Things to do in Shanghai on a Tuesday
China and, in particular, Shanghai have become more popular amongst artists and those in Contemporary Art work. For those lucky people residing in Shanghai, take advantage of the Rockbund Art Museum’s exhibition RAM HIGHLIGHT, which sees different contemporary art and cultural fields by a special project to invest in the museum for 8-15days. RAM HIGHLIGHT will celebrate the beautiful summertime in Shanghai and the upcoming art program at the museum.
(Rockbund Art Museum 20 Huqiu Lu, near Beijing Dong Lu 虎丘路20号， 近北京东路)
Want to try something different? Rush for the Oyster rush at Husk in Jing’an. They’re offering six Irish oysters for only 88 RMB all day, ideal for a midday lunch or somewhere different to take your friends after work.
(Husk, 218 Fengxian Lu, near Nanhui Lu 奉贤路218号, 近南汇路)
Located on the infamous Dong Hu Lu, famous for its strip of bars and restaurantsl is a personal favourite of mine, Bonobo. It is the new restaurant in front of Monkey Champagne Club with a huge mural of King Kong inside (keeping with the monkey theme). The menu is Asian fusion tapas. You can get barbecued skewers and Taiwanese snacks with western influences just like Asian slaw (48 RMB) or the whole fried snapper (188RMB).
(38 Donghu Lu, near Xinle Lu, Xuhui district, 徐汇区东湖路38号, 近新乐路)
If your Tuesday was a little bit more stressful than your Monday and you have the urge to do something different in the big city then check out The Shanghai Comedy Club’s Comedy Open Mic night. You can brave the stage and show everyone what you have to offer (and get a free beer if you do try) or sit back, relax and have a enjoy an evening full of laughs. There is no entry fee and it starts at 8:30pm, perfect for an after dinner entertainment.
(393 Weihai Lu, near Shimen Yi Lu 威海路393号, 近石门一路)
Tuesday done in Shanghai…
And That’s it!