While just a short drive away, the water village of Nanxun feels worlds away from the modern skyscrapers and noisy, traffic-congested streets of Shanghai.
Ultramodern Shanghai can quickly make a traveler feel like they’re trapped in a sea of concrete, and springtime is the of the best times of year to get out and enjoy some of the city’s many green spaces. If you’re looking for a pop of color, check out some of Shanghai’s best spring flower displays.
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.