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UPDATED: May 21, 2010 Web Exclusive
Days and Nights in Shanghai - Episode Eleven

Hengshan Road offers travelers an alternative to the upscale Xintiandi. The road and adjacent streets are full of stylish entertainment establishments, like bars, teahouses, hotels, entertainment centers, beauty saloons and galleries. The Shanghai people are especially proud of the road's Chinese parasol tree shade. Hengshan Road is home to the most bars in Shanghai and at night, with its spectrum of colored lights, provides a calming atmosphere after a tiring day of work or travel.

The size and style of the bars on Hengshan Road vary, but each bar—the passionate American style Bourbon Street, British style Sasha's, and modern-classic Chinese style Lapis Lazuli, for example—has its own atmosphere.

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Episode One: The Waibaidu Bridge
Episode Two: The Shiliupu Dock
Episode Three: The Bund
Episode Four: Chenghuang Temple & Yu Garden
Episode Five: Tianzifang
Episode Six: The Bust of Alexander Pushkin
Episode Seven: Shanghai World Financial Center
Episode Eight: Riverside Avenue
Episode Nine: Xintiandi
Episode Ten: Nanjing Road
Episode Eleven: Hengshan Road
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