City Attractions

  • The French Concession
    • Established in 1849, the French Concession is the largest and earliest-developed concession area once designated for the French. Since 1920, it has been one of the most prestigious residential areas in Shanghai, consisting of today’s Luwan and Xuhui Districts. Luwan’s Huaihai Road is a busy shopping street and is also home to both Xintiandi and Tian Zi Fang,extremely popular shopping and dining spots for tourists. Xuhui is also popular for tourists and its home to Shanghai Stadium. The tree-lined avenues and their many Tudor Mansions in the area still retain an air of the “Paris of the East”.
  • Tian Zi Fang
    • Tian Zi Fang is an arts and crafts enclave that has developed from a renovated residential area in the French Concession.
  • China Art Museum
    • Also known as the China Art Palace, the China Art Museum is a museumof modern Chinese art and is housed in the former China Pavilion of Expo2010. The museum covers 166,000 sq.m of floor space with 64,000 sq.mof display space, which is the largest art museum in Asia. It has acollection of 14,000 pieces of modern Chinese artwork.
  • People’s Square Shanghai
    • People’s Square is a large public square just off of Nanjing Road in the Huangpu Distrixct of Shanghai. People’s Square is the site of Shanghai’s municipal government building, and is used as the standard reference point for measurement of distance in the Shanghai municipality. Prior to 1949, People’s Square was part of a horseracing course of Shanghai. After gambling and horseracing wass banned, a part of the race course became the People’s Square.
  • Huaihai Lu shopping district
    • One of Shanghai’s most prominent commercial streets, this is a lengthy boulevard of top quality stores, restaurants, showrooms and designer label glitter.