Dubbed as the New York of Asia, Shanghai should definitely be in everyone’s bucketlist. We rode the bullet train from Beijing to Shanghai and arrived on a rainy afternoon.
Here are the spots that we visited in Shanghai for three and a half days:
Shanghai Circus World
For our first night in Shanghai, I booked tickets through Viator to see the Shanghai Circus World. The tickets were only USD 23.90 each and it had high ratings on tripadvisor so I said why the hell not. It had high ratings for a reason because the show was spectacular! I actually felt all sorts of excitement while watching the show. The ticket says it all, Miss it and you miss Shanghai. 😉
One of the things that I would like to do in my life is to visit every Disney Park in the world. lol I know, I’m such a shallow little twit but I just love how amusement parks make me feel like I can be like a kid again. I think watching too much Disney shows as a kid also influenced my love for Disneyland. lol
I have always been curious of China and its culture. I didn’t want to travel to China at first because I needed to apply for a tourist visa but I just went for it because I didn’t know where else to travel plus I really wanted to visit the Great Wall of China. I also wanted to go to Bali instead but my body’s deffff not Bali-ready so we just booked tickets for a week’s stay in China. Here are the places that we were able to see on our three day stay in Beijing!
Quanjude Wangfujing Roast Duck Restaurant