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Unlock the magic of Shanghai

Known as the ‘Paris of the Orient’, Shanghai is steeped in culture, history and glamour in equal measure. Get to the heart of this fascinating city.

Attractions in Shanghai

Jade Buddha Temple
Home to two priceless Burmese jade statues, it was built during the Qing Dynasty.
People's Square
This spectacular space in the heart of the city is a hub of activity.
Shanghai Museum
The museum has over 120,000 pieces of ancient chinese art and is arranged in line with Feng Shui principles,
Old Town Shanghai
Situated inside Shanghai's ancient walled city, it is at least 1000 years old and bursting with history.
Old City God Temple
Built to protect the people, the gods here are regarded as patron saints in Taoism.
Yuyuan Garden and Bazaar
Visit the garden then get lost in the bustling bazaar where vendors sell their wares in hidden lanes.
Tianzifang
Known as the 'Soho of Shanghai', this area was originally a lane factory but now an entertainment hotspot.
The Bund
As the city's stand out landmark, this remarkable waterfront is perfect for strolling and people-watching.
Huangpu River
With Pudong to the East and Puxi to the west, the Huangpu river connects both sides of the city.
Ferry Ride
With their century old transport history in Shanghai, ferry boats remain a popular choice.
Pudong
This futuristic district epitomises 'New Shanghai' and cements its place in the global economy.
Xiao long bao
A type of steamed bun stuffed with meat and cooked in a bamboo steaming basket.
Sheng jian bao
Similar to the Xiao long bao, these dumplings are pan fried and dangerously delicious.
Xie ke huang
A pastry shaped like a crab shell. It is a speciality in the region and comes with a variety of fillings.
Chang shou mian
Handmade wheat noodles that have become a staple chinese food.
Stir fried bull frog
Ramp up the adventure with this popular local dish cooked in green peppers.
Deep fried Wonton
Delicious pork dumplings deep-fried and served with vinegar.
Xinjiang Stone Oven Naan
From the Xinjiang province, this traditional bread is made in a stone oven.
Yellow Wine
This distinctly flavoured traditional Chinese wine is made from fermented rice.
Silk Mill
Experience how world famous South China silk is made by visiting a real silk mill.
Fangsheng Bridge
Take part in the tradition of buying live fish then releasing them back into the open water for good luck.
Kezhi Garden
Commonly called the ‘Ma family Garden’, it is home to a beautiful courtyard and historical buildings.
Moon View Pavillion
A beautiful courtyard in the Kehzi Gardens.
Lu Xun Park
Formerly known as Hongkou Park, this is one of the city's most pleasant green spaces.
Lu Xun Museum
This former residence charts the life of one of China's most celebrated literary figures.
Duolun Road Cultural Street
This picturesque street was once the home of many of China's most famous writers.
Hongde Temple
This church is built in a Chinese style and features a grey-brick interior and high wooden ceilings.
Shanghai Duolon Museum of Modern Art
Expand your knowledge at this lesser known art museum focusing on experimental contemporary art.
Jewish Refugees Museum
Formerly the Ohel Moshe Synagogue, the exhibitions displays stories of Shanghai Jews in words and pictures.
Qiao Family Road
Named after the richest trading family in Shanghai, this road dates back to this amazing city's origin.
Heavenly Light Lane
Learn more about Shanghai's history here on the first street to have public electronic light in the city.
Grey Gardens
Also known as 'The Secluded Library', these enchanting gardens were built for the Lu family in 1763.
Anren Street
Stroll through the few remaining laneway houses and see traditional community living that is fast disappearing.
Flower and Bird Market
This is where locals go to buy turtles, fish and flowers and it is one of few traditional markets left.
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