Shanghai - Xujiahui & South Shanghai (PDF Chapter)
This is the Xújiāhuì & South Shànghǎi chapter from Lonely Planet’s Shanghai guidebook.
Bordering the southwestern end of the stylish French Concession and a zip away on the metro from People’s Square, Xújiāhuì (徐家汇) was known to 1930s expats as Zicawei or Sicawei.
- exploring Jesuit heritage in the well-preserved architecture of Xújiāhuì
- divine the Buddhist heritage of South Shànghǎi at the pretty, peaceful Lónghuá Temple and Pagoda
- go all out for a Uighur lamb feast in Xīnjiāng Restaurant, complete with dancing and singing performances
- restaurants & bars
Coverage includes: Sights, Eating, Drinking & Nightlife and Shopping.
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