Detailed Shanghai City Map in vector file format you can edit in your own design software. Your topographic plan at street level contains editable layers for each cartographic category like roads, buildings, rivers, points of interests et cetera. This Shanghai City Vector Map includes not only the city centre but the suburbs as well.
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Specifications of the Vector Shanghai City Map
- File format: Adobe Illustrator CC / CS6, other file formats like .jpg, .pdf, .png or .eps are available on request
- File size: 4 MB
- Scale: 1:7.500
- English and Chines street names
- Publishing date: 2018
- Online delivery
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Shanghai (上海 Shànghǎi), with a population of more than 23 million (with over 9 million migrants), is the largest and most developed city in China. Shanghai was the largest and most prosperous city in the Far East already during the 1930's, and has remained the most developed city in mainland China. In the past 20 years Shanghai has again become an attractive city for tourists from all over the world. The world once again had its eyes on the city when it hosted the 2010 World Expo, recording the greatest number of visitors in the event's history.
The Bund (外滩 Wàitān)
The colonial riverside of old Shanghai, has dozens of historical buildings lining the Huangpu River, which once housed numerous foreign banks and trading houses. The riverfront walkway has recently undergone a major reconstruction and reopened to the public in March 2010.
Changning (长宁区; Chángníngqū)
Hongqiao International Airport sits here in addition to the Shanghai Zoo. Changning is a very large, residential district but in recent years has seen more commercial and entertainment hubs develop, especially the area around Zhongshan Park.
French Concession (Luwan, Xuhui)
Leafy district once known as the Paris of the East, includes the refurbished shikumen houses of Xintiandi and Shanghai Stadium, one of Shanghai's most rich and vibrant neighborhoods. The Xujiahui shopping district is home to five large shopping malls.
Hongkou (虹口区; Hóngkǒuqū)
Home of Lu Xun Park as well as a football stadium, once home to Shanghai's substantial Jewish population in the first half of the 20th century.
Huangpu excluding the Old City (黄浦区; Huángpǔqū)
The traditional center of Shanghai, home to People's Square, People's Park, the Shanghai Museum, Shanghai Urban Planning Exhibition Hall, City Hall, and the city's largest metro station, underneath a large underground shopping mall. Adjacent to People's Square is the East Nanjing Road pedestrian mall.
Jing'an District (静安区; Jìngānqū)
Home to Jing'an Temple, this area has been continuously inhabited since the 3rd century AD. The commercial district of West Nanjing Road extends from the center of Jing'an to People's Square.
Old City (南市; Nanshi)
Home of Yu Garden, the City God Temple and Huxingting Tea House, this is the historic Chinese area of the city, where much of the old wooden architecture of ancient Shanghai is still preserved.
Putuo (ᬑ陀区; Pǔtuóqū)
Yangpu (杨浦区; Yángpǔqū)
Where Fudan University and Tongji University are located. Also contains the excellent and spacious Gongqing Forest Park. For shoppers, Wujiaochang (五角场) is situated here.
Zhabei (闸北区; Zháběiqū)
Zhabei is an older district of Shanghai and the location of the Shanghai Railway Station. There is a large park, Daning-Lingshi, north of the station, as well as the Shanghai Circus.