ready for shanghai – blog
paras coffee is located close to south shaanxi road station in a great space with mostly local crowd. sit upstairs on the bright and airy second floor.read more
a rather new addition to shanghai’s coffee scene is the small and cozy and coffee on middle wulumuqi road next to my butchery.read more
brut cake cafe in jing’an district is a warm and homey cafe decorated with items from brut cake furniture store by taiwanese designer nicole teng.read more
s.engine coffee is a newly opened spacious and mordern coffee shop in a restored shikumen building just next to xintiandi, spread over two floors.read more
sumerian coffee is a bright neighborhood cafe that been serving great coffee since 2012 and is also supplying other venues. their bagels are a must try.read more
seesaw coffee (yuyuan store) is located inside the jing’an design center with a large indoor courtyard. the friendly baristas are serving excellent coffee.read more
shanghai power station of art was established in 2012 as first state-run museum for contemporary art in china. it also hosts the shanghai biennale.read more
cafe dan is tucked away in a small alley in tianzifang and has an extensive selection of quality beans in a relaxing environment away from the bustle.read more
stylish fumi coffee on tree lined fumin road comes with modern interior by alberto caiola, good coffee and friendly folks. open 0800-2100.read more
the bund is an embarked waterfront along the bank of huangpu river in huangpu district on the puxi side, stretching from iconic century old waibaidu bridge in the north to yanan road in the south.
located north of the former old chinese town, the bund was the heart of the international settlement, its buildings mostly dating back to the twenties of last century. at that time home to trading houses and banks amongst others, the buildings are now mainly occupied by banks, high-end restaurants, hotels and luxury shops.