Shanghai a major world metropolis for years it is a trendy city, a jewel of progress. This is the place to see from a modern skyscraper to a humble food cart that will blowup your senses, this city have it all and we are sure you don’t want to miss it
Well connected city
Connections and destinations to various spots near and far across the globe. Arrival may take place at Pudong or Hongqiao airport, both major operations with connections the metro, buses and maglev trains. One can move just as easily into town as outside of it, as many buses and trains depart the airport for other major cities in the area.
Classic Waterfront: The Bund
This is certainly the city’s foremost attraction. It is a riverwalk area upon which the ancient town began and now it is the who’s who of Shanghai. One can find many historic hotels, colonial trade buildings and the nighttime display is electric with the light shows taking place on the skyscrapers. A Huangpu River cruise is considered the best way to enjoy the world famous display.
The Trendy Neighborhood: Pudong
This is the heart of traffic and pedestrian intersections in the trending part of Shanghai. One will find ample elevated walkways connecting the IFC mall, skyscrapers with luxury hotels on the top floors and a bevy of culinary offerings. This is a great spot people watching as the crowds ebb and flow all day.
Places for fun: Xin Tian Di
This neighborhood is always full of tourists and locals since it is the biggest hotspot and a trendy place for cuisine, nightclubs, botiques and overall entertainment for the in style crowd.
The Old Town: Huangpu District
It makes for a pleasant place to stroll and behold traditional architecture that was the heart of booming commerce in the crucial development days of the city as a trading post. Nowadays there is still lots of commercial activity, curious displays and even sideshows as tourists flock to the area to snap photos, buy teas and behold attractions like, the City God temple, gardens and pools and decorative stone arches in Yu Yuan Garden.
The Pedestrian market street: Nanjing Road
This pedestrian avenue connects the Bund with the centrally located people’s square. It is the heart of the city’s major brand shopping. It is more elegant than a street market, but don’t be surprised if people try and approach you selling all sorts of things.