Jan 25, 2015 à 01:48 PM
Shanghai, the largest city and the most developed metropolis in Mainland China is actually a real form of megalomania. Not at all an illusion, it is a real land of glitzy skyscrapers, historical wonders and all the futuristic wonders that transport you to the land where time is yet to come. It made history when it attracted greatest number of visitors in 2010 World Expo. There are panoply of attractions in the city; stretching from Pudong, Huangpu River Rise to the Jin Mao Tower. But Shanghai’s heart sits in verdant, fresh People's Square that features the Shanghai Museum that features Chinese bronzes, ceramics and various other artifacts to keep you intrigued you for a lifetime. If seeking a respite, make way for French Concession and feast your eyes with elegant avenues and wander around the koi-filled ponds in utterly serene Yu Yuan Garden. Those having penchant for shopping can make a beeline for street entertainers, swanky shopping malls and traditional stores tempting you with silk, jade and porcelain. While food lovers will love Shanghai for its scrumptious offerings at places Old City and more.
Feb 13, 2015 à 08:03 PM
Nothing but a wonder, Shanghai captivates almost every visitor. China’s most populous city has converted its negative aspect into a useful resource. Today, it proudly calls itself the largest and one of the most developed cities in Mainland China. It has attained a breathtaking versatility. This city has the potential of multitasking – it can be a great corporate location and simultaneously make for a happy hunting ground for travellers of all pursuits. Shanghai’s obsession for shopping is contagious and literally leaves you craving for more. You cannot help but fall under the spell of magical places like Nanjing Lu, a three mile strip of indulgence where all the great shopping malls await with some of the finest outlets and boutiques. Then there are these famous tourist attractions such as Jinjiang Amusement Park, Shanghai City Beach and Shanghai Propaganda Poster where tourists from all walks life can have a whale of time. Talk about innovation and Shanghai will flash its most amazing facet. This city knows the art of innovation and it boasts this great art at many art galleries and entertainment destinations.
Dec 29, 2014 à 10:46 PM
Once a small fishing village and now the most fascinating masterpiece of modernism, Shanghai is one great destination that epitomizes the power of persistence & hard work. Nearly one-fourth of the world's construction cranes stand proudly in this city right near the glorious architectural remnants of the past. The city had the finest art, ultimate architecture, dance halls, shiny restaurants and brothels; it was the happy hunting ground for rich and the famous. During the '30s and '40s, this glorious city turned into pitiful state of raids and invasions. After the end of the war, there was three year civil war among Nationalists and Communists. The Communists won in 1949 and founded the People's Republic of China. The city’s industries suffered famine and drought, reform, and suppression from 1950 to 1980. In 1972, an historic meeting between Premier Zhou Enlai and U.S. President Richard Nixon changed everything. It was then the city was saw a sea change and emerged as the hub of the nation’s commercial renaissance and it again renewed as the land of hedonism and capitalism. It is a thriving tourist destination that catches the attention of travelers from all over the world.
Feb 03, 2015 à 12:35 PM
Much more than a business city, Shanghai is a cosmopolitan wonder of China. Boasting the most shimmering skyline, the city is a modern maze where tourists from all walks of life come and celebrate the futuristic wonders. Some get lost in overwhelming air around an amazing waterfront called Bund and delve into the fascinating colonial buildings. Some take delight in shimmering Pudong skyline formed with sparkling pinnacles of mega-structures. Shopaholics, on the other hand, wallow in never-ending offerings of a notable shopping district called Nanjing Lu. This glorious destination is highly revered and made its mark as one of the busiest shopping streets on planet earth. Shoppers vie for satiety and run after glittering malls, endless stores and boutiques. After a fulfilling round of retail therapy they enjoy a culinary treat in lavish hotels and scrumptious restaurants that abound this place. And for bigger food lovers, there are places like Old City, a quaint place brimming with never-ending street food vendors, antique markets and much more. In evening, enjoy a tea at those great tea shops that offer the finest teas in the city.
Jan 07, 2015 à 08:30 PM
Always pulsating and cosmopolitan than ever, Shanghai is a future. This is the place where mega-structures that form the glittering skyscrapers and quaint attractions for tourists including shoppers, food lovers, adventure freaks and even spiritual souls. The joys of immersing in Shanghai’s charisma stay for a last time. You cannot forget that paradoxical sight of elderly woman chopping vegetables outside her house then suddenly Prada-clad women catches your attention and makes you realize that Shanghai is also a city of affluence. They say, it is a heaven for the rich and hell for the poor. It has emerged as melting pot of wealth & poverty; modernism & conventionalism. Well-off people enjoy the delights of opulent places like Nanjing Lu that brims with shiny malls, traditional stores, classy boutiques of silk & porcelain. Rags, on the other hand find satisfaction in the charms of Old City. Modern splendour takes on a meaning at Pudong’s skyline and glorious places French Concession that sit in the middle of verdant streets with lavish boutiques while art deco buildings, Jesuit cathedrals, Jewish synagogues and Buddhist temples illustrates how beautiful the past was.
