I traveled to Shanghai, China, in late May. If I had been fluent in Chinese, I could have enjoyed the trip more, but I was impressed with a fine mixture of retro and modern elements in Shanghai. In this article, I will write about evening scene in the Pudong area as part of Day 2. The four major towers, shopping malls, office buildings and walking passes were lighted up respectively, which made the area more attractive.
[Visit Places (series of articles)]
* Day 1: Fly to Hongqiao International Airport
* Day 1: Waitan (The Bund)
* Day 1: Waitan (The Bund) (Light-up)
* Day 2: Oriental Pearl Tower
* Day 2: Jin Mao Tower
* Day 2: Shanghai Tower
* Day 2: Shanghai World Financial Center
* Day 2: Pudong (Light-up) [This article]
* Day 3: Yu Garden
* Day 3: Xintiandi, Middle Huaihai Road, Hengshan Road and Tianzifang
* Day 3: East Nanjing Road (Light-up)
* Day 4: Shanghai World Expo Museum
* Day 4: Natural History Museum, Ocean Aquarium and China Art Museum
* Day 4: Yu Garden (Light-up)
* Day 5: Great World (Dashijie), Jing’an Temple and Shanghai Exhibition Center
* Day 5: Return Home from Pudong International Airport
2018.05.23 – 27
Light-up in the Pudong Area
Following the previous post, I left “Shanghai World Financial Center (上海環球金融中心)” and will take photos of evening scene in the Pudong area.
One more shot.
I will move towards “Lujiazui (陸家嘴)” subway station.
“Century Avenue (世紀大道)”.
This illuminated walking pass was impressive, wasn’t it?
“Jin Mao Tower”.
These two buildings were adjacent to each other and I took several snaps around here.
A trio of “Shanghai World Financial Center”, “Shanghai Tower” and “Jin Mao Tower” again.
One more shot.
There were lots of office buildings and commercial complexes around “Lujiazui (陸家嘴)” subway station, which made the area flourishing.
This is “ifc Shanghai”, a Hong Kong based commercial complex.
The complex had shopping mall, hotel and office building.
In relation to Hong Kong, there was a brunch of “HSBC（Hongkong and Shanghai Banking”.
In addition, an Apple store was also located in the ifc mall.
The entrance of the apple store was impressive.
As another shopping mall around “Lujiazui (陸家嘴)” subway station, there was “Super Brand Mall”.
Finally, I took photos around a circle walking pass around “Lujiazui (陸家嘴)” subway station.
“Oriental Pearl Tower”, which I visited in the morning (see the related article).
From under the circle walking pass.
Then, I returned the hotel and the second day of my Shanghai trip was over.
That’s it for the article about evening scene in the Pudong area as part of Day 2.
The Pudong area became colorful in the evening, as surrounding buildings were lighted up. In addition to the four major towers, shopping malls, office buildings and walking passes were lighted up respectively, which made the area more attractive, so if you like to take evening photos in Shanghai, I would recommend the Pudong area 🙂
In the next article, I will write about Yu Garden as part of Day 3.
1 Shanghai World Financial Center
2 Shanghai Tower
3 Jin Mao Tower
4 Oriental Pearl Tower
5 ifc Mall
6 Super Brand Mall
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