City Attractions

  • Shanghai Disneyland
    • Having opened its doors in the Pudong New Area in June 2016, the brand new Shanghai Disneyland is the world’s sixth park! With the tallest Enchanted Storybook Castle, Treasure Cove (Disney’s first pirate-themed garden), an 800-room Toy Story Hotel, and more thrill rides, princesses and live entertainments than ever, Shanghai’s mighty new Disneyland has certainly made its mark. Everything you love about Disney, but bigger!
  • Shanghai Binjiang Forest Park
    • A welcome day trip in Pudong. Located in Gaoqiao Town and spanning over 300 hectares, Shanghai’s Binjiang Forest Park sits where the Huangpu River, Yangzte River and the East China Sea converge. The parkland makes an awe-inspiring landscape and houses numerous natural habitats for wildlife. Come to explore the flora and fauna and learn about the ecosystems!
  • Chongming Island
    • The third largest island in China, Chongming, is located in the Yangtze River’s east estuary, where rampant forests, wide lakes and wetlands are an unexpected treat. Whether you tramp mudflats in search of crabs, roam reeds and marshes or observe birds at Pearl Lake, the island’s natural beauty is impossible to ignore. Danyuan Gardens and the Shou’an Temple and Hanshan Temple complexes are also worthy of a visit.
  • The Bund
    • With a myriad of building styles (Gothic, Baroque, Beaux-Arts and Art Deco among them), former finance centre The Bund has been a Shanghai icon for at least 100 years and stretches from Yanan East Road in the south and to Waibaidu Bridge on Suzhou Creek in the north – about 1.5 kilometers long. A must-see.
  • Tian Zi Fang
    • Tian Zi Fang is a buzzy artsy enclave recently emerged within the city’s old French Concession. The area’s narrow streets are often filled with shoppers by day but the area’s restaurants and bars are more relaxed after dark.
  • Xintiandi
    • Old meets new in this busy all-pedestrian shopping, eating and entertainment district built around traditional shikumen “stone gate” houses. Amid the traditional narrow alleys is a fashion forward mall and cinema, bookstores, cafes and restaurants, many serving up-market foreign cuisine.
  • People’s Square Shanghai
    • A top tourist draw, Shanghai’s famous public square is located just off Nanjing Road in the Huangpu District and houses the famous Shanghai Museum. To see more populist art forms, check out local kite flyers and Tai Chi devotees dotted between the crowds.