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Explore the wonders and experience the cultures of Shanghai with Banyan Tree Shanghai on the Bund

Shanghai is a city with amazing skyline views, and a melting pot of cultures in one metropolis. There’s always something to see, eat and do in this city.

 

1

The Bund


Once Asia’s “golden mile” of finance and commerce, the Bund now enjoys a renaissance with the colonial buildings filled with upscale emporiums and eateries. Quintessential Shanghai – best by night.

2

Oriental Pearl TV Tower


The Oriental Pearl Radio and TV is a TV tower in Shanghai. Its location at the tip of Lujiazui in the Pudong New Area by the side of Huangpu River, opposite The Bund, makes it a distinct landmark in the area. It is classified as an AAAAA scenic area by the China National Tourism Administration and a must-see attraction in Shanghai. 

3

Yu Garden & Bazaar


Established in 1577, Yu Garden is a maze of classical Ming and Qing Dynasty pavilions, rock gardens, arched bridges and sparkling ponds, surrounded by a lively bazaar

4

Xin Tian Di


Visit Shanghai’s trendiest and upscale pedestrian area. Traditional Shanghai grey-brick neighbourhood re-done by US architect Ben Wood provides international bars, shops, cafes and celebrity-owned restaurants.

5

Nanjing Road


China’s historic No.1 shopping street is the “Oxford Street of the East” and extends for over 5 kilometres from the Bund to Jing’an Temple. Shops are open from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m.

6

Jing’an Temple


Jing’an Temple on West Nanjing Road is one of the most famous temples in Shanghai. In 1983, it was put on the ? list for key national protection. The temple houses the largest jade Buddha in China and a copper bell from the Ming dynasty

7

Mid-Autumn Festival


The Mid-Autumn Festival is the traditional festival in China. On this day, families get together for a “reunion” and exchange mooncakes - a symbolic food that represents the “reunion” just like the full moon.

8

Chinese New Year


Chinese New Year starts with the New Moon on the first day of the new year and ends on the dull moon 15 days after. The 15th day of the new year is called the Lantern Festival, which is celebrated at night with lantern displays and children carrying lanterns in a parade. New Year’s Eve and New Year’s Day are celebrated as a family affair, a time of reunion and thanksgiving. The celebration was traditionally highlighted with a religious ceremony given in honor of Heaven and Earth, the gods of the household and the family ancestors.

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