Lujiazui is Shanghai's leading financial center. Located on the bank of Huangpu River in Pudong New Area, it is now one of Shanghai’s most charming places. It provides the most convincing cross-section of cosmopolitan Shanghai. Lujiazui boasts not only an “outdoor museum of global architecture”, but also modern high-rises that frame the skyline of modern Shanghai. Lujiazui is just the spot where you7 marvel at Shanghai’s modernity. Lujiazui is home to myriad shopping venues, eating establishments and attractions. Zhengda Plaza and Guojin Center are where you can splurge. Qiao Jiang Nan, Heng Yue Xuan, Dynasty Hotel, Jun Yue Xuan, Pujiang II, Suzhe Zonghui, Haiyi Seafood, Tian Cui Ting are just some of the venues where you can please your taste buds. You can walk off your meal in Lujiazui’s central green area. You can also trek up to the top of the Oriental Pearl Tower, Jinmao Tower and the World Financial Center for commanding views of the city.
  • Lujiazui Ring Road
  • Lujiazui Station, Subway Line 2; Bus 583/774/779/791/870/961/985

Cinema Palace

Shanghai Cinema Palace is one of Shanghai’s up-market cinemas that impresses with its viewing effects and elegant, stylish and posh interior décor, attracting the middle-class crowd.


Grand Hyatt Shanghai

Crowning the prestigious 88-floor Jinmao Tower, the hotel begins on the 53rd floor and rises to the 87th floor. Located in the center of Lujiazui, Pudong’s business and financial area, it caters to the international business traveler by offering a style of service and range of facilities that are second to none. The award-winning landmark hotel boasts 10 innovative restaurants and bars bringing a refreshing style of dining to Shanghai, like Club Jin Mao, Cucina, Grand Café and Cloud 9. Located on the upper floors of the spectacular 88-storey Jin Mao Tower, all the restaurants and bars are privileged with stunning views of the entire city. Club Oasis Spa offers best-in-class spa services. The spacious and luxurious spa areas feature separate men’s and women’s facilities: whirlpool bathtubs, hot and cold plunges, saunas, steam rooms and relaxation lounges.



Shanghai Ming Yuan Hotel (Hai Ou Fang) is looked over by Oriental Pearl Tower and adjoins Shanghai International Convention Center. Shaped like a flitting seagull, it is one of Shanghai’s landmarks. Measuring 6,000 square meters in size, it can seat 1,500 diners. Posh interior décor, attentive services and typical Shanghai cuisine make it a very popular culinary destination for those who are really into Shanghai cuisine.


Ifc Mall

ifc mall which offers an 11,000sqm retailing space on its 6 floors brings together many of the world’s big-name brands. Flagship stores, starred restaurants and a big cinema all promise unforgettable experiences.


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