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    • Morning
      • tianzifang

      • Art galleries, boutiques, outdoor cafes and winding back alleys make this a great place to get lost in.
      • Take a midday break for a massage at Dragonfly Spa

      • Affordable massages from the pros - best perk about being a tourist in Shanghai.
      • Lunch at Xibo Xinjiang Rest. 锡伯新疆餐厅

      • Delicious Uighur food, an ethnic minority from the hills of NW Xinjiang. The menu, like the province, is a mish-mish of Uighur standards: all sorts of meats in all sorts of spices - a safe place to be adventurous with menu choices!
    • Afternoon
      • Haggling at the South Bund Fabric Market

      • Save some energy for the Fabric market where you should expect to haggle items down to 10% of the quoted price.
    • Evening
      • Disc Indoor Karting

      • Go-karts and a bar. Together. Under one roof. Open until 2am.
    • Night
      • 花马天堂 | Yunnan Dinner at Lost Heaven

      • With Bund views from the terrace, this is a great way to enjoy some of the best Yunnan (Southern Chinese) cuisine while checking off bund views from the list of things to see in Shanghai.
      • Listen to some jazz at Cotton Club

      • Tiny, dark and cozy jazz bar with great local and foreign talent performing every night.
      • I would stay at: URBN Hotel | 雅悦酒店

      • Spacious, modern yet comfortable rooms right in the middle of Jing-An with a traditional lane-house vibe. Only 26 rooms so feels more intimate than most big name hotels in the city.

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