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Shanghai stands unparalleled as the largest city in the world. Following its rapid development over the last two decades it has become a leading global city, with significant influence in ...
Day trips are a great way to see beyond the city that you're visiting and experience a multitude of sights in one day. This is especially true in such a big country like China. Day trips from ...
Written by Lydia, March 2013
With more than 23 million people, Shanghai is China’s largest city. While it’s possible to get to and from the city’s best sights by taxi or by taking the Metro, riding a bike allows you to explore ...
Written by Emma, Australia, July 2011
A stroll along The Bund in Shanghai
will reveal a rich mix of architectural styles that demonstrate the
wealth and power of the foreign companies in China at the time. No. 1 ...
Written by Lydia, December 2012
Chinese New Year is China‘s most important holiday and a fascinating time to be in Shanghai if you play your cards right. The history of the holiday, referred to as Spring Festival in China, dates ...
Written by John Reality, Cambodia, July 2012
If you’re seeking amusement in the greater Shanghai area, the following suggestions will help point you in the right direction.
Happy Valley Shanghai: Located roughly 25 miles from the downtown ...
Written by Shanghai Expert: Harris, China, March 2012
In the late 19th century and early 20th century, Shikumen Houses came into being in the foreign concessions of Shanghai .
In the European architectural style of closely connected townhouses and
Written by Lydia, October 2012
If you were to go back in time to the early 1900s and walk certain sections of Shanghai ,
you’d likely see kosher butcher shops in place of noodle stands and
newspapers and signage printed in ...
Written by John Reality, Cambodia, October 2011
As it is huge in most of Asia, karaoke night is no time to mess around.
When you are out with your friends or are just looking to meet some new
ones, make sure you go out on the town with the ...
Written by Lydia, February 2013
With its stunning modern skyline, thriving riverfront neighborhoods, world class restaurants and variety of day trip options to quaint rural villages, Shanghai is one of Asia’s most romantic ...
Written by John Reality, Cambodia, June 2012
Certainly one of the more interesting (if not strangest) museums in Shanghai ,
the Animation & Comics Museum is a load of fun for both children
and adults. The three-story museum in Pudong is ...
Written by Emma, Australia, September 2011
Shanghai cuisine, also known as Hu Cai , includes two styles – Benbang cuisine and Haipai cuisine. Editor’s Note: This recommendation was taken from our Shanghai Things To Do blog . Visit the ...
Written by Lydia, January 2013
winters might be cold and overcast, but they’re also largely
tourist-free before and after the holidays. If you plan your visit
during the annual Chinese New Year , you’ll get to ...
Written by Lydia, September 2012
Shanghai , China ’s modern commercial center, often gets overlooked for destinations like Beijing and Xi’an
when it comes to cultural experiences. As the rapidly evolving city
Written by John Reality, Cambodia, May 2012
Located roughly 25 miles (40.2 kilometers) from downtown Shanghai , Happy Valley Shanghai is an amusement park of epic proportions. Designed to service the most populace city in China ,
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