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3 Days in Shanghai

Travel Itinerary -
Days: 3
Season: All
trip transport traveler type
Country: China
Travel Interests: Arts and culture,Amusement parks,Culinary tour,Museums and Galleries,Architecture,Tours and Sightseeing,World heritage sites
Description: Shanghai full travel plan. Our 3 days vacation tour plan in Shanghai, 3 days itinerary in Shanghai, the best things to do in Shanghai and around in 3 days: Pudong, Yu garden, The bund and more attractions in Shanghai.., China travel guide.
Created by Maayan Ashkenazi
Last modified 31/08/2018
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Shanghai

Day 2

Shanghai

Day 3

Shanghai

My best travel tips
Eating and drinking
The Big Four Warriors On the top of the agenda of breakfast foods are what the Shanghainese have deemed “the four warriors” (sìdà jīngāng, 四大金刚) nicknamed such because they have been the cornerstones of breakfast food for generations. They’ve not only stood the test of time, but they also effectively fight off hunger. The grand quartet starts off with flatbreads, which effectively translate to ‘Dabing’ (dà bǐng, 大饼) or big bread. Baked in coal ovens, they hold a pocket of warm air and are fragrant with sesame seeds. Number two are the fried dough sticks (Yóutiáo, 油条), light as air, which should be eaten straight out of the deep fryer and pair perfectly with the third warrior, silky soy milk (doujiang, 豆板醤). Finally, there is the Shanghainese favorite, cifangao (Cí fàn gāo,糍饭糕). Akin to a rice burrito (sans tortilla), fresh, fragrant rice (or purple rice) is ro
Wrapped and ready However, one cannot live on the big four breakfast foods alone. There’s also a variety of morning snacks that come wrapped in delicious packages. First off are the famous Shanghai soup dumplings (Xiǎo lóng bāo, 小笼包), which are steamed in bamboo baskets and ooze delicious, porky broth along with the meatball inside. Under the basket of dumplings, you might find shaomai (Shāomai, 烧卖) also being cooked up. These are filled with glutinous rice, flavored with dark soy and little pieces of preserved pork.
Baked Sweet Potato:The smell of baked sweet potato is how you know it’s winter in Shanghai. Usually sold from the back of a scooter, these sweet potatoes are fluffy and fibrous and will warm you up on even the coldest day.
Tea Eggs: Even as Shanghai’s street food scene fades, tea eggs are still available everywhere, from convenience stores to newspaper stands. The chicken eggs are hard boiled in a mixture of green tea and soy sauce and kept in a crock pot for warmth
5 Noodle Dishes to Try in Shanghai: theculturetrip.com
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How to save up to 30% with Shanghai GO Card: // mart-destinations.evyy.net
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