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Contrast of new and old

When I saw this view I was mesmerized. I saw the traditional Chinese roofs and then in the background 2 of the 4 high towers in Shanghai. I was speechless.
Charlotte Matthys
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Cradle of financial growth and tourist china

With nearly 22 million people and is the most populous city in China and one of the largest in the world. Located in the Yangtze River Delta, east of China, originally was dedicated to fishing and textiles, but began to grow in the nineteenth century as a seaport and as a hub of trade relations with Western powers. In the early 90s of last century, began a spectacular Shaghai financial and tourism growth, becoming home to many international companies and the construction of numerous avant-garde skyscrapers. It is referred to as a tourist destination for its attractions such as the Bund, the Pudong skyscrapers, the Jade Buddha Temple and City God and the Garden of Choo, among many others. In 2010 he hosted the Universal Exhibition of future urbanism. On my visit a few days, I had the misfortune of meeting a rainy throughout the time I was there time, which curtailed me greatly when visiting the most important places and also for not having enough light to make good pictures. In the pictures I bring to comment aspects of the city, the Malecon Garden Choo, the Jade Buddha Temple and the buildings on the banks of the river are reflected.

Cuna del crecimiento financiero y turístico de china

Con casi 22 millones de habitantes es la ciudad más poblada de China y una de las mayores del mundo. Situada en el delta del río Yangtsé, al Este de China, en sus orígenes se dedicaba a la pesca y textiles, aunque comenzó a crecer en el Siglo XIX como puerto de mar y como eje de las relaciones comerciales con las potencias occidentales.
En la década de los años 90 del siglo pasado, Shaghai inició un espectacular crecimiento financiero y turístico, convirtiéndose en sede de numerosas empresas internacionales y por la construcción de numerosos rascacielos de diseño vanguardista.
Es referencia como destino turístico por sus monumentos como el Bund, Los rascacielos del Pudong, los Templos del Buda de Jade y del Dios de la Ciudad y el Jardín de Choo, entre otros muchos.
En 2010 fue sede de la Exposición Universal sobre el urbanismo del futuro.
En mi visita de pocos días, tuve la mala fortuna de encontrarme con un tiempo lluvioso a lo largo del tiempo que estuve allí, lo que me coartó notablemente a la hora de visitar los lugares más emblemáticos y, también, por no disponer de suficiente luz para realizar buenas imágenes.
En las fotografías que aporto al comentario se reflejan aspectos de la ciudad, del Malecón, del Jardín de Choo, del Templo del Buda de Jade y de los edificios en la rivera del río.
José María Pérez Muñoz
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It is the largest city of the republi...

It is the largest city of the Republic of China, with 18.45 million people in 2008, and one of the biggest cities in the world. It means "to, at, or above" and "sea". Among its main attractions are: The historic street, the Bund, where will you be able hayar 24 buildings in which it was clear the power of England in colonial times with a range of architectural styles, from neoclassical, Gothic, Renaissance , through the Romanesque, Baroque and ending with the famous Art Deco. The majestic Pearl TV Tower East, in the district of Pundong (is the 3rd highest in the world). The Yuyuan Gardens. The People's Square with its crescent shape. It contains the Shanghai Museum, Government Building, the Grand Theatre and Shanghai Exhibition Hall Urban Planning. The Jade Buddha Temple, where you can see beautiful Buddha statues from Burma. The Jin Mao Tower, the 5th highest in the world, you can go up and see the sights (the pictures that I offer in this corner are taken from Jin Mao) Jing'an Temple and of course going to the boardwalk where to see the sights most spectacular of Shanghai with its key witness, the Huangpu River (for which you can take a cruise night dream at night, with all the buildings lit). It alucianante, I assure you I offer a panoramic of this impressive and chaotic city.

Es la ciudad más grande de la República Popular China, con 18.450.000 habitantes en 2008, y una de las ciudades más pobladas del mundo.

Significa "hasta, en, o por encima" y "mar".

Entre sus principales atracciones se encuentran:

Su histórica calle, el Bund, donde vais a poder hayar 24 edificios en los que quedó patente el poder de Inglaterra en su etapa colonial con toda una gama de estilos arquitectónicos, desde
el neoclásico, al gótico, renacentista, pasando por el románico, barroco y terminando por el famoso Art decó.

