城隍庙 (Cheng Huang Miao)
豫园 (Yu Yuan)
Cheng Huang Miao or Shanghai’s City God Temple is probably the most famous temple of Shanghai. It’s surrounded by severals blocks of traditional buildings and next to it, you can find the also famous Yu Garden
陆家嘴 (Lu Jia Zui)
The Financial District of Shanghai, Lu Jia Zui, never stops grow new buildings higher and higher. From the Shanghai Tower (632m), you can observe the Shanghai World Financial Center (492m) also called the “bottle opener” and the once the tallest Jin Mao Tower (383m). The oriental pearl TV tower (468m) is still the iconic figure of Shanghai.
田子坊 (Tian Zi Fang)
新天地 (Xin Tian Di)
中共一大会址 (Site of the First National Congress of the Communist Party)
At Tian Zi Fang, lost yourself in the small alleys of typical Shanghai and enjoy the traditional and not that traditional street food. There are a lot of artist shops for baby’s clothes, combs, scissor shops, etc. You never know it’s a gallery or a restaurant.
Xin Tian Di is an area with rebuilt old alley style Shanghai with cool bars and restaurants. It know as an expats’ favorite. You find also in this area the site of the first national congress of the communist party. That’s the beginning of a new China’s.
世博园 (Universal exposition park)
中华艺术宫 (China Art Museum)
After the 2010 Shanghai universal exposition, the city kept several buildings and turn them into a park. The most famous one is the China Art Museum, the China Pavillon during the EXPO 2010.
南京路 (Nan Jing Road)
Started from People Square and ended at the Bund, This is the most touristique boulevard of Shanghai. You never know where to look between huge shopping centers on the side and all the traditional food companies offering hundreds of thousands kinds of snacks and street food.
玉佛寺 (Yu Fo Si, jade buddha temple
静安寺 (Jing An Si)
Besides Cheng Huang Miao, There are several other very famous temples in Shanghai. In the very center of the city, surrounded by huge shopping centers, Jing An Si is always a popular temple for its history. On the other hand, Yu Fo Si is famous for it’s jade buddha. After the visit, you can enjoy a simple meal of the temple.
外滩 (The Bund)
Another iconic place of Shanghai, The Bund, where you can have, behind you, the Exotic building clusters which shows the old Shanghai when it’s occupied by several foreign countries ; and in front of you, on the other side of Huang Pu River, the Financial District of Shanghai with the world's second tallest building.
黄浦江游船 (Huangpu River Cruise)
The best way to enjoy the scenery along Huangpu River, it’s nothing better than a cruise. Especially at night, you will understand the meaning of the never - sleep Shanghai.
朱家角 (Zhu Jia Jiao)
You won’t believe that in the city of some hundreds of meters high buildings, there is a 1700 year-old town surrounded by several rivers crossing by stone bridges. Of course, there are plenty of local food that you can enjoy in a wooden structured restaurant next to the river or wondering in the small alleys.
Opened in 2016, the biggest Disneyland is here in Shanghai with new technologies to make miracles. You get vegan options in several restaurants inside with carrots cut in Mickey shape.