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Shanghai Disney Resort

Shanghai Disney Resort

It is a themed park in Pudong. Shanghai Disney Resort is the first resort in mainland China and the second in Greater China. The amusement park also have two themed hotels. The resort has Mickey Avenue, Fantasyland, Gardens of Imagination, Tomorrowland, Treasure Cove, Adventure Isle, Toy Story Land. Mickey Avenue is the entrance of the park which is inspired with the Disney cartoon characters. It is the popular spot for kids.

Jade Buddha TempleJade Buddha Temple

Jade Buddha TempleJade Buddha Temple

Jade Buddha Temple is located in Anyuan Road, Shanghai. The temple consist of A Chamber Of Four Heavenly Kings, The Grand Hall, which is also known as the 'Great Hall', Jade Buddha Chamber and a Public Restaurant. The Chamber Of Four Heavenly Kings has Skanda, Maitreya, and Four Heavenly King statues placed in the forefront of the temple. These statues are the symbol of favourable situations. The grand hall has the Three Golden Buddhas; Amitabha in the left, buddha in the centre and Bhaisajyaguru in the right. It also consist of Gods Of The Twenty Heavens embedded with gold, eighteen unique golden arhats, Guanyin, Sudhana and his 53 teachers.

Travelling to Shanghai, China

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Shanghai is the largest city of China. 'Hu' is its short name in chinese. It is the most populous city in the world with an estimated population of twenty-four million in the year 2018. It is an international metropolis and the center of attraction for tourist. The city has the longest metro in the world servicing seventy million passengers annually. Around 8.73 million tourists visit Shanghai every year.

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Shanghai Travel Tips & Guide

How to Get Tickets?

Most attractions' tickets are available on both offline and online booking. But you can book your tickets online from this website to get best offers and discounts.

How To Get Around?

There are numerous means of transport which you can take to visit the place. Cabs are easily available and metered. Metro trains are the lifeline of the city. Moreover, buses and maglevs are also there which can take you around.

What Should I Wear?

You should go for neat, clean and light cotton clothes that are not delicate. Bright colors are popular in China. Trousers are must and do not forget to carry a pair of shoes which are comfortable. You can prefer Red color as it is considered lucky there.

Shanghai Tourism Facts

Best Time to Visit

The months of the Spring and the Autumn are the best season to visit Shanghai. The Spring season has the mild temperature and cleaner air. The city has the most pleasant weather during these season. Try to avoid to make plan in the summers and the winters. In the summer months, the temperature of the city rises above 32 degrees Celsius with high humidity level. The winter temperature hover around freezing.



Will I Need a Guide?

No, you will not need a guide as this site will provide you every detail. But however, if you are new and affraid of getting lost, you may join the guided tours.

How To Get There?

Shanghai can be reached by Airplane. Later, trains are available for further traveling. There are four railway station i.e. Shanghai Railway Station, Shanghai South Railway Station, Shanghai West Railway Station and Shanghai Hongqiao Railway Stations which connect the city to other places.

Additional Info

The clubs and the bars are the heartbeats of Shanghaians. The clubs, discos, bars and pubs are beautifully embellished with colorful lights. And try to avoid writing things in red ink; which symbolises severe criticism. If something is free or cheap then it may be a scam. Do not tip in Shanghai.