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Xintiandi

Situated at the center of Shanghai south of mid-Huaihai Road, Xintiandi is a distinctive attraction to experience the culture and history of Shanghai. Occupying an area of 30,000 square meters, Xintiandi is a shopping, entertainment and eating district in Shanghai. Xintiandi is a perfect combination of traditional Shikumen houses and modern buildings which serve as cafes, bookstores, bars, shopping malls and restaurants.

Xitiandi is divided into two parts: North Block and South Block. South Block features modern buildings with Shikumen houses as an accompaniment. In 2002, a glass-walled high-rise building with total area of 25,000 square meters was completed. This building contains restaurants from all over the world, fashionable boutiques, food plazas, movie houses, fitness houses and so on. The North Block retains the most of Shikumen houses, but the interior of these old houses features modern decoration and equipment, which embodies an extremely different world of restaurant, gallery and upscale consumers’ places. On Xingye Road, the dividing line of North Block and South Block, stands The Site of the First National Congress of the CPC. The Shikumen buildings along the street become a splendid scenery which can well reflect history and culture of Shanghai.

Xintiandi has dynamic nightlife on weekdays as well as weekends, which attracts many people, though it’s crowded and loud.

Travel Tips

Chinese Pinyin: xin tian di

Opening Time: Xintiandi opens all day long.

Location: In the center of Shanghai, south of mid-Huaihai Road.

How to get to: Take buses of No.146, No.781, No.911, No.926, No.146