The steel spheres of the Oriental Pearl TV Tower of Shanghai dominate the city skyline, 11km away. Travel to the rotating restaurant and sightseeing deck for high views of the Yangtze River, or browse the lower sphere's museum and futuristic space city.
Head for the neon lights to join the throng of shoppers at Wujiaochang on Crowne Plaza Shanghai Fudan's doorstep. An egg-shaped transparent roof covers the sunken Wanda Plaza where you'll discover tea houses, restaurants, bars and boutiques.
Cross a zigzag bridge to reach Huxinting Teahouse, with its large pavilion in the midst of an artificial lake, 10km from Crowne Plaza Shanghai Fudan. Tea connoisseurs will show you the age-old rituals of tea sampling as a woodwind band entertains.
Cascading waterfalls and trickling streams lead you to distinguished Chinese pavilions and classical structures guarded by mythical figures at Yuyuan Gardens, 20 minutes' drive away. Explore the rockeries, ponds and vibrant fauna in tranquil surroundings.
Strolling along the picturesque western bank of Huangpu River, 8km away, to admire The Bund's rich cluster of Gothic, Baroque and Art-Deco architecture. Pause at Sassoon House for toe-tapping live jazz and admire the ceiling mosaics at the HSBC Building.
East Zhongshan Road, shanghai, shanghai 200001
The Bund is one of the symbols of Shanghai.Located along the Huangpu River, the Bund shows off Shanghai’s outstanding foreign buildings, most of which were erected before 1937. To the Europeans, the Bund was Shanghai’s answer to Wall Street. In the 1930s, the string of buildings hosted the city's financial and commercial centers, and the world's greatest banks and trading empires established a base here.
South Xizang Road, Shanghai, Shanghai 200001
Shanghai People's Square is the largest public square, are financial and cultural, green and beautify the next century as a whole political culture.Central Square is 320 square meters circular fountain for three-nine-style sink. This is the first large-scale musical fountain dry, red, yellow and blue tri-color composition of the glass stage ring color to create a spectacular beauty, attractive new landscape.
N0. 128 Anren Street, Shanghai, Shanghai
Yu Garden, a classical garden in downtown Shanghai, boasts a history over 400 years. Each pavilion, hall, stone and stream in the garden is expressing the quintessence of South China landscape design from Ming and Qing Dynasty. Over forty spots, divided by dragon walls, wound corridors and beautiful flowers, form an unique picture featuring “one step, one beauty; every step, every beauty.”
No. 2345 Longyang Road, shanghai, shanghai 201204
SNIEC has 11 exhibition halls with 126500 square meters of indoor exhibition space and 100000 square meters of outdoor exhibition space. SNIEC plans to complete of all its facilities and reach full exhibition capacity by 2010. By then, the Center will contain 200,000 square meters of indoor floor area and 130,000 square meters of outdoor area. SNIEC is a multi-functional venue that also caters to a diverse range of both social and corporate events.