- Address: 123弄 Xingye Rd, Huangpu, Shanghai, China
- Timings: 24-hrs Details
- Phone: +86-2163112288
- Ticket Price: Free
- Time Required: 03:00 Hrs
- Tags: Walking Area, Restaurant, Family And Kids, Streets
This area is regarded as one of the most affluent locales in Shanghai. Being a car-free zone, people can spend a lot of time walking in the streets.
The streets here are lined with designer boutiques, famous restaurants and entertainment options. Do expect to spend a considerable amount of money when shopping in this area. The characteristic features of this locale are narrow alleys, cobble stone streets and lanes. In essence, this place is ideal for couples looking for a romantic afternoon. For these purposes, this cultural and lifestyle centre is the best place to visit on your trip to China.
Xintiandi is one of the finest areas in Shanghai and a very popular tourist hotspot also. Being an open alley, Xintiandi tickets are for free as such, as there are not really any tickets for Xintiandi. However, there are many tour options for Xintiandi. So buy tickets for Xintiandi Tours as they will help you have a guided visit of this cobble stoned street where you will find various shops, restaurants and boutiques. If you want details, the Xintiandi ticket prices for tours can be seen on our ticketing portal. Also, visit the popular attractions in the city by following Shanghai Itinerary 5 Days.
- Always open.
- Xantiandi Station, Line 10
- Yi Cafe-Pudong Shangri
- La Shanghai – cafe
- Buffet dinner Din Tai Fung (Xintiandi) – local Chinese fast food
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75.86% of people who visit Shanghai include Xintiandi in their plan
3 PM - 4 PM
62.88% of people start their Xintiandi visit around 3 PM - 4 PM
People usually take around 3 Hrs to see Xintiandi
92.73% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Xintiandi
Xintiandi is a good explanation of what Shanghai looks like. It's a perfect mix of something different. Very charming.
When I first visited Shanghai more than a decade ago, Xintiandi was a place I kept coming back. It was one of those places that offers a good mix of chic restaurants, lots of activity and night life and a bright beautiful space. Xintiandi is the epicentre of chic nightlife for Shanghai’s youthful elite. This is where the action is. Xintiandi fuses the modern and the old. Shikumen style housing that’s reconstructed alongside modern amenities become the backdrop for a slew of restaurants and bars. I read this phrase that seems apt for Shanghai: “Xintiandi is where Shanghai of yesterday and tomorrow meets today”. When it’s not raining, this place is packed. I was here in winter the last time too, and there was a Starbucks in the corner that serves hot chocolate that keeps me warm. The Starbucks is still there, but what’s new is the huge hotel right in front of it, as well as a bunch of new restaurants including those by Wolfgang Puck. Some of the best restaurants in Shanghai is located in this neighbourhood and this is one of the most expensive areas to live in Shanghai.
Great metro to xintiandi
Such an amazing city. Love it
Love the place. I know anyone would. A place to visit in your youth or if you are newly married.