Wayfarer travel TV show: Series 02 Episode 24, the best of Shanghai and Beijing

by James Wilkinson

In Episode 24 of Series 02 of Wayfarer, award-winning host James Gregory Wilkinson checks-out some great things to do in Shanghai and Beijing for business and leisure travellers.

In the segment, we go on a journey through the city in a vintage sidecar and Jeep with the team from Shanghai Insiders, then head to several of the city’s best rooftop and sky-high bars and restaurants in a skyscraper and in some of the heritage buildings on the Bund.

Then we head to Beijing and check-in to the popular Artyzen Habitat Dongzhimen Beijing hotel, before taking a journey to see the incredible Great Wall of China.

To view the episode, click on the YouTube image below.

In Series 2 of Wayfarer, being broadcast online across the world throughout 2020, Wilkinson takes viewers across the globe to some of the best hotels, bars, restaurants, galleries and attractions that several of the world’s leading destinations have to offer.

The 25-episode line-up for Series 2 includes: Austin, Texas, USA; Chicago, Illinois, USA; Fort Worth, Texas, USA; Hamilton Island, Queensland, Australia; Los Angeles, California, USA; New York City, USA; Shanghai and Beijing, China; and Singapore.

Each episode is an essential guide to the city for business and leisure travellers and is being broadcast on wayfarer.travel and YouTube on a weekly basis.


Qantas flies to Shanghai from Sydney, with the Airbus A330s that operate on the route fitted out with the latest Business Class cabins (also seen on the Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner fleet).

The new Business Class cabins features the latest-generation seat from the Flying Kangaroo that can be reclined for take-off and landing, while you can also expect top Australian food and wine, and world-class entertainment.

Wayfarer Host and Editor-In-Chief, James Gregory Wilkinson, recently experienced the Qantas Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner in Business Class from Los Angeles to Sydney and click on the image below to find out what you can expect onboard.