Best Rainy Day Activities In Shanghai

Best Rainy Day Activities In Shanghai

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Rain won't dampen a trip to Shanghai. You'll find plenty of things to do indoors at these places on a rainy day.

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    My all-time favorite place in Shanghai! Lovely people, great music, what else do you want? Go there now, they got Carlton J. Smith back in there. Without a doubt, the best showman in the city! -- Ellen Petit via Foursquare
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    Inside, it’s like a Parisian bar from the 1950s: a cluster of small round tables spilling out from a low stage, with a long bar at the back and a gallery up top. There’s live music here every night. -- CNN via Foursquare
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    You’ll get the biggest ’20s and ‘30s Art Deco fix here; from the wrought iron railings to the up-lit stuccos, lashings of Italian marble and the signature font on the public signs. Tickets: 40-60RMB. -- Time Out Shanghai via Foursquare
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    Muito bacana! Museu gratuito. Se você tem pouco tempo ou não curte museu visite pelo menos o segundo andar onde estão as porcelanas (algumas de 1000 anos A. C.) e o quarto andar dos trajes típicos. -- Juliana Barbosa via Foursquare
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    The place I went to, in the park, only had 2 artists on display. I enjoyed their work, but most people seemed to be there for the rooftop patio. Did I miss a whole wing or something? -- Erika Beatty via Foursquare
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    Make sure to dress warm in the winter. They are stingy on the heat. And no need buying top price tic. All seats are good. -- Kris Crox via Foursquare
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    Not easy to find, but worth it! It's in the basement of building B, in the President Mansion apartment complex. Beautifully curated with many pieces for sale. Allow an hour or less to look around. -- Heather Rose-Chase via Foursquare
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    The leading venue during the Shanghai International Film Festival, this modern cinema complex with five spacious theaters features Hollywood releases on the big screen. -- Paul™ [K|J] via Foursquare
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    Designed by French architect Jean-Marie Chapantier, my favorite. Modern acoustic design. -- Nagisa Ikeda via Foursquare
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    The site of old Chinatown club, this place is a great small theater. Minimum credit card charge is 1000 CNY, and there's a 10% fee, so bring cash. -- Anatoly Bourov via Foursquare
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    The Café du Dragon nearby has a decent range of drinks, food and snacks, a comfortable vibe, and a whole bookcase of art books to check out. -- Tom Harle via Foursquare
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    雨屋很有趣,但是只有10分钟。出来还可以继续看其他的展览 -- Garrick Gui via Foursquare
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