The Charm of Shanghai's Historic Neighborhoods

The city of Shanghai, China’s pride and joy, is a picturesque place—even with its permanent backdrop of thick haze. Tourists flock to the glitzy Bund with their cameras, and daredevil urban explorers come to scale some of the world’s tallest towers.h ... ( read original story ...)

Sunrise over Shanghai's Bund

Located in the Huangpu district of Shanghai, the Bund is both a landmark and a symbol of the city’s history. Opposite the Bund stand several examples of iconic modern architecture, including the Oriental Pearl Radio and TV Tower, Jinmao Tower and ... ( read original story ...)

Apartment near the bund(181a)

loft lane house on fuzhu road,5mins walk to the bund,3mins walk to east nanjing road(m2,10 ... away from home and help you feel as comfortable as possible, right here in Shanghai. SmartShanghai Housing is Shanghai's most popular rental listings platform. ( read original story ...)

In fall, a view to savor along the bund

the mild heat from the sun's rays and the subtle chill of the autumn breeze combine to make this the perfect time of the year to enjoy a comfortable stroll along Shanghai's most famous landmark, The Bund. Photojournalists Ren Guoqiang and Gao Erqiang ... ( read original story ...)

"In the Shanghai Rain"

Inspiration literally fell from the sky for writer Heidi North-Bailey while walking along Shanghai's iconic Bund. Heidi and her family were visiting the historic area in the depths of winter when a sudden and heavy downpour drenched them. "It was ... ( read original story ...)