Shanghai GuideShanghai, with a population of more than 23 million, is the largest and most developed city in China. By the 1930s, Shanghai was the largest and most prosperous city in the Far East, and has remained the most developed city in mainland China. HotelsFind hotels in Shanghai, including InterContinental Shanghai Expo, Waldorf Astoria Shanghai on the Bund, Hotel Indigo Shanghai On The Bund, Les Suites Orient Bund Shanghai, The Peninsula Shanghai, The Langham Xintiandi Shanghai and Marriott Hotel City Centre. Places and AttractionsExplore popular places and attractions around Shanghai including Yuyuan Garden, Tianzifang, Ngoại Than, 外滩18号, Bund Center, Lupu Pandeng and Mercedes-Benz Arena. RestaurantsDiscover restaurants around Shanghai including Tianzifang, Kathleen's 5, Sub Way, Sasha's, 小杨生煎馆吴江路店, Malong Meishi Pub and Shanghai People's 7.
Popular in ShanghaiFrench ConcessionThe French Concession is the area of Shanghai once designated for the French, consisting of today's Luwan and Xuhui Districts. Jingan DistrictNanjing Road is Shanghai's main shopping street, famously named one of the World's Seven Great Roads in the 1930s and now making a rapid comeback after decades of Maoist austerity. PudongPudong is Shanghai's newest district on the eastern side of the Huangpu River, a Special Economic Zone chock full of gleaming skyscrapers rising out of what was mere farmland only 15 years ago.
In ShanghaiZhujiajiaoZhujiajiao is a township in the Qingpu District of Shanghai. The population of Zhujiajiao is around 60,000. Nanjing RoadNanjing Road is Shanghai's main shopping street, famously named one of the World's Seven Great Roads in the 1930s and now making a rapid comeback after decades of Maoist austerity. BundThe Bund is Shanghai's stately street of old colonial-era buildings and the first port of call for many visitors. Western SuburbsdWestern Suburbs is the Shanghai suburbs north and west of the river, including the districts of Baoshan, Jiading, Qingpu and parts of Songjiang and Minhang. HuangpuHuangpu is in Shanghai. The district is served by Metro Lines 1, 2 and 8. Old CityThe Old City is the area inside the the ancient walled city of Shanghai, the city walls ringed the city around what is today Remin & Zhonghua streets. ChangningChangning is a district in Shanghai frequented for the Hongqiao Airport and Shanghai Zoo. PutuoPutuo is in Shanghai. Shanghai West Station is located in this district and is served by a few daily trains from around the area. Expo 2010Expo 2010 is a World's Fair scheduled to be held in Shanghai, China from 1 May to 31 October 2010. SongjiangSōngjiāng is a county in the Shanghai municipality in People's Republic of China. HongkouHongkou is on the northeast side of Shanghai. The district is most known for Hongkou Stadium, Shanghai University's campus and Lu Xun Park. ZhabeiZhabei is in Shanghai. Shanghai Railway Station, the major one just north of People's Square is in this district in addition to a long-distance bus depot. QibaoQibao ancient town, is an ancient town in Shanghai municipality about 15km south of Shanghai city. YangpuYangpu is in Shanghai. The heart of the district is near Wujiaochang, mainly a shopping center with a large cineplex, including an IMAX theatre. Southern SuburbsSouthern Suburbs includes the Shanghai districts of Jinshan, Fengxian, Nanhui as well as parts of Songjiang and Minhang lying south of the river.
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