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  • Salon de Ning, Hong Kong

    Salon de Ning is a pleasantly weird place to get blitzed on fruity pink Deutz champagne while lounging among the dandiest collection of antique bri... More
  • Sam's Tailor

    Loquacious Sam (whose real name is Manu Melwani) has suited up everyone from George Bush Senior to the late Luciano Pavarotti to David Bowie. An In... More
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    Sanctuary Retreats

    Since 1999, this U.K.-based company has managed a small portfolio of luxury lodges, safari camps, and cruise ships in ecological and cultural desti... More
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  • Shaanxi History Museum

    See the Shang dynasty bronze relics in this Xi'an museum. More
  • Shang Xia

    The sleek 1,345-square-foot store, with its white oak floors and cloud-like molded walls, was developed by Japanese architect Kengo Kuma under the ... More
  • Shanghai Center Theatre

    The Shanghai Acrobatics Troupe performs here. The show is simultaneously touristy and indescribably brilliant. More
  • Shanghai Tang

    Ancient China gets a 21st-century twist in the clothing, accessories, and housewares lines of this Hong Kong–born brand. Bold shades of magenta, li... More
  • Shanghai Urban Planning Exhibition Hall

    On the third floor of the Shanghai Urban Planning Exhibition Center there's a room-size scale model of the city in 2020. The joke about the place i... More
  • Shanghai World Financial Center Observatory

    Towering 101 floors above the hub of the Lujiazui Finance and Trade Zone, this skyscraper contains offices, the Park Hyatt Shanghai, and places to ... More
  • ShanghART

    The shop represents some of China's best-known contemporary artists and was the first gallery in the country to participate in major fairs such as ... More
  • Shanxi Provincial Museum

    The museum offers a superb survey of the region’s 5,000-year history. More
  • Shelter

    The young and stylish seek refuge from their busy lives in this lounge on the 27th floor of Henry House in Causeway Bay. Opened in 2001, this sky-h... More
  • Shijingshan Amusement Park

    At this trademark-skirting park in western Beijing—where a banner over the entrance proclaims: "Disneyland is too far"—there's a replica of Sleepin... More
  • Shile Boutique Lifestyle Center

    This spa in the heart of Pudong offers a modern take on ancient Chinese wellness: the vast glass-and-stone building encompasses a spa, health cente... More
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