The scenery at night has to be seen and the Bund is a must. The ornate classical and modern buildings take on a new and exciting look as they are lit up by an abundance of colored lights. Looking across the Huangpu River to the Oriental Pearl TV Tower and Jinmao Tower is a magical sight. A night-time Huangpu River cruise Yangtze River cruises presents a wonderful opportunity to appreciate the night life on the Bund. 30 or so boats carry tourists;These include deluxe boats, ancient dragon boats of Ming and Qing styles, boats of Shikumen style of old Shanghai, Pirate Boat, etc. The boat fare is CNY 68. Whatever kind of boat you take, the view to be seen here at night will be sure to live on in your memory for years to come.
ARK Live House is a music restaurant and music bar
Address: No. 15, north block of Xin Tian Di, No. 181, Taicang Road
Ven Ice is a coffee bar, located at Unit 1, No. 22, north block of Xin Tian Di, No. 181, Taicang Road
Shanghai's first bars were opened in Hengshan Road, and they remain more popular than those elsewhere. Close to Xujiahui Commercial Circle, Hengshan Road is situated in a convenient situation. Here there are Shanghai tour package bars in great numbers, side by side and in which you can take tea or coffee. A wide variety of bars ranging from the brash to more intimate and quiet abound to suit your every mood. Thus, Hengshan Road at night can be one of the most bustling places in th city.
Maoming South Road: An upwardly mobile bar street.
This is where the foreign guests like to stay. The old but noted bars like Judystoo are still popular with visitors. Newly-opened Babyface's business is booming. The Colors and Face clubs inside the Ruijin Hotel in the street add their own touch of splendor to this road.
Babyface is a lounge bar and often full of people as it is where young China tour people like to congregate.
Address: No. 180, Maoming South Road
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