This modern museum is located at the base of the Oriental Pearl TV Tower. The museum was designed by renowned Shanghai architect Xing Tonghe.
Over 120,000 artefacts can be found at the museum, including bronze, ceramics, calligraphy, paintings, sculptures, furnitures, coins and stone from ancient times.
Shanghai Science and Technology Museum is a popular museum in Pudong, Shanghai, close to Century Park.
The museum has an IMAX theatre, and 12 main exhibits, including "Spectrum of Life", "World of Robots" and "Information Era".
Another of the city's visited tourist destination, Tian Zi Fang offers a hodge-podge of cafes, bars, restaurants, boutiques, curios and galleries.
This former industrial area is now home to numerous art galleries and cafes.
Explore Shanghai in a vintage 1930′s style sidecar motorcycle, the original way to see the city.
This fabric market has all of Shanghai’s best tailors under one roof. Wade through the mountains of fabric for a design of your own creation or for the numerous samples provided. Bargain hard to get a fair price.
It covers the Xuhui District and Luwan District, occupying the center, south and west of urban Shanghai. Its tree-lined avenues and their many Tudor mansions still retain an air of the "Paris of the East". The area is clotted with cool cafes, fabulous restaurants, bars and boutiques.