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I would say this is the best place you can visit or spend time in the evening to not only watch the Shanghai Skyline but also "Best Place for evening walk with your girlfriend, wife or partner". The view of Skyline from here is just...More
A mile long living flowering wall. A great walk and views of both sides of the river. You see the beautiful new skyline highlighted by the Bund and the landmark historic buildings of old Shanghai. My favorite historic building was the Customs House and the...More
This is a cool attraction on the "Old" side of the Bund. It is literally a wall of flowers that our tour guide said earned the name The Living Wall. It is very pretty, but compared to some of the other jaw dropping and spectacular...More
Its a beautiful place to be visited in Shanghai. In spite of crowd you can enjoy the beauty of the water with ancient buildings on the roadside. All time is good to visit this place as if you visit in morning it will be less...More
I had the pleasure of visiting Shanghai for business with time for some pleasure. The day before flying out I ventured down to the Bund. It was very long, and enjoyable to walk. However, it is prevelent to see all of the effects of pollution...More
During the day and particularly the evening, this walk way gets too crowed. We enjoyed walking and people watching in the early morning and really enjoyed the rooftop view from the Penninsula Hotel Bar!
The Bund is a must see for any trip to China. It is a reminder of past historical events, mostly European, and the on-going relationship between Europe and China. The Huangpu River faces the Pudong district and it is great for picture taking. Wear comfortable...More
While there are certainly many other “bunds” in the world, “the Bund” refers to Shanghai’s famous waterfront. The area’s Gothic, Art Deco and Beaux Arts monoliths were built when it was part of the Shanghai International Settlement run by the British and Americans. The atmosphere of colonial-era luxury has endured over time and is now found in the five-star hotels, luxury brand boutiques and expensive
restaurants that can be found within the historic buildings. A cultural center has built up away from the water and some of Shanghai’s best art galleries and museums are housed close to the Bund. Nighttime views of Pudong and the rest of the city also make for a great backdrop at the many rooftop clubs.