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*J&S HOUSE* Stylish Apt in FFC法租界田园小屋 - Shanghai Vacation Rentals

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*J&S HOUSE* Stylish Apt in FFC法租界田园小屋

Entire Home Shanghai, Shanghai Shi, China

3 reviews (3)

60 USD

48

per night

3B One of a Kind Loft - Shanghai Vacation Rentals

3B One of a Kind Loft

Entire Home Shanghai, 上海市, China

USD

119

per night

2B Unbeatable Apt French Concession - Shanghai Vacation Rentals

2B Unbeatable Apt French Concession

Entire Home Shanghai, 上海市, China

USD

119

per night

 1C Unbeatable Apt French Concession - Shanghai Vacation Rentals

1C Unbeatable Apt French Concession

Entire Home Shanghai, 上海市, China

2 reviews (2)

USD

209

per night

2B1B, close to airport and disney, clean - Shanghai Vacation Rentals

2B1B, close to airport and disney, clean

Entire Home Shanghai, China

USD

76

per night

Cozy French Concession Apt-S103 - Shanghai Vacation Rentals

Cozy French Concession Apt-S103

Entire Home Shanghai, Shanghai Shi, China

USD

109

per night

 Fresh Apt in French Concession-F103 - Shanghai Vacation Rentals

Fresh Apt in French Concession-F103

Entire Home Shanghai, Shanghai Shi, China

USD

189

per night

2B with spacious patio, airport, disney - Shanghai Vacation Rentals

2B with spacious patio, airport, disney

Entire Home Shanghai, Shanghai Shi, China

USD

97

per night

Fresh Apt in French Concession-F105 - Shanghai Vacation Rentals

Fresh Apt in French Concession-F105

Entire Home Shanghai, Shanghai Shi, China

USD

149

per night

3A Unique Modern Styled Loft - Shanghai Vacation Rentals

3A Unique Modern Styled Loft

Entire Home Shanghai, 上海市, China

USD

119

per night

2C Unbeatable Apt 2C - Shanghai Vacation Rentals

2C Unbeatable Apt 2C

Entire Home Shanghai, 上海市, China

USD

149

per night

2B1B, close to airport and disney, clean - Shanghai Vacation Rentals

2B1B, close to airport and disney, clean

Entire Home Shanghai, Shanghai Shi, China

1 review (1)

USD

76

per night

Designer Retreat - heart of the FFC - Shanghai Vacation Rentals

Designer Retreat - heart of the FFC

Entire Home Shanghai, China

2 reviews (2)

USD

155

per night

160sqm Heart of Shanghai - amazing view - Shanghai Vacation Rentals

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160sqm Heart of Shanghai - amazing view

Entire Home Shanghai, China

1 review (1)

156 USD

133

per night

3C Rare Boutique Styled Loft - Shanghai Vacation Rentals

3C Rare Boutique Styled Loft

Entire Home Shanghai, Shanghai Shi, China

1 review (1)

USD

169

per night

1B Rare Loft Boutique - Shanghai Vacation Rentals

1B Rare Loft Boutique

Entire Home Shanghai, 上海市, China

1 review (1)

USD

189

per night

 2A Beautiful French Concession Apt - Shanghai Vacation Rentals

2A Beautiful French Concession Apt

Entire Home Shanghai, 上海市, China

USD

119

per night

Beautiful Loft in the Great Bund  - Shanghai Vacation Rentals

Beautiful Loft in the Great Bund

Entire Home Shanghai, Shanghai Shi, China

2 reviews (2)

USD

75

per night

Pied à Terre on the Park - FFC - Shanghai Vacation Rentals

Pied à Terre on the Park - FFC

Entire Home Shanghai, Shanghai Shi, China

1 review (1)

USD

155

per night

Retro house CityCenter复古名人房,地铁步行1分钟 - Shanghai Vacation Rentals

Retro house CityCenter复古名人房,地铁步行1分钟

Entire Home Shanghai, Shanghai Shi, China

1 review (1)

USD

48

per night

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Shanghai

Shanghai

Known as the financial centre of the People’s Republic of China and with a population of 24 million, Shanghai in China sits on the throne as the most populous city in the entire world.
With a huge coastline, and being one of the prominent business centres in the country, Shanghai holds the world’s busiest container port and promotes tourism through its well-maintained museums and tourist destinations.

