A. Strengths and Weaknesses of Shanghai
Featuring an incredible modern skyline Shanghai, situated on the Huangpu River, is considered the most dynamic Chinese city.
The Chinese metropole sitting on an the estuary of the mighty Yangtze River has been described as the "showpiece" of the booming economy of mainland China.
If you can handle the immense crowds, you're ready for the world's most populous metropolis.
Shanghai delights visitors with excellent shopping, some of the world's tallest and most iconic skyscrapers, idyllic Chinese gardens and a beautiful location.
While Air pollution (there is usually no blue sky!) in Shanghai is low compared to other Chinese cities, it is still substantial by world standards.
Furthermore the often bad weather are to be noted on the negative side.
9.5/10 [24 Mio.]
B. Best Things to Do in Shanghai (Detailed List with Photos and Information)
These sights and attractions contribute to a sights score of 7.25/10.
E. Top 10 List of the Best Things to Do in Shanghai (including close-by excursions)
Shanghai Tower (height: 632 m) 7
Shanghai World Financial Center (height: 492 m) 7
CLASSICAL GARDENS OF SUZHOU (111 km from Shanghai) 6
Yu Yuan Gardens 6
The Bund (Wai Tan) (quay) 6
Oriental Pearl Tower (height: 367 m) 6
Chinese Old Town (Nanshi) 6
Ocean Aquarium (155 m tunnel) 6
Shanghai Museum 6
Nanjing Road (shopping street) 5