The sixth Disneyland in the world and the first in Mainland China, Shanghai Disneyland has a total of seven theme attractions including Micky Avenue, Gardens of Imagination, Fantasyland, Treasure Cove, Adventure Isle. Tomorrowland, and Toy Story Theme Land.
Xin Tian Di is an urban lifestyle destination located at the heart of cosmopolitan Shanghai. Here, restored traditional Shanghainese residential stone houses “Shikumen”, are home to restaurants, bars, retail and concept stores.
Yuyuan Garden was constructed in 1559 during Ming Dynasty. The 55,000sqm garden has six scenic landscape areas, highlighting classical Chinese architecture. Admire the landscapes, exquisite sculptures, and carvings as you take a leisurely stroll through the gardens. Pick up some handcrafted local souvenirs at Yuyuan Garden Bazaar sit down for a break to enjoy snacks at the local tea houses.
The Bund is a 1.6km stretch along the promenade waterfront of Huangpu River. An iconic landmark of Shanghai for hundreds of years, The Bund is also recognized as “the museum of buildings”. Along this stretch on the waterfront, there are 52 colonial-era buildings of various architectural styles: Gothic, Romanesque, Baroque, Classical, the Renaissance and Art Deco. Enjoy a stroll along the Bund and admire the architecture of the row of historical buildings.
San Lin Tang Old Street is about 500 meters long. and has existed since the late Northern Song Dynasty—with a history of over a thousand years. The old street has a rich cultural heritage, home to traditional art such as embroidery, dragon and lion dance, porcelain, and dragon boat. This street is also the birthplace of benbangcai, a subset of Shanghainese cuisine. Don’t leave without trying authentic Shanghainese food in a hole in the wall joints on this historical street.
The Oriental Sports Centre is located on the bank of the beautiful Huangpu River and next to the Shanghai Expo in the New Pudong area. It sits on a man-made lake that connects to the river. At over 188,000 sqm, it houses four large buildings: gymnasium, natatorium, outdoor diving pool and the Oriental Sports Building. Designed by German architecture firm GMP, It is one of the new landmark buildings in Shanghai.
Museum of Art Pudong (MAP) is located in the heart of the riverside area. Construction began in 2017 and opened to the public in July 2021. MAP is built and managed by Lujiazui Group and designed by renowned French architect and the Pritzker Architecture Prize winner Jean Nouvel. The curators’ focus is introducing world-class artists and exhibitions to Shanghai, as well as grooming domestic artists, facilitating insightful dialogue and exchanges between the international and local art communities. It is slated to be the new cultural landmark in Shanghai, spotlighting Shanghai's arts and culture scene.
The Leisure Park is the first riverside park of the three green parks in Qiantan to open. Spanning over 266,640 sqm and along the Huangpu River coast, the park provides an urban oasis for residents with plenty of room for leisure and sports.
Shanghai K11 Art Mall is the first art mall in Mainland China. Located in the busy CBD district on Huaihai Road, the six-storey mall spans over 40,000sqm. Shanghai K11 Art Mall seamlessly blends art, people, nature and retail. They have created an immersive shopping experience bridging art, technology and experiential retail.
Adjacent to Shanghai Disneyland, Shanghai Village (Yi Oulai) is an expansive luxury retail outlet that covers over 55,000sqm. Here, you’ll find excellent deals on the last season’s collections from many different luxury fashion brands.
Crystal Plaza is located in the heart of the New Bund, Qiantan Pudong Shanghai. Built with environmentally progressive principles. Crystal Plaza is a stone’s throw from the waterfront park along the Huangpu River, it encapsulates “green urban living”, creating a vibrant and active social community in the area.
The Tai Koo Li Qiantan is a 120,000 square meters shopping complex jointly developed by Swire Group and Lujiazui Group in Pudong. The open plan layout and interconnected alleys are reminiscent of Shanghai’s cultural vibe. The expansive mixed-use development houses over 200 retail stores, including dining outlets, recreational lifestyle concept stores, and an experiential Wellness store.
Tucked away in the old French concession area, Speak Low is a speakeasy bar designed by 2012 Global bartending champion, Shingo Gokan. Part of the fun and experience is locating the secret entrance in a bar tools shop. The speakeasy mixes New York and British bartending elements creating a storm of new cocktails to ignite the five senses. Don’t leave without trying the bar’s namesake cocktail: Speak Low.
Mercato is a vibrant and laid back Italian restaurant with a menu of sharing plates from celebrated Michelin-starred Chef Jean-Georges Vongerichten.
Located at Three on the Bund, the restaurant is designed by Shanghai-based Lyndon Neri. The space skilfully combines stylish and rustic, echoing the menu of “farm chic”.
The menu is inspired by seasonal ingredients, with tapas-style shared plates. Pizzas are made in the wood-fired oven and diners can enjoy breath-taking views of Pudong’s skyline along with cocktails and a broad selection of wines.
Mercato is a mainstay on the Shanghai dining scene and listed in The Michelin Guide Shanghai 2018 and awarded The Michelin Plate 2019.
This restaurant pays homage to Hong Kong’s famous old tea-house Luk Yu, serving some of its iconic dishes. Located in Xintiandi, the first service for yumcha starts at 8am through to midnight. The interiors are opulent, with replica furniture and décor from Beijing’s Imperial Palace. There are six private dining rooms with a seating capacity of 12 persons for private parties and a terrace for lounge bar for al fresco drinks.
Founded in 1932, Da Hu Chun is one of the forefathers of Shanghai’s famous pan-fried pork bun. This snack is popular amongst locals and tourists for its thick yet fluffy soft dough, crispy base, and robust flavours of succulent minced pork on the inside. In addition to pan-fried pork buns, don’t leave without ordering the crispy cake and beef soup.