By Lauren Reid
Published: Friday, December 8, 2017
When you think of Shanghai, you may think of the bright lights of its skyline, but dig a little deeper and you'll see there's so much more to be discovered. Here are five of our favourite ways to see a different side to Shanghai.
1. See the Bund – from above or below
Take a ride in a driverless carriage through the Bund Sightseeing Tunnel. It’s a convenient and speedy way to travel from one side of Shanghai to the other, under the Huangpu River. But it’s also a very scenic way to go, too, as the tunnel is filled with stunning light projections.
If you’d prefer to stay above ground, the government has recently upgraded the walking track alongside the river so you can enjoy the views. The goal is for the track to reach 42km long – enough for a marathon!