Deep Zoom Panorama taking in the Pudong district of Shanghai, China, looking out onto the dramatic structure of the Oriental Pearl Tower (Oriental Pearl Radio & TV Tower). Looking to the far left of the panorama you can zoom in to see the French Concession. The Bund is on the far side of the Huangpu […]
Shanghai: here you can read about Shanghai in virtual tours and see examples of Shanghai 360 virtual tours.
With a population nearing 24 million Shanghai is the most populous city in China and the world. Economic reforms in the early 1990’s fuelled a dramatic transformation of the city into a powerhouse of global finance and commerce leading to a rampant building phase. Its skyline appeared to change weekly with new skyscrapers added as if on a conveyor belt.
The Shanghai of today is unrecognisable from the city of 20 years ago, whilst the Bund area by the Huangpu River has many examples of early 20th-century architecture, the Pudong district features a wealth of new mega-structures including the distinctive the Jin Mao Tower.
Shanghai skyline panorama, showing the Bund (the area on the edge of the Huangpu River) with the Oriental Pearl Tower and the Jin Mao Building. Panoramic stock photos available at super high resolution, please contact me for more examples of details of the resolution available. The quality of these panoramas makes them ideal for large-scale […]
Panorama looking over the Huangpu River at The Bund in Shanghai, China. The blue hour was given an ethereal haze by the heat and business of the city during the day. Peeking out from behind the Oriental Pearl Tower are The Shanghai World Financial Center and the Jin Mao Tower.
Panorama looking over the Shanghai skyline from a rooftop high above the city.
Formerly a racecourse which had been built by the British in the 19th century (before gambling and racing were banned by the communist government in 1949), People’s Park (Renmin Gongyuan in Pinyin Chinese) is now a popular park with jogging or bike-riding locals, and a destination for the family evening stroll. Tourists flock here to […]
The Grand Hyatt Shanghai occupies the top 36 floors of the Jin Mao Tower, and topping out at 421m (1,380ft) it makes it the highest hotel in the world. These virtual tours allow you to gaze upwards to the top of the Jin Mao Tower as dusk falls.