Night Walk in Shanghai – Bund Financial Street
The Bund is Shanghai a downtown area, along a section of the Huangpu River.
In the 1930s and 1940s, Shanghai Bund Financial Street was an important financial center in the Far East, and many foreign banks and financial institutions gathered here; as times changed, Shanghai’s financial center was replaced by Lujiazui, and later on, Shanghai revived the status of the Bund as a financial center by renovating and upgrading the area along the river, and now more than 200 national financial institutions are located here.
Shanghai Bund Financial Street at night there are not many people. It seems quite calm.
I pass through this every morning, the daytime to be much more lively, of course, are the employees of the workforce.
At night, when I go home from work, there are not many people on the street, which is similar to Lujiazui. This is similar to Lujiazui.
This area used to be quite busy because of the residential area, but now it has been relocated.
Walk forward to the famous Weekend Market on the Fengjing Road at the Bund Finance Center, here looks a little Christmas atmosphere, but still not popular enough.