The Bund and Huangpu River
Huangpu River is the mother river of Shanghai which also divides the city into eastern and western parts and assembles the splendid attractions of this city. Bund is situated on the east bank of the Huangpu River and is a symbol of Shanghai. There are many finance and commercial houses and grand buildings are build in 1930s in European architecture style along the Bund. You can enjoy the night bright light adding happiness to the atmosphere there.
Nanjing Road is considered as the No. 1 commercial street of China. It has been a landmark for this city for a very long time. You can find more than 600 shops along the 5.5 km long Road and about 1.7 million people visit here each day. You can purchase everything that you want which span from special to cheap to luxury goods and world famous brands.
This garden is the largest ancient garden of Shanghai and having the architectural style of Ming and Qing Dynasty. The Garden has six areas and each one having its own style. The center of the garden is The Grand Rockery which is a very renowned sight. The City God Temple is situated near the garden where you can find a number of local snack shops scattered around.
Jae Buddha Temple
Jade Buddha Temple is one of the most famous Buddhist Temples in Shanghai. The White jade Buddhas were brought from Burma to here in the 19th Century. One is it is seated while the others are in the position of Sakyamuni recumbent which symbolizes the attainment of nirvana or enlightenment of Buddha. This temple also has the impressive images of the Heavenly Kings.
Xin Tian DI
Xin Tian Di is the best choice if you want to experience the cultural and historic atmosphere of the city. It is composed of Shikumen and modern architectural style and one of the hot and fashionable streets in the centre of the city. It stands for the leisurely and popular lifestyle of the new generation of the city. You can find a number of bars, cafes and romantic restaurants all over this place.