Shanghai Travel Map by ShanghaiNet
Shanghai is located in the middle of the coast of eastern China, near the estuary of the Yangtze River. Shanghai is one of the earliest cities in China to open to the outside world and one of the world's metropolises.
From the perspective of the distribution of attractions, popular places are mainly concentrated in Huangpu District and Pudong New Area. Huangpu District is the most central area in Shanghai, with the most prosperous commercial area and the most upscale residential area. Pudong New Area was developed late, but Pudong is developing rapidly. In addition, the former French Concession area in Xuhui District also has many historical and cultural buildings.
Shanghai's culture is inclusive and diverse, and the flavors of all parts of the world gather here. Everything you want to eat can be found in Shanghai.
Huangpu, which has the most prosperous scenery in Shanghai, The Bund, Yu Garden, People's Square, Nanjing Road Pedestrian Street, etc.—these most prosperous places in Shanghai—all belong to Huangpu.
A walk on the Bund is the top priority for visiting Shanghai. Nanjing Road Pedestrian Street is known as "the first commercial street in China". People's Square and City God Temple will never lack popularity. Xintiandi, Sinan Mansion, Tianzifang, Shanghai Museum, International Hotel, etc., are also must-see places.
|Places to Visit||Features|
|The Bund||Historical place|
|Yu Garden||Classical garden|
|Nanjing Road Pedestrian Street||Shopping street|
|Shanghai Museum||Ancient Chinese art|
|People's Square||Heart of Shanghai|
|People's Park||Public park|
|Shanghai Old Street||Public market|
|Fairmont Peace Hotel||Historical building|
|Shanghai Grand Theatre||Theater|
|Fuxing Park||French style garden|
|Shanghai Natural History Museum||Museum|
|Shanghai Urban Planning Exhibition Center||Museum|
|Yuyuan Old Street||Historical buildings|
|Waibaidu Bridge||Historical building|
|Huangpu River||Yangtze River|
|Museum of Contemporary Art Shanghai||Art Museum|
|Madame Tussauds Shanghai||Wax museum|
|Shanghai History Museum||Museum|
|The Bund Finance Center||Art and cultural|
|Huaihai Road||Shopping street|
Pudong New Area is the youngest district in Shanghai and is named after its location east of the Huangpu River. In just a few decades, Pudong New Area has gone from an unpromising village to "the epitome of Shanghai's modernization" that has attracted worldwide attention.
There are many landmarks in Pudong New Area, including Lujiazui, World Expo Cultural Park, Zhangjiang Science and Technology City, Shanghai Disneyland, Haichang Ocean Park, Shanghai Planetarium, and Dishui Lake. The economic development of Pudong New Area is very rapid, and future development must be limitless.