Shanghai, China

Shanghai, located on the eastern coast of China, is a vibrant and cosmopolitan city that seamlessly blends tradition with modernity. With its stunning skyline, historical landmarks, and bustling streets, Shanghai offers a dynamic and captivating travel experience.



The Bund 外滩

This iconic waterfront promenade showcases Shanghai's architectural marvels and offers breathtaking views of the Huangpu River. Admire the blend of historic European-style buildings and modern skyscrapers that line the Bund.


Oriental Pearl Tower 东方明珠塔

One of Shanghai's most recognizable landmarks, the Oriental Pearl Tower is a futuristic TV tower with observation decks providing panoramic views of the city. Its unique design and impressive height make it a must-visit attraction.


Yu Garden 豫园

Step into the tranquility of Yu Garden, a classical Chinese garden dating back to the Ming Dynasty. Explore its pavilions, rockeries, and ponds, and immerse yourself in the beauty of traditional Chinese architecture and landscaping.


Shanghai Museum 上海博物馆

Delve into China's rich history and culture at the Shanghai Museum. Its extensive collection of artifacts, including ancient bronzes, ceramics, calligraphy, and paintings, provides a comprehensive insight into China's artistic heritage.

 Special Food 


Red-Braised Pork Belly 红烧肉

This sumptuous dish is more about the fat than the meat, with squares of trembling meat slowly braised in velvety soy sauce, sugar and Shaoxing wine. In addition to the fatty pork, quails eggs and tofu ties are often braised with the meat as well.


Shanghai Soup Dumplings 小笼包

One of Shanghai’s most popular dishes is pork dumplings filled with soup made from pork skin gelatin. The Shanghai version of these are more robust than the Nanjing-style dumplings. The filling is seasoned with a touch of sugar, which changes the flavor profile completely.


Hairy Crab 大闸蟹

Every season, citizens (and other gourmands around Asia) eagerly wait for the ninth and tenth months of the lunar year, when the hairy crabs (or mitten crabs) are at their fattest and most delectable. These tiny beasts are best when they are simply steamed and served with vinegar and ginger.