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Top 4 Places in Shanghai

Top 4 Places in Shanghai

Shanghai is one of four direct-controlled municipalities of People's Republic of China, 

and is further divided into 16 districts and 1 county. There is no single downtown district in 

Shanghai as the urban core is scattered across several districts. Basically, Shanghai is divided into two parts: Puxi and Pudong. The character Pu is from a river 

in Shanghai--Huangpu river. Xi and dong in Chinese means west and east. So Puxi literally 

means westside of the river and Pudong means east side of the river. Below you will find our top 4 Places  Shanghai

Huangpu District (黄浦区; Huángpǔ Qū)

Huangpu is now the location of the city hall, The Bund, and shopping areas including the 

famous Nanjing Road, Huaihai Road, and Xintiandi. 

Xuhui District (徐汇区XúhuìQū)

The Xuhui District is centred on Xujiahui, after which it is named. Xujiahui was historically 

land owned by Ming dynasty bureaucrat and scientist XuGuangqi, and later donated to the 

Roman Catholic Church. Being the core of Catholic Shanghai, the Xuhui District formed, 

together with neighbouringLuwan District, the former French Concession of Shanghai. 

Vestiges of the French influence can still be seen in the St. Ignatius Cathedral of Shanghai, 

Xuhui College, the Xujiahui Observatory, and some remaining boulevards and French-style 

districts. Xujiahui itself has been redeveloped as a commercial center, with a proliferation of large-scale 

shopping centers and department stores. Now it is a major shopping destination in the city.

Changning District (长宁区ChángníngQū) 

Changning District has a land area of 37.19 km² and a population of 690,000 as of 2010. The 

district government is located in 1320 Yuyuan Rd. Zhongshan Park and Shanghai Hongqiao 

International Airport are located in the district.

Jing'an District (静安区Jìng'ānQū) 

Jing'an District was named after Jing'an Temple, an ancient traditional Chinese Buddhist temple 

located in central of the district. Many of Shanghai's numerous expatriates live in Jing'an district 

and it houses several luxurious residential complexes in addition to having an extremely vibrant 

nightlife scene.

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