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Growing up, I would make periodic trips to Shanghai but it wasn’t until 2012 when I got a chance to stay in this metropolis for a month to study Mandarin. While I was there, I was able to truly live like a local and explore the different parts of the city on my own.To get more news about Shanghai scenic spots, you can visit shine news official website.

What you’ll find about Shanghai is that each neighbourhood is unique, has its own character, and offers something different whether it be cuisine, the people that live there, the sights, the architecture, or influences.This guide is a breakdown of all the main neighbourhoods in Shanghai and what the main highlights are of each one, what to see, and of course recommendations of where are good places to stay.

At 1,020 square miles of dense urban sprawl, the city as a whole is massive and can feel overwhelming at first but as a traveller, there are only a few main neighbourhoods that you’ll want to stick to as a launching pad for exploration. Depending on your travel style, you’ll be able to pick one that suits you. Whether it’s trendy bars or quiet parks, discover where you want to stay while in Shanghai.

Looking for something specific in this Shanghai neighborhood guide? Jump to the neighbourhood or topic you’re interested in.

Let me help you figure out where to stay in the city with a breakdown of the various neighbourhoods that suit your travel style, your needs, and budget.

Shanghai has one of the most extensive subway networks in the world. It can get you anywhere you need to go. Anytime that doesn’t work out or if you need to a go door to door, there’s always the taxis which are ridiculously affordable.

One of the first things you’ll want to do when you land in Shanghai is pick up a transportation card (similar to the Oyster Card in Hong Kong or EasyCard in Taiwan) which is good for the subway, busses and cabs.

Unlike Paris that has its arrondissements and Beijing with breaks down its neighbourhoods by rings, Shanghai doesn’t have an official breakdown of neighbourhoods as I’ve done it but the below is a look at the areas that matter for most travellers coming to the city.
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