The Bund4-star

Last Update: 2008-6-9; By cactus   

Accessibity: 4-star

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Buildings in the Bund
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It's a outside beach,after more than 100 years' constructing ,now the buildings here combine both modernistic and classic style.The Bund, which extends from Jinling Road in the south to the Waibaidu Bridge in the north, is a 1.5-kilometer-long boulevard on the western bank of the Huangpu River. Walking along Zhongshan Road, not only can visitors enjoy the scenery of Huangpu River but have a glimpse of the development of Lujiazui district on the other side of Huangpu River. The architecture along the Bund is unanimously honored as a "World Architectural Fair", including all kinds of tall buildings like the Gothic style, the Baroque style, the Roman style, the classical style, the Renaissance style and the combination of Chinese and Western style. a. lover's wall Being 1700 meters long, the lover's wall is a box-structure wall with reviewing stand built above to prevent the flood. The reviewing stand was paved with 140 thousand colored bricks and granite stone with 32 semi-circled reviewing balconies facing the Huangpu River, 64 squared lights along those balconies. The reviewing stand is arranged with 21 bowl-shaped flower terraces, square or six-angled pavilions and stone benches of all shapes. b. "World Architectural Fair" The quintessence of the Bund is architectures lined up along the Bund, the so-called "World Architectural Fair". There are well-known China Bank building, Peace Hotel, Customs building and HSBC Bank building. Those buildings are harmonious both in architecture colors and skyline. No matter it is a far look or a stroll between the buildings, you can feel its grandeur, elegant and dignified bearing.

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Edition HistoryEditLocation:

East one zhanshan road, shanghai

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Edition HistoryEdit Opening Time:
All day

Edition HistoryEdit How to get there:
Bus Routes: No.20, 22, 37, 42, 55, 71, 135, 921

Edition HistoryEdit Tips:
Recommended time for a visit: Night

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4-stargunnar Says:2008-8-6 22:40:00
The Bund is the only place in Shanghai you should not miss. Try to go there in the night time when all the buildings both on the Bund side and on the Pudong side are illuminated. Presently, as the city of Shanghai is saving on electricity, the best time to go is early friday or saturday evenings before 21:00. At other times the buildings are only partly lit.

5-starchinatravelservice Says:2008-1-25 2:06:00
The Bund is a living museum of Shanghai's colonial past. Foreign buildings of 20th-century are well protected.

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