La majestuosa Torre de Televisión Perla de Oriente, en el distrito de Pundong (es la 3ª mas alta del mundo).

Los Jardines Yuyuan.

La Plaza del Pueblo con su forma de media luna. En ella se encuentran el Museo de Shanghái, el Edificio Gubernamental, el Gran Teatro de Shanghái y el Salón de Exposiciones de Planificación Urbanística.

En el Templo del Buda de Jade, precioso lugar donde podeis ver estatuas de Buda procedente de Birmania.

La torre Jin Mao, la 5ª más alta del mundo, podeis subir y ver las vistas (las fotos que os ofrezco en este rincón están tomadas desde Jin Mao)

El Templo Jing’an y por supuesto el Malecón donde vais a poder ver las vistas más espectaculares de Shanghai con su testigo principal, el rio Huangpu (por el cual podeis de noche hacer un crucero de ensueño por la noche, con todos los edificios iluminados). Es alucianante, os lo aseguro

Os ofrezco unas panoramicas de esta impresionante y caótica ciudad.
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Shanghai, an unforgettable experience

Shanghai is a city of contrasts. It is divided by the Huangpu River. On one side, the Bund retains some buildings of gothic, Romanesque, Neoclassical, Baroque and Renaissance origin that are a legacy of the first commercial district of the city. On the other side, the Pudong offers a more modern view of the city thanks to the unmistakable skyline which is one of the most iconic images of the city. Shanghai is a city that has become a financial, industrial, cultural and tourist, able to combine modernity with skyscrapers impressive colonial buildings and traditional houses giant. Jim Mao recommend up to a bar "Cloud 9" on the 87th floor. The minimum consumption is a drink that charge entry and are 100 yuan, if you make it to euros are like 12 euros which is what usually costs you a drink in a place ficho Madrid. But do not regret the views are stunning and you can be too late. It is very curious because this up in a hotel and have to go through stretches down one and lifts up another.

Shanghai, una experiencia inolvidable

Shanghái es la ciudad de contrastes. Se encuentra dividida por el río Huangpu. A un lado, el Bund conserva algunos edificios de origen gótico, románico, neoclásico, barroco y renacentista que constituyen un legado del primer distrito comercial de la ciudad. En la otra orilla, esta Pudong ofrece una visión más moderna de la ciudad gracias al inconfundible skyline que forma una de las imágenes más representativas de la ciudad. Shanghái es una ciudad que se ha convertido en un gigante financiero, industrial, cultural y turístico, capaz de aunar la modernidad de impresionantes rascacielos con los edificios coloniales y las casas tradicionales.
Recomiendo subir al Jim Mao hay un bar "Cloud 9" en el piso 87. El consumo mínimo es una copa que te cobran a la entrada y son 100 yuanes, que si lo conviertes a euros son como 12 euros que es lo que te suele costar una copa en un lugar ficho de Madrid. Pero no te arrepentiras de las vistas son impresionantes y puedes estar hasta muy tarde. Es muy curioso subir porque esta dentro de un hotel y teneís que ir por tramos en ascensores bajar de uno y subir a otro.
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Although shanghai is a city with skys...

Although Shanghai is a city with skyscrapers in the world, with an architecture that in many cases straight out of the film Blad Runner, not all neighborhoods are the same. For a bit of traditional Chinese architecture I recommend you go to the call Old Chinese City, Shanghai area located on the western bank of the Huangpu River, south of the famous Bund promenade. The large houses in this area, almost all full of malls and shops, are well preserved and will make you feel like you're in another city. The neighborhood is very touristy and is always crowded. One of the most famous attractions of this area are the Yuyuan Gardens, the most popular Chinese Gardens in Shanghai. Also, very close, there is also an interesting bazaar of the same name. Other things to see in this area are: Dajing Market Street, Baiyun Temple, the antique market Fuyou, Chenxiangge Buddhist convent, the Dongtai Antique Market Fazangjiang or temple.

