China Shanghai Travel Diary-----one day


The traffic in Shanghai is still very developed. Basically, wherever you want to go, the subway can be reached. Let's briefly introduce the main sites of Metro Lines 1 and 2 that you often use.

Metro Line 1: Shanghai Railway Station, Xujiahui (Xujiahui Church, Metro City and other shopping malls), People's Square Station (near Nanjing Road Pedestrian Street, New World Department Store and other shopping malls, wax museum), Jinjiang Park

Subway Line 2: Hongqiao Railway Station (High Speed ​​Rail), Hongqiao Terminal 2, Zhongshan Park, Nanjing West Road (Wujiang Road Snack Street), People's Square, Nanjing East Road (Landmark Plaza and other shopping malls, 5 minutes walk to the Bund ), Lujiazui (Jinmao Tower, Global Center, Oriental Pearl, Ocean Aquarium, Binjiang Avenue, etc.), Shanghai Science and Technology Museum (Shanghai Science and Technology Museum, tickets 60 yuan), Century Park (Century Park, tickets 10 yuan, each year National Day has national Fireworks show), Longyang Road (you can change the magnetic levitation to Pudong Airport), Guanglan Road (to Pudong International Airport, you need to transfer to another line 2, transfer with the same place), Pudong Airport Station

Lujiazui
On the banks of the Huangpu River, the landmarks of the Oriental Pearl, Jinmao Tower and the World Financial Center are all here. Many financial industries are located here and are the financial center of Pudong. Everyone is tired and can dine in Zhengda Square. It is a shopping mall integrating shopping and leisure. . The Ocean Aquarium is also a good choice, and there are children who can go there to play.

Transportation: Metro Line 2 Lujiazui Station. When you come out of the subway, you will find that there are a lot of ‘yellow cattle’ in the sightseeing package. These are all deceptive. It is safer to buy tickets at designated places.


Shanghai World Financial Center
I personally feel that if you just want to see the scenery outside, the 94th floor is definitely enough. If you are a SLR enthusiast, then the 100th floor will definitely not be wrong. The only downside is that the place is too small. If you are tired, you can only sit on the ground. Because all of the surrounding is a very thick sealed glass viewing window, it takes a lot of trouble to take photos, and the reflection of the glass is difficult to eliminate.



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