Xintiandi, a modern leisure and entertainment neighborhood in downtown Shanghai, provides an interesting window on the city and the rest of the world, on city’s yesteryears, today and tomorrow. Culturally and historically imbued old homes which are known as Shikunmen and cover an area of nearly 30,000 square meters, have been turned into a hive of activity for diners, shoppers and entertainment and leisure seekers. Beneath the veneer of old bricks and roofs that have been preserved to this day and age are modern amenities. An easy stroll makes you feel you are transported back in time to a Shanghai of the 20’s and 30’s of the last century, but once you step into a door, the ambience of modernity is just overwhelming. Galleries, designer clothing shops, theme eateries, cafés and bars are everywhere. Street shows and trendy activities abound. Xintiandi is Shanghai’s new landmark. It is where tradition and modernity meet, a classy venue for urban slickers.
  • Lane 81, Taicang Road
  • Huangbei South Road Station, Subway Line 1; Xintiandi Station, Subway Line 10; 911/926/42

The Langham Hotel

Located in the elegant and lively Xintiandi district, the 28-storey luxury The Langham, Shanghai, Xintiandi is the flagship Langham property in China and features 357 elegant rooms including 41 suites with charming yet practical touches that have been a hallmark of The Langham since it was founded in 1865.

The hotel offers the signature Chinese restaurant T’ang Court, the international all-day dining restaurant Cachet, the lifestyle bar XTD elevated, the Lobby Lounge that serves the signature Langham afternoon tea, the outdoor terrace Alfresco and the Martini Bar for evening drinks.

Guests can also experience pampering treatments in Chuan Spa, the signature spa of The Langham that is based on the healing properties of Traditional Chinese Medicine, or relax in the indoor pool and 24-hour Health Club. The Langham, Xintiandi features a modern high-ceiling grand ballroom and an additional 8 large meeting spaces that can be tailored to high-level events and meetings.


UME International Cineplex

UME international Cineplex owned by famous Hong Kong director Mr. See Yuen Ng. UME, the short form for Ultimate Movie Experience, tells everything about what the complex is meant for. UME international Cineplex is not only a site for movie screening, but also a center of movie culture. It is frequently visited by stars, who have bestowed upon the cinema their fingerprints, so you stand a chance of rubbing shoulders with your favorite stars. At the same time, UME is also the stomping ground of fashionistas and the smart set who come here for parties, forums and seminars.


Xintiandi Style

Xintiandi Style between Zizhong Road and Fuxing South Road is connected with Xintiandi by a mid-air crosswalk. The shopping mall has four floors, including two underground floors. It can be accessed directly from the stations of subway lines 10 and 13. The building, which blends Chinese and western architectural elements, is a worthy new addition to Shanghai’s cityscape.


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