Things to do in shanghai
Now Shanghai has its own Michelin dining guide! The dining out scene of Shanghai has taken up a wholly different form with restaurants, cafes, bars, clubs serving up the best in Chinese - from traditional to experimental - as well as European with great flair across a host of cheap street-side cafes to exclusive fine dine restaurants by the Bund. The art and culture scene of Shanghai is worth a mention. Among a host of activities in Shanghai you have the option to catch a Chinese opera performance, an acrobatics show, a jazz night or an EDM party.
Of course Shanghai is home to the world’s second tallest sky-scraper, a modern day architectural marvel, but not every piece of architecture in the city is a creation of the modern times. You can get a sense of its heritage with the art deco buildings, Buddhist shrines, Jewish synagogues, stone gate houses among other fine pieces that dot the city. It is extremely rewarding to go sightseeing in Shanghai, walk around and slurp on some hand-pulled noodles at a cheap roadside cafe as you go. There is plenty to discover in Shanghai.