Tick off Central and Tsim Sha Tsui then explore some of the city's lesser known haunts.
Here are some of the essentials to pack into your Shanghai sojourn.
Whether staying as a guest or visiting one of the many dining options, it's a must-do in Hong Kong.
A pleasant premium economy experience, though I'd prefer the seats a bit wider.
Sign up for a tour of the less glamorous underbelly of this fabulously wealthy city.
Whether it's food, culture, history, scenery or adventure that sets your wheels in motion, China is packed with tantalising possibilities.
The Mausoleum of the Nanyue King is one of China's outstanding museums.
In a city the size of Hong Kong, it should come as little shock to find that there are numerous hidden treasures.
China is as much old world as it is new. From Shanghai's skyscrapers bathed in neon, to grey-walled hutongs of Beijing, the terracotta warriors to the greatest wall of them all. While its man-made wonders are vast, its natural ones are also incredible; the karst cliffs of Yangshuo, the tiger leaping gorge, and its giant pandas. And don't forget to dive into its unique and varied cuisine.