There's been a real buzz recently around the popular TV series Blossoms Shanghai created by top Hong Kong filmmaker Wong Kar-wai.
It's said to be the first of its kind, unfolding in the vibrant setting of 1990s East China's Shanghai – a time brimming with opportunities and hope.
If you're keen to explore Shanghai further, why not pay a visit to the Shanghai Sheshan National Tourist Resort? It's one of only 12 national tourist resorts that are located in a municipality.
In the resort, you can stroll through the streets – that exude the old-world charm of Shanghai – reminiscing about the city's historical transformations that hold countless memories.
Capture childhood memories with a nostalgic visit to the Wamhkai Photograph store in the Shanghai Sheshan National Tourist Resort. [Photo/WeChat account: sheshanlvyoutopnews]
Besides, don't miss out on the Guangfulin Cultural Relics Park, a must-visit attraction in the resort. It offers a fascinating glimpse into the origins of Shanghai and its ancient way of life through well-preserved relics.
A wide view of the Guangfulin Cultural Relics Park. [Photo/WeChat account: sheshanlvyoutopnews]
Have you noticed the three floating rooftops on the water? That's the Underwater Palace, also known as the Guangfulin Cultural Exhibition Hall.
The magnificent Guangfulin Cultural Exhibition Hall, which is mostly immersed in an artificial lake. [Photo/WeChat account: sheshanlvyoutopnews]
Stepping into the hall is said to feel like embarking on a time and space journey – from watching ancient whales to the evolution of Shanghai's land, from ancient villages to the formation of cities and from the prosperity of Songjiang county to the rise of Shanghai as a city.
Explore old Shanghai's docks, witnessing the rise of its maritime trade. [Photo/WeChat account: sheshanlvyoutopnews]
The majestic Golden Gate Theater showcases the charms of after-dark Shanghai. [Photo/WeChat account: sheshanlvyoutopnews]
The Violet Barber Shop led hairstyle fashion in old Shanghai. [Photo/WeChat account: sheshanlvyoutopnews]
The Mei Hua Cinema – where watching a movie together is a romantic experience for the people of Shanghai. [Photo/WeChat account: sheshanlvyoutopnews]