Things To Do In Shanghai In SeptemberShanghai In September and What to do!

Last Update: 16th November 2019
What are the 10 Best Things To Do In Shanghai In September?
It is a little cool in Shanghai in September with a little rain. It is comfortable to explore Shanghai in this month. As one of the oldest open ports in China, Shanghai is endowed with tens of old historical and cultural spots and modern buildings to discover and other interesting things to experience.

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In September, it is good to take a cruise to explore the buildings along the Huangpu River, especially at night. The cruise will take you pass under several old bridges in Shanghai, including Yangpu Bridge, and Nanpu Bridge. At night, the old buildings at the Bund and modern buildings at the east bank of the river in the colorful lights present their beauty to the fullest.
The Bund is home to one of the Old Shanghai landmarks – Garden Bridge of Shanghai, an all-steel structure and Shanghai Fairmont Peach Hotel and other old historical and cultural European buildings for more than 100 years. If you would like to see the most beautiful aspects of the Bund, it is suggested that you explore it at night.
Nanjing Road offers old historical European buildings, creative sculptures, exquisite street lamps, flower beds and old-style telephone booths to appreciate. It is home to local time-honored bands. In addition, you will find several international brands there as well as delicious snacks from all over the country in small lanes on the road.
Zhujiajiao Water Town features the Beida Street – No. 1 street in the Ming (1368 – 1644) and Qing (1644 – 1912) Dynasties in Shanghai. It is lined with old buildings many of which are transformed into interesting stores. When walking into small and deep old lanes in the town, you may find more exciting things. The traditional boat there offers you a chance to explore the town on the river.
Yuyuan Old Street is well-known for local tasty snacks, fine handicrafts and the antique buildings in the Qing Dynasty. The street is named after the Yu Garden originally built in the Ming Dynasty. At the garden, you could see well-preserved buildings as well as rare and precious exhibits such as a golden bowl in the Tang Dynasty (618 – 907) and other old classical Chinese paintings.
With a medieval Gothic style, Xujiahui Catholic Church features two bell towers on the top of the main hall. The interior offers fine decorations. The stained glass tells some stories of Jesus Christ to visitors. If you could understand Mandarin and it is open to the public when you explore it, the professional guide will introduce some of the church to you in Chinese to make your visit more meaningful.
Xintiandi is one of the most popular spots among foreign visitors in Shanghai. Creative boutiques, bars, restaurants, and cafes there are transformed from the one-of-a-kind structure in Shanghai – Shikkumen. It is a paradise for foodies, and shopping lovers. In addition, Shikumen is a type of great photography material.
If you want to immerse yourself in rich artistic atmosphere during your stay in Shanghai, M50 Creative Park is a good option. You could find some artists creating their own works at the studio. Or, you could leave your graffiti works there. The park is also transformed from old workshops near the Suzhou River.
Shanghai is dotted with European buildings. When you wander around the city of Shanghai, one or two may come into your sight. However, Shanghai French Concession offers old but well-preserved concentrated buildings in Shanghai. Some of the buildings are shelters to locals for nearly 100 hundred years while others have been changed into interesting shops.
With an exhibition area of more than 7,000 square meters, Shanghai Urban Planning Exhibition Center offers visitors a chance to get a little acquainted with the urban planning and construction achievements of Shanghai in the past decades years. High-tech means is employed to present the great changes which have taken place in Shanghai.



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