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The Puxi riverside is a popular area brimming with glamour, history and culture.
Pudong’s very own version of suburbs with a touch of the future.
Former French Concession
Full of tree-lined avenues, boutiques and bars, the FFC is the playground of the young and hip.
Gubei / Hongqiao / Minhang
The expanse of residential areas to the west of Shanghai’s centre is full of hidden gems.
Jewish history and immersion in authentic Shanghainese living set Hongkou apart.
Flashy malls, luxe high-rises and trendy nightlife spots make Jing’an jump.
Shanghai’s financial centre is the future embodied in the present day.
The original walled city of Shanghai is preserved in its most famous tourist area.
People’s Square is awash with tourists every day who head there for museums, shopping and eating.
Some excellent hotels and restaurants serve as anchors to this slowly developing waterfront.
One of Shanghai’s most fashionable addresses, Xintiandi is full of high-end entertainment.
Living around Zhongshan Park lets you experience local life without sacrificing Western comforts.
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