As well as strolling along the promenade and taking in the views of Pudong, it is well worth taking time to walk closer to the buildings and take in the architecture. The buildings weren't really lit up at night, so to get the best views and appreciate the design, its best to go during the day. We liked the fact that the majority of the buildings had plaques on the front, showing what the building used to be and why they were important.
It's also worth reading a bit about the history of the area before your visit. Previously the Chinese weren't allowed to own property on this stretch, which explains the pride they now take in each of the buildings and the multitude of Chinese flags flying in the area
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