No. 1 Asia Building (1916) Style: Baroque.
The Bund’s first mansion and originally the offices of Royal Dutch Shell and Asiatic Petroleum Company.
No.2 East Wind Hotel (1910) Style: Neo-classical.
Formerly the Shanghai Club for British Nationals. Now a hotel.
No.3 Union Building (1922) Style: Neo-Renaissance with some Baroque detailing.
No.5 The Nissin Building (1925) Style: Modern mixed with classical.
Once housed a Japanese shipping company.
No.6 China Merchants Bank Building (1897) Style: Mock Gothic.
One of the oldest buildings on the Bund.
No.7 The Great Northern Telegraph Company Building (1908) Style: Renaissance.
This building housed state-of-the-art equipment in its day including telephones, a tube system for telegrams and a lift!
No.9 The China Merchants Company Building (1901) Style: Neo-Classical
No.12 Shanghai Pudong Development Bank (1923) Style: Neo-Classical.
This building was the second largest in the world at the time. You can see restored ceiling mosaics in the entrance hall.
No.13 Shanghai Customs House (1927) Style: Greek-revival Neo-Classicist.
One of the symbols of the Bund, the Customs House is easily recognised by its clock tower.
No.14 Bank of Communications Building (1948) Style: Neo-Renaissance
No.15 Shanghai Foreign Exchange Trade Centre (1901) Style: Neo-Renaissance
No.16 China Merchants Bank (formerly the Bank of Taiwan) (1924) Style: Western Architectural Style
No.17 AIA Building (formerly the building of the North China Daily News) (1921)
No.18 Chartered Bank Building (1923) Style: Neo-Grecian. Once a grand British owned bank.
No.20 North Building of the Peace Hotel (1929) Style: Art Deco.
Formely Sassoon House. You can’t miss the distinct green copper pyramid roof.
No.23 Bank of China Building (1937) Style: Chinese.
Notable for its flat roof.
No.24 Industrial and Commercial Bank of China (1920) Style: Neo-Grecian
No.26 Agricultural Bank of China (1920)
No.27 Foreign Trade Mansion (1922) Built for Jardine, Matheson & Company who traded in tea and silk
No.28 Shanghai Media & Entertainment Group (1922) Style: Renaissance
No.29 China Everbright Bank (1914) Style: Italian Renaissance style.
Formerly the Banque de L’ indochine Building. The arched gate is of Baroque style.
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