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Places To Visit in Shanghai - China

Aquaria 21 - Shanghai

Aquaria 21

This renowned aquarium in Shanghai is an exciting place for children to be where they can explore and gaze at wonderful dazzling underwater creatures. Penguins, sea horses, turtles and rays are all there in addition to the usual Sharks. The unique feature of this aquarium is its touch pool where...

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Bund History Museum - Shanghai

Bund History Museum

This museum is dedicated to showcasing photographs of the Bund so as to depict its rich history as an architectural marvel and the site of political turmoil, the buildings that stood there in the past and those that stand here in the present.
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Century Park - Shanghai

Century Park

This park is popular amongst locals who come here to while the weekend away. It is fast becoming a tourist hot spot as well. The park comprises of a garden, a man made beach, a mini-golf course, a bird protection area and a lake where fishing and boating is...

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Dino Beach - Shanghai

Dino Beach

This is a renowned water park- the largest of its kind in Asia. Be sure to spend the day here. Adults and children alike are bound to enjoy it considering the variety of rides there are to enjoy. These include water slides [one of these is as long as 500 feet!], an absolutely massive wave pool,...

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Jade Buddha Temple - Shanghai

Jade Buddha Temple

This temple as it now stands was built in 1918. It is a hot spot for tourists because of its beautiful architecture, its magnificent halls, the two statues of Buddha carved from a single piece of white jade and transported by a monk from Burma to Shanghai, a sleeping Buddha, and some fantastic...

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Jinmao Tower - Shanghai

Jinmao Tower

This pagoda is the 5th tallest building in the world. On the 88th floor is an observation deck which provides the most brilliant views of the city of Shanghai. This is one of the most renowned architectural sites known for its fusion of eastern and western architectural styles.   Timings:...

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Longhua Martyrs Cemetery  - Shanghai

Longhua Martyrs Cemetery

This cemetery is worth a visit as it served as the venue of the execution of many communists in the 1920s prior to the Chinese Revolution and Communist era. These individuals were persecuted, tortured and ultimately killed on these premises. The tunnel via which the execution area is arrived at is...

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Longhua Temple - Shanghai

Longhua Temple

This temple dates back to the Song Dynasty. This is a very important temple and the largest of its kind in Shanghai. The four halls contain statues of Buddha, his disciples and other protagonists. Do not miss the over 3 tonne bell which is rung 108 times at New Year's to rid the world of all its...

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