Discover our travel guide of Shanghai in China made of pictures from travel influencers and photographers.
What you will see and do in Shanghai:🛣️ Road trip 🗼 Landmark 🏘️ Town 🌆 Skyline 🌉 Bridge 🏰 Temple
Shanghai is a must for the first trip to China - it is the most dynamic megapolis in the country. It is the most dynamic megalopolis in the country, with construction flourishing at such a pace that the city's appearance changes greatly from one year to the next.
When to go to Shanghai? What are the best months or the best period for a stay?
Unlike Beijing, the climate is subtropical.
Climate - Winter, Spring, Summer, Autumn
Tip: Remember to check the calendar of events as a stay during the Chinese New Year or around May 1st or October 1st can significantly complicate your accommodation search.
Although increasingly westernized, the city of Shanghai still retains vestiges of its traditional past that make it an exotic, remote, and unfamiliar destination.
Today, Shanghai functions as a crossroads of cultures that make it a cosmopolitan and open enclave that has much to offer its visitors
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Taken and shared by travel photographers and influencers who have traveled to Shanghai in China such as Denys Nevozhai, javen yang, Hanny Naibaho. Click on the pictures to read their stories
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Discover more travel spots to explore around Shanghai🗼 Landmark spots 🏘️ Town spots 🌆 Skyline spots 🌉 Bridge spots 🏰 Temple spots 🛣️ Road trip spots 🚴 Cycling spots 🏰 Place of worship spots 🏞️ Reservoir spots 🏞️ River spots 🏖️ Shore spots 🌉 Suspension bridge spots 🏊 Swimming pool spots Ferris wheel spots Concrete bridge spots 🌲 Nature reserve spots 🏰 Pagoda spots
Explore 9 popular touristic places in Shanghai with pictures shared by travelers, influencers and photographers... Click on the photos to read the travel guide of the destination
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