It is easy to have fun in big cities, and options in Shanghai are endless.
So; when I didn't explore the city's modern architecture or ancient temples, here's what I was up to:
Since the living expenses in Shanghai are generally lower than in big cities of Europe or the US, it happens that you can experience a bit of luxury while not having to sell your kidney. This discovered, I made some use of it..
Shanghai also surprised me with the arrays of cultural possibilities. There are loads of stellar contemporary art galleries - before you manage to visit them all, the first one will have already a new show on display, thus you can start from the beginning. The best in my eyes was the Power Station of Art, but here are some fragments from other galleries:
I also like to have some activity in my life. That said, I joined local slackline community for some sessions.
and to move around, I've used the sharing bike scheme. I didn't measure it, but I biked pretty much every day while there.
It's relatively fast, dirt cheap and a tad of adrenaline too, as the local traffic is a mess.
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Published by: Jakub Stepanovic in Collections
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