Feb 12, 2015 à 01:21 PM
Shanghai is mega-city that offers ultimate of hedonism; finest of modernity and the best of touristy experience. It caters to all kinds of travelers, ranging from shoppers, food lovers, business travelers to spiritual lovers. People in Shanghai are high on retail therapy and they have made all arrangements to deal with this obsession. Almost everyone in the city fall in head over heels in love with a Mecca called Nanjing Lu. This three mile strip has everything what shopaholics can ask for. There are shimmering malls replete with world’s most fantastic brands; traditional stores brimming with time-honored stuff and infinite vendors selling silk & porcelain. One of the key attractions includes the French Concession that exudes awe-inspiring air and feasts your eyes with lush streets dotted with luxury boutiques, antique shops and classy cafes. Party lovers, on the other hand, are assured of delightful time at gleaming places like Pudong. They can shake a leg at great lounges where best DJ’s s in the world play their best numbers or wallow in live music concerts or enjoy a breathtaking Opera at Kun Opera House.
Dec 05, 2014 à 11:53 AM
With a modern flair and man-made splendour, Shanghai is a land of future. It gives you an unforgettable taste of city’s sheer modernity and a sense of the never-ending vigour that keeps the city running. Money and progress seem the essence of Shanghai but it is far more than a business city. At the same time, it is a Mecca for tourists. Shoppers fall in love with Nanjing Lu’s awe-inspiring elan and all those shiny malls, infinite department stores, lavish hotels & uber-cool restaurants that grace the city. It is renowned as one of the world’s busiest shopping streets that ensure satiety to true-blue shoppers. There are countless malls, department stores, hotels and restaurants. This city has an amazing flavour that leaves you craving for more. Tourists can also feast eyes on a famous waterfront, Bund that captivates with beguiling colonial buildings in addition to the dazzling skyscrapers that make for the skyline of Pudong. Be it eating or shopping, you are sure to have a gala time in this enticing city of China.
Feb 07, 2015 à 10:41 AM
Make a beeline for Shanghai for basking in Asia’s ultimate modernistic city. This glorious city has made it mark as one of the largest & the most developed cities in Mainland China. With a remarkable history of ups and downs, the city has now merged as one of the biggest metropolis with mega structures, glamorous malls, plush hotels in addition to countless options for entertainment and shopping opportunities. Tourists from all walks of life make way for Shanghai for wallowing in its unparalleled charms. True blue shoppers, party lovers, spiritual souls and even backpackers throng to Shanghai. They are offered by plethora of options at glorious places like Pudong that stands as a class apart and features the most amazing skylines in the world. Then there is a famous shopping district called Nanjing Lu that makes for a Mecca for indulging in the ultimate of retail therapy. It is a highly revered destination brimming with gigantic malls, endless stores, boutiques and much more. Food lovers, on the other hand can tour Old City and relish the delicious food served in great restaurants.
Dec 25, 2014 à 06:10 AM
Shanghai is a wonder that never fails to assail your senses. It moves at extremely fast pace and sweeps you along for the rollercoaster ride. If you are planning to immerse into the glorious masses on the waterfront, wallowing into city’s pulsating and highly innovative arts scene, it’s hard to escape from the eternal charm. This is where sky-kissing corporate towers shine together with sepia-tinted remnants of the 1920s and 1930s.It is at the pinnacle where all other Chinese cities aim to reach. It is extremely fast-paced and growing at an extraordinary rate. For tourists, it is a happy hunting ground where they can have a whale of time. You can applaud the beauty of Bund, the metropolis’ popular waterfront brushed up with colonial buildings. Or catch sight of the Huangpu River with sparkling mega-structures that now cluster the skyline of Pudong. Retail therapy can also be experienced at Nanjing Lu that shines as one of the busiest shopping streets in the world. It is a 3.5 mile strip dotted with malls, shopping outlets, hotels in addition to plush restaurants.
