This visit will help you understand...a bit...the chinese way of doing things and how far they have progress.
Here, you can sit, relax and watch how people live their lives. It's quite windy sometimes. Reachable with underground. Best shot for Pearl tower and other high towers on the opposite side of the river
The Bund is amazing, especially at night, but it is a fight to see it. All of China is crowded for sure, but tourist sites have become especially complicated as millions of Chinese citizens now can afford to travel. Be strategic in your visit. Ignore all other people, especially those selling trinkets or discount boat tour tickets, or what not.... More
Going to this area gives the feeling of being in Europe, while looking into the other side of river seems like in Hongkong harbor , but the sky scraper here are out of ordinary, love the scenery.
As well as strolling along the promenade and taking in the views of Pudong, it is well worth taking time to walk closer to the buildings and take in the architecture. The buildings weren't really lit up at night, so to get the best views and appreciate the design, its best to go during the day. We liked the fact... More
The Bund is so fabulous, especially if you like architecture. We visited during the day and evening and went inside as many buildings as possible. There are some absolutely beautiful lobbies, especially the Waldorf Astoria and the Peace Hotel. Very impressed to see the pristine appearance of the buildings with no exterior signs or billboards. Don't miss it!
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