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Tag: Things to do in shanghai
Things to do in shanghai
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Yu Garden Ticket
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Grab a ticket for Yu Garden and discover a place in Shanghai for those who love pockets of lush, green tranquility hidden away from the rush of the daily grind. This garden is one of the city’s best-loved green spaces, where you will feel a part of nature and history inside a classical Ming Dynasty garden with over 400 years of history. Wander through the well-preserved rockeries, pavilions, and bridges, all encircled by a never-ending dragon wall. Outside the Yu Garden, you’ll also find one of Shanghai’s most lively shopping bazaars, packed full of mouth-watering snacks and precious keepsakes to remember the city. We recommend some soft and juicy xiaolong bao (steamed soup dumplings) that locals love to eat day or night, and don’t forget to stop by the zig zag Nine-bend Bridge, a favorite place for some stunning photos with Yu Garden’s most picturesque backdrops.
Shanghai Tower Observation Deck Ticket
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Shanghai is a city defined by its skyline, and what better place to soak up the incredible urban sprawl and neon lights than the Shanghai Tower observation deck. Tucked amongst the skyscrapers of Shanghai’s Pudong financial district, the tower’s 118th floor observation deck gives awesome views of its surrounding architectural giants and seemingly-never ending cityscape, an unforgettable part of a trip to Shanghai.
Read Old Shanghai with a high tea at Wukang road and take Huangpu River Cruise to see the mordern city
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Shanghai is one of the most famous morder city in the world,mosst people come to Shanghai first see its skyscrapers,heavy traffic and busy people.Eevry city has its unique history and different side hidden in each corner of the city.Today,let’s discovery this city’s other side in different way.
Best of Shanghai Day Tour, Including Jade Buddha Temple and The Bund
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See all the main sites of Shanghai, ‘Paris of the Orient’. Your fully guided coach tour includes lunch as well as entry into the Jade Buddha Temple, Shanghai Museum, Bund and Bund History Museum, Yuyuan Garden, Shanghai Old Street, Fresh Water Pearl Gallery, a silk factory and Xin Tian Di, Shanghai’s entertainment district
Sleep No More Ticket
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Step into a dark and mysterious world of entertainment like you’ve never experienced before. Sleep No More has arrived in Shanghai, following productions in London, Boston, and New York. This performance is a telling of Shakespeare’s classic tragedy Macbeth, re-imagined in Shanghai in the 1930‘s. It’s an adventurous foray into the world of immersive theater, a phenomenon that sees audiences not just watch a show, but become participants who shape the story. Arrive at the fictional McKinnon Hotel and slip into the darkness to explore the hidden world of interactive performance spread across five floors. Move around freely at your own pace and choose what to do and where to go in your unique experience. The show plays out over three hours inside cinematically-detailed rooms, where different stories unfold through a darkly cinematic lens. This is a unique opportunity to experience immersive theater and a one-of-a-kind performance in Shanghai.
Moon Lake Sculpture Park Ticket
Shanghai Automobile Museum Ticket
Shanghai Haichang Ocean Park Ticket
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Shanghai Haichang Ocean Park is off the coast of east China sea, beside the Dripping Lake of Pudong New Area, a core tourism destination of Yangzi River Delta area, where seaport, airport, railway, highway and waterway are interconnected. This project covers an area of about 29.7 hectares, with an overall floorage of about 205,000 square meters, of which 147,000 square meters are above the ground.
Shanghai to Suzhou one day private tour
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Suzhou is one of the most famous polular tourist destination in China,even around the world.It is famous for its canals, stone bridges, pagodas, and meticulously designed gardens,today we will go to visit its gardens and take a boat on its canal together,to see how its traditional culture combin with morden life.
Shanghai World Financial Center Ticket
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Ascend the architectural marvel of the Shanghai World Financial Center and get a new perspective of Shanghai’s mystique. Known locally as the “Bottle Opener” due to its unique shape, the tower is the eighth tallest in the world and one of the iconic fixtures of the Pudong skyline. Learn some of Shanghai’s culture and history of development on the 97th floor deck before hopping up to the the 100th floor to get the best cityscape view. This long corridor of floor-to-ceiling glass gives stunning views day or night, and as you walk over the glass floor, dare to look down at the impressive urban sprawl below. You’ll even be able to peer over at the Oriental Pearl Tower and the Jin Mao Tower as you walk through the clouds. This is a quintessential Shanghai attraction that’s perfect to take in the whole city in one go, so don’t miss out.
Jin Mao Tower 88th Floor Observation Deck Ticket
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Shanghai is a city defined by its skyline, and what better place to soak up the incredible urban sprawl and neon lights than the Jin Mao Tower. Tucked amongst the skyscrapers of the Pudong financial district, the tower’s 88th floor observation deck gives awesome views of its surrounding architectural giants and seemingly-never ending cityscape, an unforgettable part of a trip to Shanghai. There’s even more in store at the Jin Mao Tower for the bravest of visitors in the form of an outdoor skywalk through the clouds!
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