The gallery of Shanghai includes photos of Huangpu River and the Bund, Nanjing Road, Jade Buddha Temple, Seagull Palace, Shanghai Museum, Yuyuan Garden, Zhujiajiao Town and Xin Tian Di.
The futuristic look of Shanghai Wujiaochang Square, reopened on 4th Nov 2016 after redecoration.
The Bund (pinyin: Wàitān) is an area of Huangpu District in central Shanghai, People's Republic of China. The area centres on a section of Zhongshan Road (East-1 Zhongshan Road) within the former Shanghai International Settlement, which runs along the western bank of the Huangpu River, facing Pudong, in the eastern part of Huangpu District. The Bund usually refers to the buildings and wharves on this section of the road, as well as some adjacent areas. The Bund is one of the most famous tourist destinations in Shanghai. Building heights are restricted in this area.
Yu Garden located in the center of the Old City next to the Chenghuangmiao area in Shanghai, China, is considered one of the most lavish and finest Chinese gardens in the region.
The garden, established in 1559 as a private garden created by Pan Yunduan in the Ming Dynasty, occupies an area of 2 hectares (5 acres), and is divided into six general areas laid out in the Suzhou style.
Jing'an Temple, was built in 247 AD during the Three Kingdoms period, is a Buddhist temple on West Nanjing Road, in Jing'an District, Shanghai, China.
Zhujiajiao is an ancient town located in the Qingpu District of Shanghai. Zhujiajiao is a water village on the outskirts of Shanghai, and was formed about 1,700 years ago. Archaeological findings dating back 5,000 years have also been found. 36 stone bridges and numerous rivers line Zhujiajiao, and thousands of ancient buildings still line the riverbanks today. Many centuries-old stone buildings are home to residents today, as they were for many dynasties in the past.