Beijing to Shanghai Sights

We’ve compiled the best of the best in Beijing to Shanghai - browse our top choices for the top things to see during your stay.

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Confucian Temple

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Overlooking the Qinhuai River, a tributary of the Yangtze, a Confucian Temple has stood on this spot for 1,000 years, give or take. The...

Drum Tower

  • Building/Architectural Site

First built in 1382, the Drum Tower (Gulou in Chinese) gives the central city district its name. In ancient times, drums housed inside...

Lingu Temple and Pagoda

  • Religious Building/Site/Shrine

Close to the Sun Yat-sen Memorial, this temple commemorates Xuan Zang, the roving monk who brought Buddhist scriptures back to China...

Ming Tomb

  • Memorial/Monument/Tomb

One of the largest and most important burial mounds in China, this is the final resting place of Emperor Hong Wu, the founder of the...

Nanjing Massacre Memorial

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In the winter of 1937, Japanese forces occupied Nanjing. In the space of a few days, thousands of Chinese were killed in the chaos, which...

Nanjing Museum

  • Museum/Gallery

After four years of renovations this huge museum has reopened with a further four exhibition halls. Attempting to make its vast collection...

Plum Blossom Hill and Sun Yat-sen Botanical Gardens

  • Garden/Arboretum

March and April are the best months to visit Plum Blossom Hill, when peach, pear, plum, and cherry trees explode with color and fragrance.

Rain Flower Terrace and Martyrs Memorial

  • Memorial/Monument/Tomb

This scenic area gets its name from the legend of Yunzhang, a 15th-century Buddhist monk who supposedly pleased the gods so much with...

Shou Jia Massage

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This health center is serious about traditional Chinese medicine. The center trains and employs the visually impaired for therapeutic...

South Gate of City Wall

  • Archaeological Site/Ruins

Built as the linchpin of the city's defenses, this is less a gate than a complete fortress, with multiple courtyards and tunnels where...

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