Take a Ride on The Maglev
It is the world’s fastest train, and a ride in the Maglev train to the city center from Pudong Airport is a perfect way to feel super-modern Shanghai. At 430 kmph, twice the speed of a theme park roller coaster, this train covers 30 km in only 7 minutes.
Bird's-Eye View the City from the World Financial Center
The 5th tallest building in the world competes with the Oriental Pearl TV Tower for most prominent elevated views in the Shanghai metropolitan. The Sky Walk, on the 100th floor where you can see the Chinese metropolis from 474m above the ground.
Watch Performances At Circus World
Tourists enjoy an assortment of household and worldwide live performances such as dances, shows and music competitions at this venue. China’s modern achievements, for example, the Maglev Train and the first manned space mission ship are also displayed here.
Roller Coaster at Happy Valley
The Mega-Lite, Fireball, and Dive Machine are three distinctive thriller rides to choose from. The Gyro Swing rises to 15 stories while the Fireball wooden roller coaster blasts at super high speeds. Also, you will have a brilliant bird’s view of the park aboard the Gyro.
Shanghai, the biggest cities among other Chinese destinations, is well connected by air. The popular terminals are Pudong International Airport and the Hongqiao Aiport.
Shanghai is well connected by rail as well. The high-speed trains leave from 06:00 until 22:30 every day to most almost all the major cities in China, including Beijing, Guangzhou, Tianjin, Dalian, Shenzhen, Chongqing, Shenyang, Jinan, Qingdao, Taiyuan, Zhengzhou, Harbin, Shijiazhuang and Xi’an.
There are plenty of ferry services from Osaka (Japan) and Kobe weekly and Hong Kong.
One of the most celebrated architectural symbols of Shanghai; the Bund was first used when the first British organization opened an office there in the year 1846. It is also known as the waterfront and is encompassed by around 50 different structures of various architectural styles including Baroque, Romanesque, Gothic and Classicism.
First established in Ming Dynasty by Pan Yun Dian and later expanded significantly. Yuyuan Garden was undoubtedly the best garden in southeast China and appreciates a history of more than 400 years since its first establishment.
The Shanghai Museum
Established in 1952, the Shanghai Museum remains the most important museum of classical Chinese art of China. Its unique round top with square base covers traditional Chinese concepts of the earth.
Jade Buddha Monastery
One of the most well known Buddha religious temples in Shanghai, and there are plenty of religious events hosted by the temple. The great Devajara Hall, Recumbent Buddha Hall, Mahavira Hall, the Jade Buddha Tower, Amitabh Hall, Tang Hall and the Kwan-yin Hall, are some of the most popular structures of the temple.
Glutinous Rice Balls
You Tiao / Shao Bing
Clothes & Shoes
This bazaar has an astonishing array of traditional Chinese items, for example, paintings by folk artists, calligraphy, old bank notes, wood carvings and pearls from Taihu Lake. You can buy them at affordable prices here.
Huaihai Road Market
A bustling commercial street is one of the busiest shopping zones in Shanghai. Also, it sells clothing of every type and is the epitome of the modern history of Shanghai. There are hundreds of shops displaying a myriad of styles here, including international and western name brands.
An old Shanghai-style lane combines the commerce and arts between South Chongqing Road and Ruijin Second Road, near Ruijin Hospital. Taikang Road has a culture all of its own with original boutiques and art studios providing extraordinary shopping opportunities.
Nanjing East Road
The road is a well-known shopping area which offers a dizzying array of things. There are over 600 shops offering anything you could want. It has also become an area for local people and visitors to experience the culture of modern Shanghai.
M on the Bund - No 5, East of Zhongshan Road, Huangpu District, the Bund
Mediterranean, Middle Eastern and North African Inspired Dishes
Xibo - 3/F, 83 Changshu Road, in Jing an, near Julu Road
Pan-Fried Bread and Roasted Eggplant With Peppers
Char- 585 Zhongshan Dong Er L, in the Bund
The Wagyu Eye-Fillet
Kathleen's 5 - 5th Floor, Shanghai Art Museum, 325 Nanjing Xi Lu
Western Fusion Dishes