Walk in Shanghai – Binjiang Park
The Binjiang Park is located at the bulge of Lujiazui, facing the Bund on the opposite bank of the Huangpu River.
Compared with the other bank, the Binjiang Park can be described as a contrast between the old and the new century. It is also a contrast of Shanghai’s century-old history. As early as the 1980s, Pudong was still deserted. The land, standing on the Bund and looking at the opposite shore, is endless, there are no high-rise buildings. The people in Shanghai back then were familiar with the saying “I would rather have a bed in Puxi than a room in Pudong”.
With the passage of time, Lujiazui has become the location of China’s financial center. There are many high-rise buildings here, and the riverside line is a place where Shanghai is rich in land, and the riverside line in Dongtan is open to the public. Every night, it becomes a good place for citizens and tourists to relax, among modern high-rise buildings.