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No trip to China would be complete without a stop in Shanghai. During my short stay in the Paris of the East, I filmed a few of the attractions and restaurants I visited. So watch this video and maybe you’ll be inspired to check out some of the same spots.
The Huangpu river is the divide between the eastern Pudong district and western Huangpu district. On the Bund, you’ll find a spectacular view of the familiar Shanghai skyline on the opposite western riverbank.
Nanjing walking street
This long street is closed off to cars and decked out with shops and vendors selling stuff you never even knew you wanted. What Khao San Road is to Bangkok, Nanjing Lu is to Shanghai.
After experiencing the crowds and intensity of Nanjing Lu, visiting Yuyuan Garden will ease your nerves. For 40 RMB, you can buy a ticket to tranquility in a more than 400-year-old lush 5-acre garden.
This area of the Huangpu District is so western that I almost forgot I was in China. Trendy cafes, restaurants and bars line the streets with patios under urban treetop canopies.
Tianzifang is a lively marketplace within a maze of tight alleyways loaded with tiny boutique shops, art galleries and cozy restaurants.
More Than Toilet
Hidden within Tianzifang lies one restaurant that’s so odd and interesting, I had to stop in to check it out for myself. More Than Toilet is a restaurant where you can eat pancakes, ice-cream and coffee off of bathroom tableware while sitting on a cushioned commode.
World Financial Observatory
To the east of the Huangpu river is the Pudong District, which is hardly China as much as it is an Asian reflection of New York city. Here you can visit the 474-meter-tall observatory for a dizzying view of the city (if it’s not too smoggy outside).
Din Tai Fung
After visiting the observatory, stay in the World Financial Center and drop down to the 3rd floor for some grub in Din Tai Fung. This restaurant serves the most juicy, delicious dumplings I’ve ever had the pleasure of digesting.
Known dually as the ‘Paris of the East’ and the ‘Whore of the Orient,’ Shanghai is a city where east meets west in a clash of modernity and ancient society. The crowds, the food, and the familiar skyline drew me in like a moth to a flame. I was only there for a few days, but I tried to capture some cool spots that every out-of-towner should check out during a visit to China’s financial and artistic epicenter.
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