In the morning, you will visit Yu Garden, also know as Yuyuan Garden. It is respected as a major architectural accomplishment of the south Yangtze River. Once arrived you will feel the balance between the trees, ponds and pavilions.
Just outside of Yu Garden is the The City God Temple Market. In ancient times, the temple was a worship place dedicated to the "Gold Mountain" or Jinshan in Chinese. Now it attracts millions of visitors each year to visit, eat and shop. You can easily buy some local gifts in this market as souvenirs or try a few snacks and skip lunch.
The next stop will be Shanghai's Urban Planning Hall. Here you can truly grasp the grander and size of Shanghai. View a massive city model and see what plans lie on Shanghai's horizon.
Having seen the city up close, now have a look from up high! Head over to the Shanghai World Financial Center and rise up to its' observation deck. Look out and view the city, the nearby Pearl Oriental TV Tower may appear to loose it dominance when you are looking down from the tallest building in China.
Once you have planted your feed back on the ground in Pudong Shanghai take a short drive to reach the busiest street in China, Nanjing road. Nanjing road runs from People's Part all the way to the Huangpu River and the Bund. Full of famous domestic and international brands, it makes a great place for some modern shopping, people watching and feel of Shanghai life.
Once you reach the Bund, stop and take some photos as the sun will be setting soon. A great time to enjoy the magic of the Huangpu river. If you prefer you can have dinner while taking a cruise or enjoy an excellent Shanghai acrobatic. No matter your preference your Shanghai guide will help to make all a reality.