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Park Hyatt Shanghai is smack-dab in Lujiazui, Shanghai’s booming financial center, but a good jogging route can be found in the back alleyway between the Pudong Shangri-La, Shanghai and the ferry terminus for the boat headed to the Bund. The road is quiet, generally free of traffic and has the bonus of being near the water. Shanghai is notorious for its bad air quality, so the best time to go running is early, before the morning commute. Pudong is not as crowded as the Puxi side of the Huangpu River, where the traffic is denser and the streets narrower, so the Forbes Travel Guide Four-Star hotel’s location on wide Century Avenue makes it an ideal place to start a run.