Lujiazui Development Showroom
Wú Chāngshuò Memorial Hall
The lack of English captions badly hobbles the displays of this small museum detailing the life and work of artist, poet, calligrapher...
Resembling an art-deco take on a pagoda or the joints of a length of bamboo, the crystalline Jinmao Tower is a beauty. It’s essentially...
Shànghǎi World Financial Center
The neck-craning 492m-high Shànghǎi World Financial Center was never able to grab the ever-elusive title of world's tallest building,...
100 Century Avenue
Pǔdōng continues to keep its edge with one of the highest bars in the world at 100 Century Avenue, but this place lacks the ambience of...
The Grand Hyatt in the Jinmao Tower offers a swish selection of Western and Asian restaurants, all of which come with breathtaking...
Lonely Planet review
Undergoing renovation at the time of writing, this exhibition of photos, folk life and recent development in Pǔdōng, on the edge of Lujiazui Park, is mildly diverting but it’s the historic building itself – unique in a forest of skyscrapers – that stands out. Built in 1914 to 1917 as the residence of a rich merchant, Chen Guichun, it has both a main hall and interior courtyard.