Here are a couple of attractions in Shanghai I highly recommend for soaking up the city’s culture and atmosphere.
Nestled on the banks of the Huangpu River, this is the perfect place to capture the mesmerizing skyline featuring both colonial-era and contemporary architectural marvels.
Located in People’s Square, The Shanghai Museum is an excellent attraction if you want to learn about traditional ceramics, furniture, jade, coins, paintings and so on.
This is where parents gather and scour notices in the hopes of finding a suitable spouse for their adult children.
There are lots of rooftop bars that offer great vantage points but a really enjoyable way to take it all in is to go on a cruise along the Huang Pu River and The Bund, which is the waterway that runs through the city.
It boasts unique and innovative rides, such as Tron, one of the world’s coolest coasters, and the all-new Pirates attraction, plus a chance to walk down Mickey Avenue and meet the characters.