Shanghai’s parks and gardens are big, beautiful and often free to visit, plus they offer some of the best people-watching in the city.
Jean Liu’s career started in the marketing department of a tour guide company. To learn more about the industry, she led a few tours of her hometown Shanghai. The experience was so much fun, Jean decided to quit her marketing job and become a full time private Viator tour guide. Jean now leads Shanghai history, [...]
While Chinese New Year is always the most important winter holiday in Shanghai, China’s international city knows how to ring in the new year with a bang. If your travels bring you to China at the end of 2013, here’s what you need to know about spending New Year’s Eve in Shanghai.
With one of Asia’s most recognizable skylines, it’s no wonder Shanghai is a city filled with great views, high and low. Before you leave, make sure to set aside time for a visit to one of these five places offering the best views of Shanghai.
Of any city in China, Shanghai for art lovers is one of the best, with a thriving street art scene and several excellent galleries and museums. Whether you’re a fan of the classics, modern works or sidewalk murals, you’ll find it in Shanghai.
Long before Cirque du Soliel became a household name, Chinese acrobats were performing mind boggling feats of balance, flexibility and strength. Chinese acrobatics shows in Shanghai — China’s modern metropolis — remain a popular form of entertainment, and every visitor should try to see one while in the city.