Shanghai, located on Center China's eastern coast at the mouth of the Yangtze River, is the biggest city in China and is also one of the four municipalities directly under the Central Government of China. With a population of over 20 million, Shanghai possesses the biggest industrial base and foreign trade port in China....Shanghai Overview
Bund Sightseeing Tunnel:
Located in No. 30, on Zhongshan East Road of Shanghai, the Bund Sightseeing Tunnel is the first pedestrian tunnel across the river. The tunnel has two entrances as well as two exits respectively, and the Puxi Entrance-Exit of the tunnel is located in the north of Chenyi Square on the Bund, which is next to the Huangpu River; and the Pudong Entrance-Exit of the tunnel is located in the south of the Oriental Pearl TV Tower, which is opposite to Shanghai International Convention Center. The tunnel connects the Bund Sightseeing Area in Puxi District and the newly developing Lujiazui Tourism Area in Pudong District as one, forming the most fascinating attraction in Shanghai.
Shanghai Grand View Garden of Minority Nationalities:
Located neighboring Shanghai Zoological Park, Shanghai Grand View Garden of Minority Nationalities is the largest and best-equipped cultural landscape all over China, which fully displays the folk customs and culture as well as arts of the 56 nationalities of China, including architectures, costumes, marriage customs, festivals, singing and dancing as well as craftworks, and the whole garden can be divided into 10 minority holiday villages according to different culture and religions.
Shanghai Nanpu Bridge:
As the first bridge crossing the Huangpu River in Shanghai, Shanghai Nanpu Bridge is 8,346 meters (5.2 miles) long in total like a huge dragon, which is composed of the 846- meter (925 yards) long main bridge and the 7,500- meter (4.7 miles) long approach bridge, and it is the third largest bridge in scale in the world.
Shanghai has a subtropical maritime monsoon climate, with four distinct seasons and pleasant climate. The hottest period is July to August while the coldest period is from the end of January to early February. Shanghai is characterized by a warm spring, hot summer, cool autumn and cold winter. The best time to visit Shanghai is May, September, October and November.
Shanghai leads the catering industry in the country, gathering eight Chinese cuisines and converging domestic and foreign catering culture. In recent years, Shanghai has made the development of Shanghai catering industry as one of economic growth points and has achieved great achievements as well.