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big bus tours shanghai
Huge open-top double decker tour buses are passing the most scenic parts of downtown Shanghai. The company offers participants to hop on and off at their favorite Shanghai destinations. Tours are available in a multitude of languages, showing it to be one of the most popular tourist services in the city.
a: room 1205, 515 Hankou Lu
t: +86 21 6351 5988
dontai lu antiques market
Dongtai Road Antique Market is about 200 meters long, gathering over 100 shops and stands of various sizes and features. At this outdoor flea market you can find many antiques and curios, though the authenticity of the antiques is doubtful.
a: Dongtai Lu
jade buddha temple
The Jade Buddha Temple is a Buddhist temple in Shanghai. It was founded in 1882 with two jade Buddha statues imported to Shanghai from Burma by sea.
a: 170 Anyuan Lu
t: +86 21 6266 3668
jim mao tower
The Jinmao Tower is the eighty-eight story skyscraper in Pudong's financial district, Lujiazui.
a: 88 Century Avenue
t: +86 21 5047 5101
oriental tv pearl tower
The Oriental Pearl Radio & TV Tower is a TV tower in Shanghai. The tower is brightly lit in different LED sequences at night.
a: 1 Century Avenue, near Lujiazui Huan Lu
shanghai art museum
The Shanghai Art Museum was an art museum in the city of Shanghai. In October 2012 the museum rebranded as the "China Art Museum, Shanghai" when it moved to the China pavilion at Expo 2010 on the former Shanghai Expo 2010 lands.
a: No. 325 Nanjing West Road, Shanghai
t: +86 400 921 9021
shanghai circus world
Fetchingly modern, Shanghai Circus World boasts a revolving stage, computer controlled lighting, mirrored cage and digital water curtain.
a: 2266 Gonghe Xin Lu
t: +86 21 5665 3646
As a museum of ancient Chinese art, Shanghai Museum possesses a collection of over 1000,000 objects, about 120,000 of which are precious national-graded works of art. Its rich and high-quality collection of ancient Chinese bronze, ceramics, painting and calligraphy is specially celebrated in the world.
a: Shanghai Museum, No. 201 Renmin Avenue, Shanghai
t: +86 21 6372 5300
south bund fabrick market
Home to hundereds of tailors and seamstresses, and it is the city's prime destination for bespoke clothing garments.
a: 399 Lujiabang Lu, near Nancang Jie
swfc observation deck
The SWFC is the 100 story skyscraper in Pudong's financial district, known affectionately as "the bottle opener". It owns that the tallest building in Shanghai for the time being (a taller tower is under construction across the street). The observation deck of the SWFS offers three different levels of view at varying prices
a: 100 Shiji Dadao
t: +86 21 6877 7878
taikang lu (tianzi fang)
Tianzifang is an arts and crafts enclave that has developed from a renovated residential area in the French Concession area of Shanghai. Tianzifang is known for small craft stores, coffee shops, trendy art studios and narrow alleys. It has become a popular tourist destination in Shanghai, and an example of preservation of local Shikumen architecture, with some similarities to Xintiandi.
a: Tianzifang, Lane 210 Taikang Lu
The Bund is a waterfront area in central Shanghai. The area runs along the western bank of the Huangpu River, facing Pudong, in the eastern part of Huangpu District. The Bund usually refers to the buildings and wharves on this section of the road, as well as some adjacent areas. It is one of the most famous tourist destinations in Shanghai. Building heights are restricted in this area
a: Zhongshan Dong Lu
three on the bund
This historical building hosts art galleries, events, restaurants, and luxury shopping, all while offering exquisite sights of the Bund
a: Three on the Bund 17 Guangdong Lu
Xintiandi is an affluent car-free shopping, eating and entertainment district of Shanghai. It is composed of an area of reconstituted traditional shikumen ("stone gate") houses on narrow alleys, some adjoining houses which now serve as book stores, cafes and restaurants, and shopping malls. It is considered one of the first lifestyle centers in China.
a: Huangpi Nan Lu
Tourist destination with markets selling everything from tea, antiques, Chinese seals, souvenirs and toys to everyday items and clothing. Toys, Christmas decorations and random weirdness can be found in two of the buidlings surrounding the main Yu Garden.
a: 137 Anren Jie
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