Nanjing Road Shanghai

Nanjing Road in Shanghai is the first commercial street to be established after the opening of Shanghai. It starts from the Bund in the east and extends to Yan'an West Road in the west. It spans the Jing'an and Huangpu districts and has a total length of 5.5 kilometers. It is divided into east and west sections by the middle road of Tibet. Nanjing West Road is today's top-class commercial district in Shanghai. The intertwining of tradition and modernity adds a different charm to this century-old street. This is a treasure trove of business people. It is a window to Shanghai's opening to the outside world and a paradise for shoppers at home and abroad.

Nanjing Road includes two of Shanghai's top ten commercial centers: Nanjing East Road and Nanjing West Road – Nanjing East Road (including Nanjing Road Pedestrian Street) is mainly a cheap commercial and tourist area; and Nanjing West Road (including Jing'an Temple area) It is the highest rent in China's shops and the most luxurious fashion commercial district in Shanghai. It is dominated by luxury goods and high-end personal consumption.

Nanjing East Road starts from Zhongshan East 1st Road in the Bund and runs to Tibet Middle Road in the west, with a total length of 1,599 meters. Among them, Henan Middle Road is divided into pedestrian streets by the west. It has long been known as the first street of Chinese business, and is known as the “Shili Nanjing Road, a pedestrian street”. The roadside is full of various old Shanghai shops and shopping malls. Every holiday here is always crowded, a bustling scene.

Nanjing East Road can be reached to the famous Bund, with panoramic views of the Huangpu River Bund, the Bell Tower and the Oriental Pearl Tower, Jinmao Tower, and the International World Financial Center. Today, Nanjing West Road in Shanghai is known as the “First Street of Chinese Business” – the western half of Nanjing Road (Nanjing East Road and Nanjing West Road), across the Huangpu and Jing’an districts. The elite sections are concentrated in Jing'an District, starting from Chengdu North Road in the east and Yan'an West Road in the west. The total length is 2,933 meters, passing through the downtown area of ​​Jing'an Temple, and it is quiet and safe.

At the beginning of the 20th century, there were successively British-funded welfare companies, Huiluo Company, Taixing Company (now Lane Crawford) and Huisi Company, which were collectively referred to as the top four companies or the old four companies. The company, Yongan Company, Xinxin Company and Daxin Company are collectively referred to as the last four companies. In addition, Baodaxiang, Laojiefu, Hengdali Watch, Hengyuanxiang, Zhang Xiaoquan, Laofengxiang and other professional shops are stationed.

Nanjing Road is the first of the most prosperous streets in Shanghai. Here is the golden treasure of Wanshang. It is a window for Shanghai to open to the outside world and a paradise for shoppers at home and abroad. Nanjing Road is the most prosperous tourist pedestrian street in Shanghai. Nanjing Road is one of the major commercial centers in Shanghai. It rises from the Bund in the east and reaches Jing'an Temple in the west. It is 5.5 kilometers long. It used to be called “Tenli Ocean Field” and it is the most prosperous road in Shanghai.

Metro Line 1 can reach People's Square Station; Metro Line 2 can reach Nanjing West Road Station, People's Square Station, Nanjing East Road Station; Metro Line 8 can reach People's Square Station; Metro Line 10 arrives at Nanjing East Road Station. Metro Lines 12 and 13 under construction can reach Nanjing West Road Station.

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