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Where should you visit in China?
China has one of the largest land area of any country in the world, and also an incredibly vast geographical and cultural diversity. If you’re planning to visit China, the ...
UNESCO Sites near Shanghai
Shanghai is a metropolitan city, vibrant and modern. While Shanghai does not contain any of the 53 UNESCO World Heritage Sites that are found throughout China, its surrounding UNESCO Sites ...
The Art-lover’s guide to Beijing and Shanghai
For our guests who want to explore something different from the traditional museums, who are architecture lovers as well, we recommend some contemporary art galleries very highly! As must-see places, ...
Traveling with Gluten Intolerance
U China Travel team, always very careful with the special requests of its guests, is happy to share good tips with you.  It might be tricky and a bit challenging ...
M50 Art District Shanghai
M50 is a jumbled artistic commune just off of 50 Moganshan Road. This contemporary art district, which is often compared to Beijing’s 798 Art Zone, houses a thriving community of ...
The Museum of Contemporary Art Shanghai (MOCA)
The Museum of Contemporary Art Shanghai (MOCA Shanghai) is located in the heart of Shanghai just north of People’s Square, which houses the Municipal Government Headquarters and Shanghai’s most time-honored ...
The Power Station of Art: Shanghai
The Power Station of Art is an eclectic institution and housed in a former power station. It was featured prominently in the 2010 Shanghai World Expo as the Pavilion of ...
Jinmao Tower
Jinmao, built in 1999, is the fifth highest building in the world and the second highest tower in China with 88 floors. This building is a modernized office building and ...
Shanghai Oriental Pearl TV Tower
The Oriental Pearl TV Tower is located in Pudong Park Shanghai. This 468 meters high (1,536 feet) tower is the world’s third tallest TV and radio tower surpassed in height ...
Huangpu River Cruise
Shanghai’s Huangpu River Rruise offers sweeping views of the contrasting skylines- and visions- of Shanghai on the opposing banks of the Huangpu River. To the west are the Bund’s stately ...
Shanghai French Concession
Largely unchanged since the early decades of Communist rule in China, the architecture and tree-lined streets of the French Concession are reminiscent of the glamorous 1930’s Shanghai. Commonly regarded by ...
Tianzifang Bazaar
Not long ago, Tianzifang was a sleepy jumble of residential structures and small factories nestled in an unassuming quadrant of downtown Shanghai. These days, the area has reinvented itself into ...
Shanghai China Art Museum
More so than any other city in China, Shanghai is filled with an extensive array of modern art museums which are as much about pushing new architectural boundaries as they ...
Shanghai Propaganda Poster Art Museum
Located in the basement of a nondescript Shanghai apartment complex on Huashan Road facing Wukang Road, in the former French Concession area, is the Shanghai Propaganda Poster Museum, a cozy ...