Enjoy a spectacular combination of visuals, live music, special effects and elaborate costumes at Shanghai Circus World – ERA Intersection of Time Acrobatics Show. Sound like a great time to you? Find out how to win 2 tickets to this stunning acrobatic show!
Thanks to the heat, humidity and heavy influx of tourists, summer isn’t necessarily the ideal time to visit Shanghai, but if you find yourself in the city during June, July or August, here’s some tips on how to cope.
China’s a big country — bigger than the United States — and it’s impossible to see everything on one trip. Beijing and Shanghai are two of the most popular Chinese destinations for tourists, and visiting Beijing from Shanghai is an option even if you don’t have much wiggle room in your itinerary.
While Shanghai is certainly a modern, international city, it’s still very different from what you’re probably used to back home, and you’ll have a much more rewarding and enriching experience if you heed these 10 bits of advice on what not to do in Shanghai.
A massive city like Shanghai isn’t the easiest to navigate, and with the exception of a few walkable areas like the French Concession or the Bund, you’ll need to rely on the city’s transportation system to get around.
Spring is one of the best times to visit Shanghai, thanks to mild weather, sparser tourist crowds and colorful cherry blossoms creating a natural spectacle in the city’s parks and gardens. While nearly any of Shanghai’s attractions will be pleasant in springtime, there are a few you really shouldn’t miss.