Here are the top 3 must-visit tourist sites that you shouldn’t miss on your Shanghai Tours
Walking down The Bund is one of the must-do activities for any tourist to Shanghai. On the west bank of the Huangpu River, the Bund is one of Shanghai’s most well-known tourist attractions. The Bund is surrounded by historic structures that exhibit a variety of architectural styles, including Gothic, Romanesque, and Renaissance architecture. It contrasts the east side of the river, where the skyline is full of incredible buildings that reach staggering heights into the sky.
Yuyuan Garden was founded in the Ming Dynasty by Pan Yunduan, the governor of Sichuan, and afterward greatly extended. Yuyuan Garden was regarded as Southeast China’s best garden. It has a 400-year history, having been founded by Pan Yunduan with the intention of bringing happiness and pleasure to his parents and siblings.
The Shanghai Disney land, which opened in June 2016, is China’s first Disney theme park. The resort’s vibrant décor and cutting-edge technology make it one of China’s most popular locations for couples and families. Almost every Disney animation figure can be spotted at the resort. When paired with light and shadow effects, they become even more beautiful.
In 2006, the Shanghai Tower’s design was finalized. The building was completed in 2014. Since January 2017, it has been available to tourists. The Shanghai Tower is the largest skyscraper in China and the second-highest in the world, standing at 632 meters (2,074 ft) above the earth.
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