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Acrobatics show

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A performance not to be missed, this acrobatics show presented by the Shanghai Acrobatics Troupe will captivate audiences both young and old. Acrobats display stunning feats of physical strength, balance, and skill as they juggle large porcelain urns with their feet, spin stacks of plates with ea

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City God’s Temple

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The City God’s Temple, also known as Old Town God’s Temple, is located next to the Yuyuan Garden in Old City of Shanghai. Built in the fifteenth century during the Ming Dynasty, it was erected in honor the Han statesman Huo Guang (68 B.C.).

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Nanjing Road

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China’s premier shopping street, 3.4 mile-long (6 km) Nanjing Road, connects the Bund in the east to the People’s Square in the west. Located in the heart of the city, it attracts shoppers from around the world with a penchant for style and high fashion.

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Oriental Pearl Tower

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Located in Pudong Park, Shanghai’s Oriental Pearl Tower is considered an architectural symbol of the city and is the world’s third tallest TV and radio tower. The tower measures 1,535 feet (468 m) tall and consists of 15 different spheres of various sizes and levels, representing pear

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Pudong

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Since opening its doors in 1990, Pudong has emerged as China’s financial and commercial hub. It is situated east of the Huangpu River and is considered a cosmopolitan area, housing some of Shanghai’s most vital buildings, including the Oriental Pearl Tower, Shanghai World Financial Ce

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Shanghai Museum

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The Shanghai Museum, located in the People’s Square, boasts a collection of over 120,000 relics of ancient Chinese art. It has been celebrated for its rich collection of Chinese bronze works, ceramics, calligraphy, and paintings. It contains a total of eleven galleries and three special tem

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Suzhou

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Often known as the “Venice of the Orient”, the historic city Suzhou is located at the heart of the Yangtze Delta in the south of the Jiangsu Province. Beautiful stone bridges, pagodas, and classical gardens line the canals that cover 42% of the city.

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The Bund & Huangpu River

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The Bund is one of city’s most recognizable architectural symbols and a representation of both old and new Shanghai. Located on the west bank of the Huangpu River, the 1 mile-long (1.5 km) waterfront boulevard was the site of some of the earliest foreign settlements.

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Tongli Water Town

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Tongli is an idyllic waterside town located in Jiangsu province in the south of the Yangtze River Delta. With a history of more than 1000 years, this well-preserved town is known for its natural beauty and cultural heritage.

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Wuxi

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Built over 3,000 years ago, Wuxi is an old industrial city in Jiangsu Province situated along the Yangtze River. The city is split into halves by Lake Tai and borders Changzhou to the west and Suzhou to the east.

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Wuzhen Water Town

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Situated in the center of the six ancient towns south of the Yangtze River is Wuzhen, a city with over 2000 years of history. Ancient stone bridges, delicate wood carvings, and stone pathways line canals that make up 82% of the towns total area.

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Xin Tian Di

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Xin Tian Di, the hottest new entertainment district in Shanghai, is one of China’s most successful historical redevelopment projects and a model for the rest of Asia. Once a charming two-block district filled with old Shikumen (traditional brick townhouses), it is now filled with the some o

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Yu Garden

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Finished in 1577 in the Ming Dynasty, Yu Garden is a renowned classical garden located in Nanshi, Shanghai. It was originally built by government official Pan Yunduan as a private estate for his parents in their old age.

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Zhujiajiao Water Town

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Located in a suburb of Shanghai, Zhu Jia Jiao is an ancient water township famous for its glistening canals, stone bridges, and tranquil scenery. This fan-shaped village has a history of over 1700 years, but is well-preserved and retains most of its original architecture, local traditions, and cu

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The French Concession

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Founded in 1862, the French Concession is an area in Shanghai that was once designated as a home for French traders and businesspeople. It was reclaimed by China is 1943 and now covers the Luwan and Xuhui districts

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Shanghai World Financial Center

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The Shanghai World Financial Center is located in the center of the Lujiazui Finance and Trade Zone in Pudong and is the second tallest building in the world. With a total of 101 floors, it measures a staggering 1614 feet (492 m) in height.

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Shanghai Zoo

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With a history of over 50 years, the Shanghai Zoo is home to over 6,000 animals and is one of the most noted ecological gardens in Shanghai. The zoo contains 600 indigenous rare animals, including the Lesser and Giant panda, South China tiger, and Golden-Haired monkey, as well as animals from all

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The Former Residence of Sun Yat-sen

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At No.7 Xiangshan Road, Shanghai, stands a two-storey European-style building. It may not be that noticeable among the nearby high buildings and mansions but it has won deep reverence and admiration from

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Zhouzhuang Water Town

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Zhouzhuang is considered to be the most famous water township in China, and is situated in Kunshan City, just 18 miles (30 km) southeast of Suzhou. It is known for its well-preserved ancient stone bridges, tranquil waterways, and local traditions and cultures.

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Lujiazui Finance and Trade Development Zone

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Situated in the center of Pudong New Area in the eastern part of Shanghai, covering the total area of 31-square-kilometers, Lujiazui Finance and Trade Development Zone (Lujiazui FTDZ) was approved by the State Council to be a state-level development zone in 1990

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Club Executive Room at Renaissance Shanghai

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 Relax in your executive club room equipped with a living and sitting area with high speed wireless internet.  Indulge in the special benefits of the Club Lounge.

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Premier Club Room at the Crowne Plaza Shanghai

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Enhance your stay further by upgrading to a Premier Club Room at the Crowne Plaza Shanghai. 

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Executive Suite at Pullman Jing'an Shanghai

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