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What was once a small market and fishing village is now a large and populous city on the banks of the Huangpu and Yangtze Rivers. In fact, the Shanghai port is the busiest container port in the world, with over 24 million people. The city is surrounded on three sides by the Yellow Sea and the Hangzhou Bay, making it a peninsula with tons of waterfront property for beaches, resorts, and fishing spots to enjoy. With the average temperatures of 69F for the high and 57F for the low, outdoor sports are popular.
Not only are there beaches along the sea, but there are also quite a few beaches along the Huangpu River and the Wusong River. Some of the most popular beaches include the Sunny Beach along the Huangpu River on Waima Lu, Sanjiagang Beach along the Bay near the airport, Houtan Beach on the Huangpu River, and Shanghai Beach along the Wusong River on Xinchang Road. Be sure to bring some sunscreen along.
There are a plethora of fun things to do in the city, from gardens to amusement parks and the Shanghai Circus to the Shanghai Zoo. If you have the kids, you have to visit Shanghai Disneyland, Happy Valley, Cartoony World, or Dino Beach. If you would rather do something more peaceful, visit one of the many parks in the area. There is always something to do in Shanghai.
Whether you are in town for business, pleasure, or even if you live in Shanghai. Bounce luggage storage is a convenient, easy, and affordable way to store your stuff as you make your way through Shanghai. If you want to explore the city while you wait for your flight or if you are a local and need to leave your things somewhere safe while you go out on the town, Bounce has partners all over. Safely stow your bags while you go and enjoy Shanghai.
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Swim, take a boat ride, or watch the locals do some fishing along the beach. In fact, in some areas, you can even rent fishing gear and join the locals to try your luck at catching some whoppers. Want to see the whole city from a bird’s eye view? Go to the Top of Shanghai Observatory on Middle Yincheng Road where you can see everything from over 1,700 feet in the air.
Many of the museums and other cultural attractions can be found on People’s Square and the Bund promenade. But with 47 museums, you can find one in just about any section of Shanghai. Consider some unique places such as the Museum of Glass, Gallery of Antique Music Boxes, and even a Matchbox Museum.
Shanghai Museum: For the largest collection of Chinese historical items, the Shanghai Museum in People’s Square on People’s Avenue is the place to go. This fantastic building has four floors of more than 10,000 years of Chinese history. From Tang Dynasty calligraphy to Chinese coin collections and Zhou Dynasty oracle bones to Neolithic pottery, you can get your fill of cultural sights while you are there. The fourth floor of ethnic clothing is a favorite, so be sure to check it out.
Shanghai Gallery of Antique Music Boxes: The Shanghai Oriental Art Center on Dingxiang Lu has some of the most beautiful music boxes you will ever see. They even have the oldest music box in the world from 1796. But they also have mechanical dolls, wind-up organs, and newer items like songbirds made from real feathers. The items come from all over, including Japan, the United States, Switzerland, Germany, and France.
Shanghai Brand and Matchbox Label Museum: The museum itself is even shaped like a matchbox and is built where the Shanghai Match Factory used to be on Dadu He Road. There are more than three million antique brand labels from China and seven million match labels on display. You can also find movie posters, tobacco labels, and wine labels, as well as primitive fire tools and other cool artifacts.
In Shanghai, the main shopping streets are Huaihai and Nanjing Roads. They have an eclectic blend of posh boutiques, street markets, and gift shops. In the Bund area, you can find all the luxury name brands like Cartier, Dolce & Gabbana, and Patek Phillippe.
Huaihai Road Market: As the busiest open-air market in the city, this is the best place to go if you are looking for a variety of handcrafted and cultural items. Locals show off their handiwork and home-grown produce as well as name brand items and the latest fashions.
Nanjing Road: For more than three miles of shops, markets, and street vendors, head over to Nanjing Road. On Nanjing East, you can find over 600 shops with name brands as well as handmade items. But Nanjing West was the first shopping street in China and now has malls as well as entertainment and eateries for you to enjoy. They also have many of the high-end names like Calvin Klein, Prada, Armani, and Dior.
