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The famous Shanghai waterfront boardwalk features a diverse array of architecture, a 1,859-yard flood-control wall known as “the lovers’ wall” and sights of the Huangpu River and geometrical Pǔdōng skyline.
The Disney theme park, which opened in 2016, features modern and unique attractions, including the TRON Lightcycle Power Run, which has motorcycle-style seats instead of the traditional roller coaster seats.
Shanghai’s City Temple is one must-see attraction you don’t want to miss. In addition to the temple’s massive halls and gardens, the temple’s street is home to Shanghai’s popular food scene, where locals and tourists can indulge in unique Chinese dishes and drinks.
Shanghai is home to more museums than you probably thought, from the contemporary Yuz Museum and Power Station of Art to state-of-the-art attractions like the Shanghai Natural History Museum and West Bund Art Center.
Part of Shanghai’s City God Temple, the classical Yu (short for Yuyuan) Garden features five acres of rockeries, pavilions, ponds, the Exquisite Jade Rock and several halls, perfect for a quiet afternoon before lunch.