Visit Shanghai’s Modern Face
To see Shanghai’s modern edge, go straight to Lujiazui. Two of the world’s tallest buildings, the Shanghai World Financial Center and the Jin Mao Building, are joined by the Oriental Pearl TV Tower in mainland China’s best-known skyline. Cross the Huangpu River to see China’s top artists in the Moganshan Lu gallery district or head for a night of dining and drinks at the posh Xintiandi complex.
Find Indulgent Shanghai’s Spa’s and Restaurants
Indulgence is a prerequisite on any Shanghai city break. Get a spa treatment at the Banyan Tree Spa or a foot massage at one of the many massage options on Fuxing Middle Road after shopping the boutiques of Changle Road. Shanghai restaurants specialize in seafood pulled fresh from the East China Sea and served steamed or raw. Round off an evening with a cocktail at the world’s highest bar, Cloud 9, on the Jin Mao Building’s 87th floor.