Nan Jing Road
It was catapulted to fame in the 1920’s and today is known as the “NO.1 Street of China”.
It is flanked by hundreds of boutique shops housed in beautiful buildings and also attracts a large contingent of nightlife enthusiasts.
Oriental Pearl TV Tower
At 468m the world’ 3rd tallest TV tower, with views across the city and Yangtze River plus shops, restaurants, a hotel & the Shanghai Municipal History Museum.
Established in 1577, Yu Garden is a maze of classical Ming & Qing dynasty pavilions, rock gardens, surrounded by a lively bazaar.
Chinese bronze, ceramics, painting and calligraphy with 11 galleries and 3 exhibition halls covering 328,000m2.
Shanghai World Financial Centre
It is located in the center of the Lujiazui Financial Zone. With 101 floors above ground level and soaring to a height of 492m, its superb urban facilities including world's highest observatory, sophisticated retail space and elegant conference facilities and a five-star luxury hotel.
One Day Tour to Water Town in Shanghai
Zhujiajiao-a typical southern China town
Water has earned this 1700-plus-year-old typical southern China town the name “Venice of Shanghai”.
Streets flanked by myriad homes of Ming and Qing style stretch along crisscrossing waterways spanned by graceful arching bridges. Tourists can visit Ke Zhi Garden, North Street, Traditional Workshop and boat on the rivers.