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The Most Splurge-Worthy Independent Shops in Shanghai

The Most Splurge-Worthy Independent Shops in Shanghai

Looking to do some shopping in Shanghai? Take some advice from resident Sophie Friedman and check out these fantastic, independently owned shops. Culture Matters Closet-sized sneaker shop Culture Matters is the place to go if you’re in the market for a pair of Feiyues. Inspired by the shoes worn by…

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The Most Delish Late-Night Nosh in Shanghai

The Most Delish Late-Night Nosh in Shanghai

Whether you’re a night owl or in need of sopping up the booze before calling it a night, Shanghai’s late night eateries have you covered: here, you’ll find everything from street-side noodles to Bund-side scallops. Closet-sized Yakitori Fukuchan grills up its namesake skewers of veggies and meats with sides like…

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Shanghai’s Most Enthralling Art Galleries

Shanghai’s Most Enthralling Art Galleries

The art scene in Shanghai is booming. It seems there are museums and galleries in every neighborhood, featuring art of every media, which means that no matter where you find yourself, you have the opportunity to take in a bit of art. So, break up eating, drinking and shopping with…

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The Tastiest Baos in Shanghai

The Tastiest Baos in Shanghai

Welcome to Shanghai, home of delicious dumplings of all types. Xiaolongbao (小笼包) are thin-skinned, steamed dumplings filled with meat — most often pork — and brothy, flavorful soup that, for those who aren’t practiced, will end up being a delicious mess if you’re not careful to use the Chinese spoon…

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Handmade Souvenirs in Shanghai

Handmade Souvenirs in Shanghai

“Made in China” tends to have a negative connotation, but these four designers are smashing that stereotype. Their Shanghai-inspired goods can be bought directly, or found at boutiques throughout the city: check out Madame Mao’s Dowry  as well as Select 18 to pick up some of these pretties. Pinyin Press…

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Sweet Summery Treats

Sweet Summery Treats

Craving something sweet? We’ve rounded up the best spots for ice cream, gelato, sorbet and sno-bliz from San Francisco to Singapore. Al’s Diner – Shanghai Summer temperatures regularly top 40°C (100°F) in Shanghai. When coupled with the accompanying humidity, it’s all HUNT Shanghai writer Sophie Friedman can do to crawl…

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The Finest Cocktails in Shanghai

The Finest Cocktails in Shanghai

For a night out in China’s capital of cool, HUNT Shanghai writer Sophie Friedman recommends getting dressed up and going out for an upscale bar crawl in order to imbibe as wide a range of the delicious cocktails being created around town. Start at proper speakeasy Speak Low, the entrance…

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48 Hours in Shanghai

48 Hours in Shanghai

When you think China, you think temples, dumplings, pollution and communism, am I right? Shanghai’s got all that, sure, but it’s also unlike any other Chinese city. It’s not just that it’s the biggest – though it is, with 24 million people – or that it’s home to Shanghai Tower,…

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Best Seafood Spots for Good Friday

Best Seafood Spots for Good Friday

Whether you’re observing Lenten traditions this Good Friday, prescribe to a pescatarian diet or are simply craving a dose of Omega 3, The HUNT Guides can help you figure out where to eat, no matter where you may be. Barcelona Though La Cova Fumada is rumored to be where Barcelona’s…

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The Hippest Boutique Stays in Asia Pacific

The Hippest Boutique Stays in Asia Pacific

If you’re anything like the team at The HUNT Guides, when you go on vacation, you don’t spend much time in your hotel room – there’s just too much to see, do and taste! That said, there are few things better than retiring to your room after a long day…

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