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Things to do in Shanghai

If you happen to visit Shanghai, never miss out a chance to enjoy the night life. Travelers should visit Huangpu River Cruise, with each tour ranging from 30 minutes to 6 hours. Oriental Pearl TV Tower, Huangpu Park, the Bund, and Jin Mao Tower are other attractions.

There are many attractions to visit in Shangahi. A Shanghai travel guide will help you decide what things to do when you visit Shanghai. During rainy season, if you happen to travel to Shanghai, there are plenty of things to do indoors.

  • Around Space Gallery

    Art and photography space hidden away in an old mansion turned industrial building. More
  • Art Scene Warehouse

    The space is located in an enclave of art studios and antique shops in a row of converted warehouses. More
  • Bar Rouge, Shanghai

    Have a nightcap at decadent Bar Rouge, high above the Bund in Shanghai. More
  • Brocade Country

    This unassuming shop with a white front and simple black signage stands out on a road of fashion shops. Owner Liu Xiao Lan, a member of the Miao et... More
  • Bund

    Stroll the riverfront promenade known as the Bund, with its Art Deco, Neoclassical, and Beaux-Arts façades, bars and shops, and views of the space-... More
  • Chinese Classics Bookstore

    The store carries a surprising breadth of products: from reproductions of communist-era comic books to artist's backpacks. More
  • Chinese Hand-Printed Blue Nankeen Exhibition Hall

    The exhibition hall displays samples of batik prints dating back to the 1890's. More
  • Design Republic

    Lyndon Neri and Rossana Hu’s modern design and furniture boutique. More
  • French Concession

    The leafy, rustic French Concession is the favored destination for cutting-edge fashion and designs for the home. More
  • Glamour Bar

    It’s all about glitz at this aptly-named bar on the sixth floor of Five on the Bund. Owned by the M Group, the bar has an Art Deco and vintage Holl... More
  • Grand Cinema

    Original Debut: Unveiled in 1932 by Hungarian architect L. E. Hudec (responsible for more than 60 Shanghai landmarks), Grand Cinema had Art Deco fl... More
  • Guo Chunxiang Family Collection

    The shop's memorabilia merchandise includes retro vinyl Chairman Mao and Lin Biao buttons. More
  • Laiyin Art Garden

    The shop stocks a wonderful collection of Shanghai Deco lampshades and accents. More
  • Lane 248

    Shanghai’s latest secret?Lane 248, a gritty, narrow street now inhabited by artsy cafés and intimate boutiques, hidden behind Taikang Road. More

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