The best night clubs and Nightlife in Shanghai

Shanghai Nightlife: nightclubs and bars are always booming, with meetings that open and close faster than night can turn into day. Shanghai has been called Eastern Paris, now they say it is New York from China. But it should be unique. Shanghai is one of the largest cities in the world with a lively entertainment scene. Elegant restaurants, quality cuisine, and a nightlife full of surprises. Shanghai has always had a healthy cultural scene, with cinemas that show foreign and Chinese films, and theaters with opera, dance, theater, acrobatics, and puppets. As a common understanding, Shanghai has the most colorful nightlife in China. But if you have ever participated, you can feel that it is probably the most colorful in the world!

The Barflies now have a choice of everything from glamorous art deco rooms to the most sleazy watering hole; Rock and live jazz can be heard until the wee hours of the morning and the dance club scene now employs DJs, foreigners, and locals, to keep the audience crazy. The city is fast-paced, full of young and old expatriates, and locals who love their nightlife, socialize and have fun. As the fastest growing city in the world, Shanghai is no stranger to world-class nightclubs and pubs, with a number of international party destinations throughout the city.

Shanghai has always enjoyed its status as an attractive entertainment venue, from its jazz clubs in the 19th century to its rooftop bars today. While a large amount of cash generally helps feed a night here, that doesn’t mean that an expensive night is the only type of night you can have. In fact, perhaps because of this, it has helped launch a flourishing underground scene, which has resulted in a series of impressive local DJs. Whatever type of night you are looking for, you will find it in Shanghai. The second most populous city in China, with more than 25 million citizens, it is safe to say that Shanghai serves a varied crowd. With a large number of migrants, businessmen, and travelers who flock to the city, life here is best lived on the fast track. This is revealing of its nightlife scene, with many new bars that replace old places or change brands as an even bigger and better experience. So, whether you want a gritty, clandestine affair, or a luxurious and opulent date, there are more than enough options to find something that meets the requirements.

The Top 10 clubs Nightlife in Shanghai

1. VUE Bar: the top two levels of the five-star hotel Hyatt on the Bund, the elegant VUE bar does exactly what it says on the can. The spacious rooftop bar on level 33 offers stunning views of the Huangpu River, along with a hot tub for relaxation and a resident DJ that creates a relaxed atmosphere. A wide selection of premium drinks and refined champagnes are on the menu, this is an elegant bar to show off, but that’s what gives it its popularity.

2. Monkey Champagne: Monkey Lounge and then received a facelift. This is a small bar and restaurant, which becomes a hip hop club after 10 pm. Warning: it can become claustrophobic. Cocktails in the bar are expensive, in the RMB 75 category, and are not the best, but the main reason to go here is hip hop dance music, which promises you a very fun night.

3. The Camel: If you are looking for a large, popular, and fun sports bar to watch a game or just have a few beers and hamburgers and fries, then The Camel will not disappoint you. With an Australian touch, they have more than multiple screens with all the main sports that are shown live. There are pool tables and table football for entertainment. 4 pm-8 pm is happy hour here. Your beer selection is impressive. Office hours: Monday to Friday from 11 a.m. at 2 a.m. Sat-Sun 10 am-2 am.

4. Hollywood: This is a popular place for the night party and it is usual to see long lines of expatriates dressed in parties that leave the entrance. This is more an after-party area, with late party animals that are filled to extend your happy party night with more drinks on a large dance floor.

Office hours: Wednesday, Friday to Saturday, 10 p. M. Thu 9 pm-04.00 am

5. Unico: Unico has become one of the most modern fashion clubs in the Bund with a Latin flavor. They have excellent cocktails, and they also have live bands, salsa nights and more: the music is excellent and this is the perfect place if you want to go to the group and dance all night. The cocktails are at RMB 75 and above. Office hours: Monday to Friday, from 6 p.m. at 2 a.m. Sat-Sun, 6 pm until late

6. Center: near The Shelter, in the same area of Yongfu Lu, is this new club that has quickly gained fans of house music fans. The indoor environment is perfect if your thing is electronic / house music. This place has a very cultured underground environment without looking like smoke or shadow. This occurred as a result of the closure of the Shiva Lounge due to residents’ complaints about noise. Office hours: every day; 10 pm to 5 am

7. The Shelter: If you are looking for underground dance music, this is the place. This is right next to The Apartment and is an underground club in a place that was actually an air raid shelter. It almost feels like part of a cult while you are here. With heavy bass hip hop, this is the place to relax with good rap music. If you’re lucky, you can see some international alternative music DJs in action. Oh, and the drinks are pretty cheap, but you can smoke inside. Office hours: Wednesday to Saturday, 9 p. M.

8. The Apartment: This place, also from Collective Concepts, is a very popular club, and you have not seen the nightlife of Shanghai if you have not been to The Apartment. Divided into two areas for hip-hop and house/pop music, this club tends to be very crowded on weekends, an ex-pat center. There is also a rooftop patio. If you want to eat here, it is also possible. Don’t miss out on tasty street food from the outside stall or a delicious hamburger from the mini burger after-party hours here. Office hours: Sunday to Thursday from 11 a.m. at 2 a.m. Fri-Sat 11 am-3 am

9. The Geisha: this place is from Collective Concepts, and it is a restaurant and club with 3 floors that offer different things. You can enjoy its Japanese restaurant, its club with a DJ, or its Sake or rooftop lounge. Their cocktail menu is unique. Keep in mind that they have a dress code, so there is no open footwear for men. Office hours: Monday. to sat. 5 pm-11pm; Sun 12 pm-11pm

10. M1NT: The most popular nightclubs in Shanghai, located on the 24th floor of the Nanjing Road East skyscraper. The strict door policy is largely based on its appearance, so dress elegantly and book in advance to reserve a table. The music is generic enough to adapt to a varied audience that expects to hear classic house, R&B, hip-hop, and classic remixes. The tables are scattered around the constantly filled dance floor, and its various event nights, such as “Model Night”, are a telltale sign of the aesthetics of this club. Everything here is very luxurious and the standard drinks are, as you can imagine.