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Shanghai is referred to as the engine of China's future and the liveliest city in the fastest changing nation in the world. Shanghai is an exciting ever-changing metropolis that dazzles visitors with its changing cityscape and never-ending verve, inviting millions with promises of glamour, opportunity and reinvention. Shanghai offers a European style city and is the place where China first met the West and is enamoured with the latest fashions, fads and technology.
What to see in Shanghai
|Nanjing Road |
This is the most popular and largest shopping street in China. It's separated into two different areas, which are Nanjing Road East and Nanjing Road West. While it's recommended that you experience both, if you only have time for one, choose Nanjing Road East. It's easier to navigate and a little more laidback since it's only for pedestrians. Regardless of which area you choose to visit, you will find excellent bargain shopping opportunities.
|Shanghai Museum |
This is one of the most unique buildings in the world. Just staring at it from the outside is an event in itself. Many people walk around the building to see the different angles for hours and that’s enough for them. They never enter the museum. If you do choose to enter the museum, you will see a lot of Chinese antiques and artifacts.
|Shanghai Ocean Aquarium |
The Shanghai Ocean Aquarium offers many of the same features you would find at most other top-tier aquariums. However, you will also find the largest underwater tunnel in the world as well as an Oranda goldfish named Bruce that is over 43 cm long. The former is fun to navigate, especially since you're walking below sea creatures; the latter is named after Bruce Lee.