字幕表 動画を再生する 英語字幕をプリント There's even a special key to get in. So right now it's locked. I'm going to see if I can get the key. Shanghai - it's one of the world's wealthiest cities. It's also considered to be one of China's most international cities and it's massive, with a population of 24 million, that's about the size of Australia. There's everything you can imagine here, swanky hotels, yachts and unique dining experiences. I've come to see explore the luxury side of Shanghai to see the value of $30,000 in this city. If you're looking for a highly spacious place to stay, there's this ultra-luxury suite at The Peninsula. The price tag? $22,000 per night. But, hey, it includes rides in the hotel's Rolls Royce, too. You can almost get lost in here, that's how big it is. Despite how big it is there's only actually two bedrooms. This one here is the master bedroom. This suite even has its own meeting room. There's a gym in here, too. It might have its own gym but it doesn't have its own pool so if you want to go for a swim, well, you'll have to go out to the hotel pool and swim with everyone else. It has one of the most iconic views of Shanghai, which is overlooking The Bund. The Bund is a waterfront area in central Shanghai, a popular destination for tourists, featuring restaurants and nightlife. But despite the hefty price tag per night, if you want to go for a ride on the hotel yacht, that'll cost you an extra $2,000 for an hour. But hey, it includes tea time. The only Peninsula in the world to have its own yacht. This can fit up to 10 people and is used for lunches, evening river cruises and corporate events. This is the cupola. It's hosted the likes of Tom Cruise and Halle Berry. While the main floor accommodates various group sizes, the private room is the most intimate setting reserved for just two. Guests here can order food from a number of different restaurants in the building. Of course, a night on the Bund can vary drastically, but let's call it $900. About 15 minutes away is this new hotel, The Middle House, which shows off a different take on Shanghai's luxury hotel scene. Welcome to the gallery suite, here at the Middle House. A suite for one night? $1,000. The hotel is also home to Café Gray Deluxe. A bottle of 2006 Salon? Will cost you almost $1,400. But if you're on my budget, a glass of house champagne will do as well. Back at the Peninsula, if you're looking for a private dining experience, Yi Long Court has its own a private room where you can avoid being seen. The Chef's Table here has a $2,000 minimum. You can also see the chef's prepare your food but from a distance. Finally, if you want to learn something new, the Four Seasons offers a photography class with a local photographer. Chinese red, red, lady in red. Combine an upscale Shanghai-style lunch which includes pork dumplings and fish with a walking tour through some of the city's historic sights. And the cost for two people? $700. I get a preview of what it entails. Shanghai never stops changing. My kindergarten is a high-rise building. My elementary school, on the corner, is a high-rise building. My high school is a high-rise building. I learn about how drastically Shanghai has been changing. We come outside of those walls and all of a sudden I see a White Castle, a beer hall. Welcome to new Shanghai.