China might not be as popular with Filipino tourists as Korea and Japan are right now, but this nearby country’s also worth a visit. Beijing’s an obvious destination for its cultural treasures, but Shanghai and Guangzhou’s historic buildings and design scene are giving travelers more reasons to visit the Middle Kingdom. If you’re planning a trip to these two cities soon, here’s what you shouldn't leave out of your itinerary:

SHANGHAI

50 Moganshan Road

When in Shanghai, you shouldn’t miss out on wandering the whole stretch of 50 Moganshan Road, also known as M50. Take in all the art as you shoot your OOTDs against the coolest murals and free galleries in the area.

Tianzifang
Don't leave the city without visiting this kitschy alley! It’s famous for its charming Shanghai-style boutiques and craft shops that offer unique finds, from designer clothes to budget-friendly gifts, home decor, art, and books.

1933 Slaughterhouse

Thrillseekers shouldn’t miss the chance to visit 1933 Slaughterhouse, one of the largest in the world. It’s a must-see for its Gothic-Deco architecture, air bridges, and hauntingly beautiful interiors.

DISCOUNTED PROMOS IN SHANGHAI
Discover the many faces of this Asian metropolis by hopping on a vintage bicycle or a sidecar, followed by a fun food trip! Book a tour with any of the establishments below and present to them your AirAsia boarding pass from Manila with a travel period from June 12 to September 30 to get exclusive discounts.

UnTour Food Tour

15% discount on any public food tours.
Per DTI-FTEB Permit No. 6916 Series of 2017

Insiders Experience

Free combined GoPro and Cava option for every two-hour or four-hour ride.
GoPro option: Free rental of GoPro camera as well as free video editing care of Insiders Experience.
Cava Option: Free bottle of Spanish champagne.
Per DTI-FTEB Permit No. 6906 Series of 2017

Culture Shock Bike Tours

15% discount on the Morning Tour or Evening Tour.
Per DTI-FTEB Permit No. 6914 Series of 2017

GUANGZHOU

Taojin Lu

This street in Guangzhou is known for its contemporary art and fashion scene. Visit it at night to see it transform into a hot spot for cuisine and nightlife!

Shamian Island
This colonial area in the Liwan District is always in the bucket list of every Guangzhou-bound tourist. Spend an afternoon here to see the European-style buildings and cafes lining the streets.

Pearl River

Enjoy a leisurely cruise down the third largest river in China, and soak in the glorious night views of the city.

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