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Cultural Life

Shanghai is the birthplace of Haipai culture, which combines southern and Western cultures and is what admirers think of as the soul of a city that never sleeps.
The term Haipai (‘Shanghai style’ was coined by a group of Beijing writers, in 1920, as a form of criticism of some Shanghai scholars whose style of writing they considered too admiring of money and Western culture.

 

Museums

Shanghai’s museums can be a window to the city, the country, or the world and are a wonderful way to approach the city and China, with their cultural, relics, historical photos, and historical scenes that can tell you as much as an entire story.
The museums give you a panoramic view of Shanghai’s past, present and even its future and, if you’re enthusiastic about everything from the arts to kung fu, they can fill your needs.

 

Living

Shanghai is known for its avant-garde approach to things, and it has a well flavor of life, making it the ideal place for living, whether it’s sitting around sipping a glass of champagne at the Old Jazz Bar, or enjoying the colorful, glittering night scenery along the Huangpu River, with the sea breeze kissing your face, you’ll find how refreshing it can be.
There’s the exotic cuisine and diversified range of traditional Chinese foods that will never let you down. Another great idea is to go looking for some top items in the time-honored brand name or vogue shops.

 

Sights

China’s prosperous financial center boasts magnificent skyscrapers and classical architecture and quaint water towns with delightful scenery where you can experience the novelty of life, and plenty of creative parks, as well as diverse art forms.
The city’s charm lie in its freshness, openness, and inclusiveness, with so many sights and choices, you’re bound to find something you like in this amazing place.

 

Itineraries

If you’d like to experience the prosperity of Shanghai along the Bund or in the Sightseeing Tunnel and the weight of the city’s history in the Jing’an Temple, in just one trip, what you need is a practical itinerary.
And, you may choose from various tours with a natural or historical angle or just getting a peep at Shanghai’s beauty from yet another angle.