Avoid the hordes of tourists by checking out a few of Shanghai’s lesser-known museums, quiet parks, and other hidden gems.
From exploring quirky museums and contemporary art, eating sour dumplings and drinking craft cocktails, and visiting the Buddha temple and sailing on riverboat tour, here are the very best things to see and do while visiting Shanghai, China.
Not far from Shanghai is Zhoushan Village, where about 10,000 people make their living from carving olive pits.
To try and see everything in China would be overwhelming, but tackle this list of 25 fantastic experiences and you’ll have stories to tell for years to come.
Whether you’re looking for get-your-hands-dirty street treats or dinner prepared by a three-Michelin-star chef, Shanghai is a foodie paradise.
The largest city proper in the world, Shanghai offers up world-class sightseeing and dining in a city that embodies the crossroads of East and West.