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- Really cool spot not too far from the Bund. Cheap shopping and cheap street eats too. Great place to get souveniers.Written 25 December 2018This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of TripAdvisor LLC.
- We took the metro to Qibao station and walked about 10 mins to this ancient water town. Entrance was free and the alleys beside the river was congested with people. Very touristy with lots of shops and people.Written 6 April 2020This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of TripAdvisor LLC.
- Went to watch the Rolex Shanghai Masters
The various descriptions are needlessly complex. Getting there is remarkable easy:
1. Take the metro to the end of line 5 to Xinzhuang station. 4RMB singel journey
2. Take the south exit and walk across the overpass tunnel to the exit.
3. down the stairs/escalator to the left is a marked bus stop with buses departing every few minutes from mid to late morning. 2RMB single journey; takes about 45mins
The stadium is clean and modern with great views from all seats. Best advice: Get seats in the VIP boxes, they're well worth it as you are pretty much courtside!!
Tips: food on offer is poor and overpriced, but that is standard for all venues like this.
1. If you depart before 10pm, you can take the same bus back to Xinzhuang metro station for 2RMB.
2. If you leave after 10pm, you will get another bus back to Caoxi transport hub for 10RMB. This is close to the Shanghai Indoor Stadium Metro station.
Other transport option: taxi for about 100-150 RMB each way.Written 27 October 2019This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of TripAdvisor LLC.
- I am a shopper - I love new things and enjoy a mix of local and international shopping experiences. This mall was close to my hotel so you can pop in quickly and in less than 30 minutes you will have seen everything. I was looking for something to take back to the office and perhaps a gift- I bought sticky tape! I was disappointed with this mall. You can eat anything so if you are staying close by and want to stretch your legs in a nice air conditioned venue and grab some food - plenty to choose from it is great.Written 30 September 2019This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of TripAdvisor LLC.
- Because it's old, the crowds stay away. There is no line up for any ride and you can get around pretty quick. The tickets are cheap - 130rmb for adults and 60 for kids. But... Beware! Not all rides are included. Also, because of an accident a few weeks back, the boomerang roller coaster was still closed.Written 30 September 2019This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of TripAdvisor LLC.
- Have plenty of badminton courts which I was looking for and yes there are many clubs where you can join to play. Great place.Written 19 September 2016This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of TripAdvisor LLC.
- This is a great place to refresh on a summer day with your kids. The attractions range from baby pools and water games to massive wave pool and fast slides for adults. The river is my favourite ride although parts of it are a bit scary for smaller children.
As for the complains in some of the previous posts:
- yes, the park is a bit expensive and a bit crowder, but just avoid weekends and you'll have plenty of space to have some great fun. After all, most places in Shanghai are crowded on weekends.
- yes, the food in there is nothing special. But you're going for the slides and the waves, not for the restaurants. Bring your own food if you're picky.
- the complaint about the swimming shorts sounds ridiculous to me. It is the typical foreign guy who thinks he can bend the rules just because he is a laowai. Rules are rules, my friend, same for everyone, no matter where you come from. Those guys are just doing their job.Written 22 September 2013This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of TripAdvisor LLC.
- We have visited the museum after 5 years but haven't seen too many changes. Outdoor exposition is almost the same, just few models of space industry have been added.
1. Quiet place with interesting displayed items
2. Cheap tickets (8 adult, 4 kids)
1. No printed materials
2. No guide
3. Poor care of displayed aircraftWritten 3 January 2019This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of TripAdvisor LLC.
- I lived on Mingdu Lu for well over 15 years and saw a field become a BIG mall.
Great Mall........It took the need of going downtown out of the picture. One setback is some restos close faster than they open like morganfield ribs. It was nice to have all the USA fast food joints in case we wanted that as a taste of home. I Miss that mall and Shanghai.Written 12 October 2021This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of TripAdvisor LLC.
- If you look for some Western like restaurants Hongmei Entertainment street is an option.You find sports bar atmosphere, breweries,German style,Italian style, French style,Greek style and some local style restaurants. It gets crowded around 8 pm and later on with live music. Prices and quality of food is OK. Lots of Western people and some Chinese people looking for something different.Written 28 July 2017This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of TripAdvisor LLC.
- From Jan 29 to May 5 2021, the exhibition here is Mancul De Recul: Interdisciplinary Trends in Art. There were some paintings. There was a section for Nail Art. Music videos. And, a big section on pop culture together with the Viki Lulu House creative art. Entrance fee is 80 Yuan; expensive for not much!Written 24 March 2021This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of TripAdvisor LLC.
- The only option really if you want to go skiing in Shanghai! Of course it's just a small slope but it helps if you need your ski fix while being away from nature and mountains.Written 3 July 2019This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of TripAdvisor LLC.
- I went with my wife and a friend yesterday, September 25th, 2021. We took a Didi all the way there we live in Southern Pudong so this attraction was not too far from us but it still took 90 minutes to get there. There is a bus station on the main road outside the park but I would not getting there on public transport would not be easy. When it was time for us to leave it was not easy to catch a Didi, I had to use the app to find a taxi.
After passing the ticket-office there is a large space that has a huge old tree at the centre, to the right there is a long building, which contains very little but there is one small shop selling snacks, beverages and toys. To the right of that shop is the entrance to the park itself. Upon entering you are greeted with a stunning scene; a raised, stone walk-way over water with many old bridges and quaint building. It really is beautiful. As with this type of “garden” the route you take can be confusing, there is not a single path to follow, every so often there will be a crossroads or T-junction which, could lead you back to where you just came from. This can be frustrating if you do not pay attention to the choice of route but I think this also adds to the experience, the park would be busier and have less character if there was one single pathway to follow.
Behind the long open building that contains five or six, enormous decorative drums is a part of the park that is not as nice, in my opinion. This area is styled like a modern day park with lawns and some flowerbeds although there was one small area which was densely populated with some orange flowers which the butterflies were loving, so that is one reason to see the whole park.
We walked around for about 2 hours, the weather was great, more than warm but not too hot with a blue sky that really added to the beauty of the environment. Several electricity pylons, dominate the skyline, which does take away from the experience, but I managed to edit those out of some of my photos and overall it did not ruin our experience.Written 26 September 2021This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of TripAdvisor LLC.
- I decided to visit this location to source fruits for my company. I just so happened that Shanghai experienced heavy rains all day, with flooding in the streets. As a result this market which is huge, was mostly shutting down . Most of the vendors that were open, had the same selection of fruits. While I did manage to get 2 items on my list, the others weren't available here or out of season. I will definitely check back later in the year.Written 23 April 2018This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of TripAdvisor LLC.