This architectural wonder has become a commercial hub in Shanghai.
Although this dining/shopping/art center may be a little too urban for some, there's no denying that Three on the Bund is upscale and that it represents the face of the new Shanghai. The few shops it has are exclusive: two by Armani among them.
The restaurants can be included in the city's best, including Jean-Georges, the Whampoa Club (with its dramatic modern take on Shanghai cuisine and even more dramatic interior), and the intimate Cupola in a former bell tower. There is also a classy barber, Evian Day Spa and Shanghai Gallery of Art. As for the seven-story building itself, it's a beautiful historical property right on The Bund.