There are a ton of good food places in China and it would take forever to list all of them. If there’s one place that I “have” to go to each time it’s Ding Tai Fung. Now the funny thing is this is actually Guizhou Minority Tours a Taiwanese franchise but never mind that. Shanghai is known for their xiao long bao (Shanghai steamed soup dumplings) and these guys do it the best. They’re not the cheapest but in terms of the quality, the thin-ness of the dumpling skin, the amount of soup and the meat inside, I really can’t find anywhere else that beats this.'
Party it up in Shanghai one night and check out the clubbing scene here. I can’t say I’ve done a lot of international clubbing China tours but everything about M1nt screams high class (no kidding they have a shark tank) and fun. Though who knows, by the time you go to Shanghai the “it” club may have passed along its baton to someone else.
What tour of a city doesn’t include Yangtze River cruises some sort of high-rise tower overlooking the landscape below? Right now anyways it’s the tallest and fanciest viewing point in all of Shanghai.
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