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InterContinental Shanghai Jing'An

Jeffery Xiong
Chef Concierge

Welcome to InterContinental Shanghai Jing'An. My team and I are very glad to have you staying with us. We are here to ensure that you have wonderful experiences in Shanghai.

Things to do
The Perfect Day


M50 is a short of No. 50 Moganshan Road. It is a high quality contemporary art community in Shanghai City. With a few years time frame, lots of galleries, design companies, art institutions and artists moved to form a good artistic atmosphere. This place used to be the original Shanghai Chunming Woolen Factory, located in the south bank of Suzhou Peninsula area. It covers an area of 35.45 acres and has been industrial buildings since the 1930s. In recent years, M50 has attracted 130 artists and galleries from 17 countries and regions including the UK, France, Italy, Switzerland, Israel, Canada, Norway,China Hongkong, and more than a dozen provinces and cities from China for graphic design, architects, film and television production, environmental art design, art jewelry design.


Continue your adventure by taking a short taxi ride to the Yu Garden and prepare to get a real taste of Shanghai at Nanxiang Xiao Long Restaurant. This restaurant is in the middle of the Yu Garden Bazaar and has gained a reputation in guidebooks for being the place to try the famed Shanghai delicacy Xiao long bao, or soup dumplings. On the ground floor, there is a take-away option that attracts long queues. If you're willing to pay a little more, you can go upstairs, where they offer to more price tiers. Our advice, drop a little extra coin and save you the time and hassle of waiting in line. Tianzifang located on Taikang Road is an arts and crafters enclave that has developed from a renovated residential area. It is known for small galleries, coffee shops, trendy art studios and narrow alleys. It is also a great place to kill the time with High Tea in the afternoon and finding countless opportunities to take pictures.


Shanghai the “Ever Bright City” really wakes up as the sun goes down, so no worries, there are plenty of opportunities to indulge into an exiting night life. First enjoy a fantastic dinner in one of the restaurants on the Bund, take in the view of the Huangpu River. “Lost Heaven” is one of the most popular restaurants on the bund which is serving the tribal cuisine of China’s Yunnan Province. Of course there are plenty of other great dining places suiting every palate. To end the day by visiting one of the posh clubs in Shanghai, M1nt is on the top floor of a skyscraper near the Bund and affords nice views of the city.

Did You Know?
  • Chinese Valentine's Day

    Chinese valentine's day, or qixi, is the seventh day of the seventh lunar month. It is a traditional folk festival of the Han people. This night is not only the time when the legendary Cowherd and the Girl Weaver are supposed to have their annual meeting, but also a good opportunity for women to pray for the Girl Weaver for the purpose of seeking dexterity. Therefore, this festival is also named " Maiden's Day", " Daughter's Day". The day is not as well-known as many other Chinese festivals. But almost everyone in China, young or old, is very familiar with the story behind it.

  • Shanghai Disney Resort

    Shanghai Disney Resort, the first Disney resort in Mainland China, is a place where friends and families can escape together to a whole new world of fantasy, imagination, creativity, and adventure. Shanghai Disneyland is a Magic Kingdom-style theme park featuring classic Disney storytelling and characters but with authentic cultural touches and themes tailored specifically for the people of China. Shanghai Disney Resort offers something for everyone – thrilling adventures, lush gardens where guests can relax together, and enriching interactive experiences, all with the world-class guest service that Disney is known for around the globe.

What to Pack