Shanghai, China is one of the top spots in the world to visit. With its expansive size and history, the hardest part of traveling this bustling city is choosing what to see during your trip. Originally a small fishing village under the Yuan Dynasty in 1292, Shanghai has become one of the largest and most densely populated cities in the world. Some of the must-see destinations are the numerous temples, museums, sprawling gardens, and of course, China's own Disney Resort.
The Bund Promenade is nearly a one-mile long walkway along the Huangpu River that is a vital part of Shanghai's history. It's also one of the most popular destinations for tourists and residents. Some of the sites you'll see on the promenade include the Broadway mansions, the Bank of China, Union Church, and the Meteorological Signal Tower. Across from the promenade, guests get a fantastic view of modern skyscrapers that line the opposite shoreline.
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