Shanghai has plenty to offer on both sides of the Huangpu River. It may be most convenient to take the metro when traversing between Puxi (West of the river) and Pudong (East of the river), and you can take a taxi, too, of course. However, there are several other options to take to make crossing […]
Aside from catching the best art exhibitions, some of Shanghai’s best art museums are are worth visiting just to ponder the architecture and exterior alone, which span from repurposed old spaces to new, multi-million dollar investments. You can visit the clusters of galleries located at M50 along the Suzhou River during a contemporary art walking […]
Shanghai is home to some of the world’s tallest skyscraping supertalls, recognized around world for shaping Shanghai’s iconic Pudong skyline. To see these architectural feats for yourself, and to perhaps challenge vertigo, your best bet is to take the Metro Line 2 to the Lujiazui station in Pudong. The minute you step outside you’ll see […]
Shanghai’s culinary scene is one of the best and most diverse in Asia, with options ranging from local, regional to international cuisine available at different price points, allowing you to sample world class fine dining during your travels. While, of course, you can choose to eat like a local, but as international interest continue to grow, the city has welcomed notable culinary names to set up shop there, making it one of the best cities to devour gastronomic feats (and feasts) from chefs around the world. So, as part of your trip-planning, be sure to make reservations for that extra-special meal.
It’s easy to lose sight of China’s rich heritage and history amid the ultra-modern skyscrapers and breakneck pace of Shanghai. If you’re looking for a more traditional attraction, consider a visit to the Jade Buddha Temple in Shanghai.