Living in the magic city Shanghai, you will experience two different worlds in the daytime and at night. During the daytime, Shanghai is a busy city, people do their own things, but when the night curtain falls, Shanghai will turn into another appearance, people come out and begin to enjoy the wonderful nightlife. If you have no idea of what to do or where to go in Shanghai at night, never mind, Happyblog will give you the suggestions.
1. Where to eat in Shanghai?
Before you start your amazing nightlife, you’d better fill your stomach. In Shanghai, restaurants can be found almost everywhere, but we’d like to recommend you three great ones.
1.1 O delice! 欧膳
The O delice! in Hongmei Road is known for its delicious Crêpe. The French style café has attracted many foreign customers with its appealing desserts. The coffee here is pure and aromatic. Prices are reasonable charged. Most recommended dishes here are Crêpe, Waffle, Pasta and sandwich.
Address: 3219 Hongmei Road, Minhang District
The Patachon Café North Shaanxi North Road branch is situated in an art district. Run by a Frenchman, the French café serves a varied selection of coffee and tea along with European dishes including pizzas, salads, cheese and meat boards and pasta. It turns into a classy wine bar in the evenings with a good choice of vintages. The happy hour starting from 6pm to 9pm is when you can get a great deal. You can get any two drinks with only RMB68. There are many options, such as martini, wine, beer and others.
Address: 600-10 Shaanxi North Road, near Xinzha Road, Jingan District
Housing 10 seats and 4 private rooms, the Sho-u To Japanese Restaurant situated on the second floor of the Sunrise over the Bund is run by head Chef Hirobe Hiroyuki, an inheritor of traditional craftsmanship of Japanese Cuisine from the Ginza district of Tokyo. With excellent techniques, Chef Hirobe brings out the full flavors of his dishes to satisfy the taste buds of his customers. Most recommended dishes here are Sushi,Sashimi, Dessert, Monkfish liver and Beef.
Address: 2/F, Sunrise Over the Bund, 168 Gaoyang Road., Hongkou District
Tel:5558-9999 ext. 6718 电话：5558-9999 转 6718
2. Where to go sightseeing in Shanghai?
After finishing your dinner, it’s a good choice to take a walk, so, why not go sightseeing. The beautiful Shanghai night scene will make you drunk. There are several places you should not miss.
2.1 Nanjing Road Pedestrian Street 南京路步行街
Nanjing Road is one of the most well-known business area in Shanghai and enjoy the reputation of ” First Street of Chinese Business”. It was also the most busy business street in Asian-Pacific region before 1949. A variety of commodities on the Nanjing Road will dazzle you.
Address: 299 Nanjing East Road
2.2 The Bund 外滩
The Bund, also known as Zhongshan East First Road, is located on the bank of Huangpu River in Huangpu District. It is the scene line of Shanghai and the must-see spot in Shanghai. It will be an enjoyable thing to view the beautiful scene on the Huangpu River with breeze.
Address: 351 Zhongshan East First Road
2.3 The Oriental Pearl Tower 东方明珠塔
The Oriental Pearl Tower is located in Lujiazui of Huangpu District , adjacent to the Huangpu River. It is 468 meters high, designed by Jiang Chenghuan. You cannot image the splendid scene overlooking from the top of this tower until you see that on you own.
Address: 1 Century Avenue, Pudong District
Tel: 021-58791888 电话：021-58791888
3. Where to drink in Shanghai?
Finding a bar or club to have a drink after your sightseeing can be relaxing. Here will be several popular bars in Shanghai.
Manhattan Bar has been opened for a long time in Shanghai. When the street was rectified, the bar moved up from Tongren Road to Nanyang Road. However, it remains popular with the type of crowd. Pictures and calling careds are filled with the wall. Though drinks are a little pricy, the place is still interesting enough for you to visit and relax your body. It’s very popular among foreign men and friendly Filipino, Thai and Vietnamese girls. Basically, it’s the place, as the favorite place, where foreigners will go when they visit Shanghai at every turn. The Chinese, however, would be found hardly.
Address: 154 Nanyang Road, Jingan District
Tel: 6247-6656 电话：6247-6656
Directly in the neighborhood of sasha`s you will find zapata`s. They even share the garden. Often named as “the best place for a date in town”, this club is most popular for young “expats” from all over the world. Most famous is the lady’s night on wednesday with a lot of very sexy girls. Zzapata’s is also a famous pickup place, but you should know, a lot of the sexy girls there will be very interested in going home with you, but most time not for “free”.
