From hidden gems to must-see attractions, discover the best things to do in Shanghai with our travel guide.READ MORE
There's more to Shanghai than theme parks and soaring skyscrapers! Experience the best things to do, see and eat in the "Paris of the East" with our travel guide.
ATTRACTIONS IN SHANGHAI
Located in the heart of the vibrant Xintiandi, our hotel is the perfect base for your Shanghai adventure. We're just a stone's throw away from Huai Hai Road, a retail utopia.
But if you prefer somewhere more exciting, spice up your itinerary with these modern marvels and historic gems!
Address: 76 Xingye Road, Huangpu District, Shanghai, China
Stroll over to the Site of the First National Congress of the Chinese Communist Party, founded in 1921. Preserved as a museum, the two-storey shikumen documents the fascinating history of China, as well as the party's formation. It’s just a 5-minute walk from the hotel.
Address: Zhongshan East Road, Huangpu District, Shanghai, China
Soak in The Bund's charming sights and sounds — Shanghai's most iconic attraction. You’ll find more than 20 buildings of various architectural styles, including Gothic and Renaissance. The best time to explore this stretch is at night when the buildings come alive with gorgeous lights.
Address: Huangpu District, Shanghai, China
Yu Garden is located in the northeast of the old city of Shanghai, adjoining the City God Temple. It is a world famous classical garden in the southern Yangtze which was built more than 400 years ago in the Ming Dynasty. It is regarded as one of the representatives of the traditional culture in Shanghai.
Address: No.1850 Middle Huaihai Road, Xuhui District, Shanghai
Wukang Building, formerly known as the Normandy Mansions, was built in 1924 and invested by the International Savings Society. It is the first gallery apartment building in Shanghai and was designed by the renowned architect Laszlo Hudec who was living in Shanghai.
Address: No.120 Tai Kang Road, Xuhui District, Shanghai
Tianzifang is one of the popular landmarks in Shanghai. In order to start from the cultural and creative space, Tianzifang, which was once the city intellectuals receiving cultural and artistic edification, returns to the soul of cultural and creative.
Address: Located along East Zhongshan First Road, Huangpu District, Shanghai
With a total length of 1.5 kilometers, the Bund, which has extraordinary significance for Shanghai is located on the bank of the Huangpu River. It starts from the Shiliupu Pier on the south and ends up with the Waibaidu Bridge to the north, facing the Huangpu River on the east and 52 buildings in different Chinese and Western styles on the west. It is widely regarded as the \"Exhibition of World Architecture\".
Address: Nanjing Road, Huangpu District, Shanghai, China
Stretching 5.5 kilometers from the Bund to Jing'an Temple, Nanjing Road is "China's Number One Shopping Street". It’s lined with several shopping malls, restaurants, theatres, and retail stores selling new and old treasures. Start your day early if you wish to see them all!
Address: Lane 181 Taicang Road, Huangpu District, Shanghai
The old Shikumen-style buildings of the early 20th century in Xin Tian Di, with their red blocks and grey tiles, will bring you back to life in the old Shanghai as if in a time travel. You feel you are transported back in time, but culturally and historically imbued old homes have been turned into a hive of activity for diners, shoppers and entertainment and leisure seekers. Once you step into a door, the ambience of modernity is just overwhelming.
Address: No.753 North Shendi Road, Pudong New Area, Shanghai
Shanghai Disneyland is a Magic Kingdom-style theme park featuring classic Disney storytelling and characters but with authentic cultural touches and themes tailored specifically for the people of China. Shanghai.