A pesar de que Shanghai es una de las ciudades con más rascacielos del mundo, con una arquitectura que en muchos casos parece sacada de la película Blad Runner, no todos sus barrios son iguales.

Para ver un poco de arquitectura china tradicional os recomiendo que vayáis a la llamada Antigua Ciudad China, una zona de Shanghai situada en la orilla occidental del río Huangpu, al sur del famoso paseo del Bund.

Las enormes casas de esta zona, casi todas repletas de centros comerciales y tiendas, están muy bien conservadas y te harán sentir como si estuvieras en otra ciudad. El barrio es muy turístico y siempre está abarrotado de gente.

Una de las atracciones más famosas de esta zona son los jardines de Yuyuan, los jardines chinos más populares de Shanghai. Además, muy cerca, también hay un interesante bazar del mismo nombre.

Otras cosas que ver en esta zona son: El mercado de la calle Dajing, el templo de Baiyun, el mercado de antigüedades de Fuyou, el convento budista de Chenxiangge, el mercado de antigüedades de Dongtai o el templo Fazangjiang.
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Bohemian

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Muy bohemio

Calle con galerías de arte, cafés...
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City immense, cold and wet, but worth...

City immense, cold and wet, but worth it. If salts Pudong, culture shock is intense. Out of Pudong and the Bund, no one speaks English, and is very difficult to move even in Taxi. The best thing for this is to get cards of places to visit which are in Chinese (pinyin neither used nor the cat). It is useful to learn the Chinese gestures for numbers (especially 6, 7, 8, 9 and 10), because the pronunciation in Chinese is very difficult, and even if you think you're saying "6 beers please", may understand something very different, though, if it is true, that in general people are very friendly and hospitable, make every effort to understand them, and are very grateful that try to make you understand in your language. My particularly loved the food, is varied, but if you do not like spicy eye should go with. The street food is varied on Sanghai, and very cheap (There's also ham) is the park that people in Shanghai used to be photographed at weddings. It is full of cherry trees, and spring is beautiful.

Ciudad inmensa, fría y húmeda, pero merece la pena. Si sales de Pudong, el choque cultural es intenso. Fuera de Pudong y del Bund, nadie habla ingles, y es muy complicado moverse incluso en Taxi. Lo mejor para esto es hacerse con tarjetas de los lugares a visitar, que estén en chino (el pinyin tampoco lo usa ni el gato). Es útil aprender los gestos chinos para los números (sobre todo 6, 7, 8 9 y 10), por que la pronunciación en chino es muy difícil, y aunque te creas que estás diciendo "6 cervezas por favor", puede que entiendan algo muy distinto; aunque, si es verdad, que en general la gente es bastante amable y hospitalaria, hacen todo lo posible por que les entiendas, y agradecen mucho el que intentes hacerte entender en su idioma. A mi en particular la comida me encantó; es variadísima, aunque si no te gusta el picante debes andar con ojo.

La comida en la calle en Sanghai es muy variada, y muy barata (También hay jamón)

Es el parque que los habitantes de Shanghai usan para fotografiarse en las bodas. Está lleno de cerezos, y en primavera es precioso.
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Megacity

Totaly different from other large Chinese cities, no gardens or parks momunmentos or relevant. Tremendous people in their development and extension. Canned era buildings of the European colonies (the Bund), but the highlight is its skyline. Currently holds the world's tallest building: Shanghai World Finance Building, next to the Jinmao (340 m), the two highest city. Essential upload any of them and 360 º view of the city. Also essential, a cruise on the Huangpu River from where there is a bank of the Bund, and in the other the Pudong area where skyscrapers tower also features comunciaciones called the Pearl of the Orient. Walking down the street Nanjing (Nanking) is an experience day trading, and night light, one more in the mass of humanity that runs.

Megápolis

Totalemente diferente al resto de grandes ciudades chinas, carece de momunmentos o jardines o parques relevantes. Tremenda en su desarrollo por habitantes y extensión. Conserva edificios de la época de las colonias europeas (el Bund) , pero lo más destacable es su skyline. Ostenta el actualmente edificio más alto del mundo: Shanghai World Finance Building, al lado del Jinmao (340 m), los dos más altos de la ciudad. Imprescindible subir a alguno de ellos y contemplar la ciudad 360º.

