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Shanghai

Shanghai: few cities in the world evoke so much history, excess, glamour, mystique and exotic promise in name alone.

Shanghai is home to the worlds second-tallest tower and a host of other neck-craning colossi. But its not all sky-scraping razzmatazz. Beyond the crisply cool veneer of the modern city typified by Pudong, you can encounter copious architectural styles. The citys period of greatest cosmopolitan excess the 1920s and 1930s left the city with splendid examples of art deco buildings, most of which survived the vicissitudes of the 20th century. And theres more: from Jesuit cathedrals, Jewish synagogues and Buddhist temples to home-grownlngtng(laneway) andshkmn(stone gate) housing, Shanghais diverse architectural heritage is like no other citys on earth.

Thirty years ago, Shanghais dour restaurant scene was all tin trays and scowling wait staff, with international food confined to exclusive hotels. Today, the seriously good restaurant scene is varied, exciting and up-to-the-minute. Shanghai got its own Michelin dining guide in 2017, proving just how far the city has come. Food is the hub of Chinese social life, and its while eating that people catch up, celebrate and clinch business deals. Inevitably, some of your best memories here will be culinary. Do as the Shanghainese do and make a meal of it.

Bearing in mind that Chinese shoppers constitute up to 46% of the global luxury-goods market, shopping is rarely done in half-measures in Shanghai. Retail therapy is one way of spending new money and the Shanghainese arent called (xioz little capitalists) by the rest of China for nothing, especially at the luxury end of things. But its not all Prada, Gucci and Burberry. There are pop-up boutiques, bustling markets, cool vintage shops and young designer outlets. Beyond clothing, youre spoiled for choice, whether youre in the market for antiques, ceramics, art, jewelry whatever is on your shopping list.

Beijing often hogs the limelight as Chinas cultural nexus, but for a town of wheelers and dealers, Shanghai is surprisingly creative. Many art galleries are exciting, offering a window into contemporary Chinese concerns, while nightlife options have exploded. Acrobatics shows are always a tourist favorite and you might grab the chance to catch some Chinese opera. Shanghais music and club scenes are vibrant: from unpretentious jazz and indie venues to all-night hip-hop and electro-dance parties, the city swings with the best of them.

With its shaded alcoves, glittering pools churning with fish, plus pavilions, pines sprouting wistfully from rockeries, and roving packs of Japanese

Symbolic of concession-era Shanghai, the Bund was the citys Wall Street, a place of feverish trading and fortunes made and lost. Originally a towpath for

One of Shanghais few active Buddhist monasteries, this temple was built between 1918 and 1928. The highlight is a transcendent Buddha crafted from pure

Chinas tallest building dramatically twists skywards from its footing in Lujiazui. The 121-storey, 632m-tall, Gensler-designed Shanghai Tower topped out

Tianzifang and Xintiandi are based on a similar idea an entertainment complex housed within a warren of lngtng (, alleyways). Unlike Xintiandi,

With its own namesake metro station, Xintiandi has been a Shanghai icon for over a decade. An upmarket entertainment and shopping complex modelled on

This must-see museum escorts you through the craft of millennia and the pages of Chinese history. Its home to one of the most impressive collections in

Shanghai may be known for its glitz and glamour, but its got an edgy subculture too. The industrial M50 art complex is one prime example, where galleries

With the original temple dating back to AD 1216, the much-restored Jingan Temple was here well before all the audacious skyscrapers and glitzy shopping

With its shaded alcoves, glittering pools churning with fish, plus pavilions, pines sprouting wistfully from rockeries, and roving packs of Japanese

Symbolic of concession-era Shanghai, the Bund was the citys Wall Street, a place of feverish trading and fortunes made and lost. Originally a towpath for

One of Shanghais few active Buddhist monasteries, this temple was built between 1918 and 1928. The highlight is a transcendent Buddha crafted from pure

Chinas tallest building dramatically twists skywards from its footing in Lujiazui. The 121-storey, 632m-tall, Gensler-designed Shanghai Tower topped out

Tianzifang and Xintiandi are based on a similar idea an entertainment complex housed within a warren of lngtng (, alleyways). Unlike Xintiandi,

With its own namesake metro station, Xintiandi has been a Shanghai icon for over a decade. An upmarket entertainment and shopping complex modelled on

This must-see museum escorts you through the craft of millennia and the pages of Chinese history. Its home to one of the most impressive collections in

Shanghai may be known for its glitz and glamour, but its got an edgy subculture too. The industrial M50 art complex is one prime example, where galleries

With the original temple dating back to AD 1216, the much-restored Jingan Temple was here well before all the audacious skyscrapers and glitzy shopping

Xuhui Runway Park has been built on Shanghais only civilian airport as part of an urban revitalization project.

Disneyland Shanghai will reopen on 11 May after closing on 25 January due to the COVID-19 outbreak in China. Now as lockdown restrictions are beginning to

A distinct and striking bookshop has been unveiled inside a historical church in Shanghai, allowing visitors to peruse the aisles of a modern store built into

One of Paris great cultural landmarks has opened an outpost in Shanghai.

Visiting Shanghai alone? Here are our recommendations for the top things to do (and places to eat) in Shanghai for solo travellers.

From avant-garde cuisine in Shanghai to dining underwater in the Maldives, here are seven of the most expensive restaurants in the world.

The water towns of eastern China near Shanghai are renowned for their pretty whitewashed houses, arched stone bridges and bustling canal-side streets

The worlds first underground hotel has officially opened inside the abandoned Shenkeng Quarry in Shanghai, China. After almost four years of

When a luxury hotel comes along with its own nightclub pre-installed, take it as evidence of Shanghais re-emergence as Asias glam party capital. In the

InterContinental Shanghai Wonderland (also known as the Deep Pit Hotel), will finally open its doors in October. The eye-popping, luxury hotel is standing

Forty-five kilometres of recreational foot and cycle paths have been opened along the Huangpu riverfront in Shanghai. The paths take in a number of the

The village of Houtouwan on the tiny Chinese island of Shengshan truly is a sight to behold. Once an active fishing hub, inhabitants began to abandon

Shanghai is a metropolis abounding in energy and excitement and theres no shortage of interesting things to do. Designer shopping malls, expensive

This year, China welcomes the Rooster, crowing in the new year on 28 January 2017. The Rooster is the tenth animal in the Chinese zodiac (between the

These are our favorite local haunts, touristy spots, and hidden gems throughoutShanghai.

With its shaded alcoves, glittering pools churning with fish, plus pavilions, pines sprouting wistfully from rockeries, and roving packs of Japanese

Symbolic of concession-era Shanghai, the Bund was the citys Wall Street, a place of feverish trading and fortunes made and lost. Originally a towpath for

One of Shanghais few active Buddhist monasteries, this temple was built between 1918 and 1928. The highlight is a transcendent Buddha crafted from pure

Chinas tallest building dramatically twists skywards from its footing in Lujiazui. The 121-storey, 632m-tall, Gensler-designed Shanghai Tower topped out

Tianzifang and Xintiandi are based on a similar idea an entertainment complex housed within a warren of lngtng (, alleyways). Unlike Xintiandi,

With its own namesake metro station, Xintiandi has been a Shanghai icon for over a decade. An upmarket entertainment and shopping complex modelled on

This must-see museum escorts you through the craft of millennia and the pages of Chinese history. Its home to one of the most impressive collections in

Shanghai may be known for its glitz and glamour, but its got an edgy subculture too. The industrial M50 art complex is one prime example, where galleries

With the original temple dating back to AD 1216, the much-restored Jingan Temple was here well before all the audacious skyscrapers and glitzy shopping

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