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The 1,600-square-meter "retail-tainment" destination is the first M&M’s World store in Asia . Spanning two floors of colorful, chocolate fun, the store offers M&M's chocolate in 22 colours and three varieties–Milk Chocolate, Peanut, and Almond–and a wide range of M&M's merchandise, including apparel, kitchenware, plush, and Shanghai- and China-themed M&M’s branded products, such as mugs, tins and T-shirts, designed specifically for the Shanghai M&M's World store.
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a: T104, Brilliance Shimao International Plaza, 829 Nanjing Dong Road, Huangpu District, Shanghai
t: +86 21 2326 2888
w: www.mmsworld.com
The latest verse in Shanghai’s ode to a "Better City, Better Life" comes on the newly gentrified block on Fuxing Road–Sinan Mansion. The renovated villas are home to a bit of history and some pretty fantastic and equally creative restaurants and lounges.
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a: 51 Sinan Road, Huangpu District, Shanghai
t: +86 21 3401 9988
w: www.smartshanghai.com
The Bund is the waterfront area in central Shanghai. The area runs along the western bank of the Huangpu River, facing Pudong, in the eastern part of Huangpu District. The Bund usually refers to the buildings and wharves on this section of the road, as well as some adjacent areas. It is one of the most famous tourist destinations in Shanghai.
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a: Zhongshan Dong Yi Road, Huangpu District, Shanghai
w: www.timeoutshanghai.com/venue/Around_Town-Landmarks/2085/The-Bund-Sightseeing-Tunnel.html
Xintiandi is an affluent car-free shopping, eating, and entertainment district of Shanghai. It is composed of an area of reconstituted traditional shikumen ("stone gate") houses on narrow alleys, some adjoining houses which now serve as book stores, cafes and restaurants, and shopping malls. It is considered one of the first lifestyle centers in China.
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a: Huangpi Nan Road and Ma Dang Road, Huangpu District, Shanghai
w: www.xintiandi.com
In 1936, a wealthy Jewish merchant constructed this fairy tale building for his daughter. With warm wood, narrow corridors, and plush suites, you can hide away in extravagance.
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a: 30 Shanxi Nan Road, Huangpu District, Shanghai
t: +86 21 6247 8881
w: www.mollervilla.com
The Jade Buddha Temple is a Buddhist temple in Shanghai. It was founded in 1882 with two jade Buddha statues imported to Shanghai from Burma by sea.
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a: 170 Anyuan Road, Jing'an District, Shanghai
t: +86 21 6266 3668
w: www.yufotemple.com
Huge open-top double decker tour buses are passing the most scenic parts of downtown Shanghai. The company offers participants to hop on and off at their favorite Shanghai destinations. Tours are available in a multitude of languages, showing it to be one of the most popular tourist services in the city.
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w: www.bigbustours.com/eng/shanghai
Tours run daily and every evening on two large river ferries. The boats sail up to Yangpu Bridge in the north of the city, then turn around and chug back down to Nanpu Bridge in the south.
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a: 171 Zhongshan Nan Road, Huangpu District, Shanghai (Near Fuxing Dong Road)
t: +86 21 6326 3693
w: peoplesbike.com
Having earned a reputation as a pace-setter for contemporary art in Shanghai, this non-profit museum has premier exhibits of Chinese and foreign art regularly making their way into its large, modern digs. Besides aiming to help nurture the appreciation of Chinese and international contemporary art and design, MoCA hopes to encourage cultural exchange between Shanghai and the world.
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a: Gate 7, People's Park, 231 Nanjing Xi Road, Huangpu District, Shanghai
t: +86 21 6327 9900
w: www.mocashanghai.org
If traditional Chinese cultural performances are your thing, this theater is a good place to start. With history in its own walls, this place boasts regular Peking opera, acrobatics, and Chinese kungfu stage shows. It seats nearly a thousand people.
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a: 701 Fuzhou Road, Huangpu District, Shanghai
t: +86 21 6322 5075
w: www.tianchan.com