What to see in China
Tourist attractions Shanghai
Shanghai’s appeal stretches across generations, from the glamour and glitz of the 1920s, the city’s ‘Golden Age’, typified in the Art Deco architecture of the Bund, to the ultra-modern skyscrapers of Pudong, Shanghai’s high-tech hub. As the nation’s most developed and largest city, no tour of China is complete without a visit to Shanghai to contemplate its eclectic buildings, diverse neighbourhoods and ‘anything is possible’ atmosphere.
Aside from its financial centre and reputation as a shopping paradise, one thing that Shanhai stands out for is its amazing food scene. Chock-full of Michellin-star eats, scrumptious street food and quirky cafeterias, food is at the heart of Shanghainese culture, so come with an empty stomach and eat your way through delicious Chinese delicacies.