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    Serviced Apartments in Shanghai

    Xintiandi District

    The venue offers a window to Shanghai’s past that is now preserved with restaurants, boutiques, cafes, bars and entertainment of international standing.  

    Yu Garden

    The garden of 20,000 sqm may not impress with its size but surely does with its unique scenic structures; and of course, for the never-relenting shopper, this is also a great place for tea, antiques, Chinese seals and souvenirs.

    Nanjing Road Pedestrian Street

    The most famous shopping street in Shanghai, 5.5 km long and lined with modern shopping malls, specialties stores, theatres, restaurants and a host of food outlets.

    People’s Square

    The most famous landmark of the city is home to the municipal government headquarters. 

    Tianzifang Humanity and Art Street

    An arts and crafts enclave that was developed from a renovated residential area with the Shikumen architecture and narrow alleys preserved.

    Pudong and the Bund

    A symbol of modern and classic Shanghai, the Bund is widely visited not just for its sculptures, statues and underwater tunnel, but also for the boat rides and sightseeing that accompanies the wealth of dining, nightlife and shopping options available. 


    Highly popular among foreigners, the place is well-known for its many high-end bars.

    Hengshan Road

    A famous Street with a wide variety of bars ranging from casual, to more intimate.

    Pudong and the Bund

    Enjoy the beautiful night scenery on a cruise along the Huangpu River, or savour great food and drink in bars and restaurants by the riverside.

    Tongbei Road

    Local markets and restaurants here offer great seafood with many choices.

    The Bund

    Upscale bars and night clubs at the Bund, patronized by the well-heeled locals and expatriates, epitomize the buoyant Shanghai night life

    Changli Road Night Market

    A famous night market with delicious barbecues and seafood.

    Taiping Lake

    Built on top of an abandoned tin mine and surrounded by a beautiful garden with lush greenery, it is a great place to get close to nature.

    FUXING Park

    The only remaining French classic style park in Shanghai is popular with the locals for recreational activities.

    Shanghai Wild Life Park

    Get up close with the animals in the biggest national wild life park in China, which houses more than 200 kinds of animals, including some rare and protected ones.

    Kung Ch'ing Forest Park

    The Park is full of idyllic charm, engendering feelings of natural tranquility.

    Shanghai Botanical Garden

    More than just a large collection of plants and flowers, the Garden is also a venue for plant research, tourism, and nature science education.

    Dongping State Forest Park

    Very famous forest park located on one of the three biggest islands of China, Chongming Island.

    Shouning Road (Crawfish Street)

    A food street famous for BBQ seafood, in particular shellfish, a favourite with the locals.

    K11 Art Centre

    These places offer a great variety from traditional Chinese and Guangdong food, to hamburger and steak, at any time of the day.


    Re-developed from an old residential area, it is great place to look for international fine cuisines with Post, De Bellotas, Paulaner, and many more

    Shanghai Plaza

    These places offer a great variety from traditional Chinese and Guangdong food, to hamburger and steak, at any time of the day.

    Chenghuang Temple

    The perfect place to enjoy the most famous and authentic Nanxiang steamed dumplings.

    Din Tai Fung (Super Brand Mall)

    A Taiwanese food chain famous for their renditions of Chinese snack food, such as dumplings, noodles, steamed buns and simple vegetable dishes.

    The Bund

    One can find many high-class restaurants along East Zhongshan Road and Bingjiang Avenue at the Bund.

    Fuyou Road Small Commodity Market

    A popular market offering all kinds of products, from traditional Chinese crafts to antiques and watches, and a perfect place for tourists to grab a few souvenirs.

    Shanghai Old Street

    A great place to shop and discover the old Shanghai, with buildings dating back to the Qing and Ming dynasties.


    A large high-end international supermarket just 5 minutes by foot from the property.

    Nanjing Road Pedestrian Street

    The most famous shopping street in Shanghai is known for its modern shopping malls, specialty stores, theatres, restaurants and a host of food outlets.

    Shanghai Plaza

    You will find many international cosmetics and fashion brands at these unique places.

    K11 Art Centre

    You will find many international cosmetics and fashion brands at these unique places.

    Hong Kong Plaza

    Easily accessible by metro, it provides medium to high-end shopping in a comfortable and spacious environment.

    K11 Art Centre

    A newly opened art and shopping centre just 10 minutes’ walk from the property, the venue has hosted many large scale exhibitions, including the Monet Exhibition.

    Madame Tussaud's (Shanghai)

    A famous waxwork museum within the People’s Square area, with effigies of many famous movie stars.

    China Art Museum, Shanghai

    A newly established art museum based on 2010 Shanghai World Expo that includes China Exhibition Hall and other 27 National Exhibition Halls.

