The two-layer, 1250 sq. meter stage is the first theater-style, multi-function indoor stadium in China. Acting also as a conference center, the venue can hold up to 10,000 attendees for performances and 12,000 people at sporting events. Read more
This place was set up by Australians as a friendly, no-nonsense dive but it was taken over by a Norwegian and his Chinese wife. The vibe remains the same, with pool, darts, sport on the TVs and MOR rock on the juke box. Its proximity to Jiaotong University pulls in... Read more
Wagas is a burgeoning chain of smoke-free chain that specializes in healthy foods including smoothies, big salads and wraps. The casual, order-at-the-counter atmosphere is complemented by simple but comfortable dÃ©cor (table/chairs and some lounge seating). Wireless. Read more
The Shanghai Botanical Gardens cover over 200 acres (81 hectares) and are home to a variety of flora and fauna including a collection of spectacular orchids. Tickets are 15rmb unless you're interested in the Bonsai Garden in which case you'll have to pay extra. Read more
Part of the Wagas group, the Bistro is on a higher end in comparison. Read more
One of the orginal and best Vietnamese restaurants in Shanghai, serving all the Vietnamese favourites including a good selection of pho. Read more
The Uncle is known for its lively local atmosphere, traditional Chinese fare and a whole lot of it. Simple, dark red decor and large round tables cater to big group dinners. Spare ribs are an absolute must have. Read more
Keven Cafe is an institution, for better or worse. Think of it as a diner, with attendant surly waitresses and occasionally bumbling kitchen, and it goes down easier. The menu takes hotel room-service for its please-everyone inspiration. Read more
Cate La Maid is a waffle-and-tea-and-coffee shop with waitresses dressed up as French maids, catering to nerds from a hidden location on the fourth floor of an electronics mall. Read more
Located at the epicenter of Xujiahui (and its namesake metro stop), Grand Gateway hosts shopping malls including luxury brands, restaurants, a movie theatre and office tower. Read more
Located in the Xujiahui business district, the Hua Ting Hotel & Towers is in great location for people needing quick and easy access to the industrial zones in the West of Shanghai. However, if you are after more from your hotel than just good logistics then you may... Read more
Xiao Fei Yang, the "Little Fat Sheep", is a hot pot chain ubiquitous across across China. Cheap, cheerful, and bustling hot pot restaurants with cheap, clean ingredients, a generally good service staff, and the "hot and loud" atmosphere Chinese people love. Take a... Read more
A two floored restaurant with a diverse menu of Cantonese, Singaporean, and Malaysian cuisine. Read more
California-based fast food burger joint known for it's Western Bacon Cheeseburger. Read more
Saizeriya is a Japanese approximation of a family-style Italian restaurant, with thousands of outlets in Japan. They do simple Italo stuff at rock-bottom prices. It's the cheapest "Western" food in China -- 10rmb pastas, 6rmb glasses of wine -- and you get what you... Read more
Formerly a high-end tempura institution, Karaku has since had a conceptual makeover and is now a kaiseki restaurant serving multi-course prix-fixe menus. Read more
Chinese-Thai hybrid restaurant with reasonable prices Read more
Spicy Joint is ridiculously popular for their cheap, cheap, cheap stylized Sichuan food, in a young & fashionable environment. The waits for a table are notorious. Read more
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