Nice to see this park amongst all these colossal buildings all around . The place is well maintained with lovely flower beds
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It is a very crowded spot and you will be surrounded by thousand of people, but you have to visit it anyway :-) Tipp: Don't be afraid, but take care your wallet and belongings and don't follow anybody that offers you a massage or want...More
My daughter was fascinated by people square, it feels as though it is in the heart of everything. So many people, shops and food outlets, you can be confused which direction to go. Or you could find a seat and just observe it all int...More
if you have a free day in shanghai, this is a nice way to enjoy it. just sit in one of the cafes slong nanjing road, have a local beer and watch people on the steet. you can also try different food and sweets. not...More
This is a hub of Shanghai for getting around the city and meeting up places. It has the largest subway station and many communist statues. It is also the location of Shanghai's museums. On Sundays you can catch a glimpse of the marriage market and...More
Even if you try to avoid it, you still end up in People's square while traveling around. Being a major subway hub, its easy to get to and worth spending an hour or two exploring.
If you're looking for some tranquil surrounds, the East meets the French in architecture, and an amazing shopping mall all within one quadrant, then this is the place for you. And the metro system is so easy to use and language isn't a barrier. Go...More
As the name indicates, this place is for the people and there are loads of them. For good reason, loads to see and do here. With a direct connection to the metro its a must see and do.
It's a nice spot for photos after you're done at the museum, but if there aren't any activities taking place there, you wouldn't expect to spend more than 15 minutes there.