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10 KOL-Famous Places in Shanghai You Must Visit

10 KOL-Famous Places in Shanghai You Must Visit

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Mar 23, 20215,6018

Looking for the hottest places to visit in Shanghai? 🙌Want to find where all the cool kids go to take selfies and be seen? Here we're recommending Shanghai's top-10 internet-famous check-in spots.💕

Table of Contents

1.Liquid Laundry: A famous 📸 American-style restaurant in Shanghai
2.Tsutaya Books 📚 A Japanese Icon in Shanghai
3.Single Person: Shanghai's Cave-like Gallery ( A famous furniture shop)👏
4.The Giant Angora Rabbit Experience Center💘
5.Marienbad Café: Enjoy a Cozy Afternoon✌️
6.Fudan Secondhand Books: A Great Place for Readers💖
7.Duoyun Books Flagship Store in Shanghai📚“世纪朵云”
8.Don't Miss These Shanghai Delicacies😜
9.Calling All Shanghai Bookworms
10.Shanghai's Most Distinctive Coffee Shops

These are the places that will set your followers abuzz. We're talking delicious foods, trendy bookshops, iconic designs, and more. Hop onto Trip Moments and look for ShanghaiChic. Give a like and a follow so you don't miss out on all the trendy places to come. Take a look!✌️✌️

1.Liquid Laundry: A famous 📸 American-style restaurant in Shanghai

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🗓️ Today's recommendation is Liquid Laundry: A famous 📸 American-style restaurant in Shanghai The interior has a sort of modern industrial design with a steampunk style. The day’s sunshine 🌤️ was the perfect complement to a delicious brunch. Here are some must-try dishes: 🍳 Eggs Benedict with Smoked Beef Brisket -- This is a Liquid Laundry signature dish and a staple of American brunch. The brisket was tender and moist with just the right amount of flavor. This dish is only available on the weekend. 🥞 Lox Potato Pancake -- At first you might wonder if they forgot the pancake, which comes hidden under a sizable portion of delicious lox topped with pickle garnish, an egg, and dollop of caviar. The potato pancake struck the right balance between crunchy outside and tender inside. This dish is also only available on the weekend. 🥗 Fancy Nicoise Salad -- The salad is a mix of greens and other vegetables and served with seared tuna in a lemon tarragon-Dijon dressing. Personally the searing on the tuna was a bit overdone. The taste is refreshing, but watch out if you don’t like a lot of dressing. 🍓 Strawberry Waffle -- Another Liquid Laundry signature dish, this was a sweet sweet ending to a good meal. The waffle was crisp and tender, and the strawberries were fresh. It’s a good choice for dessert. 🍸 Service -- The menu design is rather iconic with an old-timey washboard on the back. The wait staff were spread a bit thin though, and it was sometimes hard to get their attention for refills on drinks or to order more food. 💳Price -- About 150 RMB per person. 📍 Address -- 2/F, KWah Centre, 1028 Huaihai Zhong Lu, near Donghu Lu, Xuhui District (淮海中路1028号嘉华坊2楼, 近东湖路) 🚇 Transportation -- Metro Line 7 to Changshu Road Station, exit 6. Or Line 12 to Shanxi South Road Station, exit 7. #shanghaistyle #shanghaichic #foodieheaven #deliciousfood #lightthecity #urbanexplorer

2.Tsutaya Books 📚 A Japanese Icon in Shanghai

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Post by @ShanghaiChic

The first branch of its kind to open in Shanghai, Tsutaya Books 📚 can be found in Columbia Circle in a villa that used to be the residence of Sun Yat Sen’s son. The store has been open for a just couple of months but has already taken Chinese social media by storm. A number of unique books can be found in Tsutaya - many of which we haven’t really found at other bookstores. Among them, there’s a particularly large selection of books related to art, as well as architecture and design. There’s also a small section of books in English. The store’s interior is characterized by narrow hallways and old fashioned woodwork, offering a contrast to many of Shanghai's newly opened, ultramodern stores. It’s worth a visit even if to just check out the architecture. Sculptures and other pieces of art can be found scattered among the shelves and shelves of books. A café can be found on the first floor just as you walk in. On the second floor, you’ll find a restaurant with Japanese-American style fusion cuisine. Try out dishes like gyoza hot wings , beer steamed mussels, and cheese ebi chili. Cocktails with literature-inspired names are also on the menu, like Between Calmness and Passion and Theory of Relativity. A meal with drinks will average out at around CNY300 per person. In all of its splendor, this bookstore is quite popular among locals looking for the next insta-worthy shot. For this reason, you’ll have to make a reservation in advance on the store’s WeChat mini program if you want to visit. 📍 Location: Columbia Circle, 1262 West Yan’an Road ⏰ Hours: 10:00–23:00 #shanghaistyle #shanghaichic #bookstore #bookshop  #lightthecity#urbanexplorer#hipsterbookstore

3.Single Person: Shanghai's Cave-like Gallery ( A famous furniture shop)👏

4.The Giant Angora Rabbit Experience Center💘

5.Marienbad Café: Enjoy a Cozy Afternoon✌️

6.Fudan Secondhand Books: A Great Place for Readers💖

7.Duoyun Books Flagship Store in Shanghai📚“世纪朵云”

Shanghai

Post by @ShanghaiChic

Duoyun Books 📚 is a fairly new hotspot located in the tallest building in the city, the Shanghai Tower. With floor-to-ceiling windows, you’ll be able to browse through over a collection over 60,000 books and catch views of the Huangpu River skyline. When you get there, enter the Shanghai Tower from entrance 2 on the first floor. Show your online reservation code, and the attendant will escort you to the 52nd floor where you’ll enter the bookstore. The store itself is separated into two sections, each with a distinct design and atmosphere. With natural light coming in from the huge windows, the white section feels airy and bright, fitted with arched shelves and stacks of books. Further inside is the cave-like black section, where you’ll find art displays and a selection of gifts among the books. If you’re lucky enough to visit on a day with nice weather, be sure to try and snag a window seat – the views are pretty amazing. The bookstore has a café where one drink will set you back around 30 to 40 RMB. It tends to get pretty full on the weekends, so we recommend going during the week if you’re looking for a more peaceful, quiet bookstore experience. Location: Level 52 of the Shanghai Tower, 501 Middle Yincheng Road Hours: Mon–Sun, 10:00–21:00 Tip: Be sure to make a reservation in advance on the “世纪朵云” WeChat official page. Be prepared for weekend crowds. #shanghaistyle #shanghaichic #bookstore #book #lightthecity#urbanexplorer#hipsterbookstore

8.Don't Miss These Shanghai Delicacies😜

9.Calling All Shanghai Bookworms

10.Shanghai's Most Distinctive Coffee Shops

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