Autumn in Shanghai, distinguished by mild weather with plenty of sunshine and gentle breezes, is one of the most pleasant times to visit the city.
As the leaves turn to brilliant autumn shades of gold, orange and crimson, its' time to enjoy one of the great regional delicacies of the Yangtze River Valley.
Swissotel Grand Shanghai is introducing a delightful series of afternoon tea sets to enjoy this autumn.
Enjoy an exceptional fresh seafood buffet at the Tangla Tianjin's 49th-floor restaurant SoU, the highest dining venue in the city.
To mark the Carlson Rezidor Hotel Group, the Radisson Blu Hotel Shanghai New World hosted a lunch for children from Shanghai No 1 School for the Deaf and Mute on Sept 18.
Macanese staples and international fare in a garden setting has made Cafe Panorama a favorite with locals for the past generation.
Stylish Japanese sushi houses have always been a favorite of the young white-collar urbanites.
Regent Beijing hosts afternoon tea at Crescent Lounge overlooking a beautiful garden.
An acclaimed feast of sea cucumber and hairy crab is featured at Rouge Chinese Restaurant of Crowne Plaza Beijing Zhongguancun in autumn.
Swissotel Beijing provides plump, tender, juicy hairy crabs with rich roe, flown in daily from Yangcheng Lake.
Sheraton Beijing Dongcheng Hotel provides the right venue to take a break during lunchtime.
The prized roe and tender meat of the hairy crab is only available for a brief harvest period each year, and is considered to have a "cooling" effect on the body.