What to do in Shanghai in 24 hours

08/07/2019   96  3.62/5 trong 4 rates 
What to do in Shanghai in 24 hours
One of China’s largest cities, Shanghai is a bustling metropolis and shopper’s paradise with iconic landmarks, centuries-old temples and cultural attractions. While you might only scratch the surface with a 24-hour visit, you’ll have the chance to experience a dose of the city’s cultural significance, traditional gardens, and futuristic skyline. Perfect for when you have a layover in the Pearl of the Orient, here are the best things to do on a 24-hour visit to Shanghai.

 
  • Get a bird’s-eye view at Shanghai World Financial Center

    Get a bird’s-eye view at Shanghai World Financial CenterGet a bird’s-eye view at Shanghai World Financial Center

    For some of the best views of Shanghai, head to Shanghai World Financial Center to visit its multiple viewing platforms at 1,555 feet high, one of which has a glass floor. The building resembles a large bottle opener and is one of the world’s tallest buildings, offering an array of digital depictions that highlight the city’s rapid evolution. There are other options for seeing the soaring skyscrapers, from the 88th-floor of Jin Mao or over a coffee or cocktail at the Grand Hyatt or Park Hyatt hotel.

  • Admire statues in Jade Buddha Temple

    Admire statues in Jade Buddha TempleAdmire statues in Jade Buddha Temple

    One of Shanghai’s most captivating attractions, Jade Buddha Temple is known for its impressive collection of statues and resident monks and can easily be explored on a 48-hour visit. Learn about its rich history, as it was originally built to house two jade statues brought in from Burma. Over time the collection grew and lured in travelers wanting to marvel at the jade buddhas. Start your visit in the Grand Hall to see the golden Buddhas that represent the incarnations of Buddha, then head to the Heavenly King Hall and Hall of the Reclining Buddha, which houses a Buddha statue carved from a single piece of white jade.

  • Experience the Venice of Shanghai

    Experience the Venice of ShanghaiExperience the Venice of Shanghai

    Even if you’re in Shanghai for a short visit, the region is known as the “Venice of Shanghai”, or Zhujiajiao is only a short taxi ride from the center. Marvel at the picturesque waterways that are rich in history, as this ancient water town was popular during the Ming Dynasty as a commercial hub. Tour the numerous canals with bridges that lead you to charming narrow streets and alleyways lined with cafes and souvenir shops and visit historic landmarks, such as Kezhi Garden.

  • Ride the Shanghai Maglev

    Ride the Shanghai MaglevRide the Shanghai Maglev

    While it might seem strange to put a train ride on a must-do activity for a 48-hour visit, the Shanghai Maglev is a unique transit option. It’s one of the fastest passenger trains in the world, traveling at about 270 miles per hour. Although it’s a quick journey, it will help you make the most of your trip, as passengers on this train are blasted between downtown and Pudong International Airport in about seven minutes. You’ll fly past 18 miles, plus there’s a museum at the Maglev Longyang Road Station dedicated to exhibiting the history of the train and engineering feats required to build it.

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