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Carve out your own Shanghai with New Imagination DMC. Discover your own dining gems in convoluted Zhujiajiao. Host your event on the bund with a view. Reflect at the Jade Buddha Temple. Appreciate Tea in an old villa. Uncover more possibilities and inspiring stories with your Shanghai DMC.

The Pulse of China

From the second tallest building in the world to the largest Disney Land to be, the economic centre of China never hides its ambition. If you are here to look for China's old image of an oriental country, the metropolis with the most skyscrapers might turn you down. Yet the modern image with a Chinese spiritual core you can't find anywhere will surprise you. Indulge yourself in the world's tallest hotel  J Hotel, a brand of China its own, savour yourself in the Michelin-starred restaurants set in the historical British Colony Architectures along the bund or chill out at the Xintiandi, an entertainment and eating area of reconstituted traditional mid-19th century shikumen ("stone gate") houses on the narrow alley. Shanghai is the perfect present in modern China. 

Why Shanghai

Shanghai, Shanghai Skylines, Lujiazui

World Class Skylines

Shanghai is one of the world's most vertical cities, a metropolis where 50-story buildings are routine. At night, the cityscape is so cinematic, it has been featured in both James Bond and Mission Impossible films.

the Bund, Shanghai Bun


Mixing art deco, Postmodernist, neoclassical, ubermodern and just plain kitsch, Shanghai is a stimulating portrait of architectural treasures.

Zhujiajiao, Shanghai Zhujiajiao

"Backyard" of Shanghai

There are total 8 ancient water towns within 130Km distance from Shanghai downtown, they're all located within a
day's drive from Shanghai and won't take you more than a day or two to explore. 

Shanghai Contrast

City of Contrasts

Shanghai is a city of contrast. The new, the old, the modern, the traditional, and all the glam it came along with from even during the ancient times.

Taichi by the Bund

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