What’s going on everybody? Welcome back to another episode. This time, we’re checking out Shanghai, the biggest city in China. Lets go explore the top things to do and see while you’re there!
One of the most popular destinations in all of Shanghai is the Yu Gardens. The garden is built in the Old City and is meant as a space for poetry and meditation. Here, you can also find multiple pathways and hidden pavillions to explore.
Oriental Pearl TV Tower
Shanghai Oriental Pearl TV Tower is the 4th highest in Asia and the 6th highest tower in the world. If you can deal with heights and love great views, you can enjoy a beautiful dinner at the restaurant at the top. The basement of the building also hosts the Shanghai Municipal History Museum.
Nanjing Road is China’s most premier shopping street where fashion lovers come to visit and shop from across the world. Some of the luxury brands you can find on this street include Tiffany, Mont Blanc, Omega, and Dunhill.
The Waibaidu Bridge, which is called Garden Bridge in English, is also known as “Grandma’s Bridge” by the locals due to its rich history and age of over 100 years old. You’ve seen this bridge in many blockbuster movies and has become a distinct landmark in Shanghai’s iconic skyline.
Shanghai River Boat
A popular must-do is the Shanghai River Cruise over the Huangpu River, which is the largest river passing through the city and is also the main source of drinking water for Shanghai. Sit back, relax, and enjoy the views on the amazing river cruise!
Shanghai World Financial Center
The Shanghai World Financial Center is a supertall skyscraper that is dedicated to commerce and culture. The building has multiple uses including a vertical city with over 60 office floors, conference facilities, retail and dining spaces, and a five-star hotel at the top, which makes it the world’s highest hotel from the 79th to 93rd floors. Above the hotel, at the 100th floor, is an observatory with a glass floor for visitors to enjoy breathtaking views.
The Bund is a famous waterfront on the west bank of Huangpu River and is iconic to Shanghai. Here, you can experience the charm of Shanghai as a thriving metropolis as well as enjoy the century-old history of this amazing city.
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