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These seem to be restored and maybe in some cases modified homes that date back to the time of the French Concession in Shanghai. My local Chinese guide did not know of this area, and she felt that the area had a more "European" feel...More
Just a hundred steps away from the Huaihai Road station of the Metro, this beautiful row of French villas turned into bars and restaurants entices visitors from around the globe.
Starbucks here is truly quaint as it is every inch, French. The paths are nice...More
The Sinan Mansions are a series of Western European buildings from the 1920s. It is quite a small area that it covers and has a nice intimate feel to it. There is a small museum telling of the history of the mansions along with its...More
A few blocks of former French Concession have been newly renovated into its original
1920 French style, now called Sinan Open Air Museum (思南露天博物馆, 思南公馆). There are over 50 unique buildings, each is very elegant. Now all buildings host some fancy stores or restaurant/cafe. There...More
Actually, it’s high on my list of neighborhoods in Shanghai, with all these cozy buildings, reminding strongly of some great parts of Europe.
For an architecture junkie, it’s pure delight. Or an amazing place to walk around, have a tea or a coffee of some...More
Another special little spot in Shanghai. Apparently all the buildings were taken down and rebuilt 90 degrees towards the street but it is a nice place to spend a few hours at restaurants or the shops. The Starbucks is located in one of the old...More
I walked through here on a Friday night and while the architecture was nice I really didn’t see much of interest. There were stores and a number of bars and restaurants. Some had interesting names like Boxing Cat Brewery or Hitachino Brewing Lab. If in...More
Part of French Concession where are modified to be the museum, exibition, restaurants, coffee shop, hotel...
Imagine you are working among the french residence with beautiful garden, greenery area..
If you love photos taking, You can enjoy it haft of the day
Sinan Mansions on Sinan Lu boost a collection of mansions for Shanghai’s elite. In fact, it’s just down the road from the former residence of China’s premier Zhao Enlai and Sun Yat Sen. But it doesn’t always look this way, while the architectural design is...More