The Bund – a very popular waterfront boulevard that runs along the Huangpu River in Shanghai and offers fantastic vantage points from which to photograph the Shanghai skyline.
Shanghai Word Financial Center and The Oriental Pearl Tower (Dōngfāng Míngzhūtǎ) also offers spectacular views over Shanghai from their glass floored observation decks. The radical architecture of both buildings has made them very famous landmarks. How about dining at a revolving restaurant at 267metres? Jin Mao Tower is another famous skyscraper worth a visit.
Jade Buddha Temple – one of the most famous Buddhist temples of Shanghai that contains gigantic jade statues of Buddha.
Yuyuan Garden or Yu Garden – Shanghai’s most famous park, situated in the city’s old town, Huangpu.
People’s Square – also contains a park and is situated in the middle of Shanghai and is a popular meeting place. There are plenty of stalls on the edge of the square where you can sample traditional fast food.