Don't leave Shanghai without...
Strolling along the Bund. Take a leisurely wander along Shanghai's iconic water-
front promenade admiring the historic stone edifices of the former 'Wall Street of
Asia'. Take the obligatory snap of the futuristic towers that face-off across the river
then retire to one of the Bund's glam restaurants or bars. Our pick: The Long Bar or
Taking in sky-high views. Ascend one of Pudong's glittering skyscrapers (for more
100-storey glass-bottom bridge atop the Shanghai World Financial Centre is
presently the city's tallest.
Discovering Chinese contemporary art. Check out the cutting edge of Chinese
contemporary art at M50 art district beside Suzhou Creek, filled with small galleries
Experiencing Shanghai's legendary nightlife. Shanghai is at its best after dark.
Don your glad rags and join the all-night party at one of the glamorous cocktail
Exploring atmospheric old lanes and heritage villas. Despite the onslaught of
high-rise development, Shanghai has managed to hold onto many of its old neigh-
bourhoods. Lively residential lanes lined with traditional shikumen houses remain in
well-preserved former residences of luminaries such as Sun Yat-Sen, Zhou Enlai and
Revving through the lanes in a sidecar motorcycle. There's no more thrilling way
to explore Shanghai's colourful neighbourhoods than by vintage sidecar motorcycle.
a Changjiang 750cc, a replica of the Russian Ural sidecar that was formerly used by
China's People's Liberation Army.
Daytripping through classical Chinese landscapes. Hangzhou (for more informa-
tion, click here ) and Suzhou (for more information, click here ) are famed throughout