Take a stroll around this area... You can find interesting art centre, small little souvenir shops, cafes and bar :)
I Love Shanghai Lounge off lane 248 second lane on the right at the end.
A very interesting place to visit in Shanghai rich with multi-culture outlets. A place that u won'want to missed in Shanghai.
The atmosphere is wonderful, so nice place with beautiful narrow streets and a lot of shops and cafes. Must be visited! 👌
Best way to get away from the local tourists and paparazzi is to find I Love Shanghai Lounge.
Beware of beggars dressed in monkey suit!! He will try to get you to take photos of him and then ask you for money. If you don't give him money he will scold you and try to take your phone!!
Marvelous cozy district with its atmosphere
I got lost lol but great lovely place! So many bars
Small typical streets in the former french concession where you can have a beer, frozen Yogurt or strange candies.
Small typical streets in the former french concession where you have a beer, frozen Yogurt or strange candies.
Nice place for food or coffee, but you should perhaps consider avoiding weekends, it can get a bit crowded.
Great shopping spot! Local old building commercialized, more attractive for tourists. Can find a lot small to big souvenir for your friend and family. Snack, beer, dining are available👍🏻👍🏻👍🏻👍🏻
You can see here Turkish ice cream. It is very interesting and nice area. Especially you can sit and drink STH at bar or café in this area
Quaint little neighborhood full of the cutest cafes. I recommend the bean curd stand where you can get savory or dessert flavored soups for 20 rmb each
Despite becoming more and more touristy over the years, if you go on an off - day early afternoon you can still find some elbow room and plenty of charm.
Great place to wander around and shop
Cute stuffs like brick-a-brack, contemporary home decor, tea in cute tins...
It's a great place to take your visitors too, just avoid it like the plague on weekends. Way too many people for comfortably walking around.
Cute place with amusing shops. Passed by a restaurant called "modern toilet" where you can literally eat on the can. LoL
Nice little alley... Touristy for sure but still has some cafes with attitude!
Lots of bars, galleries and shops for any things.
I dont know why we are here again at weekend…😒
Shops keeps changing every 6 months..don't quite see the orginality anymore
Nice place relaxing
Evrything you wish to buy...
Its touristy but its nice for a visit.
Cosy neighbourhood with shop stalls & bars/restaurant quite pricy and touristic but nice
Definitely must visit if you are in Shanghai. Loved spending time here and waking around in those small streets.
A must see when you are in Shanghai. Really touristy but it worth the visit ! Walk through charming alleys and have a drink there.
My #1 favourite touristy spot in Shanghai. Keep in mind that everything is over priced here. Lots of interesting shops, small galleries, and restaurants.
Touristy but worth a visit just to experience the small alleyways and maze like shops.
Day and night have different impression.
Very Busy at weekends
Touristy, but definitely worth a visit. Don't be afraid to haggle a bit—it's pretty easy to knock 30-40% off whatever they are asking.
Place became too crowdly and touristy...not so pleasant to walk during weekend
Check out the food market and wander around on a Saturday morning. Find a brunch spot and watch the world go by.
Casa Pagoda stores on Taikang road are worth visiting! Stylish home furnishings and accessories, a unique eclectic concept.
Certainly a place to see in Shanghai! The photo galleries are the ones I liked most
Definitely the place to go experience the old shanghai for the tourist while getting a few good drinks!
look for taithai, a great Thai restaurant inside
Never want to be here anymore. Place for pure tourists.
Pls dont forget to visit no 26 shop
Beautiful to hang around have some wine and do some shopping
The neighborhood, filled with restored lane houses, cafés, and old-timers hanging out, is great for anyone interested in getting a taste of real Shanghai.
If you're looking for a more decent washroom, go across the street to the mall or museum (a bit more West) - though you'll need your own toilet paper and soap/sanitizer!
Most of it is a tourist trap but there are some decent restaurants and nice art if you look around enough.
they download some pictures from the internet. Then print it out and sell it to you at a price of 2000 kwai！ id rather put an knife on u and rob u！ dont buy no shit！ just hang around