Stretching over 12.5km along the Suzhou Creek riverfront is a public pathway where people can walk, run and bike across. Originally developed as both a way to help clean the water of the heavy pollution it had faced in the last few decades and as a reclamation of the creek's historic invaluably. The pathway stretches from the Waibaidu Bridge, through the M50 Art District and all the way down to Shanghai Central Railway Station. There are stores, benches, shopping centers and parks scattered across this new urban path. Construction hasn't completely finished, currently the most interesting walk is on the north side, starting from the Bund, passing the Bvlgari Hotel all the way to the Sihang Warehouse Battle Memorial.
This historic theater up in Hongkou was once a temple, then it was Chinatown, now it's a bubbling club/lounge/bar regularly hosting cabaret theater shows. It's a really beautiful old space with a gallery and theater boxes, with a real feeling of...
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