Shanghai - Mystical Land

Not many cities in the world are as rich, populous and interesting as China’s Shanghai. Known as the ‘Oriental Paris’, Shanghai is both a financial and a tourist destination second to none in the East. An immense and striking skyline, plus a long list of historical landmarks are what decorate this city - combining both Eastern and Western cultures.

Up in the clouds

Among Shanghai’s most prominent landmarks are The Shanghai Tower, by far the tallest skyscraper in the city. With a height of 2,073 ft (632 m), the tower has 128 stories and was completed in only 8 years, finished in 2016. The Shanghai Tower is actually the second highest building in the world.

Few buildings are as view-striking as the Shanghai World Financial Center. Being 1,614.2 ft (492 m) tall, the tower has an observation deck on top that allows views from 1,555 ft (474 m) above ground level. Its peak has a distinct trapezoidal shape.

The Oriental Pearl Tower, Shanghai’s third tallest structure, is an iconic TV tower that lights up at night in different LED sequences and illuminates up the city’s skyline. It is comprised of 11 spheres, with the two largest placed at the lower and upper end of the sequence.


Shanghai is also known for its crowds. With 24 million people living within its buildings, it’s understandable that the longest metro system in the world belongs here. The city’s metro has 393 stations that spread throughout the city. Talk about overcrowded spaces!

A mix of East and West

Throughout the nineteenth century, Shanghai was divided into British, U.S. and French concessions within a Chinese walled city. This resulted in an ample cultural expansion in the city that can be identified in their citizens and their relationships with other cities around the world.

Today, many of the areas in the city that were influenced by foreign designers are considered attractions by local and international tourists. You can visit an ancient Buddhist temple in the morning, get a nice lunch with a great view of the city on one of their towers, and take an afternoon walk among western-styled buildings in the evening. Pretty eclectic, right?

Shanghai’s lungs

Air pollution is not as severe as in many other cities in China, but still considered large by world standards. That’s why the city has seen the creation and support of public parks among its streets, with a total of 157 parks in the year 2012.

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