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Crowds congregate at this hip joint for hearty servings of paninis, burgers, wraps, salads and desserts. It’s a friendly place that features free Wi-Fi and quality food at good prices. Go during breakfast and dinner for the morning and evening specials and to avoid the lunch rush.
This second location of the Morton's chain in Shanghai. This branch expands Morton's oeuvre to fresh seafood with a raw bar and a selection of fish dishes, New England-style clam chowder, Atlantic halibut with spicy blue crab, ahi tuna poke and caviar with the traditional accompaniments. Naturally, Morton's famous steaks are also on offer here.
Ethos World is Australia’s largest Orthodontic Group with 30 years clinical experience and international team with members who speak both English and Mandarin.
Interactive exhibits using 3-D, musical laser lights, robots and cutting edge technology make a trip to this kid-friendly museum irresistible. Don't miss the earthquake simulator, dancing robots, IMAX and 4-D films. Tickets are RMB60 for adults, RMB30 for students with ID, and free for kids under 1.3 meters.
ParkwayHealth's Gleneagles Medical & Surgical Center is located within Tomorrow Square (same building as the JW Marriott Hotel), in the heart of downtown Shanghai. Great care and attention has gone into fitting out the center with not only state-of-the-art equipment and onsite operating theaters, but relaxed lighting, tranquil nature features and luxurious private VIP recovery suites as well.
ParkwayHealth's Specialty & Inpatient Center is conveniently located in the center of Shanghai, right next to Xintiandi. It offers the same level of out-patient care as our other facilities, and it also provides our network with additional specialized medical support (In-Patient Care, Women’s Health and Birthing Services, Pediatrics). The clinic is open 24 hours.
Ease into (or out of) your day with a treatment at this relaxing spa which specializes in therapeutic massage. Professional therapists provide a range of services including traditional Chinese massage, Japanese shiatsu finger pressure, aromatherapy, foot reflexology and oriental scalp massage.
Enter this gorgeous old mansion in the former French concession to enjoy a display of over 500 traditional artifacts, representing a wide selection of local handicrafts including jade carving, lantern making, paper cutting and embroidery. Tickets are RMB8 per person.
Located in Donghua University, the Shanghai Museum of Textile and Costume displays the history of ancient Chinese textiles, showcases modern production techniques and offers cool interactive exhibits. Admission is free.