Things To Do In Shanghai In AprilVisiting Shanghai In April and What to do!

Last Update: 13th November 2019
What are the 10 Best Things To Do In Shanghai In April?
In early April, it is a little cold in Shanghai but it is getting warmer and warmer from the middle April on. Thus, it is suggested that you take a sweater, a jacket and a coat to get changed when the weather changes. Let’s see the things to do in Shanghai in April for your visit in that month.

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Shanghai Qibao Town is the closest old town to the city of Shanghai. The well-known old street there is lined with old but well-preserved buildings. Some of them are transformed into local handicraft workshops. Some of them offers delicious local cuisine. The town offers the traditional Chinese wedding in the ancient times to visitors and the best glass dewaxing casting room in the world.
European buildings in Shanghai French Concession could offer a feeling that they are in Europe but on in Shanghai to you. However, when you see locals there, you will come back to the reality. Some of the buildings are privately owned and not opened to the public while some of the former residences of the late leaders of the Republic of China (1912 – 1949) welcome the visitors.
Acclaimed as the tallest building in Shanghai, Shanghai Tower rises into the sky in a form of a spiral. On weekends and festivals, it presents the stunning light show. During the sunset, it stands out with a background of the sunset glow. In addition, if interested, you could take the high-speed lift to the viewpoint on the 118th floor within 60 seconds to appreciate the panoramic views of the city.
Compared to the number of visitors in March, that in April at the Bund will be much bigger as it is turning warmer and warmer in Shanghai. Many Chinese domestic and foreign visitors love to admire the attractive views there. The Bund International Architecture Exhibition during the sunset shows its own charm too.
Want to experience the collision of the local tradition and fashion in Shanghai? Nanjing Road is one of the choices in the city. The local time-honored brands and the luxury international brands compete with each other in the old buildings. At the lanes there, snacks stores can meet the need of foodies as well.
With a classical garden in regions of south of the Yangtze River, Yu Garden was originally a private garden in the past. It was opened to the public in 1961. Most of the garden is decorated with exquisite brick, wooden and stone carvings and clay sculptures. The old buildings there were built in the Ming or Qing Dynasty.
Yuyuan Old Street offers you a great chance to explore local folk custom, traditional handicrafts and local snacks. It is also home to antique buildings in the Qing Dynasty. The local time-honored Fan Shop of Li Yuan Ge on the street only features the cattail leaf fans. If you are interested, you also could explore Shanghai Temple of the Town God close to the street.
At Xintiandi, you will feel the perfect fusion of the tradition and the fashion through Shikumen – a unique architecture in Shanghai. The facade of Shikumen takes you back to the time while the modern interior decorations offer you a distinctive feeling. It is a combination of local life, international restaurants, cafes and bars.
As at 13th November 2019, Madame Tussauds Shanghai has 12 halls to explore. The wax figures there include the famous celebrities from China and around the world plus the characters at the Ice Age. If interested, you could show your good voice at the recording studio, singing your favorite songs with the original singers of which wax figures stand in the museum.
Originally completed in 1910, Xujiahui Catholic Church features the Medieval Gothic style. The 5-storey building has two Gothic bell towers on the top of the main Hall. It can accommodate more than 3,000 persons to do activities together. Several Masses are regularly held in the early morning every day.



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