•  PopupDesign_2013

    Did you know 31% of the travelers make destination research and selection 3-5 months before their vacation

    Access the CNTO Tourism Research Reports

Taichi on The Bund

The Bund is Shanghai’s main stage, a long riverside sweep of colonial buildings and parkland. Come along in the early hours of the morning and you’ll find groups of locals performing stately, synchronized tai chi routines. Tourists with know-how are always welcome to join in. Fuxing Park, in the Old French Concession, is a further option for the activity. 

Tai Chi on the Bund

News


  • 07/31/2015 China International Travel Mart 2015 Exhibitor Registration Open...Read More
  • 07/31/2015 Beijing International Youth Tourism Season Kicks Off for 2015...Read More
  • 07/31/2015 CNN Features Guilin’s Jingjiang Palace – China’s “Other ‘Forbidden City’”...Read More
  • 07/31/2015 China’s Government Committing to Better Tourism Development...Read More
  • 07/31/2015 Delta Plans to Purchase 3.55 Percent Stake of China Eastern Airlines...Read More
  • 07/27/2015 More Aid for Silk Road Tourism Development...Read More
  • 07/27/2015 Huffington Posts Touts “8 Secret Places in China That Tourists Haven’t Discovered Yet”...Read More
  • 07/27/2015 First Hyatt-Branded Hotel Opens in China’s Hubei Province...Read More
  • 07/27/2015 Princess Cruises Planning another Ship for China...Read More
  • 07/23/2015 Cliff-Face Elevator in China Breaks World Record...Read More
China in the News Archives