This family-friendly Shanghai hotel is located on the waterfront, within a 10-minute walk of The Bund and Pudong Riverside Promenade and Park. Nanjing Road Shopping ...
Located in Downtown Shanghai, this luxury hotel is within a 10-minute walk of Yu Yuan Garden and Old Chinese City. Flower, Bird, Fish & Insect Market and The ...
Narada Boutique Hotel Shanghai Yu Garden is in Huangpu, next to Yuyuan Garden, or the Garden of Happiness. Yuyuan Shopping Mall is a 10-minute walk from the ...
Located in Pudong, this hotel is within 20 mi (32 km) of Shanghai Disneyland©, Shanghai WIld Animal Park, and Shanghai New International Expo Centre. Jin Mao ...
Located on Nanjing Road just blocks from its pedestrian shopping area, this 40-floor hotel overlooks central People's Square and is less than 3 km (2 miles) ...
Located in Downtown Shanghai, this hotel is within a 15-minute walk of Nanjing Road Shopping District, People's Square, and Shanghai Museum. The Bund and Flower, ...
Shanghai is a modern city with old-world charm. Located on the Huangpu River, Shanghai has grown from a humble fishing town into the economic heart of China and is one of the country's most exciting tourist destinations. The Bund is a captivating waterfront area that is dotted with traditional Chinese buildings, majestic skyscrapers and Baroque mansions.
Western influences and local traditions combine to create a unique experience that appeals to travelers and adventures from all over the world. Huangpu River cruises are a wonderful way to take in all of the sites, and night tours are a fantastic way to see the colorful lights along the river. Bars, restaurants, hotels, art galleries and shops await the many visitors who trek to this coastal city. Orbitz.com can help you find deals and low prices on flights and hotels in the area, as well as information on local attractions.
Early May is one of the busiest seasons in Shanghai. International Labor Day falls on the first day of May, and locals have the day off. Twenty-three million people call Shanghai home, and the city can get quite congested during this time. Late March and April are better times to visit. The weather is pleasant, and prices are more reasonable than during peak tourist season. The Duanwu Festival is held in June and is one of the more popular attractions in Shanghai. Festivities include dragon boat races, eating traditional sticky rice wrapped in leaves, contests and performances.
The Miyabi Restaurant in Hongkou offers something a little different. Here you will find Japanese food, including sushi, sashimi and tenpanyaki.
During the Holocaust, the citizens of Shanghai took in thousands of Jewish refugees. Knowledgeable guides from Tours of Jewish Shanghai recount this amazing tale.
Nan Xiang Xiaolong Mantou in the Yuyuan Bazaar is known for its dumplings. During September and October, delightful crab dishes are also served.
The Drunken Dragon is a fun way to meet people and tour the city. Crawlers get an hour of open bar, free snacks, discounts on drinks and transportation.
Nanjing Road is the place to go for name brand fashions, fast food, jewelry, local silk goods, jade and embroidery.
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