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Concrete Jungle picture in Shanghai
Nanjing Road picture in Shanghai
Beyond the Bund picture in Shanghai
The Bund picture in Shanghai
Nanjing Road picture in Shanghai
Oriental Pearl TV Tower picture in Shanghai
Shanghai World Financial Center picture in Shanghai
Nightfall in Shanghai picture in Shanghai
Yuyuan Gardens picture in Shanghai
Jade Buddha Temple picture in Shanghai
Chinese Tea picture in Shanghai
Pork Dumplings picture in Shanghai
Zhujiajiao picture in Shanghai
Longhua Temple picture in Shanghai
Yuyuan Garden picture in Shanghai
Rainy Season picture in Shanghai
Shanghai Maglev picture in Shanghai

Shanghai's most recognized landmark is also its top attraction. To catch unbeatable views of Shangahi's skyline, visit the Bund zorazhuang Getty Images

Shanghai is China's most populous city, so expect crowds all hours of the day, especially on Nanjing Road. Sandro Bisaro Getty Images

Though the Bund is known for its views of Shanghai's skyline, the other side offers rows of classic European-style architecture as well as numerous entertainment options. DuKai photographer Getty Images

The Bund is a riverfront boardwalk offering the perfect photo op for Shanghai's skyline.  Matteao Colombo Getty Images

Some recent visitors compare the flash and flare of this shopping street to Las Vegas.  Rolf Bruderer Getty Images

The Oriental Pearl TV Tower is perhaps Shanghai's most recognizable landmark.  IMAGEMORE Co, Ltd. Getty Images

Some people say this landmark building looks like the world's largest bottle-opener. zorazhuang Getty Images

Though visitors were impressed by Shanghai's skyline regardless of the time of day, many say the view at night is awe-inspiring.  NI QIN Getty Images

The Yu Garden offers a respite from the city's hustle and bustle. However, make sure to come early to avoid crowds.  Top Photo Corporation Getty Images

There are many Buddha statues at this temple, but the jade statues (including the one pictured above) steal the show.  OSTILL Getty Images

If you're planning on having tea in China, know that like wine, it should be be poured all the way to the top of the glass.  Allan Baxter Getty Images

Xiaolongbao, or pork dumplings, are a popular street food in Shanghai not to be missed. Eight of these can set you back as little as 4 yuan ($0.60). Andre Vogelaere Getty Images

You'll find charming bridges and canals around every corner in the Venice of Shanghai, or Zhujiajiao. bernotto Getty Images

You'll find these curious statuettes at the Longhua Temple. Christoph Dietrich Getty Images

Along with colorful pagodas, the Yu Garden features peacful ponds, lush greenery and charming stone walls. MACIEJ NOSKOWSKI Getty Images

Shanghai sees a lot of rain. If you're visiting during the summer, pack an umbrella, as the season experiences the most precipitation of the entire year. wei wei Getty Images

The Shanghai Maglev is the fastest passenger train in the world. Nikada Getty Images

Concrete Jungle picture in Shanghai
Nanjing Road picture in Shanghai
Beyond the Bund picture in Shanghai
The Bund picture in Shanghai
Nanjing Road picture in Shanghai
Oriental Pearl TV Tower picture in Shanghai
Shanghai World Financial Center picture in Shanghai
Nightfall in Shanghai picture in Shanghai
Yuyuan Gardens picture in Shanghai
Jade Buddha Temple picture in Shanghai
Chinese Tea picture in Shanghai
Pork Dumplings picture in Shanghai
Zhujiajiao picture in Shanghai
Longhua Temple picture in Shanghai
Yuyuan Garden picture in Shanghai
Rainy Season picture in Shanghai
Shanghai Maglev picture in Shanghai

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