Tuesday, September 9, 2014

Shanghai, Here We Come : The Itinerary

Eh tak lama lagi dah nak ke Shanghai. Pejam celik, pejam celik, soon, another 10 days my third free trip with glampreneur and hai-o.

Oh, nak tahu kami ke mana nanti? check it out ;)

1. Oriental Pearl TV Tower

The Oriental Pearl TV Tower is located in Pudong Park in Lujiazui, Shanghai. This 468 meters (1,536 feet) high  tower is the world's sixth and China's second tallest TV and radio tower. Its base is supported by three seven-meter wide slanting stanchions. Surrounding the eleven steel spheres that are 'strung' vertically through the center of the tower are three nine-meter wide columns.

2. Huangpu River

Last time during the trip to Seoul, we managed to have a lunch cruise over the Han River.
Now, this time, night cruise pulak. seronoknyee!
The Huangpu River is the mother river of Shanghai. Huangpu River is a branch of the lower reaches of the Yangtze River. It lies in Shanghai City, formerly known as Huangxiepu or Chunshen River. 

3,  Silk Factory
Tak sah rasanya pergi ke China, tak visit silk factory. China is so synonym with Chinese silk.
Kali ni berpeluang nak tengok depan mata mcmn they produce silk. Rasanya confirm terbeli sepasang dua. lol!
Ada yang nak kirim ke?

4. Chenghuang Miao & Xiang Yang Market

Chenghuang miao is  known as The City God Temple, an area of temples that are reminiscent of old Shanghai.  Back then, every Chinese city had a designated Temple of the Town God which served as a shrine for Daoist worship.  The temple in Shanghai was named “Cheng Huang Miao” which was devoted to the god of commerce.

Xiang Yang Market is all about shopping!! This is where we should grab some souvenir to bring back home.

5. The Bund
The Bund, also called Zhongshan Dong Yi Lu (East Zhongshan 1st Road), is a famous waterfront and regarded as the symbol of Shanghai for hundreds of years. 
The most famous and attractive sight which is at the west side of the Bund are the 26 various buildings of different architectural styles including Gothic, Baroque, Romanesque, Classicism and the Renaissance. 
You may view the Map of the Bund here

 6. Nanjing Road
Sekali tengok macam kat Times Square New York pulak. with all the billboards and center of the town.
Nanjing Road was the first commercial road in Shanghai. In the early 20th century, there were only four department stores along this stretch. Today, it has become the number one place for shopping in the city.  
The eastern end of Nanjing Road is a pedestrian zone. Big names like Mont Blanc, Tiffany and Dunhill all have stores on Nanjing Road, but smaller stores do very well there too. Of the 600 plus businesses on Nanjing Road a majority are western, but the street is known for being on the cutting edge of upcoming trends so local designers do well there too.

Bila check balik the listing of places we're going to visit in Shanghai, rasa sangat excited! tak lama je lagi.. weee!
tak sabar nak berhoneymoon again with my husband. away from the stress at office and of course shopping!!

Wait for my updates in shanghai.
You may follow me at instagram @airin_diana or do follow our hashtags #glamjourneys and #tdcinshanghai.

To those who wants souvenir, do let me know k?

See ya!


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