Address: 5 Hengshan Road near Dongping Road, Xuhui District
Tel: 021-64334104 电话：021-64334104
Judy`s Bar and Club in Shanghai moved from the bar-hot-spot in the Tong Ren Road to a new place nearby. It is getting more and more similar to the Manhattan Club, so you can also find a lot of attractive Hookers there. Most of the girls here are from Vietnam, but it is the only place where you also can find some black working girls here in the city (most time you will find them on the left end of the Bar). The Club is also very famous for some 3-leged hookers, so if you don`t like that, better be a little bit carefull with picking up. But Judy’s is also a great place for pool, enjoying drink and listening to the music. They have 5 sexy Gogo Dancers who will show up from time to time.
Address: 142-146 Tongren Road, Jingan District
Tel: 021-62893715 电话：021-62893715
4. Where to get a massage?
If you feel tired after the sightseeing, you can relax your body by doing a massage. In Shanghai, the following massage place are well received. For more massage places’ information, you can search on the happymassage.
Shanghai Hotel is on the street behind the Hilton. The environment of the Massage club on the second floor is really very nice. You just walk up to the desk and they know what you want. They can provide 650 RMB full service for about 90 minutes. Like YuPIng and others, first to the locker room, undress, shower, if you want a body scrub… then upstairs to the foot massage room. They ask you if you want something to drink or foot massage, you can just tell the massage girl to give you.
Address: At the Second Floor of Shanghai Hotel,No.505 Wulumuqi North Road, Jingan District
Tel: 13764151520 电话：13764151520
The Everlasting Spa located in Lujiazui West Road is close to the Oriental Pearl. Featuring warm environment, tasteful decorations and professional therapists, the skin care center provides a full range of spa services, including hot stone therapy, reflexology, sauna, shiatsu as well as couple massage. per capital consumption is about 300RMB.
Address: 706AB, 7F, Zhengda Plaza, No.168 Lujiazui West Road, Pudong District
Tel: 021-50471336 电话： 021-50471336
This is a ubiquitous traditional Chinese massage chain that largely caters to local clientele. It offers cupping, ear candling and scrapping as well as therapeutic massage. The massage is rooted in the profound traditional Chinese culture, is to relieve stress, health care, an excellent choice. Kang Chun Hall will allow people to enjoy a healthy massage, and strive to promote health and harmony of all mankind by carrying forward the quintessence of life “as a corporate vision. This is really a good place for a cheap massage that really breaks down your muscles, If you are staying near the Bund or Nanjing Road. For the the set of 60 mins foot massage and 90 mins body massage for less than RMB600 (USD100) really worth it.
Address: No.84, Ziyun West Road, Changning District
Tel: 021-6229 5328 电话：021-6229 5328
5. Where to find a KTV?
If you want to have fun with some friends, Happyblog will recommend you some great KTVs to you here.
Hua Du Japanese KTV is located in the center area of Shanghai, Xuhui District. It is close to Hengshan Road and near the Shanghai Gymnasium. Hua Du Japanese KTV is a large-scale Japanese club which is comprehensive with dining, entertainment, KTV and Bar. Near Hua Du, there are various Japanese, Chinese and Italian restaurants and foot massage parlors. Besides, Hua Du Japanese KTV is the unique Box-type KTV club in the Japanese Village No.1 which is the first and best choice for successful men.
Address: Inside the Japanese Village No.1, 98 Pu Huitang Road, Xuhui District
Tel: 021-64383118 电话：021-64383118
Conveniently located in Super Brand Mall, HAOLEDI is a lovely and comfortable KTV come from Taiwan. With beautiful and cute decorative style, HAOLEDI has been more and more popular among young people. Different room sizes are available for customers to choose freely with affordable prices. Room facilities includes wireless microphone, touch screen, updated song lists, etc. Good sound effects make customers fully enjoy themselves.
Address: 05 F8, Super Brand Mall, 168 Lujiazui West Road, Pudong
Tel: 021-63115858 电话：021-63115858
5.3 DJ KTV 迪街量贩式KTV
DJ KTV is one of various KTVs in Shanghai. For cost performance, DJ KTV is definitely one of the best KTVs in Shanghai. Decoration is delicate and comfortable; prices of different rooms are all affordable. Supermarket inside the KTV sells a lot of food with higher prices. Customers can buy some snacks to the room if they don’t want to order things in the KTV. DJ KTV is really a good place for you to have an easy and recreational moment.
Address: F4-5, 51 Life Square, 967 Hu’nan Road, Pudong District
Tel: 021-6868 3377 电话：021-6868 3377