Neighbourhood Features

  • Yu Garden
    • The garden is located in the centre of the Old City next to the Chenghuang Miao area in Shanghai, China. It is considered as one of the most lavish and finest Shanghai, Chinese gardens in the region. The garden is accessible from the nearby Yuyuan Garden Station on the Shanghai Metro line 10.
  • The Bund
    • The Bund alongside Huangpu River was once the financial centre of the Far East. It is considered as the city’s symbol since the 1920s. It is often referred to as “the museum of buildings”, as many different styles of European buildings can be found here. Now it is even more attractive as you can also see modern skyscrapers just opposite to the Huangpu River. That gives you a strong contrast between modern life and the past.
  • Huaihai Road shopping district
    • One of Shanghai’s most prominent commercial streets, this is a lengthy boulevard of top quality stores, restaurants, showrooms and designer label glitter.
  • City Supermarket
    • A small but comprehensive supermarket, it is a place to find Western foods that are not always easy to come by. It’s pricey, but there’s a good selection, and a well stocked deli. Daily 8am to 10pm. Free delivery over RMB100.
  • Xintiandi Entertainment Hub
    • This is a purely pedestrian shopping, eating and entertainment area, created from traditional shikumen (“stone gate”) houses on narrow alleys. There is a modern shopping mall with a cinema complex, and some adjoining houses which now serve as book stores, cafes and restaurants. Xintiandi is renowned for its active nightlife. It is a perfect spot for individuals who pursue an unwinding nightlife to stroll around.
  • People’s Square Shanghai
    • People’s Square is a large public square just off of Nanjing Road in the Huangpu District of Shanghai. People’s Square is the site of Shanghai’s municipal government building, and is used as the standard reference point for measurement of distance in the Shanghai municipality. Prior to 1949, People’s Square was a part of the horseracing course of Shanghai. After gambling and horseracing were banned, a part of the race course became the People’s Square.
  • Lujiazui
    • Lujiazui is an important financial district in Pudong, Shanghai. It is the only finance and trade zone among the 185 state-level development zones in mainland China. There are more than 30 commercial buildings, and over 504 domestic and overseas financial and insurance corporations located in Lujiazui.
  • The Oriental Pearl Tower
    • The Oriental Pearl Tower is a TV tower located opposite to The Bund of Shanghai. At 468 m (1,535 ft) high, it is the tallest completed tower in Asia, and the third tallest tower in the world. The tower has fifteen observatory levels. The highest (known as the Space Module) is at 350 m (1148 ft).
  • The Jin Mao Tower
    • An 88-storey landmark supertall skyscraper in the Lujiazui area of the Pudong district, it contains offices and the Shanghai Grand Hyatt Hotel. Until 2007 it was the tallest building in the PRC, the fifth tallest in the world by roof height and the seventh tallest by pinnacle height. There is an observation hall on the 88th floor. The Tower also accommodates a shopping mall, restaurants and nightclubs.
  • Shanghai Tower
    • The Shanghai Tower is a megatall skyscraper under construction in Lujiazui, Pudong, Shanghai. It is the tallest of a group of three adjacent supertall buildings in Pudong. The other two are the Jin Mao Tower and the Shanghai World Financial Centre. The building stands approximately 632 metres (2,073 ft) high and has 121 storeys, with a total floor area of 380,000 m2 (4,090,000 sq ft). It is expected to open to the public in 2015.