Where To Go Shanghai

Restaurants & Bars


Walking here, permeated with the amorous feelings of old Shanghai, feels like plunging into a time tunnel. The two train compartments which were personal train compartments of Soong Ching-ling and Empress Dowager Cixi, together with the cathedral-style hall from the last century, are all treasures. Today it has been transformed into a nostalgic restaurant. 11:00-14:00, 17:00-22:00

Ye Olde Station Restaurant
201 Caoxi Rd.(N),
Shanghai Phone: +86-21-6427-2233


Mercato is a new coastal Italian restaurant from celebrated three Michelin star Chef Jean-Georges Vongerichten and Three on the Bund. The gorgeous space created by Neri&Hu, bridges the organic and natural with elegance and emotive modernity. The relaxed sophistication, addictive cuisine, and friendly, thoroughly unpretentious service paints a picture of Italian life as it should be experienced in its purest form. Open for Dinner: 5:30pm – 11:00pm

3 Zhongshan No.1Rd. (E),
Three on the Bund, Level 6,
Shanghai Phone: +86 021-63219922


An elegant, comfortable and stylish fashion bar located on the top two levels of the hotel, commanding the breath-taking views of both sides of the Huangpu River – the Bund on the Puxi side and the colourful skyline of the Lujiazui area on the Pudong side. An extensive variety of premium beverages and a comprehensive selection of refined champagnes are on the menu. There is an open-air terrace featuring daybed seating as well as an enticing whirlpool bath to soak your cares away. 5:30pm – 1:30am (Sunday – Wednesday) 5:30pm – 2:30am (Thursday – Saturday and Public Holidays)

VUE bar
Level 32- 33, West Tower,
Shanghai Phone: + 86 21 6393 1234 * 6348 https://shanghaithebund.hyatt.com/en/hotel/dining/VueBar.html



For an amazing shopping experience in the SITRZ (international retail zone), Shanghai Village is home to over 100 international lifestyle and fashion boutiques, where guests can enjoy savings of up to 80% all year round. Shanghai Village is composed of three sweeping crescents facing an elegant lakeside setting. Its tree-lined streets reveal contemporary expressions of Art Deco architecture inspired by 1920’s New York, Paris, Milan, Vienna and Shanghai. Opening hours: 10:00-20:00 (Mon – Fri); 09:00-21:00 (Sat – Sun); 09:00 – 21:00 (Holidays)

Shanghai Village
88 Shendi East Road,
Pudong New Area, Shanghai
http://www.yioulai.com Sight-seeing


A Shanghai home of Mao Zedong, where China’s former leader spent his longest time in the city, attracted nearly 200 visitors within two hours when the building reopened to the public after a two-year renovation. Traditional shikumen elements were restored, including wood shutters and carved stone lintels. The interior layout has been upgraded, adding new exhibits including copies of Mao’s correspondence, the sofa that he sat in during his visit to the former Shanghai Electrical Machinery Factory in 1961, and a set of Mao suits that he sent to his security guard Gao Zhi. Opening hours: 9 to 11:30am, and 1 to 4:30pm, every day from Tuesday through Sunday, free of charge

Shanghai Home of Mao Zedong
Jing’an, Maoming N Rd.,
Shanghai Phone: (021) 62723656