Shanghai city landmarks
Shanghai city landmarks
Shanghai Zoo is the main zoo in Shanghai. It is one of the most important tourist attractions in Shanghai, China. The park occupies a very large area, up to 885,000 square metres. The park includes a group of different types of animals, amounting to 6000 species, as well as at least 600 rare and endangered animals.
The park also includes large green areas, with beautiful plants and trees, and paths for walking or jogging. At the Shanghai Zoo, the visitor enjoys seeing many wonderful animals such as: “giant pandas, south China tigers, golden monkeys, Manchurian tigers, kangaroos, penguins, sea lions, Yangtze crocodiles and many more. All this in addition to the giraffe, deer and other pets.
Oriental Pearl TV Tower
Oriental Pearl TV Tower, located in Pudong Park District, Shanghai. It is one of the most important tourist attractions of the city. With a height of about 468 meters, this tower is the second tallest television and radio tower in China. The tower has an impressive and surprising architectural and engineering design, which attracts many tourists.
The tower includes a number of halls, which will take you in the world of fantasy. It also has a revolving restaurant, which is the highest restaurant in China, to dine with an impressive view of the city. There is also the Shanghai Museum, which includes a collection of historical artifacts of the city, and perhaps the most important feature of the balloon room, which has no gravity!
Shanghai Ocean Aquarium
The Ocean Aquarium, is one of the largest ocean aquariums in the world, and this is what made it one of the important tourist destinations, which are frequented by tourists annually. The Ocean Aquarium consists of two buildings, one main and the other an extension in the form of a pyramid. This wonderful aquarium houses an exciting collection of marine exhibits, and an extensive souvenir shop.
The exhibition includes more than 300 species and 15,000 marine creatures, in addition to rare fish such as “leafed sea dragons, poison frogs, and imperial penguins.” This aquarium is the only one in China that works to protect endangered species such as the “giant salamander, Chinese sturgeon”.
The Bund is one of the most important and prominent tourist areas in Shanghai, which is very popular with locals and tourists. It is located on the western side of Huanpgu River. The building is surrounded by a group of antique old buildings, which show the diverse architecture of the different eras “Gothic, Roman and Renaissance”.
The most important feature of The Bund is the presence of skyscrapers, which are located on the eastern side of the Huangpu River. When the night comes, these tall skyscrapers are lit, and their light is reflected on The Bund to form a wonderful painting.
Shanghai Magnetic cable car “maglev train”
One of the most important tourist activities in Shanghai, which you must experience during your tourist vacation, is to ride the maglev train, the fastest train in the world. And that’s from Pudong Airport to the city center, in just eight minutes. Funicular, air-conditioned, very clean and magnetically elevated.It is one of the most beautiful experiences you can have in Shanghai.
Shanghai Glass Museum
The Shanghai Glass Museum is one of the important tourist attractions in the city, as it includes a distinguished collection of rare and unique cultural relics. The Shanghai Museum houses more than 120,000 relics, including 400 beautifully carved bronzes, ancient porcelains, statues, ancient coins, traditional carved wooden furniture, as well as distinctive paintings.
Jin Mao Tower
The most important feature of the Jin Mao Tower in Shanghai is the Heavenly Corridor, which was opened in 2016. It is one of the exciting tourist attractions within the city and is very popular among tourists.
And this heavenly passage is only a glass abyss without fences or bars. It is 60 meters long and 340 meters high. Seat belts are provided to visitors, as it is one of the hot spots in Shanghai, China. The tower also includes many distinctive restaurants and cafes, on the upper floors, that give you a panoramic view of the city.
Nanjing Street is located in the heart of Shanghai, and it is one of the city’s most famous and busiest commercial street, so it is considered one of the most important tourist attractions in Shanghai.
The street is lined with many theaters, modern stores, international hotels, great bands, and traditional Chinese restaurants. It also has a dedicated train to see the street’s notable historical and cultural stations.