Yuyuan Bazaar: In Old Shanghai City in front of Yu Garden, the Yuyuan Bazaar is more like a carnival than a shopping area. Open all year long, you can find some of the most unique and exquisite items crafted by locals, including silks, antiques, and jewelry.
Shanghai is an international city and has several different types of food as well as styles of eateries. From the casual café to the elegant restaurants where you need a reservation, you can find whatever you are looking for in this city. You can even find pizza, burgers, and tacos if you want to stick with the basics. But don’t leave without trying some of the local cuisine, because you can only get authentic Chinese food in China.
Di Shui Dong: Whether you want to try some boiled frog, baked octopus, or just have a bowl of chili with a beer, Di Shui Dong on South Maoming Road is the place to go. This casual eatery is a favorite with the locals, so it must be good. They are known for their Hunan-style ribs and fried chicken, but you can enjoy all types of food here.
Homeslice Pizza: Of course, you can find pizza anywhere, right? But in Shanghai, the best place to get a slice or a whole pie is Homeslice Pizza on Julu Lu. From spicy sausage with jalapenos to mushroom mac and cheese, the chef here enjoys making his own culinary combinations for you to enjoy. Believe it or not, the main chef is British, but he knows how to do pizza right.
Mr. and Mrs. Bund: Should you happen to want some French bistro cuisine while you are in Shanghai, head over to East Zhongshan Road. Chef Paul Pairet’s casual and modern approach to food is unique. Not only do they serve some of the best French dishes in China, but they also have local tastes at Mr. and Mrs. Bund.
How much does luggage storage cost in Shanghai?
The price for luggage storage in Shanghai is just $5.90/bag for the entire day.
Where are there luggage storage locations in Shanghai?
There are multiple locations all around Shanghai which can be booked through the Bounce platform including near The Bund, Yu Yuan Garden, Nanjing Road Pedestrian Street and many other areas.
Is it safe to store your bags in Shanghai?
Yes. Every bag is tagged with a security seal and comes with the $5,000 Bounce Guarantee. Every location is required to uphold tight security precautions. You may be asked to show ID and you will be required to use a credit card to book through Bounce in advance. With hundreds of thousands of bags stored, you can count on Bounce to handle your baggage in Shanghai.
Are there storage lockers in Shanghai?
Yes. There are storage lockers and many other luggage drop off points in Shanghai. Bounce has multiple locations throughout Shanghai where you can conveniently store your luggage with full security and the $5,000 Bounce Gurantee.
Where are the best places to stay and eat while in Shanghai?
The most popular restaurants to visit are Xintiandi, Nanxiang Steamed Bun Restaurant, and Din Tai Fung. Additionally, the highest ranked hotels within Shanghai are Renaissance Zhongshan Park Hotel, Longhua Airport, and Metropolo Jinjiang Hotels.
Where are the best parks and nature attractions in Shanghai?
Shanghai offers several scenic parks including Daning Lingshi Park, Heping Park (Peace Park), and Yanzhong Park.
Where can I find tourist information and guideposts in Shanghai?
You can find local tourist information at The Bund, Adventure Isle Fastpass Distribution, and Fantasyland West Fastpass Distribution.
What are the best museums and historical attractions in Shanghai?
If you're looking for a good museum in Shanghai, we recommend Shanghai Museum, China Art Museum, and Shanghai Science and Technology Museum. If you prefer to be outside, you can give yourself a walking tour and see some of Shanghai's most popular historical attractions including Huai hai fang, Lu yuan889, or Hua yuan zhu zhai qun and monuments like Monument to the People's Heroes. Lastly, you can enjoy the local ruin of Jin shan wei cheng qin hua ri jun sha ren tang, Nan xiang si shuang ta, or Furniture Store.
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