Views of The Bund and the Huangpu River
A D Guida Video Productions, our Travel Diva Hessie + a d (tony to you) himself, visited China and Tibet in October 2011. Shanghai was the first stop on our itinerary. On the very night of our arrival we walked on the promenade by the Bund and Huangpu River.
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The famous river avenue in Shanghai, China. Panorama & landscape.
Video of a super-cheesy and over-rated sightseeing tunnel that goes under the Huangpu river. There's no reason to ride this thing.
In Shanghai, Joe decides to do as the locals do and start the day with some Tai Chi in the park. This ancient practice of movement and meditation gets him ready to meet his co-host, Tianran, at her home.
Tianranâs family is very welcoming, and teaches Joe to use chopsticks. Tianran, a former gymnast, promises to take Joe to the circus school for a class later on. First, she wants to take him on a tour of Shanghai, starting with the citys most famous landmark the Oriental Pearl TV Tower. At the top of the tower, the duo takes in a breathtaking view of Shanghai. For a closer look at the city, Tianran and Joe take a Huangpu River Cruise and decide to investigate even closer by going under the river in the Bund Sightseeing Tunnel.
Feeling hungry, Joe and Tianran break for lunch at a popular dumpling restaurant in Yu Garden. Stepping outside the restaurant, they enter an oasis the YuYuan Garden. They wander through the park and stop to look at The City Temple of God, where Joe lights some incense. Exiting the Garden, Joe is drawn to a herbal medicine stall, perhaps to find an energy booster for the circus class he will soon be taking! At the circus school, a Shanghaiese acrobat gives Tianran and Joe a lesson before they head back out to Fangban Lu Market for a moon cake, in honour of the upcoming Moon Festival.
The pair hops on bikes and pedal to Xiang Yang Market, so Joe can try to find a souvenir for his mother. While Joe sees many stores selling North American CDs and DVDs, he wants to see something more traditional. Tianran knows just the place. She takes him to her university, where they receive a special private performance by some traditional dancers. Next, Joe and Tianran head to Mr. Guos Teahouse, a traditional Chinese teahouse whose proprietor teaches them how tea can be used to treat sore muscles. The day ends with an acrobatic show at the New Shanghai Circus spectacular!
Still in Xin Tian Di of Shanghai. Look at the old time Shanghai Architecture.
We leave here to NanJing Dong Road Shopping Street near The Bund.
The Bund in Shanghai.
After this visit, we progress towards our lunch before departing from Shanghai City
After completing the visit in Three-Kingdom Studio, we progressed towards the Shanghai City.
On Arrival, shopping in Da Tong Yang, and then followed by dinner.
In the evening, We visited the Bund which is very well-lighted. We took the tourism underwater tunnel from The Bund towards the Pudong side.
After completing the visit in Three-Kingdom Studio, we progressed towards the Shanghai City. On Arrival, shopping in Da Tong Yang, and then followed by dinner. In the evening, We visited the Bund which is very well-lighted. We took the tourism underwater tunnel from The Bund towards the Pudong side.
shuffling around in china! XD
location are as follow :-
the great wall of china
the temple of heaven
wild goose pagoda xian
xin tian di shanghai
the bund / oriental pearl tower
enjoy the video =)
constructive critisism are welcomed ! :D
special thanks to jonathan kuan and the security guard =)
Walking along the Bund in Shanghai, you're constantly pestered by street vendors. Here are some clips of Sara and I saying "No."
Some Chinese people taking wedding photos on the Bund in Shanghai.
While walking around the Bund these little girls came up to us and started asking us questions, they said they were little journalists.
http://bestflights.co.za/internationalflights/china/shanghai - Visit for more information on Shanghai, China
Shanghai, in China, had a population of over 23 million in 2010. This leading global city has a significant influence in commerce, culture, finance, media, fashion, technology and transport.
What to see / do
• The Bund
• Nanjing Road
• Yuyuan Garden
• Jade Buddha Temple
• Shanghai Xin Tian Di - A street composed of Shikumen and modern architectural style
• Oriental Pearl TV Tower
• Lupu Bridge
• Shanghai Ocean Aquarium
• Shanghai World Financial Center
• Qibao Ancient Town
• Shanghai Confucius Temple
• Longhua Temple Fair
• Shanghai International Tea Culture Festival
• Shanghai Peach Blossom Festival
• Dragon Boat Festival
• Shanghai Tourism Festival
• Shanghai Arts Festival
• Shanghai International Marathon
On the western banks of the Huangpu river, Shanghai's Bund waterfront is one of the city's most symbolic venues. Dan Chung spends a day filming the scenes