.
2. Tianzifang: Shanghai's typical alley with the local flavor, also a fashionable landmark. There are boutiques everywhere, so visitors can buy art and handicrafts, or just look at traditional buildings.
3. Nanjing Road Pedestrian Street: The bustling commercial street of Shanghai. It's a shopping district where famous products gather, the night here is colorful.
4. Yu Garden & Chenghuang Temple: It's an area including a private garden and a Taoist temple in the Ming Dynasty. For tourists visiting Shanghai for the first time, Yu Garden & Chenghuang Temple area is the first window to fully appreciate Shanghai's history, culture and customs, as well as taste the authentic Shanghai snacks.
5. Shanghai Museum: Contains the history of ancient China, old coins, priceless paintings and ceramics, finely carved traditional lacquer furniture, and ancient bronzes and jade.
6. Zhujiajiao Ancient Town: Located on the outskirts of Shanghai, it is one of the most well-preserved water villages in the area, despite its 1700 years of history. Tourists must take a cruise, rowing under 35 ancient stone bridges, which are lined with old-fashioned houses.
7. Oriental Pearl Tower: Shanghai's iconic building stands on the banks of the Huangpu River in Pudong New Area. It is 468 meters high and is the tallest building built in the early 1990s.
8. Xintiandi: Based on the transformation of Shanghai's unique Shikumen old building area, it is an urban tourist attraction with Shanghai's historical and cultural features and the integration of Chinese and Western culture.
9. 1933 Laochangfang: It is a unique creative park transformed from a slaughterhouse, where drama performances and fashion shows are often held. It is an art gathering place.
10. China Art Palace: It used to be the China National Pavilion at the Shanghai World Expo. It has a collection of more than 8,000 pieces and a large collection of paintings by famous painters. The most interesting thing is the treasure of the collections - the multimedia version of "Ascending the river on Qingming Festival".