Routes China ShanghaiPudong

Pudong, Shanghai, China


Length4.2 mi
Elev. Gain19.7 ft
Est. Steps9500
Created by 佳恒
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Bank of China Building, Shanghai

The Bank of China Building is a tower located at No. 23 on the Bund, in Shanghai, People's Republic of China. Previously the headquarters of the Bank of China, it now houses the Shanghai Branch of the Bank of China.It was built on the site of the old German Club (c. 1907). It housed the headquarters of the Bank of China.

Aurora Plaza

Aurora Plaza is a 185 m high skyscraper in the Pudong financial district, Lujiazui, of Shanghai, China, that was completed in 2003. It is one of the more recognisable of the smaller towers in the Pudong skyline, due to its curved sleek facade, its former large "AURORA" logo and a large video screen projected onto the front of the building at night.

Bank of China Tower, Shanghai

The Shanghai Bank of China Tower (simplified Chinese: 上海中银大厦; traditional Chinese: 上海中銀大廈; pinyin: Shànghǎi Zhōngyín Dàshà), is a 53-story tower in the Pudong District, Shanghai, China. It was built for the Bank of China by the Japanese architectural firm Nikken Sekkei.

Bank of Shanghai Headquarters

Bank of Shanghai Headquarters (simplified Chinese: 上海银行大厦; traditional Chinese: 上海銀行大廈; pinyin: Shànghǎi Yínháng Dàshà) is a 46 floor tower in the Pudong area of Shanghai and was completed in 2005. It was built by architects Kenzo Tange Associates.

Hang Seng Bank Tower

Hang Seng Bank Tower is the headquarters of Hang Seng Bank in Shanghai. Built in 1998, the 46 story, 203 m high tower is located in Lujiazui, Pudong, Shanghai. Until 2010, it was known as "HSBC Tower" due to being the headquarters of HSBC Bank (China) Company Limited. HSBC Bank (China)' s headquarters moved to Shanghai IFC in 2010.

Bund Tunnel

The Bund Tunnel (Chinese: 外滩隧道; pinyin: Wàitān Suìdào) is a 3.3 km (2.1 mi) sub-surface road and road tunnel in the city of Shanghai, China. The tunnel connects the districts of Hongkou to the north and Huangpu to the south.In the south, the tunnel begins on a stretch of South Zhongshan Road, which runs along the western bank of the Huangpu River, on the east side of the old Chinese city.

Bocom Financial Towers

The Bocom Financial Towers (Chinese: 交银金融大厦) are two conjoined skyscrapers which reach 265 metres (869 feet) in height. They are located in the Pudong District of Shanghai, China and are split into the North and South Towers. Both towers were designed by ABB Architekten. The North tower is the 64th tallest existing building in the world when measured up to the highest architectural point.

Chenxiang Pavilion

Chenxiang Pavilion or Chenxiangge Nunnery (simplified Chinese: 沉香阁; traditional Chinese: 沉香閣; pinyin: Chénxiāng Gé) is a Buddhist temple located in Huangpu District of Shanghai, China. Now it is a Bhikkhuni temple.

Bank of Taiwan Building

The Bank of Taiwan Building (Chinese: 台湾银行大楼) is located at No. 16, The Bund, Shanghai, China. The Japanese Empire occupied Taiwan in 1895, and in 1899 founded the Bank of Taiwan to promote trade between Taiwan, the Japanese Empire, and the rest of Asia. The bank then began opening offices outside of Taiwan in order to facilitate inter-regional trade.

Citigroup Tower

The Citigroup Tower is a 180 m, 42 storey high skyscraper in the Pudong financial district of Shanghai, China, completed in 2005. It is the headquarters building of the Citibank (China) Company Limited.
Route Details


4.2 mi

Elev. Gain

19.7 ft

Est. Steps

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