Shanghai New Top 8 Attractions

In the autumn of 2009, which coincided with the 60th anniversary of the People's Republic of China, enthusiastic Shanghai residents and invited experts participated in the exercise to vote on "Shanghai's Eight New Attractions". Candidates included financial Lujiazui, bustling Nanjing Road, the waterfront New Bund and quaint Yu Garden. In stark contrast to the traditional sights like Huangpu Qiutao (autumn waves on Huangpu river), Haitian Xuri (rising sun on the horizon), Longhua Wanzhong (chiming bell of Longhua Temple at night), Shiliang Yueye (moonlit night at Shiliang), the eight new attractions speak volumes of what the people of Shanghai have achieved in the past six decades.


The allure of Shanghai lies in its iron-clad will to blaze new trails and get ahead.
The allure of Shanghai lies in its historic sites stirringly evocative of the city's past.
The allure of Shanghai lies its admirable culture encompassing of other cultures.
The allure of Shanghai lies in its beautiful sceneries tempting the visitor to linger longer.



The Bund in the Morning Classic Yu Garden Awe-Inspiring Skyscrapers Neon-Lit Streets
Old Buildings Turned into
Chic Spots
Scenic Shenshan Mountain Charming Farmer Paintings
in Fengjing
Breathtaking Sceneries of
Dianhu Lake



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