    Shanghai Museum

    Located in People’s Square, the Museum has eleven galleries and three exhibition halls showcasing ancient Chinese artifacts.


    An artsy area housing bars, cafes, crafts shops, galleries and boutiques developed from old residential area with Shikumen houses, now popular with yuppies, designers and expatriates.

    MOCA Shanghai (Museum of Contemporary Art Shanghai)

    Built to resemble a crystal palace, the museum is located in the People’s Park.

    Fraser Residence Shanghai

    Strategically sited in the Luwan district just off Central Huaihai Road, Fraser Residence Shanghai sits in the city’s prime location with landmark offices and retail developments within the vicinity.

    To its north is Huaihai Road, a bustling retail destination with a great variety of major top-end boutiques and department stores; to its south is Xintiandi, an internationally-acclaimed urban attraction that blends with the country’s rich heritage.

    Fraser Residence Shanghai

    98 Shou Ning Road
    Shanghai 200021, China



    • Facilities, Amenities and Services within the vicinity

      • Convenient Store (Next door)
      • Clinic (Next door)
      • Starbucks Café (1 minute by foot)
      • Huaihai Road and Time Square Shopping Mall (2 minutes by foot)
      • Supermarket - City Super (3 minutes by foot)
      • Huaihai Park (5 minutes by foot)
      • Subway (5 minutes by foot)
      • Xin Tian Di (7 minutes by foot)
      • Nanjing Road East pedestrian street (5 minutes by car)
      • The Bund (8 minutes by car)
      • Cheng Huang Temple  (8 minutes by car)
    • Getting to Fraser Residence Shanghai

      By Subway

      • Take Line 8 and alight at Dashijie Station.
      • Take Line 1 and alight at South Huangpi Road Station.

      By Taxi

      • From Pudong airport, it takes around one hour and costs around RMB 150.
      • From Hongqiao airport, it takes around 40 minutes and costs around RMB 100。
    • About Shanghai

      The metropolitan Shanghai is depicted by skyscrapers that mark the city’s leading edge in financial developments, fashion and trends.  In a stunning yet subdued contrast, is the nostalgic facet of Old Shanghai with its temples, gardens that are classically Chinese or French-styled and historical landmarks that once had a part to play in its rich history.  Today, these cultural monuments and places of interest offer some reprieve from the urban jungle and are must-visits for every traveller to this dynamic city.    

      Shanghai was an iconic city which first providing the meeting point between the east and the west.  The city remains highly relevant in trade and travel today. The city in the 1800s became an intoxicating mix of sophisticated, rustic, Western and Eastern. French influence was eminent in places like the Fuxing Park, once a French Concession, which features French-style gardens, high-end bars and cafes. 

    • Essential Facts About Shanghai


      Shanghai has sub-tropical maritime monsoon climate, with four distinct seasons. Generally, the warm spring and cool autumn are the most comfortable periods of the year. March to May is also an ideal season to visit the city as climatic conditions are pleasant.


      The vernacular language is Shanghainese; while the official language is standard Mandarin. Both are often used interchangeably by the locals.

      Time Difference

      GMT +8 hours


      There are various kinds of visas for foreigners entering Shanghai. Recently, visa-on-arrival has become available at the airports.  Visas can also be obtained at the Chinese embassies or consulates in your country.  While short term visas for lay overs or short tourist stops are available at the airports, it is still recommended to get your visa before entering the country to avoid any possible problems.  Most Asian countries are allowed visa-free entry for up to 30 days, but you should check the latest regulations with the nearest consulate or embassy or online.   


      The unit currency is Renminbi (RMB).  Credit cards are widely accepted at larger establishments.


      All prices are tax-inclusive when charged and there is no other tax.


      Tipping is not commonly practised in China. Most hotels automatically add a 15% service charge to the total bill.

      Business Hours

      Banks and government offices:
      Mondays to Fridays, 09:00 to 17:00 hours
      Saturdays, 09:00 to 13:00 hours

      Mondays to Fridays, 09:00 to 18:00 hours

      Shops and department stores, may vary but mostly:
      Mondays to Sundays: 10:00 to 22:00 hours, including public holidays.

      Cellular Network

      The biggest mobile telephone three service providers are China Mobile, China Unicom and China Telecom.


      Medical facilities of international standard are available in Shanghai. It is advisable to seek medical advice about vaccinations/inoculations from your family doctor before traveling.


      Voltage is 220V AC.

      Public Holidays

      New Year's Day, Chinese New Year or Spring Festival, Tomb-Sweeping Festival, Labor Day, Dragon Boat Festival, Mid-Autumn Festival and China National Day.