From Shanghai Tower to the beautiful Yu Garden – everyone will be mesmerised by what this city has to offer! Xintiandi has been a Shanghai icon for more than a decade, proud shoppers and diners who appreciate excellent quality food will love indulging until their heart’s content in this upscale leisure complex.
The Yuyuan Gardens are a popular choice to visit and there’s plenty of reasons why. This serene location is surrounded by glistening waters filled with exotic fish and a flourish of fragrant blossoms and magnificent redwoods. To continue on a cultural journey, the Jade Buddha Temple is a definite must see. Built in 1918, this historic location is only one of a few Buddhist monasteries still active. It's key focus is the 1.9 metre high green jade Buddha with a beautiful Jingyi Pool full of Koi and colourful lotus blooms – it’s no wonder over 20,000 Chinese Buddhists still come to pay their respects.
For an exciting afternoon why not visit Shanghai’s Ocean Aquarium, or perhaps you’d rather buff your science and technology knowledge at the city’s museum. It goes without saying Shanghai is also host to numerous parks and gardens that are perfect for long strolls in.
From quirky galleries like M50 to beautiful architecture and rich history within the Shanghai World Financial Center and Qibao – there’s plenty to see. Another fabulous focal point of this great city is the Bund; a famous waterfront public walk lined with historic buildings.
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