Shanghai

Shanghai Travel Guide

Shanghai’s latest secret?Lane 248, a gritty, narrow street now inhabited by artsy cafés and intimate boutiques, hidden behind Taikang Road.

On the third floor of the Shanghai Urban Planning Exhibition Center there's a room-size scale model of the city in 2020.

Part museum, part teahouse, and part salon.

The shop stocks a wonderful collection of Shanghai Deco lampshades and accents.

Stroll the riverfront promenade known as the Bund, with its Art Deco, Neoclassical, and Beaux-Arts façades, bars and shops, and views of the space-age towers of Pudong.

Have a nightcap at decadent Bar Rouge, high above the Bund in Shanghai.

Lyndon Neri and Rossana Hu’s modern design and furniture boutique.

At this bookshop-café on one of the elegantly shaded streets in the French Concession, coffee addicts linger late into the night amid the Ming-dynasty-style décor.

This unassuming shop with a white front and simple black signage stands out on a road of fashion shops. Owner Liu Xiao Lan, a member of the Miao ethnic group, sells handmade items with an emphasis on Miao-crafted goods. The variety can include handcrafted tapestries, ornaments, and shoes.

The exhibition hall displays samples of batik prints dating back to the 1890's.

Xintiandi was the birthplace of the Chinese Communist Party; now this restored two-block district is defined by upscale shops and restaurants.

The bar on the 58th floor of the Ritz-Carlton Shanghai, Pudong, with great views and a clubby vibe.