Flights from Sapporo to Shanghai
Shanghai is a very exciting, historical and beautiful city to visit and historic Suzhou and Hangzhou are also within easy reach.We look forward to welcoming you to Shanghai!
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China’s largest city in terms of population, Shanghai is also the largest city in the world. A global financial centre, Shanghai is one of the four direct-controlled municipalities of the People’s Republic of China and is also a transport hub with the world’s busiest container port. The city is bordered by Jiangsu and Zhejiang to the north, south and west and by the East China Sea to its east. Spreading on an area of 6,350.5 km2 of land, the city is home to 24,256,800 people. Due to the city’s favourable location in the Yangtze River Delta in East China, the city has been serving as important shipping, administrative and trading center for many centuries. A popular tourist destination, the city has numerous museums and historical landmarks that invite people from all over the world. Most of the people residing in Shanghai speak Wu Chinese in spite of Mandarin being the official language. English is also understood and spoken wisely. Pearl of the Orient and Paris of the East are some of the nicknames that are used to describe Shanghai.
Be it museum hopping, a visit to the old part of town or spending the day lazily at the various park in the city, there is a lot of things to see and do in Shanghai. 1.5-kilometer-long Boulevard on the western bank of the Huangpu River, the Bund is the prime attraction of Shanghai and the view of the Huangpu River from here is truly mesmerizing. Considered to be the best garden in South each China, Yuyuan Garden is another major tourist spot famous for its historical connection. When in Shanghai, do not miss visiting Oriental Pearl TV tower, which is the highest tower in Asia and the third highest in the world. Your trip to Shanghai in incomplete without a visit to the Jade Buddha Monastery which one of the most famous Buddha religious temples in Shanghai and has many attractions located within its premise.
The World Financial Center is a unique attraction that consists of offices, hotels, conference rooms, observation decks, and shopping malls on the lower floors. The downtown delight can be best experienced at Xintiandi which is famous for the many historical and cultural legacies of Shanghai. Nanjing Road, French Concession, Zhujiajiao and Chenghuang temple are some of the other places of interests in Shanghai. City God Temple, China Art Museum and Shanghai Museum too are some of the must see places on your trip to Shanghai.
Eating and Shopping
Most of the people living in Shanghai eat the Shanghai or Hu cuisine which is a popular style of Chinese food. The quality of raw materials used and keeping the original flavors intact are of paramount important when a meal is cooked in Shanghai. Fish, crab, pork and chicken are the most commonly used meat in the cuisine. The city is filled with fine dining eating places, Michelin star restaurants and numerous hotels, but the lip smacking food served on the streets of Shanghai is beyond compare. Steamed Crab, Cheese Butter Lobstesr Smoked Fish Slices, Beggar;s Chicken, Roast Duck, Pepper Duck, , Yangchun Noodles, Vegetarian Dongpo Meat, Nanxiang Steamed Buns, Soup Buns, Fried Mantou, Pigeon-Egg Dumplings, Crab-Brown Baked Cake Chicken and Duck Blood Soup are some of the delicacies which you cannot miss in Shanghai.