Shanghai is the largest city in China, the former International Settlement, is modern and Western in appearance, with broad streets and boulevards lined with imposing buildings. The Bund (which runs along the waterfront), Nanjing Road, and Bubbling Well Road are the most noted thoroughfares.
Typical Asian buildings are found only in the original Chinese town (no longer walled), known as Nanshi. The Oriental Pearl Television Tower, the 88-story Jin Mao building, and the butterfly-orchid-shaped Oriental Arts Center with its four performance halls are in Pudong.
Beijing on the other hand is the Capital of China, In fact, Beijing has been the Capital of Jin, Yuan, Ming, Qing and Republic of China and today it still is the center of national politics, economics, culture, transportation and tourism.
|Business Class||Shanghai||from $6826.00|
|Business Class||Beijing||Shanghai||from $6965.00|
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|Departure Until||10 November 2006 - 31 March 2007|
|Departure City||Adelaide, Brisbane, Melbourne, Sydney|
|Arrival Cities||Shanghai, Beijing|
|Children||Accompanied children 2-11 years pay 75% of adult fare|
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