Although it's not cheap, it's worth experiencing. The light and shadow feel amazing. It's strange to stand up. Can we have some seats, and then we can have some animation to interact with tourists? However, maybe it's too short to realize, and it's too short to cross the sea.
The Bund is not far from Nanjing Road Pedestrian Street and people's Square. Many tourists choose to take the people's Square as a starting point and walk along Nanjing Road Pedestrian Street to the Bund. The way between the Bund and Pudong is usually ferry or sightseeing tunnel. The ferry goes between Dongchang Road ferry, Jinling East Road ferry and Fuxing East Road ferry. The sightseeing tunnel is a pedestrian crossing tunnel from Nanjing east road the Bund to Oriental Pearl.
The Bund sightseeing tunnel is located between Shanghai Pudong Oriental Pearl TV Tower and Nanjing east road the Bund. Traveling along the subway along the 647 meter long color tunnel will make tourists feel like a dream. It is the first river-crossing pedestrian tunnel in China. It integrates the Puxi Bund sightseeing area with the new tourist area of Xiaolujiazui in Pudong, and forms the most beautiful scenic line in Shanghai's tourist landscape. Tickets are 50 one way and 70 round trip.
Bad weather often follows me. As soon as I get to Shanghai, it rains all the time. I go to the Bund to see the scenery. You look at the big rain clouds in the Bund area, and you can't see the scenery at all. After waiting for a while, I have already seen a little scenery. I think how beautiful it is when the weather is fine here.
We ordered a one-way ticket. We had to enter the entrance from Pudong. The entrance is at Fenghe Road. In the past, people who took Metro Line 2 should take the overpass to Fenghe Road. The road sign is very eye-catching, near the Oriental Pearl. Tourist tunnels, bus rides, three minutes of the whole journey, like a light show, with explanation, the effect is OK, but the price is a bit high.
I haven't been to the Bund for many years. I was really shocked to go this time. The night on the Bund is so beautiful that it can not be overstated. There is no need to fly to Hong Kong to see the night scenery. It can be called the Shanghai version of the Victorian night scenery.