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Located on the Yangtze River Delta, Shanghai is the most populated city in China. The Huangpu River, a man-made tributary of the Yangtze, divides the region into two parts - center of the city on the western bank and financial district Lujiazui on the eastern bank. With the world's busiest container port, Shanghai is a transport hub in the country. Described as the "Showpiece" of the booming economy of mainland China, the city is also known for Lujiazui skyline, museums, and historic buildings like the City God Temple, and more.


Lujiazui, the locality, known to be the "Wall Street of China" lies on the eastern bank of the River Huangpu and is home to more than 400 banks and financial institutions. Also in the area are 100s of high-rise buildings, several being city's landmark like the Oriental Pearl TV Tower, Jin Mao Tower, Shanghai World Financial Center, and Shanghai Tower. With approximately 2,073 ft of height, the Shanghai Tower is the tallest building in China.

Yuyuan Garden

The famous classical garden, Yuyuan Garden, is situated in Anren Jie, Shanghai. It was constructed by Pan Yunduan (a government officer) and was completed around 1577. Since its existence, the garden has been renovated numerous times. Spread over 20,000 square meters of land, the garden has nearly 6 scenic areas - Sansui Hall, Wanhua Chamber, Dianchun Hall, Huijing Hall, Yuhua Hall, and the Inner Garden. Several other interesting features of the garden include - stadium, corridors, halls, ponds, and more.

City God Temple

The City God Temple was originally devoted to the spirit of Jinshan or "Gold Mountain.” Later during Yongle period, the structure was turned into City God Temple by Ming Family. The temple has numerous halls like Grand Hall, Middle Hall, Bedroom Palace, Star Gods Hall, Yama Palace, and more. The popularity of the temple has led to the development of numerous gift shops and food joints around it converting streets into busy markets.