Imprescindible también, un crucero por el río Huangpu desde donde se contempla a una orilla el Bund, y en la otra el Pudong, zona de rascacielos donde también destaca la torre de comunciaciones llamada la Perla de Oriente.

Pasear por la calle Nanjing (Nankín) es toda una experiencia comercial de día, y luminosa de noche, siendo uno más dentro de la masa humana que la recorre.
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Jardins x-cus arranha

Shanghai foi um surpreendeu me quite place. Passamos by l na nossa volta to China ea Caminho do Japo, thermoses aps passado by Hong Kong and Macau. Ð This duas different ltimas, Shanghai Antigo tem um side and interessante e muito tempo ao mesmo, um muito modern and large side. Essas Photos Two Jardins, so you Jardins Yuyuan, two famous mais um and as voc prune Perceber mapping ele com uma tranqilidade esses lakes, tents, and rvores mesmo ao tempo, huge prdios construdos founded Sendo year. Muito worth a visit. E to ter to do financeiro center of Pudong view that incrvel uma vosta, voc park prune or not go at The Bund and appreciate you arranha cous.

Jardins x arranha-céus

Shanghai foi um lugar que me surpreendeu bastante. Passamos por lá na nossa volta para a China e a caminho do Japão, após termos passado por Hong Kong e Macau. Diferente destas duas últimas, Shanghai tem um lado antigo e muito interessante e ao mesmo tempo, um lado muito moderno e grande. Essas fotos dos jardins, são os jardins de Yuyuan, um dos mais famosos e como você pode perceber ele traz uma tranqüilidade com esses lagos, carpas, árvores e ao mesmo tempo, prédios enormes sendo construídos ao fundo. Vale muito a visita. E para ter a vista do centro financeiro de Pudong, que é uma vosta incrível, você pode ir até o parque no The Bund e apreciar os arranha-céus.
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Shanghai on 5 days

In October 2008 I was fortunate to travel to Shanghai to attend a conference; This fact, coupled with traveling alone, I provided many free hours over five days, which took the opportunity to wander and lose myself in alleys outside the tour, which allowed me to take some snapshots that are rarely seen in the travel brochures.

Shanghai en 5 días

En Octubre de 2008 tuve la suerte de viajar a Shanghai para asistir a un congreso; Este hecho, unido a que viajaba solo, me proporcionó muchas horas libres a lo largo de 5 días, las cuales aproveché para pasear y perderme entre callejuelas, fuera de los circuitos turísticos, lo que me permitió tomar unas instantáneas que no se suelen ver en los catálogos de viajes.
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A skyline of the past and future

Shanghai is one of the most fascinating cities in the world, and every time I go I feel transported to Los Angeles allegedly was in Blade Runner. The Shanghai Skyline as seen from the Bund, is a leap forward for centuries, whereas if we go to the other side of the river, the British colonial history predominates, with buildings of Customs and the Bank of Hong Kong

Un skyline del pasado y del futuro

Shanghai es una de las ciudades más fascinantes del mundo, y cada vez que voy me siento transportado a la que supuestamente era Los Ángeles en Blade Runner. El Skyline de Shangai, visto desde el Bund, es como un salto al futuro de siglos, mientras que si nos vamos al otro lado del río, la historia colonial británica es la que predomina, con los edificios de la Aduana y el Banco de Hong Kong
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Shanghai -

The city of Shanghai () the most cosmopolitan of China, being the economic center and businesses in the country. This does not mean, however, that the city is one turstica. Its skyscrapers, historical sites, shops of all kinds, bustling nightlife, parks and other attractions is only supported by excellent public transport such as metro thymus, absurd amount of taxis and an extremely helpful people.

