Shànghǎi’s poshest and most popular yoga centre offers a full range of classes in Ashtanga yoga, along with hot (Bikram) yoga, which...
Xīntiāndì hasn’t even been around for a decade yet and already it’s a Shànghǎi icon. An upscale entertainment complex modelled on...
Site of the 1st National Congress of the CCP
On 23 July 1921 the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) was founded in this French Concession building (then 106 rue Wantz), and in one fell...
The hipsters’ hidden Xintiandi hangout, the excruciatingly neat DR Bar is all-black, pupil-dilating minimalist cool.
Yè offers sophisticated, unchallenging Shanghainese cuisine in classy surroundings, which makes it a favourite with visitors. The...
Lonely Planet review
T8 is designed for seduction, which it does exceptionally well. The renovated grey-brick shíkùmén is the perfect setting for the dark, warm interior, decorated with antique Chinese cabinets, carved wooden screens and the striking feng shui–driven entrance. Catalan chef Jordi Servalls Bonilla is now at the helm, bringing along a preference for molecular cuisine: sample dishes like watermelon salad 2.0, tataki of sesame-crusted tuna and Sìchuān high pie. Reserve.