Business Travel to Shanghai: Around the Corner from the Pearl Tower



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Whether it is your first time or your 100th in Shanghai, we'll help you enjoy this business trip by showing you where to eat, where to drink, where to be seen in Shanghai's elite business world, where to shop, and even how to pick up some local culture and history on the way!

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Day 1 - Shanghai


Use your free time in Shanghai wisely and you will be able to absorb a great deal of the city's flavor in a few short days. Start off in Pudong, Shanghai's business center, and take the Psychedelic Tunnel to Puxi, Shanghai's Old Town. From the tunnel's exit you emerge on the world-famous Bund overlooking Huangpu River. Stroll West along Nanjing Road, arguably China's heart of modernization. Finish with a tasteful and local treat by eating Chinese-style at Di Shui Dong.


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Psychedelic Tunnel

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300 Zhongshan Dong Yilu
Shanghai, China

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tel: 5888 6000


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Blue Frog

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Location:

207-23 Maoming Nan Lu
(Between Fuxing Zhong Lu and Yong Jia Lu)
200020 Shanghai, China

Contact:

tel: 86 21 6445 6634


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Nanjing Road

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Location:

Nanjing Central Road
200002 Shanghai, China

Contact:

tel: 86 21 6333 2226 (Tourist Information)


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Di Shui Dong

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Location:

2/F, 56 Maoming Nan Lu
Near Changle Lu
200020 Shanghai, China

Contact:

tel: 86 21 6253 2689


Day 2 - Shanghai


After your meetings in Pudong are finished, hop in a cab or take the metro to Puxi, on DaGu Road. This little street is the perfect place to catch a Western-style meal if the mood suits, but more importantly the massage halls on this street are reputable and offer cultural insight, they are not to be missed and will help you relax after a stressful day. Next head to Jing'an Temple while you are in your happy place, and check out Shanghai's past and future in Buddhism. A fine dining experience with the best chef in Shanghai awaits at Laris, followed by drinks at the Sky Lounge in Pudong, which should be nearer your hotel.


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DaGu Road

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Dagu Road & Chengdu Road
Shanghai, China


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Sky Lounge

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Location:

88 Century Boulevard, Jin Mao Tower
Grand Hyatt Shanghai
200121 Shanghai, China

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tel: 86 21 5049 1234
fax: 86 21 5049 1111


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Jing'an Temple

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Location:

1686 west nanjing road jing an district
Jing An (corner of Huashan Lu)
200040 Shanghai, China

Contact:

tel: 86 21 6256 6366


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Laris

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Location:

6/F 3 Zhong Shan Dong Yi Lu
Near Guangdong Lu
200002 Shanghai, China

Contact:

tel: 86 21 6321 9922
fax: 86 21 6323 3344


Day 3 - Shanghai


Undoubtedly, the very center of Shanghai past and present is the market area of Yu Gardens where you can load up on souvenirs and tacky T-shirts as well as authentic antiques and great replicas. After spending your hard-earned cash on some goodies for your loved ones back home, head to DongPing Road to have lunch or an afternoon beer with the local expats. You can also try M on the Bund for any business meeting or to unwind after work, it is the premier place-to-be in Shanghai's business world.


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DongPing Road

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Dongping Road & Hangshan Road
Shanghai, China


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Yu Gardens

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Zhongshan South Road & Renmen Road
200000 Shanghai, China

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tel: 86 21 6355 5032


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M on the Bund

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Location:

7/F, No. 5 The Bund
Guangdong Lu
200002 Shanghai, China

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tel: 86 21 6350 9988
fax: 86 21 6322 0099


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