Loft Apartments in Shanghai
Our property is conveniently situated in Putuo District, one of the central business district in Shanghai. We are steps from commercial hub, providing easy access to shopping mall, entertainments, restaurants and more.
The Metro Line 7 station is conveniently located just beside the hotel, with only 4 stops away from Jingan Temple, providing you great access to the city.
Modena by Fraser Putuo Shanghai
The garden of 20,000 sqm impresses not with its size with its unique scenic structures; and of course, for the never-relenting shopper, this is also a great place for tea, antiques, Chinese seals and souvenirs.
Graceful and elegant, the 800-year old temple, with an area of 1,370 sqm, is Shanghai’s most spectacular and well-known Buddhist temple.
Qibao Ancient Town
Dating more than a thousand years, the town of “seven treasures” is a living fossil of ancient Chinese conurbation where folk activities and street fare continue to intrigue the modern day tourists.
Nanjing Road Pedestrian Street
At 5.5km long, this is the most famous shopping street in Shanghai, lined with modern shopping malls, specialties stores, theatres, restaurants and a host of food outlets.
Pudong and the Bund
A symbol of modern and classic Shanghai, the Bund is widely visited not just for its sculptures, statues and underwater tunnel, but also for the boat rides and sightseeing that accompany the wealth of dining, nightlife and shopping options available.
Built around 1920, here you’ll find Western-style heritage villas rebuilt to become a brand new fashion and lifestyle hub with culinary buzz right in downtown Shanghai.
Highly popular among foreigners, the place is well-known for its many high-end bars.
Upscale bars and night clubs at the Bund, patronized by the well-heeled locals and expatriates, epitomize the buoyant Shanghai night life.
Tong Le Fang
Cultural, recreational and creative, the area has a host of bars and clubs, restaurants, new concept stores, art galleries and studio theatres.
Tian Zi Fang
The arts and crafts enclave in the Old French Quarter is also home to exotic restaurants and bars.
A popular night market well-loved for its delicious barbecues and seafood.
Heng Shan Road Bar Street
A place for leisure and entertainment, here you’ll find more than 100 bars, teahouses, hotels, entertainment centres, beauty salons and galleries.
The largest comprehensive landscape park of Shanghai is fun-packed with a boating lake and an aquarium.
Shanghai GongQing Forest Park
The Park may not be the biggest in Shanghai but is full of idyllic charm amidst natural tranquility found in the open stretches of grass and cool forests.
Shanghai Botanical Garden
With a large collection of plants and flowers, the Garden is also a venue for plant research, tourism, and nature science education.
Dongping National Forest Park
The largest man-made forest in eastern China is tucked not far away from the city in the Chongming Island, where one will find more than 500 species of trees and flowers and many other exciting outdoor activities.
Shanghai Sheshan National Forest Park
: The Forest Park awes with its 12 peaks and 20 scenic spots and places of entertainment, covering anything from birds and butterflies, to earthquake research, peaches and tea.
Shanghai Wild Animal Park
The largest national wildlife park in China is home to about 10,000 animals of more than 200 rare animal species.
Da'ning Lingshi Park
At 500,000 sqm, the ecological landscape city park comes with a man-made lake, among other creations, accompanied by phenomenal views of the Huangpu River.
Tong Chuan Road Seafood Street
A seafood market where restaurants serve up fresh Shanghai delicacies.
Shouning Road (Crawfish Street)
A food street famous for BBQ seafood, in particular shellfish, a favourite with the locals.
The perfect place to enjoy the most famous and authentic Nanxiang steamed dumplings.
Better known as the “Korean Town” of Shanghai, here you’ll find tantalizing Korean food.
Zhenru Mutton Restaurant
A traditional restaurant that is well-loved for its delicious mutton noodles.
Here at the Shanghai’s largest shopping and commercial complex opened in 2013, you’ll find major public art and cultural exhibits, in addition to various kinds of musical performances.
Jingan Kerry Centre
The area offers three towers of luxury brands, as well as an eclectic mix of stores, cinema, dining and shopping establishments in metropolitan Shanghai.
Huai Hai Road
A major shopping street in Shanghai that leads the world with its fashion trends and upscale shopping appeal.
Nanjing Road Pedestrian Street
The most famous shopping street in Shanghai is known for its modern shopping malls, specialty stores, theatres, restaurants and a host of food outlets.
A hot spot for Shanghai’s young and hip fashionistas, the stretch of road is dotted with boutiques, concept stores and homegrown designer fashion
Shanghai Old Street
A great place to shop and discover the Old Shanghai, with buildings dating as far back as the 1300s, made diverse with the European influence that took place then.
