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  • Shanghai Museum

    Shanghai Museum

    Shanghai Museum is one of best museums in the world. It houses over 120,000 historical and artistic treasures. Bronze ware, ceramics, calligraphy, Chinese painting and other art works make the museum a display of the splendid Chinese culture. Read more>>
  • Bund


    The Bund features a one-mile strip of historic riverfront buildings, one of the most recognizable architectural symbols of Shanghai. Besides, the Bund Sightseeing Tunnel will give you a fascinating trip right under the Huangpu River. Read more>>
  • Jade Buddha Temple

    Jade Buddha Temple

    The Jade Buddha Temple highlights two jade Buddha statues which had been brought from Burma by a monk named Huigen. Moreover, the old-time and classical architectural style makes the temple unique and well worth a visit. Read more>>
  • Yu Garden

    Yu Garden

    Yu Garden is a classical garden constructed in the Ming Dynasty. The pavilions, halls, rockeries, and ponds in the garden all bear unique characteristics. The gingko tree in the garden was said to be planted by the first owner of the garden about 400 years ago. Read more>>
  • Shanghai World Financial Center

    Shanghai World Financial Center

    Shanghai World Financial Center, commonly known as Bottle Opener, is a super tall skyscraper located in the center of Lujiazui Finance & Trade Zone in Pudong district of Shanghai. Completed in August 28, 2008, it is now the second tallest skyscraper in mainland China only after Shanghai Tower (till ... Read more>>
  • Shanghai Zoo

    Shanghai Zoo

    If you want to see pandas, golden-haired monkeys and South China Tigers in Shanghai, of course, the Shanghai Zoo is a good choice. Located in southwest downtown, Shanghai Zoo is a comprehensive park combining zoo, landscape gardens and amusement activities. Read more>>
  • Nanxun Village

    Nanxun Village

    Nanxun Village is a traditional Chinese town with arched bridges, canals, narrow lanes and ancient houses. The constructions and buildings in Nanxun are amazingly well-preserved the ancient styles. Read more>>
  • Tongli Village

    Tongli Village

    Tongli Village is one of several towns on the outskirts of Suzhou known as Little Venice. Located along the bank of Tai Lake, Tongli ancient town has been listed as one of world’s Cultural Heritage. Read more>>
  • Zhouzhuang Village

    Zhouzhuang Village

    Zhouzhuang is a famous Chinese water town surrounded by lakes on its four sides. The town is not far from Shanghai, and it features lots of ancient constructions built in the Ming and Qing Dynasties. Read more>>
  • Shanghai Jewish Refugees Museum

    Shanghai Jewish Refugees Museum

    Shanghai Jewish Refugees Museum was built by Russian Jews in the late 1920s in Hongkou District. Through collections of photographs and written documents, the museum shows a history Shanghai people helped the Jewish refugees from Europe. Read more>>
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