Landmarks in Shanghai



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  • What's the most populous city in China and the World got to offer in the way of Landmarks? You name it, Shanghai has got everything. This Chinese mega city hosts an array of architectural wonders, both modern and historic, with landmarks dotting the port and the urban center. Exerting influence financially, cultural, artistically and more, Shanghai is a world-class city with an international reputation and the landmarks to prove it.

    The most famous landmark in Shanghai is the Bund, which is a boardwalk along the Puxi side of the Huangpu River, with an amazing view of Pudong across the water. Famous for the view of the rising sky scrapers, you'll see the old and new on either side of the river.

    Yu Gardens, once the center of old Shanghai, is not a tourist attraction that features shopping, a garden, a pond and tons of souvenir shops. TaiKang Road offers a pleasnt view of the Shanghai hutong, and has shops, restaurants and bars to offer passing tourists.

    The Oriental Pearl TV Tower is the icon of Shanghai, while Jin Mao Tower is the most famous modern super structure within China for its once dominant height. Nan Pu Bridge has recently become a new icon of Shanghai's growth, this winding bridge is a fun view from on high.

    The BUND

    Zhongshan South Road & Nanjing Road

    Stake a boardwalk stroll along the Huangpu River, one of Shanghai's most famous sites... read more

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    Yu Gardens

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    Zhongshan South Road & Renmen Road

    Ming Dynasty gardens with a modern souvenir shopping mall surrounding the main pond... read more

    Huangpu River

    1 Zhongshan Dong Lu

    Shanghai's shipping artery... read more

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    Oriental Pearl TV Tower

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    1 Shiji Dadao
    Lu Jia Zui Road

    Shanghai's most famous landmark, the 1995 TV tower overlooking the Bund... read more

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    Jin Mao Tower

    88 Century Boulevard

    An amazing piece of modern architecture... read more

    Nanjing Road

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    Nanjing Central Road

    Shanghai's only pedestrian walkway, lined with some of the biggest names in fashion, sports and eats... read more

    Jade Buddha Temple

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    Anyuan Lu 170
    Putuo (northwest Shanghai, west of Jiangning Lu, 6 long blocks north of Beijing Xi Lu)

    China's most renowned Buddhist Temple has survived since 1918... read more

    TaiKang Road

    TaiKang Road
    Tai Kang Lu

    Explore this converted old-style village full of classy restaurants, bars, and artistic shops... read more

    People's Square

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    Ren Min Street

    Shanghai's bustling city square, the heartbeat of modern China... read more

    Nan Pu Bridge

    1410 External Avenue

    Spectacular architectural accomplishment... read more
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