Attractions

Oriental Pearl Tower
Oriental Pearl Tower

Address:
1 Century Avenue, Pudong New Area, Shanghai

Content:
Built in 1991, the Oriental Pearl Tower is renowned as a 5A Tourist Attraction of China and the most iconic building in Shanghai. The space capsule on the sightseeing floor located at 351 metres above ground offers the best view of The Bund. Visitors looking for some thrills can walk on the glass corridor. In addition to a gorgeous view of the city, visitors will surely delight by shopping & dinning at the Old Shanghai Street, Pearl Lifestyle Museum and a rotating sky restaurant.

Transportation:
From High Speed Rail Shanghaihongqiao Station, take Metro Line 2 towards Guanglan Road. Get off at Lujiazui Station and walk for about 9 minutes.

Alternatively, you may take a 50-minute taxi ride from Shanghaihongqiao Station.

Yuyuan Garden
Yuyuan Garden

Address:
132 Anren Street, Huangpu District, Shanghai

Content:
A 3A Tourist Attraction and a Major Historical and Cultural Site Protected at the National Level, the Yuyuan Garden carries the meaning of "pleasing the elderly". Originally built during the Ming Dynasty, the garden has stood the test of time for over four centuries. Highlights of the garden include the Exquisite Jade Rock (one of the three famous rocks of Jiangnan), Dianchuntang (the Small Swords Society's command centre of theTaiping Rebellion), and the Chenghuang Temple next to the garden. Widely regarded as the best in Southeast China and one of the top five classic gardens in Shanghai, Yuyuan Garden is a must-see attraction. In addition, the Chenghuang Temple and shopping streets surrounding the garden are also tourist hotspots with their cultural, product and food offerings.

Transportation:
From High Speed Rail Shanghaihongqiao Station, take Metro Line 10 towards Xinjiangwancheng. Get off at Yuyuan Garden Station and walk for about 2 minutes.

Alternatively, you may take a 55-minute taxi ride from Shanghaihongqiao Station.

Nanjing Road Pedestrian Street
Nanjing Road Pedestrian Street

Address:
Nanjing Road Pedestrian Street, Huangpu District, Shanghai

Content:
The first commercial street dating back to the founding of Shanghai, many traditional brands can be found at the Nanjing Road Pedestrian Street, making it known as the First Commercial Street of China. This is where visitors can find anything they want, from sightseeing and shopping to good food. Signature old buildings from the West that gather and house famous brands, local food and souvenirs are a feast to the eyes. When you are done with the bustling pedestrian street, continue eastward to The Bund, another iconic attraction of Shanghai, where you can see the city's glamour in its full glory.

Transportation:
From High Speed Rail Shanghaihongqiao Station, take Metro Line 2 towards Guanglan Road. Get off at the East Nanjing Road Station and walk for about 6 minutes.

Alternatively, you may take a 50-minute taxi ride from Shanghaihongqiao Station.

Zhujiajiao Ancient Town
Zhujiajiao Ancient Town

Address:
36 Meizhou Road, Zhujiajiao Town, Qingpu District, Shanghai

Content:
The Jiangnan Water Town closest to Shanghai, Zhujiajiao Ancient Town is one of the four major historical and cultural towns of the city. The town's Fangsheng Bridge was built during the Wanli Period of the Ming Dynasty and has since been Shanghai's largest five-hole arch stone bridge. Xingchen the monk once prohibited fish catching under the bridge and allowed only to set fish free, which gave rise to its name. Tourist attractions in the area include the Cimen Temple, Zhuxi Garden, Kezhi Garden and Tai'an Bridge.

Transportation:
From High Speed Rail Shanghaihongqiao Station, take Metro Line 17 towards Oriental Land. Get off at Zhujiajiao Station and walk for about 15 minutes.

Alternatively, you may take a 40-minute taxi ride from Shanghaihongqiao Station.

Tianzifang
Tianzifang

Address:
Lane 210, Taikang Road, Huangpu District, Shanghai

Content:
Tianzifang is a showcase of the evolution of Shanghai's signature Shikumen constructions over the years with a mix of Jiangnan and traditional British influences. The alleyways in the area are formed by small passageways between buildings. According to historical records, Tianzifang(田子坊) refers to painter in ancient Chinese. Taking the ground of this term, painter Huang Yongyu named the area Tianzifang. Stepping into Tianzifang is like walking into a labyrinth of art with characteristic tea houses and cafes around every corner, whilst art galleries and studios line the streets.

Transportation:
From High Speed Rail Shanghaihongqiao Station, take Metro Line 10 towards Xinjiangwancheng. Change to Line 11 at Jiaotong University Station towards Disney. Change to Line 9 at Xujiahui Station towards Caolu. Get off at Dapuqiao Station and walk for about 4 minutes.

Alternatively, you may take a 55-minute taxi ride from Shanghaihongqiao Station.

The above information is for reference only and subject to change without notice.