1

Lujiazui Financial Zone

Located in Pudong New Area just across the Bund, Lujiazui is one of the locale's four economic districts. Visit Oriental Pearl Tower, Jin Mao Tower and Shanghai World Financial Centre in Lujiazui.

2

The Bund

This famous waterfront has been regarded as Shanghai's iconic symbol for centuries. Located on the west bank of Huangpu River, the Bund travels a winding 1,500 metres. Along the side of the Bund are buildings of various architectural styles including Gothic, Baroque, Romanesque, Classicism and Renaissance. Let Banyan Tree Shanghai On The Bund escort you to the waterfront landmark by London Taxi.

3

Xintiandi And Huaihai Road

Shanghai's Xintiandi is an urban attraction holding the historical and cultural legacies of the city. Located in Huaihaizhonglu, Xintiandi is a fashionable walking street featuring Shikumen and modern architectural styles.

4

Yu Garden And Chenghuangmiao

Yu Garden is considered one of China's finest gardens. A key historical monument protected by the state, Yu Garden is a veritable jungle of architectural structures. It was praised during ancient times as Southeast China's best garden. Chenghuangmiao, literally translated as City God Temple is located next to Yu Garden and is today known as Yu Garden Market. Chenghuangmiao was built during the Ming Dynasty in the 15th century and features some of Shanghai's best dining experiences.

5

Nanjing Road

Nanjing Road showcases some of the best Shanghainese shopping to be found and is often hailed as China's Number One Commercial Street because of its reputation as a business hub. Beginning in the eastern Bund, Nanjing Road extends to Xizang Middle Road in the west.

6

Old Millfun 1933

Old Millfun 1933 sits in the historic Hongkou District and was built at the turn of the century in a vibrant urban landscape. Its past is romantically macabre – prior to its current resurrection as a creative industry park, 1933 was an abattoir and factory unit dating back to the 1930s.

7

Jade Temple

Jade Buddha Temple is one of Shanghai's must-see attractions. It was first built in 1882 in Jiangwan, on the southern outskirts of Shanghai. Jade Buddha Temple is famous for its architectural design from the Song Dynasty but more importantly, the valuable Buddhist teachings that lie within the Buddhist scriptures and figures around the temple.