There will be plenty to do in the city over the upcoming four-day May Day holiday with more than 70 activities planned.
Listings for some of the famous museums in Pudong new area
The North Bund's wharfs along the Huangpu River, an estuary of the Yangtze, have remained important to Shanghai's shipping industry over the past 170 years.
While some shops will likely stay shut during the Lunar New Year holiday in Shanghai, the city will nevertheless remain a hive of activity.
Nearly 200 attractions, museums and galleries across the city have activities and exhibitions ready to run through the seven-day Spring Festival holiday.
Theme parks are a good choice for both children and adults to relax during their spare time. Here is a rundown of some entertaining indoor theme parks in Shanghai.
Shanghai initiated a tax refund policy on July 1, 2015, with the aim of improving the overseas tourists' shopping experience and encouraging higher overseas tourist numbers.
The Sijing Town Intangible Cultural Heritage Inheritance Base serves as a training and exhibition venue for intangible cultural heritage.
The renovated Yangpu Library combines ancient-style architecture and modern facilities.