Today beauty and charm coexist with kitsch and commercialism. From the colonial architecture of the Former French Concession to the forest of cranes and the neon-lit high-rises of Pudong, Shanghai is a city of paradox and change.

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  • 1. Rockbund Art Museum

    The Bund | Museum/Gallery

    The detailing on this 1932 art deco building is as enticing as the artwork inside. Rockbund has no permanent collection, which keeps things...Read More

  • 2. The Bund

    The Bund | Neighborhood/Street

    Shanghai's waterfront boulevard best shows both the city's pre-1949 past and its focus on the future. Both the northern and southern ends of...Read More

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  • 3. Bank of China

    The Bund | Notable Building

    British art deco and Chinese elements combine in this 1937 building, which was designed to be the tallest in the city. However, opium magnate...Read More

  • 4. Former HSBC Building

    The Bund | Bank

    When this beautiful neoclassical structure was built by the British in 1923, it was the second-largest bank building in the world. It served...Read More

  • 5. Peace Hotel

    The Bund | Hotel

    This hotel at the corner of the Bund and Nanjing Dong Lu is among Shanghai's most treasured buildings. If any establishment will give you a...Read More

  • 6. Banyan Tree Spa

    The Bund | Spa–Sight

    The Shanghai branch was China's first outpost of this ultraluxurious spa chain. It occupies the third floor of the Westin Shanghai. The spa...Read More

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