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It is the name of the triangular stretch of green at the northern end of the Bund in Shanghai, the oldest and smallest park of the city. It is the site of the high-rising Monument to the People's Heroes, commemorating those who helped to free China from foreign occupation.
Oriental Land is situated in Qingpu District of Shanghai, lying on the south-east side of Dianshan Lake.As it has broad atmospheric construction communities and complete funtional facilities, it fully meets the needs of educational practice, international studies, leisure vacation, sightseeing, out-door sporting and team-work training. With a lot of attractions such as Wisdom Avenue, an Emulational Aircraft Carrier, Lakeside Square, Fishman Dock, Knowledge-seeking Island, Moon Bay and Global Village, as well as more than 30 interesting items like rock-climbing, fun bridges, camp BBQ, aquatic sports, out-bound development training, physical experience test.
Located in southwest Shanghai---Songjiang, which is the birthplace of the city's history and culture, Sheshan National Holiday Resort has unique natural views and cultural interest.It is rated as one of the first AAAA tourism sites by the National Tourism Administration. It has four tourism sites: East Sheshan Park, West Sheshan Park, Tianmashan (Heaven Horse Mountain) Park, and Xiaokunshan Park.
It is the largest park in the city of Shanghai. It is situated in Pudong New Area. It is located nearby to the Shanghai Science and Technology Museum. Century Park is best reached by taking Line 2, Shanghai Metro on the Shanghai Metro to Century Park station. It is also within walking distance from Shanghai Science and Technology Museum station. Entrance to the park costs 10 Yuan, although prices are raised during the 'golden week' holiday periods.
Across the Huangpu River, Lujiazui thrusts brazenly up to the heavens. 30 years ago, this district was nothing more than marshes and rice paddies. Today, it’s home to one of Asia’s most audacious skylines. Here you’ll find three of the city’s most distinctive structures: The 468 meter-high spire of spheres and cylinders known as Oriental Pearl Tower, the 88-floor pagoda-themed Jinmao Tower and the bottle opener-shaped Shanghai World Financial Center, the world’s fourth tallest building. Soon to join them is a third skyscraper, the Shanghai Tower, which, when completed in 2014, will be second in height only to Dubai’s Burj Khalifa.
A Italian restaurant with bund view.
The Pudong Shangri-La claims to have the largest guestrooms in the whole of Shanghai - and with 54 square meters reserved for the hotel's premier rooms, you'd be a fool to disagree. The hotel also boasts the two largest ballrooms in Shanghai, which means there is usually a prestigious or glamorous event going on. In case you're not invited to the ball, the hotel also has its own range of designer restaurants and bars (Jade on 36 is a must), along with Spas and gyms to keep you looking and feeling great.