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Shanghai Travel Guide

As soon as somebody mentions Shanghai, these words may appear in your mind: prosperous, multicultural, modernized, fashionable, luxury goods, and interesting. Why is Shanghai so charming? Unlike Beijing or Xi’an, Shanghai can’t boast about its long history or splendid attractions. However, this cosmopolitan city has a perfect blend of traditional Chinese culture and colonial legacy. It’s also an unbelievable city that has undergone a fast economic expansion and has become China’s biggest city. In the daytime, it is a prosperous city that attracts worldwide businessmen to trade. When night descends, this city is decorated with numerous colorful lights and you can always feel the prosperous pulse of Shanghai. 

Yu Garden — A Forest in the Bustling Shanghai City

Yu Garden is a quiet classic garden in the rustling and bustling Shanghai city. “Yuyuan” means happiness garden in Chinese. It was built for the owner’s father to enjoy his peaceful late time of life, and so far it has a history of more than 400 years. Three Features of Yu Garden A forest in...
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Jinxi Ancient Water Town — Without Over Commercialization

An original ancient water town, Jinxi, has a history of over 2,500 years. Unlike other ancient towns in China, Jinxi is quieter and more unique. 238 rivers and residences from the Ming and Qing dynasties (1644-1912) make the town more historic and authentic. Taking a relaxed stroll to capture the sound of the streams or...
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The Bund — a Window of Shanghai, China, and Even the World

The Bund is regarded as a window of Shanghai that has witnessed historic changes in Shanghai and China. If you haven’t been to the Bund, it’s said that you haven’t really been to Shanghai. The Bund is a highlight of Shanghai, and the architecture there is the highlight of the Bund. The structures witnessed the whole process of a...
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Shanghai World Financial Center — a Financial Compass of the World

Located in Pudong, regarded as “a compass of Shanghai, China, Asia, and even the world“, the Shanghai World Financial Center is an information hub for the economy, cultural flow, and knowledgeable communication. Global players converge there to discover the freshest and most exciting financial information. The diverse functions of this skyscraper attract worldwide leaders and...
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Zhouzhuang Water Town — the Premier Water Town of China

Zhouzhuang Water Town is a small ancient town that was built in 1086. It is regarded as the “premier water town of China“. Its name originated from a devout Buddhist named Zhou Digong who donated part of his own land and built temples for people to worship Buddha in. To commemorate him, the village’s name...
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Zhujiajiao Ancient Town — an Exquisite Pastoral Ancient Chinese Town

Zhujiajiao Ancient Town is named as “one of the four famous cultural towns of China“. It has a history of more than 1,700 years and displays an atmosphere of a distinguished traditional Chinese pastoral lifestyle and profound cultural intensions. It is a small fan-shaped ancient town, which covers 47 square kilometers. Zhujiajiao Ancient Town seems...
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Shanghai — Top Facts You Should Know Before Visiting

As soon as somebody mentions Shanghai, these words may appear in your mind: prosperous, multicultural, modernized, fashionable, luxury goods, and interesting. Why is Shanghai so charming? Unlike Beijing or Xi’an, Shanghai can’t boast about its long history or splendid attractions. However, this cosmopolitan city has a perfect blend of traditional Chinese culture and colonial legacy....
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