The Yuyuan Bazaar area has both regular stores and street vendors selling all kinds of merchandise. However, we found it to be an especially good place to shop for traditional Chinese arts and crafts. The area surrounding the Nine-Turn Bridge (right) is very lively, especially in the evening.
The Yuyuan Garden is a traditional Chinese garden originally built by Ming officials in the 16th century. It's beautifully restored grounds include multiple buildings, courtyards, and ponds. Of special interest are several walls whose top were made to resemble a dragon, including its head (below right).
The Shanghai Museum had an excellent display of Chinese relics from various eras. Its modern building, uncluttered display, and excellent signage was world-class and easily made it the most impressive museum we saw in China.