Kai Xuan Men Dasha is an unassuming four-storey mall on the far side of Jing'an district near Suzhou Creek. The mall is four floors: the first three floors are a collection of small stores selling secret blends of herbs and spices. They have everything from what you... Read more
This is one of the malls in Qipu Lu but it only carries imported clothes from Korea. Prices are a bit higher and everything's more organized than in some of the other buildings. On the top floor, they also have some kind of Korean museum. Read more
This shop/museum is a popular quick stop for visiting shopaholics looking for a tutorial on China's favorite fabric: silk. Watch as it goes from cocoon to duvet and then buy away. Read more
AGS Four Winds offers relocation services including moving logistics, international removals, packing and short and long-term storage. It is an international company that operates worldwide. Multiple language services available. Read more
CHAI Living Gallery showcases a collection of contemporary Chinese art, antiques and modern furniture, rare objects, home accessories and books on Chinese culture. Read more
Chai Lounge is an all-day dining outlet for the Chai Living residence. The menu aspires to be trendy gourmet style food with Spanish and Mediterranean influences -- think roasted pepper and brie sandwiches, cheese and charcuterie plates, and tapas-style plates. Read more
An offshoot of Studio Rouge's long-standing Fuzhou Lu space, this second gallery opened up in September 2006 over at the Moganshan Lu arts hub. Smaller than it's Bund-side brother, exhibitions here feature both foreign and local artists, with shows often straddling... Read more
Perched in one of Shanghai's slummier areas is the six-floor brick structure of gallery spaces, cafes and restaurant that is Creek Art. With a new space dedicated solely to prints and their weekly Sunday brunch Creek Art has a brighter future than its longtang... Read more
Chai Living is a boutique residence or Service apartment for short and long term stay in a 1932 Art Deco Building. Read more about Chai Living on SmartShanghai's sister site CreativeHunt.com
Suzhou Creek has a couple of glass-encased boats that travel a stretch of the waterway from this dock in north Jing'an to the Danba Lu docks in Putuo. At the time of opening (May 2012), tickets from here cost 80rmb for a one-way trip or 130rmb for a round trip (which... Read more
Established in 2004, Vanguard Gallery on Moganshan Lu supports emerging contemporary artists from Asia, with exhibitions incorporating painting, sculpture, video, photography and performance art. Read more
This is one of two live music spaces inside a huge cultural development set up by the government by Suzhou Creek. The whole place contains dance studios, recording studios, one large live space with room for about 1200 people and a smaller place with room for about... Read more
The only chain dedicated to handcrafted Belgium chocolate in Shanghai. Read more
Established in 2006, OV Gallery shows a regularly rotating program of exhibitions, often targeting issues surrounding contemporary China. Working with both Chinese and foreign artists, the gallery also runs workshops, curatorial tours and talks. Read more
HKU Shanghai Study Center hosts architecture exchange students from the institution's main campus in Hong Kong. They also boast an impressive public program of regular lectures and exhibitions, all taking place in the downstairs gallery space, and largely free of... Read more
50 Moganshan Lu, better known as M50, is Shanghai's most famous "gallery district," home to over 50 gallery spaces in Shanghai, and offers a cross-section of emerging Shanghainese and Chinese artists, working in a wide range of styles and mediums. Great for a day's... Read more
The 3 story market is one of the best places in town to buy glasses - custom made glasses are still one of the few products that's much cheaper in Shanghai than back home. Over a hundred shops sell glasses, sunglasses (prescription and non-prescription) and contacts... Read more
This is the third venue from Shanghai's celebrity beer mart owner, The Beer Lady. This one's even bigger, stocks the expected thousands of beer types, and, interestingly, also features a separate area intended for sit down meals. Read more
Formerly the QSW Culture Center, the Bandai Namco Dream Hall is a huge live music venue with one of the best sound systems in Shanghai. It contains two separate venues. Q.Hall is the larger, and has room for 1500 people on two levels, or 600 people at a seated... Read more
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