People's Square (Shanghai, China) Reviews
Newest Review: ... The buildings surrounding the square are colossal in size and so eye catching. Most of the buildings are hotels like the Raddison New World Hotel, a tall, tube like edifice topped with a spherical capsule that looked like a space ship. One that really stands out is the two pronged silver building that is the Meridien Hotel. It is like a mammoth sized memory stick. The Shanghai Government building is an austere looking building sat next to the Urban Planning Exhibition Hall. It may be sombre and unsmiling but I quite liked the shape of the building. It looked the part with red flags flying in front of it and buses and cars whizzing... more
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by - written on 28/11/12, updated on 28/11/12 (Very useful, 44 readings)
People's Square was top of my list of attractions to visit when we were in Shanghai in June. I had always wanted to see one of these giant public squares in communist China to explore with my own eyes and see what all the fascination was about. I didn't want to visit the square on my own as I thought my husband would appreciate the experience. I had to wait until he had a free slot in his busy schedule, when he would be able to go walkabout and leave the stuffy conference room. We walked to the Square which is in the Huangpu district of Shanghai next to Nanjing Road. It wasn't a very long walk but it seemed to take ages before we arrived at the subway ... Read the complete review
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