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Holidays in Shanghai

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Of course, it isn't just buildings and attractions that make a city special — there's also the people who call it home. In this part of China, you'll find 22,300,000 of them.

Shanghai isn't too far away from Suzhou, which is located 45 miles to the west. Beijing, the national capital, is to be found 660 miles to the northwest.

The Bund and the Jingan Temple, Shanghai, China are some of the most well-known attractions here.

Everyone in the family will enjoy a visit to the Madame Tussaud's Wax Museum and Jinjiang Action Park. Kids still full of energy? Keep the excitement going with a trip to Happy Valley Amusement Park and the Shanghai Film Park.

Get acquainted with the creatures of our planet's oceans at Shanghai Ocean Aquarium and Changfeng Ocean Park.

Take the youngsters to the Shanghai WIld Animal Park or the Shanghai Zoo and watch their eyes fill with wonder! They can get within close range of some interesting animals and learn about the importance of conservation and wildlife care while they're at it.

Botanists and amateurs alike will be happy to find out about Shanghai's extensive plant collections. For a day among the flowers, start with a leisurely walk around the stunning beds at the Shanghai Botanical Garden. Afterwards, make your way to the Yuyuan Garden, where the range of species alone is worth witnessing. For those who are more devoted, the Huacao Park and the Qiuxia Garden also have some incredible displays.

There's no need to venture deep into the forest to appreciate a little greenery. Pudong Riverside Promenade and Park and the Yu Yuan Garden are just two of the inviting recreational spots you'll find amid this concrete jungle. You can also sit down with a magazine and watch life go by at Century Park and Zhongshan Park.

Watch birds soar above or simply gaze out across the water at Dishui Lake and Dianshan Lake. For some additional downtime by the water, head out and see Huangpu River.

You probably already know about its best shopping centres and squares, but don't forget that Shanghai has some excellent natural sanctuaries too. Sheshan National Forest Park and Sheshan Hill are two names to keep in mind. Two more areas to have a look at are Shanghai Grand View Park and Shanghai Grand View Garden.

If you're seeking a couple of peaceful places to compose yourself and maybe learn a thing or two, you can't go past the Shanghai Museum and the Shanghai Science and Technology Museum. Check for walking tours or just study the interesting exhibits at your own pace. The MOCA Shanghai and the Shanghai Jewish Refugees Museum are also leading options for museum nerds.

From the design and construction of ships to the artefacts found inside the hull, the displays at the C. Y. Tung Maritime Museum and the China Maritime Museum will captivate anyone with an interest in Shanghai's maritime history.

The wonderful world of science never ceases to impress. Uncover the latest and greatest in advances and achievements at the Songjiang Science & Technology Museum and the Changning Science & Technology Museum. For even more mind-blowing experiences, add the Yangpu Science & Technology Museum and the Shanghai Science & Technology Museum to your journey of discovery.

It can be both baffling and and inspiring when you get a glimpse of how diverse the creations of the natural world are. See them all in one convenient location at the Shanghai Natural History Museum.

Whichever type of art rocks your socks, there's a good chance you'll find it in Shanghai. Why not start your day of gallery going at the China Art Palace and M50 Arts Community? If you're hungry for more, also feast your eyes at the Yuehu Museum of Art and the Shanghai Himalayas Museum.

Learn about the influence that Shanghai's past figures and events had on the country, and sometimes the world, at the Shanghai Municipal History Museum and the Tousewe Museum. The Liuli China Museum and the Tushanwan Museum are also worth an excursion if you'd like a better understanding of the past.

A visit to Shanghai leaves you spoilt for choice when it comes to historically significant sites. You'll be able to gain a deeper comprehension of the city's past at French Concession and Old Chinese City. If you'd like to learn more, Customs House and Thames Town should be next on the list.

Yingxiang Bridge and Fangsheng Bridge are weathered crossings that should excite visitors interested in historic structures. Shanghai Puji Bridge offers a way to see the city's waterways from a third angle.

Plan a visit to Wusong Ancient Fort, a structure that once played a key defence role, and picture the battles that its mighty stone walls endured many years ago.

Both boasting striking façades and a who's who of well-known former residents, it's often the small differences between Childrens Municipal Palace and Sinan Mansions that are the most interesting.

Whatever you believe in, you're sure to enjoy the tranquil atmosphere at the Jade Buddha Temple and the City God Temple. Alternatively, check if there are any tours available at St. Ignatius Cathedral and the Songjiang Mosque.

They're unlikely to be at the very top of your list, but Waibaidu Bridge and Yangpu Bridge are still worth dropping by. You shouldn't miss Shanghai Old Street and Taikang Road either.

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