Shanghai, China

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More than China’s showy commercial heartbeat, Shanghai is now gaining attention for its cultural cachet, too. Every year seems to usher in more landmark museums, while art fairs lure deep‑pocketed collectors. For luxury goods, style hounds head to Huaihai Road for big‑name flagships and to the French Concession’s leafy streets for indie boutiques.

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Where to Stay

The PuLi
For the tranquility
Hotel Indigo
For the nightlife
The Langham
For the lavish afternoon tea
Fairmont Peace Hotel
For the art-deco vibes
URBN
For an eco-friendly stay
Le Royal Méridien Shanghai
For the proximity to shopping

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