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Shanghai Municipality, one of the four direct-controlled municipalities of China, is located in the Yangtze River Delta in East China. It is situated in the exact estuary of the Yangtze River in the middle portion of the Chinese coast. It adjoins the East China Sea in the east, Hangzhou Gulf in the south, Jiangsu in the west and north, Zhejiang provinces in the south. Shanghai is the largest and most developed city in China. It serves as the economic, financial, international trade and cultural center in East China.


As Shanghai is a part of the Yangtze River Delta, most areas of Shanghai are flat with an average elevation of only 4 meters. But there are a few hills in the southwest corner of Shanghai. China's second largest island, Chongming Island belongs to Shanghai Municipality.

Shanghai has a typical subtropical climate getting distinct four seasons with cold, damp winters and hot, humid summers. Spring is the most pleasant season to travel to Shanghai.


Shanghai is a considered as the East Paris by its unique charm. This city is not only a combination of the traditional and the modern, also it is a perfect blend of the western and the oriental. Chinese traditions together with western customs form the fashionable Shanghai culture.


When travel to Shanghai, there are a lot to see and to do from the modern architectures to historic sites, from delicate cuisine to commercial shopping. You can see Yuyuan Gardens, Oriental Pearl Tower, Zhujiajiao Water Town, Classic Western architecture, modern architecture, temples and the Bund. You can shop at Nanjing Road, drink at a tea house, take a boat on the river, and taste those popular delicious dishes like Boil eel, three yellow chicken, fried shrimp and Shanghai drunk crab.
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