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Sights and sounds of Shanghai

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Shanghai Essentials

Get down to earth

On this interesting and busy tour you start with a morning visit to the Jade Buddha Temple which is situated in the northwest near the intersection of Anyuan Lu and Jiangning Lu. This is a very active temple and attracts large numbers of visitors from all over the world. It is also popular with Chinese tourists as it is one of Shanghai’s few Buddhist temples.

Then visit the Yu Garden and Old Town Bazaar before having lunch at a Chinese restaurant followed by a walk along the famous Bund with its colonial architecture. The Bund, also called the Zhongshan Road, is the city's waterfront and has been regarded as the symbol of Shanghai for hundreds of years. Explore Xintiandi and the charming art district of Tianzifang and visit Shikumen Open House Museum in Xintiandi before returning to your hotel.

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Shanghai Essentials

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Shanghai Old & New

The ancient and modern

Visit the Shanghai Urban Planning Centre where you can see Shanghai’s past, present and future. This informative and interesting venue contains some amazing scale models depicting Shanghai at various points in its development. Then visit the Shanghai Museum, which is one of the best museums in China. Located in the centre of the city in People's Square, it contains one of the finest collections of ancient Chinese art and antiques.

After lunch at a Chinese restaurant visit the tallest building in China, the Shanghai World Financial Centre. Its unique rectangular opening at the top of the tower for wind tunnelling is an instantly recognisable landmark on the Shanghai skyline. Currently the third tallest building in the world, it has a very impressive observation deck located above the opening that offers a birds eye view of the city from the world’s highest observation deck.

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Shanghai Old & New