Mandarin Oriental Shanghai offers the perfect accommodation package for those who are willing to discover Shanghai this summer. China has turned to be one of the most visited countries in the world and starting a tour from Shanghai is going to offer a great holiday experience. Mandarin Oriental Shanghai has to be your choice when choosing to visit China’s largest city which is also considered the beating heart when referring to population and economy. Beside local attractions such as Shanghai Disney resort or Dragon Boat Festival every tourist can enjoy the One More Night accommodation package at Mandarin Oriental Shanghai. We present you the top activities in Shanghai for this summer as the touristic season is starting soon.
Experience the World of Disney
Shanghai Disney Resort is finally about to open on 16 June 2016. Located in Chuansha New Town of Pudong, the park’s multiple attractions include the world’s tallest Enchanted Storybook Castle, an Alice in Wonderland Maze and the Seven Dwarves Mine Train.The concierge at Mandarin Oriental Shanghai is ready to assist guests with tickets and transport information.
Take part in the Shanghai International Film Festival
The 19th edition of Shanghai International Film Festival will take place from 11 to 16 June. This year’s ‘Tribute to Masters’ will showcase a series of films commemorating the Russian director – Andrei Tarkovsky with famous movies such as Solaris, Stalker, The Sacrifice and Mirror. These and his other masterpieces, Nostalghia, Andrei Rublev, Ivan’s Childhood and The Steamroller and the Violin, will be screened during the festival.
Enjoy the Dragon Boat Festival among locals
The Dragon Boat Festival, or Duanwu jie, is honoured on the fifth day of the fifth month according to the Chinese calendar. This year falls on 9th June and will be celebrated with a long holiday weekend. Guests can take part in the exciting spectacle of the annual Suzhou Creek dragon boat races, or participate in some paddling at The Shanglong Dragonboat Club. Also, travellers can taste traditional zongzi, a pyramid-shaped parcel of sticky rice with meat or sweet red bean wrapped in reed or bamboo leaves.
Taste the Summer Dining in ‘Jiang Nan’ Style
Mandarin Oriental Shanghai’s signature Chinese restaurant Yong Yi Ting showcases local ‘Jiang Nan’ (south of the Yangtze River) cuisine presented by celebrated Shanghainese chef, Tony Lu. The cookery of Shanghai and its neighbouring provinces, Jiangsu and Zhejiang, are renowned for their delicate seasonal flavours, to which Chef Lu adds an enticing touch of modernity.
Improve Your Summer Glow at The Mandarin Oriental Shanghai Spa
Guests have an opportunity to energize themselves with a 90-minute massage at The Spa at Mandarin Oriental Shanghai. The massage begins with a complimentary 30-minute Refined Body Glow exfoliation treatment using a blend of ground lotus seeds, pepper and Chinese dates that leaves the skin feeling silky soft.
Guests can treat themselves to a little extra indulgence during their Shanghai adventure by booking the One More Night package, which includes a complimentary third night. The package is available from 5 June 2016 until 5 September 2016. Rates start from CNY 1,800.
For hotel information, please email firstname.lastname@example.org, or phone Mandarin Oriental Pudong, Shanghai directly at +86 21 20829908.