Shanghai

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Downtown & French Concession
7 reviews
To understand the true scale of Shanghai and its ongoing building boom, visit the Master Plan Hall of this museum. — Fodor's
8
People’s Square
5 reviews
With 120,000 works of art on view, this premier collection of Chinese artifacts warrants at least half a day. — Condé Nast Traveler
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Puxi (Downtown Shanghai)
5 reviews
This cluster of art galleries and artist studios, inside a sprawling former textile mill, sits beside Suzhou Creek. — Fodor's
8
Pǔdōng & Century Avenue Area
5 reviews
Three panoramic terraces, one of which has a transparent floor, offer extraordinary views over Shanghai. — Michelin Guide
8
Pǔdōng & Century Avenue Area
6 reviews
This Rockbund Art Museum (RAM) regularly exhibits innovative works from some of China’s biggest contemporary artists including Zheng Fanzi and Cai Guo Ciang. — Time Out
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Downtown & French Concession
6 reviews
Offers the pleasant spectacle of the Chinese indulging in their favourite pastimes such as exercising and playing board games. — Michelin Guide
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The Bund
4 reviews
The Bund (quay) has... been transformed into a paved esplanade, lined by trendy boutiques, but it is still as popular and lively as ever. — Michelin Guide
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Hongkou
5 reviews
This insightful museum expertly tells the history of the city's Jewish migration waves—in particular, when Shanghai welcomed 30,000 Jewish refugees fleeing the Holocaust in Europe. — Travel + Leisure
8
Pǔdōng & Century Avenue Area
4 reviews
Jin Mao’s 88th-floor observation deck offers sweeping views of the city, — Afar Magazine
8
Hóngkǒu & North Shànghǎi
5 reviews
Inside the Jade Buddha Temple, follow the right-hand corridor past the Hall of Heavenly Kings and the Guanyin Hall to arrive at the Jade Buddha Hall — Lonely Planet
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People’s Square
4 reviews
The spectacular front wall of glass shines as brightly as the star power in this magnificent theater. — Fodor's
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People’s Square
5 reviews
This massive contemporary art museum, housed in a former power plant, opened in late 2012. — Fodor's
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The Bund
3 reviews
This hotel at the corner of the Bund and Nanjing Dong Lu is among Shanghai's most treasured buildings. — Fodor's
8
People’s Square
2 reviews
Home of the Shanghai Museum, the city's enormous main square is a social center for locals. — Fodor's
8
Pǔdōng & Century Avenue Area
4 reviews
The earliest symbol of the new China, this hideous gray tower with three tapering levels of pink spheres (meant to resemble pearls) still holds a special place in many a local heart. — Frommer's
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Old Town
3 reviews
When it was finally finished it won international praise as "the best garden in southeastern China." — Fodor's
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Puxi (Downtown Shanghai)
4 reviews
More spacious and slightly removed from the rest of the M50 galleries, m97 specializes in photography. — Fodor's
8
Old Town
3 reviews
This temple honoring China's great sage offers quiet refuge from the crowded streets of the old Chinese city. — Frommer's
8
Former French Concession
3 reviews
Song Qinqling is laid to rest in a mausoleum here. — Michelin Guide
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Xintiandi
5 reviews
A veritable melting pot, Xintiandi is a restored area of old Shikumen-style houses — Afar Magazine
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