The Bund is located on the banks of the Huangpu River, with a total length of about 1.5 kilometers. It is a symbolic scenic spot in Shanghai. Its essence lies in the architectural complexes of different countries and the night view of the Pujiang River.

Dozens of classical revival buildings with different styles stand on the Bund. The well-known Bank of China Building, Peace Hotel, Customs Building, HSBC Building, etc. have reproduced the style of the "Far East Wall Street" in the past. Surprisingly, these buildings are not from the same designer, nor were they built at the same time, but they have a unique harmonious beauty. The Bund has a variety of architectural styles, including French classical style, French mansion style, Gothic style, etc. These are important historical sites and representative buildings in modern China, and they are also a beautiful landscape along the Huangpu River.

When night comes, the neon lights on both sides of the strait complement each other. Take a Huangpu River cruise ship or ferry and swim on the Huangpu River. The beautiful figure allows you to appreciate the beauty of this bustling city from another angle.

opening hours

Open all year round

must see tips

1. The Bund is not far from Nanjing Road Pedestrian Street and People's Square. Many tourists will choose to start from People's Square and walk along Nanjing Road Pedestrian Street all the way to the Bund.

2. The way of passing between the Bund and Pudong is usually a ferry or a sightseeing tunnel. The ferry goes to and from the Dongchang Road Ferry, Jinling East Road Ferry and Fuxing East Road Ferry. The Sightseeing Tunnel is a pedestrian crossing river tunnel from the Bund on Nanjing East Road to the Oriental Pearl Tower.

3. The Bund is very windy, especially in winter and spring and autumn nights, so you should wear clothes that are windproof and cold-proof.

4. The main scenic spots and better viewing angles of the Bund are relatively concentrated in the northern section (north of Zhongshan East 1st Road on Nanjing East Road, to Waibaidu Bridge).