Experience the old China in modern attire
Shanghai’s architecture ranges from ultra-modern high-rises to centuries-old Chinese temples, and everything in between. The city’s oldest buildings can be found along the Bund and include examples from the French colonial period. A walk along this wide promenade is an absolute must. You should also visit the Jade Buddha Temple and join in with the local people from around Fuoxen Park who spend their free time here. The symbol of modern Shanghai is the Oriental Pearl TV Tower with its coloured balls. The tower is home to various attractions, but naturally the most important of these is the glorious view of the city it affords. Shanghai is the ideal destination for a city trip and the perfect starting point for a longer holiday in China. Expect to be surprised: book a flight to Shanghai now!
Delicious food and unbridled dancing
Shanghai becomes even more vibrant after sunset. Enjoy delicious Chinese specialities in the city’s many restaurants; smaller-scale restaurants can be found in the old city. Looking for something chic? The Bund promenade has numerous fine dining restaurants. It is also home to several nightclubs and trendy rooftop bars with wonderful views of the Huangpu River and glistening skyline of Shanghai.
Flights to Shanghai for a unique city trip
Looking for a cheap flight to Shanghai? With KLM, your holiday begins the moment you step onboard. Your journey will fly by with your own entertainment set on intercontinental flights: free films, games and music. Enjoy our selection of snacks or a tasty dinner and drinks. Add in our many handy extra services (some available for a supplement) and you’ll be in China before you know it.
As in many other Chinese cities, Shanghai’s nightlife is concentrated around several districts which together offer plenty of entertainment for many weeks of fun. Cafés and bars are always crowded, and the clubs are focused on attracting the world’s best DJs and organising special theme events: keep your eyes on the nightlife…
The Bund is the ‘golden mile’ of Shanghai. This collection of colonial bank buildings, consulates and hotels is one of the favourite hangouts of the locals. On the promenade, the view of the historic façades of the Bund competes with Shanghai’s modern skyline across the Huangpu River.
The Yuyuan Garden is a supreme example of Chinese landscaping. This classic garden in the heart of Shanghai includes water and rock features that were designed in accordance with feng shui principles to the utmost precision. With its organised asymmetry and diversity of…
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Average travel time: 10 hour and 35 min