Dec 06, 2014 à 11:49 PM
Shanghai is one of the largest and the most developed cities in Mainland China. During the 1930s, it was the largest metropolis in the Far East and saw major catastrophic events. Then again after twenty years, it emerged as one of the most attractive cities for travelers from all over the globe. It took the world by storm when it hosted the 2010 World Expo and made a record for attracting the greatest number of visitors in the history. It is split in two parts by the Huangpu River and Pudong, East of the river. There are countless attractions on the both sides. Ranging from Pudong's shimmering skyline above the Huangpu River Rise to the Jin Mao Tower, every place has its own charm. The city’s heart lies in verdant and lush People's Square that feature the Shanghai Museum housing Chinese bronzes, awe-inspiring ceramics, silk scroll paintings and much more. Get an hiatus from the ever bustling city by wandering around the French Concession's exquisite avenues and mulling about the beauty of koi-filled ponds in tranquil Yu Yuan Garden. Retail therapy can be best enjoyed at three-mile strip of Nanjing Lu.
Feb 06, 2015 à 11:52 PM
As the largest city in China and an economic, commercial and financial center, Shanghai is vital to the country's future. No other city in the country is more vibrant and fascinating or has such a unique colonial past.Shanghai is the largest Chinese city by population and the largest city proper by population in the world. It is one of the four direct-controlled municipalities of the People's Republic of China, with a population of more than 24 million as of 2013. It is a global financial center, and a transport hub with the world's busiest container port. Located in the Yangtze River Delta inEast China, Shanghai sits on the south edge of the mouth of the Yangtze in the middle portion of the Chinese coast. The British, French, Americans, Germans, and Russians moved in, setting up their distinct Western-style banks, trading houses, and mansions, leaving a permanent architectural legacy. The city flourished as a cosmopolitan and thriving commercial and financial center, Shanghai is China's most populous city and the largest city proper in the entire world. It's both a major financial center and a global city. The population of Shanghai is now estimated at 23.9 million in 2013, up from its 2012 population of 23,710,000. The city ranks first in China and the world in terms of population, and it has a population density of 3,700 people per square kilometer, or 9,700 people per square mile. Shanghai has been one of the fastest developing cities in the world for the last twenty years, with double-digit growth nearly every year since 1992, except during the global recession of 2008-2009. The number of resident population in Shanghai exceeded 24.15 million by the end of last year, which is 347,200 more than in 2012, official statistics show. The number of migrant residents increased by 297,700 compared with 2012, accounting for 85.7 percent of the total increased population, but the growth has slowed compared with previous years.The average life expectancy of the city's residents with a permanent residency permit reached 82.47, the statistics show. People of different minority nationalities are scattering all over Shanghai. Getting along well with people of Han nationality during the hundreds of years of developing process of Shanghai, they have made their lives better and better by the sweat of their brow, and with the help of these respectable people’s profound intelligence and wisdom, Shanghai has been made one of the most developed district of China, a merry land with rich history and culture and an oriental bright pearl standing erectly in eastern Asia.
Feb 16, 2015 à 06:28 AM
Sincere Company ). On Nanjing Road Pedestrian Street there are trolleys which circles for tourists to ride on. Tourists Nanjing Road employs a astonishing span of 5.5 kilometers. It's further is separated into two parts, namely Nanjing Rd. (E) and Nanjing Rd. (W), with the Xizang Rd. (M) as the bountry line. Nanjing Road, in the eyes of Shanghai locals and contemporaries , minimally refers to the Nanjing Rd. (E). In 1999, the brand new and innovative 1,033-meter-long Nanjing Road Pedestrian Street was finished and completed also at the Nanjing Rd. (E) section. Now the pedestrian street has turn out to be the most welcomed mercantile and commercial area around Shanghai and the most celebrated and renowned amongst the thousands of pedestrian lane and streets in China. Nanjing Road is also of historical implication, playing an significant role in the growth and development of the city. Following the Opium War (1839-1842), Shanghai became a treaty port. And the Nanjing Road was the chief road to reach the Bund, so it was considerd very important. The road was first a British special consideration, then was the International Settlement. Numerous prominent companies established and recognised by Chinese businessmen later nestled their stores and shops at the light-hearted and byuont Nanjing Road, for instance, Wing On Department Store and East Asia Hotel (developed from can walk along Nanjing Road for 5 to 10 minutes and reach the Bund. Shanghai has been called as the "Paris of the Orient" and now is renowned as China's nightlife capital. So one can envision and envisage how prosperous Shanghai amusement can be. An assorted, international strain in the nightlife landscape makes it very hospitable to tourists and outsiders. Bars and clubs seem to be ubiquitously spread, and pop up with enlarged regularity inXintiandi area and along the Bund, Nanjing Road and Huaihai Road.