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The Bund

The Bund is a symbol of Shanghai and used to be the concession area of western countries. Its architectural style is both historical and exotic. Now, the Bund is a place full of artistic atmosphere.

You may take Metro Line 3 or 4 from West Yan’an Road Station to Zhongshan Park Station and transfer to Metro Line 2 to get off at East Nanjing Road Station.

Yuyuan Garden

Yuyuan Garden is a famous classical garden built in Ming Dynasty. It is the only ancient garden located in the city center of Shanghai. The temple there attracts thousands of Chinese and foreign tourists.

You may take Metro Line 10 to get off at Yuyuan Garden Station.

Lujiazui Business Center

Lujiazui is not only the main business center but also the famous modern tourism spot in Shanghai. There are numerous high-rise buildings such as Oriental Pearl TV Tower, Shanghai Center, Shanghai World Financial Center and Jinmao Tower.

You may take Metro Line 3 or 4 from West Yan’an Road Station to Zhongshan Park Station and transfer to Metro Line 2 to get off at Lujiazui Station.

Nanjing Road Pedestrian Walkway

Nanjing Road Pedestrian Walkway, famed as “No. 1 Street in China”, is an epitome of Shanghai 's history and culture. The 1,033-m long Pedestrian Walkway lies between the Bund and the People's Square. It has been the shopping center of Shanghai since 1920s.

You may take Metro Line 2 to get off at East Nanjing Road Station or People Square Station.

Qipu Road

Qipu Road is currently the biggest clothing and fabric wholesale market in Shanghai. Since it was established in 1990s, Qipu Road attracts thousands of Chinese and foreign tourists to shop here. Because of the low price, Qipu Road also has the English nickname ‘Cheap Road’ among foreigners.

You may take Metro Line 10 to get off at Tiantong Road Station.

Tianzifang

Tianzifang is the most famous creative industries center in Shanghai. There are many small creative shops.

You can take Metro Line 3 or 4 to Yishan Road Station to transfer to Metro Line 9 to get off at Dapu Road Station.