Shanghai: The Paris of the East
Located on the east coast of China, Shanghai is a modern metropolis, iconic and vibrant symbol of China's policy of opening-up and economic might.
The city is one of the key commercial, financial and transport centers of the world
Unique blend of modern living and classic tradition which lends the global city names of “Pearl of the orient” and “Paris of the east”.
The area within 2-hour-flight radius from Shanghai covers 90% of the population of China, including Beijing, Guangzhou, Hong Kong and Taiwan, Korea and part of Japan also lie within this radius.
To Suzhou: 25 mins by High Speed Rail
To Hangzhou: 60 mins by High Speed Rail
Shanghai has an annual traffic of up to 12.4 million international passengers.
Over 30 international airlines with direct flights operating from Shanghai to Asia Pacific, Europe, the Americas, Middle east etc, covering 117 connections
As the sixth in the world and the second in China, Shanghai Disneyland creates many records among the
existing Disney parks.
The Bund(Waitan) is the waterfront in central Shanghai, famous for its breathtaking cityscape.
The Oriental Pearl Tower is 468m (1,535 ft) high. The view from the top of the tower is magnificent.
Shanghai is a shopping paradise. There are enough bustling commercial streets and shopping centers to delight any shopaholic. From top international brands to locally crafted souvenirs, from megaplex shopping malls to street stalls, Shanghai has something for every taste and budget. Tea, silk, and pearls are among the city’s most popular gifts.
Restaurants in Shanghai are among the finest in the country. The city has plenty of food courts devoted to traditional cuisines from Beijing, Sichuan, Hunan and Guangzhou. Shanghai dishes are aplenty, of course, as are the options for international cuisines throughout the city.