Monument to the People's Heroes
Up from Huángpǔ Park, this anachronistic monument stands above the Bund History Museum. Its socialist realism friezes depict the...
Bund History Museum
Beneath the Monument to the People's Heroes, this underground museum has some interesting info and photos on the history of the Bund....
Banque de l'Indochine Building
Built in 1914, this French Baroque–style building was originally the Banque de l'Indochine Building. Today it's a Chinese bank with a...
Sir Elly's Terrace
Offering some of Shànghǎi's best cocktails, shaken up with that winning ingredient: 270-degree views to Pǔdōng, over Sūzhōu Creek and...
Lobby, Peninsula Hotel
Afternoon heritage tea for smart/casually attired visitors in the sumptuous Peninsula lobby is a decadent delight, with gorgeously...
Huángpǔ Park information
China’s first ever public park (1886) achieved lasting notoriety for its apocryphal ‘No Dogs or Chinese allowed’ sign. The park today is blighted by the concreted walkway and Monument to the People’s Heroes .