Open since 2004, Bar Rouge is far and away the most famous club in Shanghai, and sets the standard for Bund nightlife. Terrace view, classy sleek interiors and a French-Shanghai identity. They went through a renovation in January 2019, reopening with a razzle-dazzle... Read more
This street has stores selling all kinds of musical instruments, mostly pianos and drums Read more
This historical building hosts famous resturant M on the Bund, lounge Glamour Bar, Japanese restaurant Moonsha as well as a spa. The building retains it's charm with high ceilings, spectacular views and amazing terrace rooftop. Read more
Sir Elly's is the Peninsula fine dining, Euro flagship restaurant, up on the thirteenth floor with views across the river to Pudong. Art Deco decor, prestigously expensive. Read more
This is Forever 21's first store in Shanghai, a huge, four-floor, 8000sq.-meter fashion retailer aimed at the young and hip. For those not familiar with the brand, it's American and they focus on women's fashion, but have men's and children's departments, too. Read more
Les Suites Orient Bund Shanghai Hotel is a Luxury City Center retreat. It fuses Art Deco design with traditional Oriental Style. It is located in the center of Shanghai, along the cityâ€™s prestigious Bund area, offering fascinating views over the Huangpu River and... Read more
Hand-made Chinese silk embroidered slippers and clothing. Read more
Tours run daily and every evening on two large river ferries. The boats, one of which is painted up like a dragon, sail up to Yangpu Bridge in the north of the city, then turn around and chug back down to Nanpu Bridge in the south. The whole trip takes about 50... Read more
The Bund 18 is a historical building that feature some of Shanghai most famous nightlife spots including Bar Rouge, Cuvve, Mr. & Mrs. Bund, as well as a cafe, gallery, luxury shopping all amid iconic views of the Shanghai skyline. Read more
This wine, cocktail and tapas bar doubles as an art gallery. It boasts a selection of over 300 wines with enough price points to accommodate almost any budget. Cocktails are largely classics like martinis and Manhattans. Food offerings range from adequate to... Read more
Luxury Bund hotel occupying the former Peace Hotel South which was formerly the Palace Hotel. Read more
Nautical themed bar on the ground floor of The Pen, hearkening back to Shanghai's grand old days of ocean-based trade. Lots of woods, plush navy blue and purple, and privileged atmosphere. Read more
Also known by its English name "Morning Shanghai," this Shanghainese restaurant in the Historic Astor House hotel specializes in the cuisine of Shanghai and the greater Yangtze River Delta. Expect rich braised dishes like Dongpo pork, Shanghai-style smoked meats, and... Read more
Situated in Rockbund's YWCA building, La Societe is a posh Cantonese restaurant a chef, sommelier and GM from three-Michelin-starred Lung King Heen at the Hong Kong Four Seasons. These guys do high-class food with expensive ingredients—lobster noodles, abalone tarts,... Read more
Located inside the Shanghai Yacht Club on the South Bund, Marlin Bay serves a variety of Asian and Western staples for Shanghai's sea-faring set. The main draw is the riverfront views. Read more
Space by Three is a multi-function space available for events and can be catered by any of the establishments within Three on the Bund. Read more
This French language school and community hub hosts semi-regular film nights of classic and contemporary French cinema. For more info and programs, go to www.afshanghai.org. Read more
Within walking distance of Nanjing Road's 'Pedestrian Street', and close to the Pudong financial district, The Bund Hotel's a good choice for moreorless anyone. The rooms are a little basic for a 4 star, however the hotel more than compensates for its prime position. Read more
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