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Three on the Bund, Shanghai

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A super-modern concept boutique and dining pavilion, Three on the Bund hosts six restaurants and bars, an art gallery, a spa, and a number of top designer clothes brands. Founded by a Munich-based fashionable luggage and accessories designer, this elegant space for socializing gives you an opportunity to enjoy contemporary art and design combined with exquisite dining. A bar on the rooftop offers a sweeping view of the Bund and Shanghai's skyline. This chic spot provides a good view of modern Shanghai, popular with both locals and international visitors. Work out when and for how long to visit Three on the Bund and other Shanghai attractions using our handy Shanghai trip itinerary planner.
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TripAdvisor
  • An interesting place to go. Several good restaurants and rooftop bar. A little on the pricy side of things but good quality to match. The view from the rooftop bar is worth the price of a drink.  more »
  • We took the tour on our own and walked through this where you can see the new Shanghai buildings versus the old. We also took a river cruise at night and all of the buildings are lit up and just unbel...  more »
  • We would highly recommend this restaurant. It has spectacular views of the Shanghai skyline, an exquisite menu and exemplary service. We were made very welcome and nothing is too much trouble. Paul Es...  more »
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  • Great spot to sit on the patio for a view. Inside, the bar is kitschy and fun. Drinks are pricy cause you're paying for the view but it's worth it.
  • The best and greatest restaurant I ever experienced in Shanghai. Highly recommended.
  • Lots of nice restaurants in here
  • The Chinese food on its menu might not be your kind of thing if you are used to Malaysian Chinese dishes. While the wide variety of Chinese tea served here is simply amazing, be prepared to burn a hole in your wallet as a pot might cost your as much as a regular dish. Top notch and authentic brew to die for.
  • Awesome views of the city here.