Best time to come in the evening to capture the awesome view of the Bund. Do not forget to bring your camera.
Loved the way this old district has been revamped, cleaned up and lit with amazing brilliance. The views of Pudong from the other side of the river are just breathtaking at night and day!
Having visiting numerous big cities the skyline of Shanghai was breath taking. The skies were clear the cruise that I took was filled with excitement. Every building reminded me of the ornate buildings of Las Vegas. I was imagining New York and Chicago with it's impressive buildings lighted up into displays like here in the Bund. Each building had that... More
I had a wonderful afternoon wandering along the Bund on a busy Sunday afternoon. It was great to see all the Shanghai people out and about with their families and taking pictures of the amazing Pudong skyline with the Oriental Pearl, Jin Mao and World Financial Centre buildings. I highly recommend
The buildings transported you back to the early 1900s but the smog destroyed the bund's scenery. Unless the government do something about this, I think it is not advisable to visit the place in December. We were there in late November and we were glad to leave the place early before the smog engulfed the whole of Shanghai.
This area is unanimously a must-visit when one goes to Shanghai. Here, one can get a view of the great architectural buildings facing the Huangpu River as well as the magnificent view of the commercial buildings across it. A romantic spot for couples too!
It makes for a pretty stroll at night, with the stately Euro-colonial buildings marching down the Bund on one side and the insane light show of Pudong on the other. There are some nice high-end Western restaurants at 3 on the Bund and other buildings here, but you have to know where to look. A word of warning: single Western... More
Impressive at night and interesting by day. At week end and holiday thousands of people there..you get the feel of the china masses! You will probably be asked to have your photo taken with chinese people,mainly girls or older people especially if you have fair hair or have fair hair children. Friendly people but be careful of street venders as... More
Shanghai is one of the least polluted major cities in China, a thick haze of smog surrounds Shanghai when we traveled there. Not an ideal place for travelling as heavy air pollution shrouds Shanghai.
The views are great either day or night. During the daytime, the views are colorful, at night...bright. Great place to visit anytime.
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