The cheerful folds of a yellow rose.
A ferry spears through the inky waters of the Huangpu, leaving behind a trail of color and light.
Located in the top 38 stories of the Jin Mao Tower, the Grand Hyatt Shanghai has a breathtaking atrium that spans over twenty floors.
The accompanying pagoda to Longhua Si used to tower over all of old Shanghai. Its presence today remains commanding, even amidst a land of skyscrapers.
When you are in the business of happy-ever-afters, you’d better be chock full of happiness. Four times of it in fact. Chinese bridal shop along Yandang Lu.
The Bund Sightseeing Tunnel connects Pudong and Puxi with lighting effects, dubious props, but above all, an abundance of kitsch unique in all of Shanghai.
Preserved and reconstructed in the style of a Song Dynasty monastery of the Buddhist Chan sect, this temple complex is the largest and most authentic in the city of Shanghai.
Strolling along the Shanghai Bund on a clear day is a visual treat. Majestic colonial buildings vie for your attention, while the Pudong skyline beckons over the Huangpu river.