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Located in Downtown Shanghai, this luxury hotel is within 1 mi (2 km) of Nanjing Road Shopping District, People's Square and The Bund. People's Square Station ...
Shanghai Marriott Hotel City CentreRs7,974
Located in Downtown Shanghai, this luxury hotel is within a 10-minute walk of Huxinting Tea House, Yu Garden, and Shanghai Old Street. Old Chinese City and The ...
Renaissance Shanghai Yu Garden HotelRs6,977
W Shanghai - The BundRs15,748
Located in Hong Kou, this luxury hotel is 0.3 mi (0.5 km) from North Sichuan Road and within 3 miles (5 km) of Nanjing Road Shopping District and Old Chinese ...
Sheraton Shanghai Hongkou HotelRs5,831
Located in Downtown Shanghai, this luxury hotel is within a 10-minute walk of Madame Tussaud's Wax Museum, Shanghai Urban Planning Exhibition Center and Brilliance ...
Radisson Blu Hotel Shanghai New WorldRs6,778
Located in Downtown Shanghai, this luxury hotel is within 1 mile (2 km) of Yuyuan Bazaar, Old Chinese City and The Bund. Nanjing Road Shopping District and Yu ...
Les Suites Orient, Bund ShanghaiRs8,228
Located in Pudong, this luxury hotel is within 3 mi (5 km) of The Bund, Jin Mao Tower and Mercedes Benz Arena. Yu Garden and Oriental Pearl Tower are also within ...
Sheraton Grand Shanghai Pudong Hotel & ResidencesRs5,960
Located in Changning, this luxury hotel is 2.3 mi (3.7 km) from Jing'an Temple and 2.7 mi (4.4 km) from Jade Buddha Temple. Former Shanghai French Concession ...
Renaissance Shanghai Zhongshan ParkRs5,980
Grand Central Hotel ShanghaiRs7,804
This family-friendly Shanghai hotel is located near the airport, 3.7 mi (5.9 km) from Shanghai Disneyland©, and within 12 mi (20 km) of Century Park and Shanghai ...
Novotel Shanghai CloverRs5,596
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Today, Shanghai is on the verge of reclaiming its 1930s status as China's most prosperous and populous metropolis. The Huangpu River is the dividing line between Puxi, where most of Shanghai's history and tourist attractions are located, and Pudong, where shiny skyscrapers and shopping centres are the symbols of the city's promising future.Don’t Miss
Shanghai's leafy French Concession district, which earned the city its 'Paris of the East' nickname, is filled with refurbished shikumen houses. The Bund colonial riverside is often called 'the museum of buildings' because all sorts of European architectural influences can be seen in the structures which once contained trading houses and banks from around the world. These buildings can be admired from a recently reconstructed riverfront walkway or aboard Huangpu River cruises.
Even older Shanghai structures like Huxingting Tea House and the City God Temple have stood in the ancient Old City for centuries. Nearby Huangpu combines a mix of historic landmarks such as the Shanghai Museum, People's Park, and People's Square with a more modern urban planning exhibition hall and underground shopping centre.
This sprawling metropolis also contains a surprisingly large number of serene green spaces like the Old City's Yu Garden and Yangpu's Gongqing Forest Park. Shanghai Zoo, Zhongshan Park, and Hongqiao International Airport are all situated in the primarily residential Changning district.Restaurants and Bars
Sweet and oily are the two words most commonly used to describe Shanghai cuisine, which is often prepared with fresh seafood and bright colours. The city's signature dishes include drunk crab, boiled eel, and small steamed buns called xiaolongbao. Street vendors and small restaurants situated along side streets often serve the cheapest food, while the Bund district is a good place to find familiar Western fast food chains.Shopping
Nanjing Road may be Shanghai's most famous shopping street, but there are plenty of other reasons why this city is China's primary shopping paradise. Handmade crafts and jewellery are sold at the Yuyuan Bazaar, while the French Concession is filled with small clothing boutiques which sell cheaper clothing than Shanghai's luxury designer shops. Fuzhou Road's shops sell Chinese calligraphy and stationery, while Yuyuan Gardens and Dongtai Road Antiques Market are the city's main antiques areas.
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