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In the five months I spent in China, this museum was the most awe-inspiring and astonishing place I visited. I went there so many times that they gave me a membership card. I would sit in the room with the huge statue of Kwan Yin...More
The location is on the outer suburbs of Shanghai.
We spent half a day over there. The place is big with lots of halls for exhibits. We didn't visit them all. The most interesting one was the maze, our kids had fun running into mirrors....More
A fascinating museum and would recommend to anyone who appreciates beautiful glass works..... I loved it, wasn't planning to visit but saw it and thought it would be interesting, and am every pleased I did. The glass works in the museum are absolutely stunning and...More
This place is cool, not in a super accessable location, but worth the trip especially if you live in SH. It's one of the better museums I've been to in the city. The translations are good, layout/building are cool, and they have good displays. There...More
If you're able to get here, it's worth the trip. That being said, I wish this museum was not located in the fringes of Shanghai because it's really well done -- from the interior design to the level of the exhibition design. They have informative...More
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The refurbishment of a block of old shikumen into a carless entertainment center called Xintiandi, filled with restaurants, shops and bars, turned this area below South Huangpi Road into one of Shanghai’s most fashionable areas. Luxe condos house people who can afford the high-end brands that fill the malls and shops along Madang Road. The pleasant Taipinghu Park provides the area with green space and is also home to
Shanghai Fashion Week twice a year. It’s not all glitter and glamour, though, as the rise of Danshui Road has given the Xintiandi area a shot of toned-down character. Small bars and cafes, mostly owned by locals, have people hanging out in a formerly quiet, unassuming part of the neighborhood.