Shanghai Travel Guide

by vikash on April 18, 2013

Hu for short, Shanghai is one of the renowned international metropolises of the world and drawing more and more attention from all over the world. It is situated on the bank of the River Yangtze which serves as the most influential financial, economical, cultural, international trade, science and technology centers of East China. It is a very famous destination for the tourist for sensing the pulsating development of the country of China.

In addition to the modern look and feel of the city, it has also been endowed with the unique glamor. You can find the perfect blend of culture, tradition, modern, western and oriental.  Old Shikumen and New skyscrapers draw the skyline of this city. Chinese and western traditions are intertwined and thus forming the culture of Shanghai and make the visitors stay here very memorable.
You can enjoy the fascinating view of Shanghai through the extensive walkway of the riverfront on the bank of this river especially at the night time. You can easily get boats which frequently depart from Shiliupu Pier to the south of the Bund and this journey takes approximate three hour’s time.

You can see the glistening waters of the river Huangpu and enjoy the incredible view of the historic architectures. You can also enjoy the modern sky scrapers and experience the local people’s life by doing Tai Chi or playing the game Chinese checker at the park. You can also look into the promenade which has an amazing architecture which has the styles ranging from Neo-Renaissance, Classic, French Baroque and Art Nouveau. The history of this place also backs to when the British established their trade and banks houses and also created a European style landscape in that area. During the War of Chinese Civil, financial investors had relocated and now days it has evolved as a Shanghai’s financial district and home for many companies related to finance in last two decades.

 

 

Hu for short, Shanghai is one of the renowned international metropolises of the world and drawing more and more attention from all over the world. It is situated on the bank of the River Yangtze which serves as the most influential financial, economical, cultural, international trade, science and technology centers of East China. It is a very famous destination for the tourist for sensing the pulsating development of the country of China.

In addition to the modern look and feel of the city, it has also been endowed with the unique glamor. You can find the perfect blend of culture, tradition, modern, western and oriental.  Old Shikumen and New skyscrapers draw the skyline of this city. Chinese and western traditions are intertwined and thus forming the culture of Shanghai and make the visitors stay here very memorable.
You can enjoy the fascinating view of Shanghai through the extensive walkway of the riverfront on the bank of this river especially at the night time. You can easily get boats which frequently depart from Shiliupu Pier to the south of the Bund and this journey takes approximate three hour’s time.

You can see the glistening waters of the river Huangpu and enjoy the incredible view of the historic architectures. You can also enjoy the modern sky scrapers and experience the local people’s life by doing Tai Chi or playing the game Chinese checker at the park. You can also look into the promenade which has an amazing architecture which has the styles ranging from Neo-Renaissance, Classic, French Baroque and Art Nouveau. The history of this place also backs to when the British established their trade and banks houses and also created a European style landscape in that area. During the War of Chinese Civil, financial investors had relocated and now days it has evolved as a Shanghai’s financial district and home for many companies related to finance in last two decades.

 

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