Monday, April 30, 2012

Exploring Tourism Opportunities of Shanghai

夜上海_HDR版(Shanghai Night View_HDR)
By William Scarlet

Shanghai is a renowned city of the People's Republic of China. It is a global city, with major influence in culture, finance, fashion, media, commerce, technology and transport. Shanghai is the popular holiday destination known for its historical landmarks, namely Holy place like Jade Buddha Temple, Commercial Street like Nanjing Road, ancient garden like Yuyuan Garden and Mother River of Shanghai, Huangpu River, City God Temple, The Bund, as well as the extensive Pudong skyline.

Shanghai is popularly known as the "showpiece" of the thriving economy of mainland China. With numerous cheap flights to Shanghai available, reserve your seat in one of these airlines and explore all the attractions thereby making the holiday memorable.

Attractions of Shanghai:
Shanghai as mentioned earlier is filled with loads of interesting attractions. Have a look on some of them:

The Bund & Huangpu River: - Huangpu River is one of the most enchanting tourist attractions of the city. It is the mother river of Shanghai that divides the city into east and west parts. The Bund, situated on the eastern bank of the city is the symbol of Shanghai's beauty and lavishness. Grand buildings, new finance and commercial hub built in 1930 in the European architectural styles bundle along the Bund. The bright lights during night add glory to the happy and lively atmosphere of the city. There are several flights to Shanghai available, select the right one and travel happily.

Jade Buddha Temple: One of the popular Buddhist memorials in Shanghai, Jade Buddha Temple should not be missed while holidaying in the city. Buddha's ideal was brought from Burma during 19th century. One of the statues is seated, while the other is in recumbent position of Sakyamuni that symbolizes Buddha's achievement of illumination or paradise. This grand temple also has images of deceased kings. People visit this temple each day and offer prayers by burning incense.

Nanjing Road: It is regarded as the top commercial street in China. Nanjing Road is also once been a milestone of Shanghai for a long time. On this lively street, you will find more than 600 shops that are visited by countless tourists each day. Here you can buy anything, starting from cheap mementos, to luxurious and branded items. Search for cheap airfare tickets online, to visit this street and shop for the branded items in Shanghai.

Yuyuan Garden: It is biggest ancient garden in the city. This regal garden is designed using Ming and Qing architectural patterns. Near the garden, there another famous spot called City God temple, where you can taste the authentic local snacks of the city. Cheap tickets to Shanghai are offered by travel agents online, book one and make your pocket happy.

William Scarlet is an associate editor with The website offers exclusive information related to cheap airfares. We also provide online reservation for cheap flights to Shanghai, Business flights, Cheap hotels and Car Rental.

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1 comment:

  1. Shanghai is definitely on the 'top 10 places I must visit list before I die'. Thanks for sharing.