I’ve always known Shanghai to be China’s mecca of street food due to the area’s diverse food culture. Check out this list of 10 must-eats in Shanghai.
I got bored after visiting a few of Shanghai’s massive shopping malls, so a change of atmosphere at Tianzifang, former French Concession, was much needed.
Breaking free from the confines of the traditional travel fair model, Klook is launching their first-ever Klook Travel Festival on 5 and 6 October 2019 at Suntec City Convention Centre and admission is free!
Located along Huangpu River, The Bund is the best place to take in the spectacular Shanghai cityscape. Experience a ride through the Sightseeing Tunnel too!
Good food from The Nest and Glenfiddich Whisky is a great combination. Enjoy an exquisite whisky-pairing dinner at Dusit Thani Laguna Singapore.
Located within a close proximity to The Bund, Yu Yuan (豫园), also known as Yu Garden, is the only fully restored classical Chinese garden in Shanghai.
Nanxiang Ancient Town is one of the four most well-known historical and cultural ancient towns in Shanghai, and is famous for xiaolongbao soup dumplings.
If you find diving and snorkelling too much of a hassle and dislike getting wet, why not go on a 40-minutes Seogwipo Submarine adventure in Jeju island?
Combining traditional Korean aesthetics with modern sensibility, The Shilla Seoul is a premium lifestyle hotel that offers refined rest and relaxation.