Shanghai - 上海

A cidade de Shanghai (上海) é a mais cosmopolita da China, sendo o centro econômico e de negócios do país. Isso não significa, no entanto, que não seja uma cidade turística. Seus arranha-céus, locais históricos, lojas dos mais variados tipos, vida noturna agitada, parques e demais atrações são apoiados por excelente transporte público, como ótimo metrô, quantidade absurda de táxis e um povo extremamente prestativo.
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Old town in shanghai

The old city of Shanghai (Old Town), one of the most beautiful places of the metropolis. In addition to the famous Yu Gardens, here you can do some shopping of all kinds: false objects, handicrafts, souvenirs, clothes, decorations for each party, and who more it has more and so forth! The important bargain (the sellers speak two words of English). The food is another reason to go to the old city, especially the street food: do not panic if the streets were unclean and the stands seem unhygienic - great food and economic, but above all authentic! Avoiding things raw! I lived in Shanghai for many years and I went often to the old city, when I was guest. We often ate dumplings, fried bread and rolls and we have never been hurt! Finally, the old city for discovering the traditional Shanghai, although the modernity is unfortunately invading. However, you can still admire many historic buildings, small temples and markets, and see how it performs the daily life of shanghaiesi. The old town can be reached by subway, stop Yu Garden, or by taxi, always asking the famous gardens. Avoid weekends or feast, because the area gets really crowded.

Città vecchia di shanghai

La città vecchia di Shanghai (Old Town) è uno dei luoghi più belli di questa metropoli. Oltre che ai famosissimi Giardini di Yu, qui si può fare shopping di tutti i tipi: oggetti falsi, artigianato locale, souvenir, vestiti, decorazioni per ogni festa, e chi più ne ha più ne metta! L'importante è contrattare (i venditori parlano due parole d'inglese). Il cibo è un altro motivo per recarsi alla città vecchia, soprattutto lo street food: non spaventatevi se le vie sono poco pulite e gli stand sembrano poco igienici - il cibo è ottimo ed economico, ma soprattutto autentico! Basta evitare le cose crude! Ho vissuto a Shanghai per molti anni e mi sono recata spesso alla città vecchia, quando avevo ospiti. Abbiamo spesso mangiato ravioli, pane fritto ed involtini e non siamo mai stati male! Infine, la città vecchia è perfetta per scoprire la Shanghai tradizionale, anche se la modernità la sta purtroppo invadendo. Tuttavia, si possono ancora ammirare molti edifici storici, piccoli templi e mercati, e vedere come si svolge la vita quotidiana degli shanghaiesi. La città vecchia si raggiunge in metropolitana, fermata dei Yu Garden, o in taxi, chiedendo sempre dei famosi giardini. Evitate il fine settimana o le festività, perché la zona diventa davvero affollata.
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World financial center

Stunning views over 400 meters high! Worth the climb, so if the camera ready. Highly Recommended! Cojes two elevators, the first upload over 100 stories in 15 seconds and the second rises 10 floors to let in the highest part of the building, floor and walls to be fed up with making crystal photos. For you to see how tall he is regarded as the towers are the Pearl of the Orient and the Jing Mao.

World financial center

Impresionantes vistas a mas de 400 m de altura !!! Vale la pena subir, eso si con la cámara de fotos preparada. Muy recomendable !!!
Cojes dos ascensores, el primero sube mas de 100 pisos en 15 segundos y el segundo sube 10 pisos para dejarte en la parte mas alta del edificio, suelo y paredes cristalinos para hartare de hacer fotos. Para que veáis lo alto que es mirar como se ven las Torres de la Perla de Oriente y la Jing Mao.
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City of shanghai

For those who like more urban mute here you have a photo of the city of Shanghai .... a city that I especially like pr contrasts traditional and modern, in a moment you are in the world's most modern street full of colored lights and Gucci, Chanel etc and 5min later walked into an alley and it was like stepping back in time to ancient times with its more traditional shops or meet a Buddhist temple among modern buildings.

Ciudad de shanghai

Para quien le guste mas el mudo urbano aqui os dejo una foto de la ciudad de Shanghai....una ciudad que a mi especialmente me gusto pr sus contrastes modernos y tradicionales , en un momento estas en la calle mas moderna del mundo llena de luces de colores y tiendas de gucci,Chanel etc y 5min después entrabas en algún callejón y era como retroceder en el tiempo a la época antigua con sus tiendas mas tradicionales o en encontrarte con un templo budista entre edificios modernos.
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