Shanghai attractions are plentiful (55 listed here) and varied. Beyond the Bund and Oriental Pearl Tower cityscapes there are a huge range of museums, colonial architecture, religious buildings, theatres, gardens, parks and shopping areas. The water towns of the Shanghai Delta, like Zhujiajiao, are well-worth getting out of the city to explore.
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Kind regards, WhitneyWhitney Liao replied on 2013-08-03
Hi Rashman, I would like to make a 3-day Shanghai tour for you. Please kindly let me know how many people are there in your group? There are Muslim or halal restaurants in Pudong area, no worry. Metro would be quite good if you don't like to take taxi. You can buy a bus card or pay in cash.Whitney Liao replied on 2013-07-11
Hi Sam, here are some places of interesting recommended: the Yuyuan Garden, the Bund, Jade Buddha Temple, Shanghai Urban Planning Exhibition Hall, Oriental Pearl TV Tower, Shanghai World Financial Center, Zhujiajiao Water Town, etc. If you need any tour service, please feel free to contact me.Whitney Liao replied on 2013-07-10
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- Chinese Name: 上海
- Chinese Pinyin: Shang hai
- Location: East of China
- Latitude: 31° 14' N
- Longitude: 121° 29' E
- Elevation: 4.5 M (15 FT)
- Area Code: 021
- Population: 19.2 million
- Time Zone: (UTC+8)