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Average Flying Time11 hours 59 minutes
Airline FlyingChina Eastern, Virgin Atlantic, British Airways, Emirates, Air China
Average Flying Kms9235kms
Best Time to TravelJanuary, February, October to December
Time Zone UTC/GMT +8 hours
Foreign Exchange Rate1.00 GBP = 9.44323 CNY
Modes of TransportBy metro, Bus, Taxi, Sightseeing Bus, Ferry, Bicycle, Car, Scooter, E-bike, Sidecar
Why Fly to Shanghai
Top Places to Visit
One of the tallest structures in China, it is one of the most notable high-rises amidst the stunning skyline of Shanghai. Although under construction, it is a great view while roaming around the city for sightseers
Also known as Yuyuan Garden, this is one of the most beautiful parks in the Old City of Shanghai. The most attractive feature of the park is the massive boulder – an exquisite Jade Rock.
Erected by the Huangpu River, it is among the famous landmarks in the bucket list. The tower was employed to host the Chinese Live Earth concert. Wander about during night to see the brightly lit tower in different colours.
This tower is another fascinating structure, which has storeys up to 88. Known to be among the tallest buildings in the world, this tower has hosted several interesting events throughout every year.
Flooded with tourists all year around, the museum brims with ancient Chinese art. Located at the People's Square, the museum features 11 galleries for viewing ranging from ceramics, calligraphy, jades, seals, sculpture and many more.
A walking friendly precinct, it is an excellent spot for entertainment, dinning and shopping. Eat out to your heart's content and shop til you drop at the numerous shopping malls and restaurants all around the place.
Visited by many pilgrims, this is among the most visited Buddhist temples In Shanghai. The Grand Hall and the Jade Buddha Chamber is must to explore for amazing and ancient sights.
Housing exhibits of animals more than 6,000 there are over 600 Chinese animals that are worth a glimpse for its endanger threat. Some of the favourites are giant panda, golden snub monkey, South China tiger, black bulbul and great hornbills.
Featuring a series of main halls, this Buddhist Temple was a rebuilt after the Qing Dynasty. Brimmed with remarkable architecture, this temple has gained great popularity among Buddhists from all over the world.