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Shanghai is the largest city in China and one of the largest metropolitan areas in the world with a population of over 16 millions and a land area of 6,340 km2. It has direct flights to almost 141 major cities around the world. It is a mixture of both eastern and western cultures. The western style buildings at the Bund were mostly built in the late 19th century and early 20th century.  The City God Temple was built in 1403 during the Ming dynasty; and it is still housing over a hundred stores and restaurants.

Have you ever known a city where policemen do not carry guns? Here it is. Guns are not familiar to locals. In fact, the political stability, low crime, thriving economy, tremendous opportunities, plus good quality of healthcare and education always make Shanghai one of the most desirable places to live or visit as a regular tourist or a medical tourist in China.

Shanghai started with a fishing and textile town. Not until in the mid of 19 century, when Britain, French, American, Russian, Germany, Japanese, and other countries started establishing their banks and embassies in this costal area considered as a center of commerce between east and west, was Shanghai led to once a major hub of finance and business of East Asia.

Because of Shanghai's status as the cultural and economic center of East Asia for the first half of the twentieth century, it is popularly seen as the birthplace of everything considered modern in China. It was in Shanghai, for example, that the first motor car was driven as well as the first train tracks and the modern sewer system were laid.

Today, Shanghai is still Chinese financial capital and heading towards its’ destiny overtaking Hong Kong, Singapore and Tokyo as pre-eminent in Asia. More than 100 foreign countries have investments in some 30,000 projects. There are 74 deep-water berths and 20 international container piers. Hongqiao and Pudong International airports have regular flights with 141 cities in 29 foreign countries every day. The Shanghai Maglev transportation with speed of 267.8 mile per hour, the first commercial maglev railway in the world built in 2002, connects these two international airports and the center of the city, where the 12 lines of elevated light rail train take you to every core urban district as well as neighbouring suburban districts. The bus and trolleybuses will then take you to every corner of the metropolitan and surrounding areas.

Shanghai is also a tourist destination renowned for its skyscrapers, historical landmarks, a constellation of dining, drinking and dancing spots and its thrilling energy. Shanghai is a city that never sleeps.

As the locals in Shanghai put it, “Blessed are those born in Shanghai as they have the most chances to taste delicious food”. Shanghai Cuisine is not one of the Eight Major Cuisines of China but is a choice blend of the most appealing aspects of these Cuisines. Also, Shanghai's chefs are always ready to adopt the best aspects of foreign cuisines and make them their own. Therefore, it may be safely to say that you can enjoy all the best food from home and abroad for all budgets when in Shanghai.

Welcom to Shanghai

 

 

 

 

 

 

 





 
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