I went to Shanghai to watch the furniture exhibition in September and walked around. It was really a beautiful place.
☀️On the first morning, I went to Nanjing Road Pedestrian Street. I recommend fresh meat moon cakes and Shen Dacheng Qingtuan ~ Meat Songqingtuan is so delicious! What kind of cake is it? last piece! Don't eat it! It ’s unpalatable ... Pedestrian Street is very commercial and prosperous, and there is a big m bean shop to take pictures ~🏙
Now this is what I call fun!!!
This is a must to see when in Shanhai. A whole street filled with shops. There is just something about Shanghai. 😍
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In Shanghai, the last thing to worry about is eating. As a city with a lot of rivers and rivers, all the cuisines in China and even the world's cuisines can be found in Shanghai. Xintiandi, Nanjing Road, or those on the unknown road, may hide food.
Morning, of course, to eat raw oysters and noodles.
Although it is opened on the bustling section of Nanjing Road, the price is not expensive at all. Two yuan is fried, the meat is full, the skin is thin and stuffed. The most expectation of eating and frying is the moment when the first bite is bitten. Happiness bursts.
Other miscellaneous food~~
📍Nanjing Rd, Shanghai
When i said i was in love with Shanghai city’s lights, this was what i meant. Look at them lights!! So colorful and made me wanting to just stroll around. I mean, that was what i did here. Just strolled around, i was stuck with amazement. Nanjing Rd is basically a pedestrian street with food and clothing brand. I usually come here to get its famous XiaoLongBao.
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Nanjing Road Pedestrian Street runs roughly east-west for 1,500 m from People’s Square to the Bund. Known to some as China’s Fifth Avenue, it is a premiere shopping destination with many well-known brands filling the retail space. After dark the street glows with light from all the signage and store displays. On most nights, the area is packed with a mixture of locals and tourists hunting for bargains or trying to find a table at one of the many restaurants. Given its central location and popularity, Nanjing Road Pedestrian Street should be on anyone’s must-see list of Shanghai attractions.