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Tips for Visiting Shanghai

Michael Erin

Since 2014, Michael Erin has served as chief of staff and director of operations at The Las Vegas Global Economic Alliance, where he manages 18 employees and $4 million in revenue. In his free time, Michael Erin is an experienced world traveler who has visited destinations including Australia, Taipei, Hong Kong, and Shanghai.

Planning a trip to Shanghai can be very exciting, and also overwhelming. Here are tips to make the most out of a trip to the Chinese urban center.
First, visit the Shanghai Museum, uniquely built to resemble an ancient cooking vessel and home to an amazing collection of artifacts. Next, journey south of the People’s Square to the site of the First National Congress of the Communist Party of China, and a museum covering the party’s origins and more. To the east is an outdoor bazaar called the Dongtai Road Antiques Market, where visitors can purchase coins, maps, scrolls, and more.
A stroll to The Bund, Shanghai’s lovely waterfront, is perfect for photo opportunities. The Bund affords views of Shanghai’s most famous skyscrapers, including the Oriental Pearl TV Tower and the Shanghai World Financial Center.

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