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The best day guide to Shanghai


Shanghai in 24 Hours.Let's go!

9:00A.M.Get up early and make your way to the famous Bund.This area provides some of the best views of the Pudong Skyline and the older architecture of Shanghai.In the early morning it's a great place to see the locals in action, go for a run and to practice some Tai Chi.

10:00A.M.Head to the former French Concession to find Shanghai's best coffee.Cafe Del Volcan and Egg are two of our favorite spots to grab some fresh brews with a bite.

11:00A.M.Explore the funky boutiques in the tiny alleys of Tianzifang.The little maze is a great place to find some souvenirs and to grab that second coffee.Pick up a pair of the original Shanghai Feiyue sneakers for the most stylish souvenir ever.

13:00A.M.This is the moment you've been working towards all day xiao long bao for lunch.Line up at Jia Jia Tang Bao for the perfect soupy Shanghai dumplings. They really are the best on the planet.

14:00A.M.Find your way to the hidden Shanghai Propaganda Poster Art Centre inside the basement of an apartment complex.The museum explains China's cultural revolution through propaganda poster art and provides a unique view on Mao's China.

15:30A.M.Head to Shanghai's People's Park to escape the busy city with some tranquility.Join the locals as they play mahjong and enjoy some traditional music.And if you head in on the weekend you can have a look at the original Tinder as hundreds of families advertise their single children in the park with printed out dating profiles.So have a browse and you might find the love of your life.

17:00A.M.Jump in a didi and make your way to one of Shanghai's many rooftop bars.Grab a cocktail and enjoy the view as the sun sets over the urban jungle.

19:00A.M.Grab dinner at Jian Guo 328 a Shanghainese restaurant popular with locals.Order traditional Shanghainese fare like scallion noodles and hong shao rou.

21:30A.M.End your night at one of Shanghai's many small bars.Our personal favorite is Speak Low which has a secret entrance through a bookshop and serves some of the best cocktails in all of Asia.


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