Shànghǎi pulls a rabbit or two from its top hat. This is home to the world's second-tallest tower and a host of other neck-craning colossi. But it's not all sky-scraping razzmatazz. Beyond the crisply cool veneer of the modern city typified by Pǔdōng, you can lift the lid to a treasure chest of architectural styles.
Bearing in mind that Chinese shoppers constitute up to 47% of the global luxury-goods market, shopping is rarely done in half-measures in Shànghǎi. hoice, whether you're in the market for antiques, ceramics, art, Tibetan jewellery...whatever is on your shopping list.
Běijīng often hogs the limelight as China’s cultural nexus, but for what is essentially a town of wheelers and dealers, Shànghǎi is surprisingly creative. Many art galleries are exciting, offering a window onto contemporary Chinese concerns, while nightlife options have exploded.
Thirty years ago, Shànghǎi's dour restaurant scene was all tin trays and scowling waiting staff, with international food confined to the dining rooms of 'exclusive' hotels.
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5 Star Chinese Standard The Great Tang Hotel (Shanghai Tangchao Jiudian) is adjacent to Shanghai F1 Circuit, home of the annual China Grand Prix, and offers 1, 159 rooms. The hotel is connected to Shanghai city center by Metro Line 11 and is only a 25-minute drive from Shanghai Hongqiao International Airport. Chinese, Western, and Japanese cuisines are served in the hotel restaurant. Recreational facilities include a gym, massage center and basketball court are available, as are conference and meeting rooms