Friday, January 10, 2014

Shanghai, here we come!!


Our next destination for 2014.

Our new Travel Package has just open!!

Belum pun lagi travel ke Gold Coast on 15th February, dah buka peluang untuk melancong lagi. yeay!! we are so excited!!

Now, let's do some google search on Interesting Places to Visit in Shanghai.

1. Shanghai World Financial Center

Three observation decks offer different experiences at the 94th, 97th, and 100th floors. The 100th floor is the highest observatory in the world, with transparent glass-walled walkways.

2. Riverside Promenade (Bingjiang Da Dao)

The riverside walk along the Bund may be busy and crowded during the day, but with good reason - it's simply a must when in Shanghai for people-watching and getting a good feel for the city.

3. Oriental Pearl Tower (Dongfang Mingzhu)

The Oriental Pearl TV Tower is without a doubt Shanghai's most recognized landmark. It rises 1,500  feet (457 meters) in Shanghai's newest district of Pudong. 
 The tower hold up three metallic spheres: 
  • the largest and lowest one is a dance hall and karaoke bar
  • the next "jewel" up is the rotating restaurant
  • the top and smallest one is the observation deck

4. Bund Sightseeing Tunnel

A pedestrian-only tunnel crossing the Bund, this fun and unique form of public transportation is a pricey but quick way to get across the river on foot. The experience is a bit reminiscent of a Disney Tomorrowland attraction

5. The Bund (Wai Tan)

The Bund is a symbol of Shanghai and an epitome of Shanghai's modern history.  From the Oriental Pearl TV Tower you can see the Bund.
The Bund is very famous, especially at night, the nocturne of that river is nice indeed!  When night falls, colourful lights illuminate the whole Bund area and turn it into a scene of the" wonderland.  Across the skyline of Puxi is China's tallest building - the 88-storey Jin Mao Tower - in Pudong New Area.

6. Yuyuan Bazaar

Yuyuan is a bustling marketplace set in an old Chinese neighborhood with traditional architecture and shops selling everything from dumplings to kitsch. A great place for people-watching and picking up Chinese souvenirs, and close to the nearby Yuyuan Gardens.

7. Garden of Contentment (Yu Yuan Garden)

A classical garden complete with period style buildings. The Garden was created by Pan Yunduan a Government Officer for his family finishing in 1577

Nice and interesting, aint it?

Anyone can go for FREE now!

If you'd like to know how we qualify every single trip offered by company, contact me.

See ya in Shanghai!!


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