Hyatt Regency Shanghai Global Harbor is superbly located within a vibrant destination for shopping, dining, culture and family entertainment. Enjoy the eclectic delights of Shanghai Global Harbor directly at your doorstep, and easy access to signature city attractions, such as Changfeng Ocean World, Shanghai Zoo, Zhongshan Park and Jing’an Temple.
Global Harbor covers 480,000 square meters of fashion, dining and family entertainment. The unique lifestyle destination also incorporates major public art and cultural exhibits, as well as tourism attractions and heritage protection.
Huaihai Road was once the main thoroughfare of Shanghai’s French Concession and has been regarded as the epitome of elegance since the early 1900s. Today, it is a popular shopping street lined with French plane trees, European-style buildings and luxury malls.
The South Bund Fabric Market is the place to go to get a bargain-priced, made-to-measure wardrobe. Select from several floors of materials, and the onsite tailors will whip up whatever you fancy – from leather jackets to suits and cashmere coats to cushion covers – in just a few days.
Hailed as one of China’s ‘Top 3’ museums (alongside Palace Museum in Beijing and Nanjing Museum), Shanghai Museum showcases more than 120,000 precious Chinese artworks and archaeological findings in 11 state-of-the-art galleries and three special exhibition halls encircling an impressive cylindrical atrium.
China Art Museum in Pudong is housed in a spectacular red crown-shaped structure that was originally the China Pavilion of World Expo 2010. Covering approximately 39 acres (16 hectares), it is one of the largest museums in Asia. Explore art through China’s modern history in 27 exhibition halls. We recommend starting your visit at the ‘49-meter’ floor.
Site of the First National Congress of the Communist Party of China
Within the fashionable Xintiandi enclave, a two-story traditional ‘Shikumen’ (stone-gated) building has been preserved as a small but fascinating museum. Completed in 1920 as the residence of a Communist Party member and his brother, it was forged in history when 13 members secretly held the first National Congress of the Communist Party of China here on 23 July 1921, marking the birth of the Communist Party.
Just five minutes’ drive from the hotel, the 10,000sqm water wonderland showcases more than 300 varieties of aquatic wildlife beneath Changfeng Park lake. Guests of all ages will be enchanted by the White Whale Show and Penguin World.
Shanghai’s city zoo is just a 20-minute drive from the hotel. Embark on a family adventure to encounter more than 400 animals from around the world, including giant pandas, golden monkeys, kangaroos and an African lion.
With a history stretching back more than 400 years, Yuyuan (Yu Garden) is the most celebrated classical Chinese garden in Shanghai. The garden is located in the Old Town, not far from the Bund. It is typical of the gardening art from the South Yangtze River region, and is famed as "an architectural miracle in South China".
A Shanghai icon, The Bund is a magnificent promenade of heritage stone mansions lining the waterfront. Its vantage facing the modern skyline of Pudong across the Huangpu River makes it even more jaw dropping. A walk along the Bund is a quintessential Shanghai experience to feel the energy and glamour of this historic port city.
Tianzifang has been transformed from old factories and classic stone-gated homes into an artsy area housing an eclectic collection of bars, cafes, craft shops, design studios, galleries and boutiques. The narrow lanes become crowded at weekends.