<h3>Family Activities in Shanghai - Bowling</h3>
Bowling took off among Shanghainese in the 1990s and remains a popular pastime. As it has been embraced by the masses, this is an affordable diversion for anyone looking for a change from the shopping and dining scene. Bowling halls are found in dedicated centers as well as in a few hotels.<br /><br />
<h3>Golf in China – Shanghai Golf</h3>
While outdoor activities aren't Shanghai's strong suit, golfing has been a longtime favorite activity with affluent locals and is a viable option for visitors during summer months. Sheshan International Golf Club has hosted the likes of Tiger Woods and other golf legends. There are several other world-class courses with relatively high green fees.<br /><br />
<h3>Shanghai Chinese opera</h3>
Shanghai may not have a burgeoning traditional arts scene, but there a few venues where visitors can take in Chinese opera. The two most popular venues are in Huangpu (Yifu Theatre, phone: +86 21 6351 4668) and the French Concession (Kunju Opera Troupe, phone: +86 21 6437 1012).