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Overview Of The Port Of Shanghai

About Shanghai
Shanghai is the largest city by population in the People's Republic of China, in East Asia.

The Bund is a waterfront area in central Shanghai and one of the most famous tourist destinations. Opposite the Bund on the Pudong side, you can take a walk along the boardwalk, for great views across the river and plenty of shops and restaurants.

For a stunning view of the city, visit one of three observation decks at the Shanghai World Financial Center.

Museums include the Shanghai Museum, the History Museum and Madame Tussauds.

Yu Yuan Garden is an extensive Chinese garden located beside the City God Temple in the northeast of the Old City.

Tian Zi Fang is full of narrow little streets with lots of unusual arts, crafts and souvenir shops and nice places to stop for a snack or drink.

The Oriental Pearl Radio & TV Tower, which stands at 468m high, is opposite The Bund and a distinct landmark in the area. In the tower's three metallic spheres there is a dance hall, rotating restaurant and observation deck.

The Jade Buddha Temple was built in 1928 and houses two precious white jade Buddhist statues.

Other attractions include the Chenshan Botanic Gardens, Shanghai Ocean Aquarium and Shanghai Circus World.

Nanjing Road is considered the place to head for shopping.

Local dishes include sweet and sour spare ribs, beggar's chicken and Shanghai fried noodles. Lime and ginger flavoured century egg and tofu are other popular choices as is the local delicacy 'Shanghai hairy crab'.
Cruise Terminal
There are currently 4 cruise terminals in Shanghai. The size of your ship, cruiseline and how busy the ports are will depend on where you dock.

These are Wusongkou International Cruise Terminal, Shanghai International Cruise Terminal, Baoyang Cruise Terminal and Luchaogang Cruise Terminal, which is located in Luchao Town, Nanhui District, further south of Shanghai.

Smaller vessels tend to use the Shanghai terminal, whilst larger ships dock at Wusongkou, around 24 miles away from downtown Shanghai.

Ensure taxi drivers turn their meters on and avoid touts.

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