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With flights to Shanghai, you can visit one of Asia's most exciting cities and explore the Pearl of the Orient.

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You can book up to nine passengers per booking, including adults, teenagers, children, and infants.

Each adult passenger can bring one infant.

Children traveling alone or in a different cabin class from their parents are considered Unaccompanied Minors and must pay the full adult fare. Please get in touch with us to book this service.

  • You can book up to nine passengers per booking, including adults, Overseas Filipino Workers (OFW), children, and infants.
  • Each adult or OFW passenger can bring one infant.
  • All OFWs must submit the required documents to receive the tax exemption.
  • Children traveling alone, or in a different cabin class from their parents, are considered Unaccompanied Minors and must pay the full adult fare. Please get in touch with us to book this service.
  • You can book up to nine passengers per booking, including adults, Overseas Filipino Workers (OFWs), teenagers, children, and infants.
  • Each adult or OFW passenger can bring one infant.
  • All OFWs must submit the required documents to receive the tax exemption.
  • Children traveling alone, or in a different cabin class from their parents, are considered Unaccompanied Minors and must pay the full adult fare. Please get in touch with us to book this service.
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Flights to Shanghai

Shanghai’s dynamism and progress is amazing when you consider that, until 1842, the city was little more than a fishing village. Today, flights to Shanghai arrive at a diverse and multicultural destination, home to some of the most exciting restaurants, nightlife venues, and hotels that China has to offer.

Shanghai is also the tallest city in mainland China (the 632 m Shanghai Tower is the second tallest in the world), as well as its most populated. And, with the Shanghai Stock Exchange one of the most influential in the world, this is China’s financial center too.

If you’re looking for tranquility in this city of 24 million, it pays to be an early riser. With a lot of popular sites, it’s best to get there early in the morning, when the crowds are lighter and the light makes for great photos. Set your alarm to check out the Yuyuan Gardens and the Jade Buddha Temple.

Shanghai’s architecture is an interesting mix of old and new; among all the space-age skyscrapers, there are many examples of colonial architecture from the city’s boom time in the early 1900s. Travel to Shanghai’s fringes, to ancient water towns such as Zhujiajiao for example, and you’ll see historical architecture that dates back even further.

Shanghai’s neighborhoods are as diverse as the architecture, and each one has something different to offer. For the liveliest nightlife, visitors and locals flock to neon-lit Lujiazui. But if what you're really interested in doing is spending your vacation budget, then shopaholics' heaven Tianzifang is the place to go.

It’s hard to know where to start in a city that has so much, but that’s half the fun. Whether you’re strolling down the Bund along the waterfront, bargaining for souvenirs in Dongtai Lu Antique Market, or cycling through the French Concession, there’s always something to do in Shanghai.

What to do in Shanghai

Dance in Fuxing Park

One of Shanghai’s most interesting sights is its senior citizens ballroom dancing in public spaces. Head to Fuxing Park, where you’ll see hundreds of retirees working on their steps. Feel free to join in; visitors, of any age, are welcome.

Fuxing Park
516 Fuxing Middle Road
Huangpu
+86 21 6372 0662

See motorbike stunts at Shanghai Circus World

A trip to Shanghai Circus World offers an experience to remember with its heady combination of acrobatics, illusion, and daredevil stunts. The highlight of the show is probably seeing the eight "terror-cotta" warriors who blaze around the inside of a steel-mesh globe on motorbikes.

Shanghai Circus World Ticket Office
2266 Gonghexin Lu
Zhabei
+86 21 6652 5468

Stroll along the Bund

Located on the west bank of the Huangpu River, the Bund can't be beat for views of Shanghai’s cool architecture. On the Huangpu Park side, you can see the famous Customs House and Astor House Hotel, and across the water from that is the iconic Pearl Tower.

Zhongshan East 1st Road
Huangpu

Where to eat in Shanghai

The Commune Social (Spanish)

This brainchild of celebrity chef Jason Atherton is the best place for tapas in Shanghai. Think smoked bone marrow, onion jam, and sourdough bread; miso-grilled mackerel, wasabi avocado, and cucumber chutney; and DIY tuna tartare. It has a relaxed atmosphere as well, with no reservations and no service charge.

511 Jiangning Road
Jing’an Qu
+86 21 6047 7638

CHAR (Steakhouse)

As you might guess from the name, CHAR prides itself on its tasty steak dishes, in particular, the wagyu eye fillet beef that comes from David Blackmore's award-winning ranch in Australia. Other dishes of note include the black cod with star anise and lime syrup.

Hotel Indigo
585 Zhongshan East 2nd Road
Huangpu
200010
+86 21 3302 9995

Mercato by Jean-Georges (Italian)

When nothing but a hearty bowl of pasta will do, head for Mercato. Michelin-starred chef Jean-Georges Vongerichten serves the best pasta in Shanghai, as well as pizza and fantastic seafood, in this lovely, rustic setting. It’s one of the best restaurants on the Bund.

6th floor
Three on the Bund
3 Zhongshan East 1st Road
Huangpu
+86 21 6321 7733

Places to stay in Shanghai

Shanghai Park Hyatt

This luxury five-star hotel stretches from the 79th to the 93rd floor of the Shanghai World Financial Center. Business travelers like it because of its location in the Pudong district, but the hotel’s stunning views of Shanghai and delightful rooms make it popular with tourists too.

Shanghai World Financial Center
100 Century Avenue
Pudong
200120
+86 21 6888 1234

Yangtze Boutique Hotel Shanghai

Originally built in 1934, the iconic Art Deco Yangtze Hotel was the center of the Shanghai jazz scene. Today, the Yangtze Boutique Hotel (as it’s now known) is a characterful homage to the past as well as a great example of Shanghai’s modern hospitality.

740 Hankou Road
Huangpu
200001
+86 21 6080 0800

Astor House Hotel

You might want to stay in Astor House just because of its colorful history. Pujiang Hotel, as it’s also known, has welcomed lots of famous faces: Ulysses S. Grant, Albert Einstein, and Charlie Chaplin, just to name a few. Today, it’s one of the most famous hotels in Shanghai and a tourist attraction in its own right.

15 Huangpu Road
Huangpu
200085
+86 21 6324 6388

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