WELCOME TO THE PARIS OF THE EAST

  • New York may be the city that never sleeps, but Shanghai doesn’t even sit down.

    ― Patricia Marx

WHERE TO EAT

  • Lost Heaven – No.17 East Yan’an Road, Shanghai

    Good service and the food is really tasty. The lounge upstairs is a great way to unwind.

  • Ye Shanghai - Unit 1, House 6, North Block, Xin Tian Di, No. 338, South Huangpi Road, Shanghai

    Many authentic Shanghai dishes served here are delicious, including shrimp balls, sliced duck and drunken chicken.

  • Ding Tao Fung - 3F in Shanghai World Financial Building, 100 Century Avenue, Shanghai

    Four distinctive rooms blend minimalism with Chinese characteristics. Like Chef Susur Lee himself, dishes stem from Chinese origins but branch out to embrace a wide variety of styles including Mediterranean and French flavors.

WHERE TO DRINK

  • Vue Bar – 32F, Hyatt on the bund, 199 Huangpu Road, Shanghai

    Awesome place to have a drink with a perfect view at the Bund!

  • The Nest – 6/F, Zhongshi Mansion, No.130 Beijing East Road

    Hip and Chic, updated selections, decently priced, definitely a great outing option

  • Paulaner Brauhaus – No.19-20, North Xintiandi Square, Lane181, Taicang Road, Shanghai

    All German food and good quality. Place is Always full and they have live music. Good mix of locals, expats and tourists visiting.

WHERE TO SLEEP

  • Marriott City Centre People’s Square - No.555 Xizang Middle Road, Shanghai

    Gorgeous, 66-story Shanghai landmark that’s close to People’s Park.

  • JW Marriott at Tomorrow Square – 399 Nanjing
    West Rd., Shanghai

    Sleek, new luxury hotel with six dining options. Also near People’s Park.

  • Green Court Serviced Apartment – No.55 West Beijing Road, Shanghai

    5 minutes’ walk distance from the office. Clean rooms, apartment style with oven and fridge.