Flights to Shanghai
Long known as the gateway to China, Shanghai is perched prime on the Yangtze River Delta. After walking along the river it quickly becomes apparent that Shanghai is a city that perfectly blends the traditional with the modern. An iconic skyline fusing old and new invites tourists to explore its splendid gardens, rich museums and irresistible food. As you stroll down the Bund promenade and gaze at the skyline views of the city, experience a city shrouded in mystique and excitement.
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Harbouring one of the finest restaurant scenes in China, tourists and locals alike go weak at the knees for Shanghai’s food. Home of the famed xiaolongbao, eateries are filled with diners slurping down the soupy dumpling. Aside from dumplings, Shanghai steamed crab direct from the Yangtze River is a specialty as well as traditional Beggar’s chicken.
After you’ve strolled along the Bund promenade and gazed at the skyline views of the city, get up and close with Shanghai’s most famous building, the Oriental Pearl Tower. Take an elevator up 450m and experience the view from the 5th largest tower in the world. Back on ground level, walk through Shanghai’s old town and discover some of the most historic buildings in the city. Go shopping down Nanjing Road, one of the busiest shopping streets in the world or find your zen at the picturesque Yu Garden.
Whether it be walking through the many museums and art galleries in the city, sailing on a riverboat or visiting the famous Longhua temple, a visit to Shanghai is filled with wonder. Explore Shanghai with Qantas today
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