Includes a special architecture section featuring the biggest boomtown on earth; suggested itineraries for walking, bus and metro tours; where to find local treasures, designer clothes and Cultural Revolution pop trash; and places to stay, eat and party for travellers of all ages.
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Shanghai is a constantly changing metropolis beginning to rival Beijing as China’s cultural capital, and Lonely Planet’s new "Shanghai" will help you keep up with this ever-evolving city. From shopping and old-world architecture to microbreweries and hip hangouts, "Shanghai" even covers bicycling, ballet and bungee jumping! Known primarily as a city for business travelers, there is still much of interest to capture one’s imagination – the excitement and energy alone makes Shanghai a destination hot-spot.Review:
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Book Description Lonely Planet Publications, 2001. Paperback. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # M0864425074