Take advantage of Shanghai’s growing café culture when you’re in town. Aside from caffeinated creations to indulge in and delicious local drinks to discover, many cafés in Shanghai offer free Wi-Fi, so stop by for a drink or snack, and to keep in touch with your friends and family while traveling.
It’s hard to find an area in the city with more concentrated options for things to do than Fumin Road, located in the Former French Concession between Julu Road and Changle Road. Here are five reasons why you should add Fumin Road to your Shanghai itinerary. 1. Eat – International Options abound for international fare […]
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 back more than 2,000 years with traditions that continue on today.
The Shanghai film industry prides itself in producing some of the country’s best cinematic works year on year. If you’re a film buff, there are a few spots in Shanghai that pay homage to the golden era of Shanghai film, or, better yet, visit a studio to create some camera-ready moments for yourself. Located in […]
Shanghai is a shopper’s paradise, that’s for sure. Aside from luxury goods and market finds, however, show your support for talent from across China by shopping local designs in Shanghai. Homeware + Décor Tucked inside the quaint Ferguson Lane complex in the Former French Concession is the beautifully curated shop C’est Si Bon, which showcases […]