The name refers to its actual address in Shanghai, and is often shortened to M50 or Moganshan Road. It is tucked away in an old industrial area along the Suzhou Creek. The art quarter is located in industrial and residential Putuo District, but conveniently close to downtown Jing'an District.
The Bund Sightseeing Tunnel. Those who have experienced the dizzying heights of Shanghai's vibrant metropolis may want to get under the city's skin and experience what things are like down below. And down below can best be described as a psychedelic multimedia fantasy if you take the Bund Sightseeing Tunnel.
The City God Temple or Temple of the City Gods (simplified Chinese: 上海 城隍庙; traditional Chinese: 上海 城隍廟; pinyin: Shànghǎi Chénghuángmiào; Shanghainese: Zånhae Senwonmioh), officially the City Temple of Shanghai, is a folk temple located in the old city of Shanghai, China.
The Confucian Temple or Temple of Confucius of Shanghai (Chinese: t 上海 文廟, s 上海 文庙, p Shànghǎi Wénmiào), is a folk Confucian temple in the old city of Shanghai, China. It is similar to the original temple of Confucius in his hometown Qufu and to the Beijing temple, but on a smaller scale.
Gongqing Forest Park (Chinese: 上海共青森林公园; pinyin: Shànghǎi Gòngqīng Sēnlín Gōngyuán) is the second-largest park in the city of Shanghai. It is located in the Yangpu District in the north section of the city. To reach the park you can take line 8 on the metro to Shiguang Road.
Huaihai Road or Huaihai Lu (Chinese: 淮海路; pinyin: Huáihǎi Lù; Shanghainese: Wahae Lu) is one of the two major shopping streets in Shanghai, China; the other is Nanjing Road. Compared with the more touristy Nanjing Road, Huaihai Road is more upscale, and is the preferred destination of local residents.
Huangpu Park (simplified Chinese: 黄浦公园; traditional Chinese: 黃浦公園; pinyin: Huángpǔ Gōngyuán; Shanghainese: Waonphu Gonyu) is the name of the triangular stretch of green at the northern end of the Bund in Shanghai, the oldest and smallest park of the city.
The Jade Buddha Temple (Chinese: 玉佛禅寺; pinyin: Yùfó Chán Sì; Shanghainese: Niueh-foe-tsaeh-zy, literally Jade Buddha Chan Temple) is a Buddhist temple in Shanghai, China. As with many modern Chinese Buddhist temples, the current temple draws from both the Pure Land and Chan traditions of Mahayana Buddhism.
Being the third tallest building only to Shanghai Tower and Shanghai World Financial Center in Shanghai, Jin Mao Tower is located in the center of Lujiazui Finance and Trade Zone in Pudong. It can be conveniently accessed from either Puxi (the area west of the Hungpu River) by taking the tunnel ...
Jing'an Temple (Chinese: 静安寺; pinyin: Jìng'ān Sì; Shanghainese: Zin'ue Zy; literally: "Temple of Peace and Tranquility") is a Buddhist temple on the West Nanjing Road in Shanghai, China. Jing'an District, where it is located, is named after the temple.
The first state-run contemporary art museum in mainland China, the Power Station of Art launched in October 2012. Housed in a previously abandoned power plant on the banks of the Huangpu River, this same space was once the site of the Pavilion of the Future in the 2010 Shanghai World Expo.
Nanjing Road (Chinese: 南京路; pinyin: Nánjīng Lù; Shanghainese: Nuecin Lu) is the main shopping street of Shanghai, China, and is one of the world's busiest shopping streets. The street is named after the city of Nanjing, capital of Jiangsu neighbouring Shanghai.
The street is named after the city of Nanjing, capital of Jiangsu neighbouring Shanghai. Today's Nanjing Road comprises two sections, Nanjing Road East and Nanjing Road West. In some contexts, "Nanjing Road" refers only to what was pre-1945 Nanjing Road, today's Nanjing Road East, which is largely pedestrianised.
Directly opposite Zhongshan Park, New World Shanghai Hotel provides luxurious accommodation with internet access. It features a spectacular outdoor pool, massage services and a restaurant. It features a spectacular outdoor pool, massage services and a restaurant.
People's Square is a large public square in the Huangpu District of Shanghai, China. It is south of Nanjing Road (West) and north of Huaihai Road (East). People's Square is the site of Shanghai's municipal government headquarters building and is used as the standard reference point for measurement of distance in the Shanghai municipality.
The Shanghai Art Museum building is the former clubhouse building of the Shanghai Race Club. It sits on the western edge of People's Park, north of People's Square, which was once the Shanghai race course. The Shanghai Art Museum was the original home of the Shanghai Biennale.
Shanghai Film Park contains the urban style of old Shanghai, the backstage of all the film made in the park, the standard European style garden, the former residence of Song Ziwen and the Art & Design Academy located on the Fenyang Road. The style and features of old Shanghai is one of the highlights of Shanghai Film Park.
The Shanghai New International Expo Centre is an exhibition center in Pudong, Shanghai, China. It hosts a large number of exhibitions, including the Shanghai Motor Show. It has also hosted the 2002 Tennis Masters Cup, where one of the halls was temporarily converted into a tennis court.
The Exhibition Center is a six-storey building, with two basement levels, which displays Shanghai's urban planning and development. The focus of the exhibit is a large scale model of the entirety of urban Shanghai, showing existing buildings and approved future buildings.
The Shanghai World Financial Center (SWFC; Chinese: 上 海 环 球 金 融 中 心) is a supertall skyscraper located in the Pudong district of Shanghai, China. It was designed by Kohn Pedersen Fox and developed by the Mori Building Company, with Leslie E. Robertson Associates as its structural engineer and China State Construction Engineering Corp and Shanghai Construction (Group) General Co. as its main contractor.
St. Ignatius Cathedral, also known as the Xujiahui Cathedral, is a Neo-Gothic Roman Catholic cathedral, located in Xujiahui, Shanghai, China. Since 1960, St Ignatius has been the seat of the Bishop of Shanghai and the headquarters of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Shanghai.
Suzhou Creek (or Soochow Creek), also called Wusong River, is a river that passes through the Shanghai city center. It is named after the neighbouring city of Suzhou, Jiangsu, the predominant settlement in this area prior to the rise of Shanghai as a metropolis.
More Tianzifang Pictures. The development of Tianzifang is fairly recent. It is also known as Taikang Road which was a back street in Dapuqiao district. One of the Shanghai highlights is the old residential buildings called ‘shikumen’, literally ‘stone doors’, which reflects a confluence of architectural tastes.