How to Reach
To meet its huge influx of air passengers, over 100 million in a year, Shanghai has grown to develop two airports to continue smooth functioning of services. The Shanghai Pudong International airport and the Shanghai Hongqiao International Airport. Along with the airports, being on the coast has provided Shanghai with sea ports for passengers and docks for cargo, thus making the city widely accessible from all across the globe.
Airports
- Shanghai Pudong International Airport: Situated 30 kilometres from the center of the city, The Shanghai Pudong International Airport is the major of the two Shanghai airports and open to most of the international traffic. The airport is the main hub for the China Eastern Airlines and the Shanghai Airlines. The airport today stands as the second busiest airport in mainland China.
- Shanghai Hongqiao Internation Airport: Situated 13 kilometres from the downtown, the accessibility of the Shanghai Hongqiao International airport is much better than the counterpart, and thus making it open mostly to domestic flights and only a limited international flights. 22 airlines operate out of this airport terminal serving to over 80 passenger destinations.
Ports
- Shanghai Port International Cruise Terminal - Named as the largest cruise port terminal in the entire Shanghai region, the Port is located close to the downtown region in the Huangpu River with an average passenger flow of about 1 million.
- Shanghai Wusongkou International Cruise Terminal: Unarguably the best built port in the Shanghai region, the Wusongkou Port stands in the Yangtze River delta, at the confluence of the river Yangtze with Huangpu before merging into the sea.
- Shanghai Waigaoqiao Port Cruist Terminal: Situated about 30 kilometres from the downtown, the Waigaoqiao Port is at a distance from the city life but has the ability to berth the world’s largest of the cruise ships, those which cannot be berthed at either of the other two ports.

Attractions
- Yu Yuan : The extrinsic spread of Garden and the beautiful layout and landscape of the Yu Garden in the center of Shanghai’s old city makes it a top tourist destination.
- The Bund : Termed as the pride of Shanghai, The Bund is the most recognizable symbol of the city. Along the Bund are the most historic buildings and numerous stories that are to unfold to the tourist.
- Zhujiajiao Water Town : The like of Venice in China is the apt description for the town of Zhujiajiao. With an aura, that of the ancient towns, Zhujiajiao houses numerous waterways and bridges along with the ancient architecture of traditional Chinese houses.
- Shanghai Tower : Being the second tallest building in the world, the Shanghai Tower houses the world’s highest observatory deck. The view from the 561 metre height is something to cherish and thus a prominent landmark in Shanghai tourism.
- Huangpu River Cruise : The river Huangpu serpents its way through the Shanghai city dividing it into two parts and along the banks are some of the tallest skyscrapers and the oldest colonial buildings.
- People’s Square : Marking the center of the city is the People’s Square which is a large expanse of garden and a former racetrack for horses. Now, there are buildings like the Shanghai museum, the Grand Theatre which are a part of the Square.

Where to Stay
Shanghai in itself is pretty huge as a city and offers a lot of options in terms of accommodation with perfect fits for all kinds of travellers ranging from those who would want to spend lesser than $10 a night to those who wouldn’t budge a shoulder from spending $1000 dollars a night.
The Hongkou and Changning regions are ideal for accommodation as they’re extremely close to The Bund and in close proximity to most of the restaurants in the region.
The more obvious of the regions to find your accommodation would be along the Huangpu river, the most famous tourist destination in Shanghai or in Xuhui which is very well-known for its shopping districts.
The regions of Putuo which is very close to the Hongqiao International airport offers some of the best alternative accommodation and is extremely well connected to the rest of the city.

What to Eat
Being the metropolitan city, Shanghai offers a wide range of cuisines for the food lovers along with the typical and widely available food from across the world. The very common cuisines however are the Chinese and the Japanese and are most easily available in the region.
For the vegetarians, Shanghai has made a name with its world famous Shanghai Cumain, which is a dish of pasta and a great contribution to the world of noodles. Another dish is the Shanghai style fried noodles usually stir fried with cabbage and onions for the vegetarians and if coupled with beef, pork or shrimp becomes a delicacy for the non-vegetarians. The dumplings can be considered the most traditional dish and serves both the vegetarian and non-vegetarian communities alike with a slight change in the stuffing. Shanghai is a non-vegetarians delight with dishes of Huang ni luo, which is a type of transparent shelled snails to spare ribs fried in oil for tenderness.

Where to Party
The region of Yongfu Lu has few of the best places for your celebration while in Shanghai. With restaurants, bars, nightclubs, DJ floors and live music, this is your go to place to get some buzz up your spine with a few drinks down your throat. The Geisha and The Apartment are two of the hang out spots.
In Dongping Lu area, look out for Hollywood and Bar Rouge if you’re on a hunt for some good place to relax while you sip on your drinks and enjoy the beat of the music in the background

Transportation
Trains - Extensively connected by the subway system, Shanghai has numerous stations for different purposes. Shanghai Railway Station is the largest railway station in Shanghai. The Shanghai Hongqiao Railway Station is mainly for bullet trains. The Shanghai South Railway Station and the Shanghai West Railway Station are the smaller ones are operate trains to specific locations each.
Maglev - The most convenient way to travel from the Pudong International Airport to the outskirts of the city. These are some of the fastest trains in the world and lead you to the train stations for convenient transfer.
City Buses - The most cheapest way to travel around the city for someone who isn’t constrained by the limits of time. The buses are quite elaborate with their names and carry a lot of information just from these names assigned.

Tips
- The average cost of living is about RMB 14,000 for a two bedroom apartment in Shanghai, so position yourself to compare your accommodation with the same.
- Food joints and decent restaurants provide you with good food within a range of RMB 100 – 120.
- Avoid the rush hour traffic by taking note of the bus numbers while travelling around Shanghai.
- Greet the local by trying to speak their language to earn some brownie points.

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