Thai spa with shíkùmén (stone-gate house) interior offering facials, aromatherapy, hot-stone and Chinese massages (from Y620). You can...
This stupendous tower seizes the Shànghǎi zeitgeist with dramatic aplomb. Resembling a sci-fi corporation headquarters, the...
Shànghǎi Art Museum
This museum is located within the former British racecourse club building next to People’s Park. Refreshingly cool in summer, the...
Set back in People’s Park alongside a pond, Barbarossa is all about escapism. Forget Shànghǎi, this is Morocco reimagined by Hollywood...
Kathleen’s 5 is all about the location: it’s set on the roof of the gorgeous Shanghai Art Museum in a glass-encased dining area,...
Lonely Planet review
Shànghǎi’s second-oldest vegetarian restaurant (opened in 1922), Gōngdélín never fails to perplex Western vegetarians – close to everything on the menu is prepared to resemble meat! Don’t worry though, the beef with shacha sauce and the sesame chicken rolls are actually made of tofu, no matter how convincing they look.
The interior is a mix of stone and wood with Venetian blinds, honeycombed lamps and a couple of Buddhist statues thrown in for good fortune.