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The Ultimate Guide To Shanghai
4/1/2019
The Ultimate Guide To Shanghai

Located on China’s central coast and on the estuary of the Yangtze River, Shanghai is the largest city in China. Shanghai perfectly blends traditional Chinese culture with modernity; the city is a global financial hub with towering skyscrapers, but still has plenty of traditional Chinese influences, temples and villages nearby. The city is a great place to visit year-round, but now we’re approaching the warmer months there is no better time to visit ‘The Pearl of Asia’.

Travelling to Shanghai

Shanghai has two major international airports, Shanghai Pudong International and Shanghai Hongqiao International. Both airports are within a short distance to the city.

Shanghai Pudong is around an ...

Shopping Capitals of the World
2/15/2018
Shopping Capitals of the World

If you are planning a trip away to a city destination, this can be the perfect opportunity to refresh your wardrobe or pick up the hottest new tech from the best foreign stores. Whether you are looking for beautiful luxury items, classic designer pieces, or something that you can’t find in your own country, these five cities should be high on your travel itinerary.

St Moritz – luxury retail with outstanding beauty

Famous for its winter sports and summer hiking opportunities, St Moritz is also a well-known destination for all things luxurious. Accommodation comes in the form of classic alpine spa resorts like Kempinski Grand Hotel des Bains, while the dining is excellent Swiss gourmet – ...

What to do and see in Shanghai
12/3/2015
What to do and see in Shanghai

Shanghai is an important global city, and although it is not the capital of China, Shanghai is the largest city in the country - so, as you would expect, there is a huge array of things to see and do when visiting here.

Visiting Shanghai

Shanghai is home to two major airports, Shanghai Pudong International and Shanghai Hongqiao International. While the latter mainly deals with internal flights, both serve international routes. Both airports have two terminals that are easily travelled between via a free shuttle service.

No matter which airport you arrive into, both are a short distance from the vibrant centre of Shanghai. If you choose to take the train, bus or taxi, you will be in the ...

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