Being the second most populous city that has 24 million documented people in 2017 and also the largest city in China is the famous Shanghai.
Lately this metropolis has been stepping up increasingly as a popularized spot around the world. We could feel the vibe the moment we entered the city. The city, which is settled in the areas near the Yangtze river banks, is also the major hub for economy, finance and trade in Eastern China. We, being from another culture did not get lost among the crowd here. This city has something for everyone and it is this cultural composition which made us stay here for a longer time. One will never stop gazing the city skyline while sipping to China’s best drinks. Do not stray away from exploring every nook and corner of the city and make your stay in the city memorable, just like ours.
Places to visit
- Yuyuan gardens and bazaar
- The Bund
- Jing’an temple
- Tower of Shangai
- Jade Buddha temple
- Natural history museum.
Best times to visit
Since the climate and temperatures around the winter months drops significantly and the wind gets chilly, the tourists and travelers are recommended to come here in seasons that have somewhat clear and bearable as it would be hundred times better than visiting freezing cold towns. A friend, Luke, owner of hemplifetoday.com, loves the warm weather in Florida and suggests to definitely NOT visit when it’s cold or else you will be miserable and your travel experience will be lackluster to say the least. The amazing scenery around the months of March up until November wherein it would be a wise plan to stay away around the months of July, August and the initial weeks of October and May as it can save you from excessive crowd, temperature and storms.
Shanghai being one of the major cities of the world is incredible easy to access as it is well connected via flights from major cities across the world. Grab your tickets today.