China Art Museum, Shanghai
Also known as the China Art Palace, the newly established museum is housed in the former China Pavilion of Expo 2010, with a collection of 14,000 artworks, mainly of Chinese modern art.
Madame Tussauds Shanghai
A famous waxwork museum within the People’s Square area, with effigies of many famous movie stars.
MOCA Shanghai (Museum of Contemporary Art Shanghai)
Built to resemble a crystal palace, the museum is located in the People’s Park.
K11 Art Centre
Displaying local artists’ works at every turn, the venue has hosted many large scale exhibitions, including the Monet Exhibition.
Tian Zi Fang
An artsy area housing bars, cafes, crafts shops, galleries and boutiques developed from an old residential area with Shikumen houses, now popular with yuppies, designers and expatriates.
Shanghai Oriental Art Centre
Designed by award-winning French architect Paul Andreu, the Centre is one of the most significant cultural landmarks in Shanghai that boasts of 5 inspiring domes spreading over 40,000 sqm.
Mr. and Mrs. Fitness Club
The Club keeps you fit with a full set of the latest exercise equipment coached by fitness professionals.
Shanghai Oriental Land Resort
Covering 5,600 acres, the resort is well-equipped with facilities ideal for leisure, sports, training and business conferences.
Silver Seven Star Indoor Skiing Site
The largest professional indoor skiing site in the city is also the first of its kind in Asia.
The multi-functional stadium is an ideal ground for soccer, track and field competitions and other sports exhibitions.
Modena by Fraser Putuo Shanghai
No. 1, Lane 58, Tongchuan Road,
Tel: +86 (21) 6147 8888
Fax: +86 (21) 6173 0888
Facilities, Amenities and Services within the vicinity
- Supermarket (5 minutes by foot)
- Food street (10 minutes by foot)
- Massage Centre (2 minutes by foot)
- Pharmacy (5 minutes by foot)
- Starbucks Coffee (next door)
- Putuo Hospital (20 minutes by car)
- IMAGO Shopping Mall (15 minutes by car)
Nearest Subway Station
- Langao Subway Station Line 7 (5 minutes by foot)
Nearest Train Station
- Shanghai Train Station (20 minutes by car)
Getting to Modena by Fraser Putuo Shanghai
Distance from airport: 46 km
Estimated travelling time: 75 minutes
Taxi: RMB 200 one-way, estimated fare
Limousine: RMB 500 one-way, estimated fare
Van: RMB 600 one-way, estimated fare
The metropolitan Shanghai and its business district are depicted by skyscrapers that mark the city’s leading edge in financial developments, fashion and trends. In a stunning yet subdued contrast, is the nostalgic facet of Old Shanghai with its temples, gardens that are classically Chinese or French-styled and notable landmarks that once had a part to play in its rich history. Today, these cultural monuments and places of interest offer some reprieve from the urban jungle and are must-visits for every traveller to this dynamic city.
Shanghai was an iconic city which provided the first meeting point between the East and the West since the 1800s, and is today an intoxicating mix of the two, with the French influence particularly eminent in some of the attractions. The city remains highly relevant in trade and travel today.
Essential Facts about Shanghai
Shanghai has sub-tropical maritime monsoon climate, with four distinct seasons. Generally, the warm spring and cool autumn are the most comfortable periods of the year. March to May is also an ideal season to visit the city as climatic conditions are pleasant.
The vernacular language is Shanghainese; while the official language is standard Mandarin. Both are often used interchangeably by the locals.
GMT +8 hours
While short term visas for stay overs or short tourist stops are available at the airports, it is still recommended to get your visa before entering the country. Most Asian countries are allowed visa-free entry for up to 30 days, however, travellers should check the latest regulations with the nearest consulate or embassy or online.
The unit currency is Renminbi (RMB). Credit cards are widely accepted at larger establishments.
All prices are tax-inclusive when charged and there is no other tax.
Tipping is not commonly practised in China. Most hotels automatically add a 15% service charge to the total bill.
Banks and government offices:
Mondays to Fridays, 09:00 to 17:00 hours
Saturdays, 09:00 to 13:00 hours
Mondays to Fridays, 09:00 to 18:00 hours
Shops and department stores, may vary but mostly:
Mondays to Sundays: 10:00 to 22:00 hours, including public holidays.
The biggest mobile phone service providers are China Mobile, China Unicom and China Telecom.
Medical facilities of international standard are available in Shanghai. It is advisable to seek medical advice about vaccinations/inoculations from your family doctor before traveling.
Voltage is 220V AC.
New Year's Day, Chinese New Year or Spring Festival, Tomb-Sweeping Festival, Labour Day, Dragon Boat Festival, Mid-Autumn Festival and China National Day