Immerse yourself in an utterly iconic city of art and culture.
Calling Shanghai city the ‘Paris of the Orient’ vastly understates its appeal. French colonial architecture confronts ultra-modern developments, with Art Deco construction along the Bund giving way to the soaring skyscrapers of Pudong. In between you’ll find leafy, European-style avenues, Buddhist temples and even a few Jesuit cathedrals. Avid shoppers struggle to keep pace with Shanghai’s retail offerings. Meanwhile, dining options begin with authentic Chinese noodle shops and branch into myriad Pan-Asian restaurants and the boutique bistros of the French Concession. Likewise, the entertainment scene features traditional Chinese opera houses, clubs hosting internationally renowned DJs and virtually everything in between.