Riverside Promenade along Huangpu River in Shanghai, also known as Binjiang Road, is a 2500-meter strip of green space. Strolling along the road, visitors can have views of the Bund, Pudong’s skyscrapers, and the twin globes of the Shanghai International Conference Center from here. There is a walkway with kiosks lined by perfect lawns and flowerbeds.
The sights are magnificent from the Riverside Promenade. By day the sweeping lawn and flower beds are captivating. By night the lights of city buildings and beacons shine over the waterway. The promenade extends from Taidong Road in the north to Dongchang Road in the south. Stop at a kiosk for Starbucks or Haagen-dazs while strolling the Promenade.
The Bund across the Huangpu River is a well-known site in this metropolis. The Bund looks not only beautiful but also mysterious. Such beauty is better to be viewed from a distance, and the Binjiang Road is the perfect spot. Binjiang Road is at the east bank of Huang Pu River and is almost parallel to the Bund. It is very close to the Oriental Pearl TV Tower. So it is very easy to get to. There are some nice restaurants here. Come in the evening, have a dinner or a cup of beer, with a perfect view of the Bund, life can not be better!
This avenue is a tourist attraction that combines tourism and green environment. In the middle of the road, there is a fountain square which has 21 sprinkler heads. The flowing water slowly injects into the pool in the square. There is a chain railing by the Huangpu River, as well as leisure double chairs. The river and boats forms the beautiful unforgettable scenery. People can stroll along the wide sidewalks that edge the Huangpu River and watch the ships go by or just take in the scenery of the Bund.
Having night view of the city on the road must be thrilling. The Bund, the skyscraper, the lights, large music fountain, all things offer you a impressive experience. it’s simply a must when in Shanghai for people-watching and getting a good feel for the city.
How to Get There
Take Subway Line 2 and get off at Lujiazhui Station. Or take Bus 81, 82, 870, 871, etc. to get there.