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Riverside Promenade (Bingjiang Da Dao) Shanghai
Restuarants, parks, sports facilities and just green lawns cover the new side.
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Huangpu River Shanghai
Huangpu Park with its dramatic and spot lit Monument to the Peoples’ Heroes looked lovely.
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Yu Garden (Yuyuan) Shanghai
Visit Yu Garden if you want to see amazing tranquility, nature, intricate skilled crafts and artwork, and a large number of very big koi fish.
This is one of the prettiest parks-- lovely to walk through and feels so serene even though it is in the hustle and bustle of a shopping area!
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Jing'an Sculputure Park Shanghai
Surrounding the Natural History Museum with its own Metro station is this lovely park with some fun sculptures.
A lovely park with some fabulously quirky sculptures - highlight of the day!
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Fuxing Park Shanghai
We started our tour at the park and were able to spend time with locals- singing, watching musicians, calligraphy writers practicing with large, mop like pens and water on the sidewalks, all kinds of martial arts,...
Reading newspapers, playing cards, dancing, doing tai chi, Fuxing Park is a beautifully maintained neighborhood hangout for seniors at the edge of the French Concession, and just across from a very high-end shoppi...
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Century Park Shanghai
Boating on the river, walking the paths, reading the plant names, riding the four seater bikes, fun lunch, small amusement park, a wonderful bonsai area, great park!
Beautiful tree lines lakes, interesting paths, beach areas, flowers, grass areas, seating, boating lake and interesting places meandering through the park.
Shanghai Wild Animal Park Shanghai
We visited the park with our little one and half year kid, we hired one row bicycle to ride through the park and it saves us a lot of time as the park is too big and a lot of places to discover, so i recommend that.
And around the park there are so many animals to hold (baby lions or tigers)... feed (kangaroos, giraffes, lions, etc.) ... ride (elephants)... and you cannot forget playing with the Lemurs!
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Shanghai Zhongshan Park Shanghai
Many kinds of things going on there from music to tai chi and people doing choreography dancing etc. its a great park for a stroll and is lovely.
Fantastic with kids amusement park style rides
Guyi Garden Shanghai
The park is really big with beautiful pavilions and ponds everywhere.
We spent 2 hours in the park and wished we had 3, if you take photos or film like we did allow the time and for tea.
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Pearl of the Orient Cruise Ship Terminal Shanghai
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Shanghai Ocean Aquarium Shanghai
I stand 202cm tall and in the underwater tunnel the above happened !! It was pretty cool as it felt like I was truly amongst it with nature in the tunnel.
I had thought Hong Kong Oceans Park was better but this definitely better having seen it again this summer.
Shanghai Renmin Park Shanghai
East Nanjing street touches the park, it is one of the craziest street in Shanghai and this park is so quiet and feels so unpolluted that it is interesting to have them side by side.
Within the park are further notable attractions, in one of which, the Museum of Contemporary Art, we spent a couple of enjoyable hours.
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Lu Xun Memorial and Gravesite Shanghai
Beautiful Park and Memorial
Huangpu Park Shanghai
Bund Valentine Wall Shanghai
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Shanghai Botanical Garden Shanghai
Gorgeous park, easy to get to off the line 3 metro and go when it opens before the crowds
I love how people use the parks to practice singing, playing instruments, tai chi, stretching or dancing.
Lujiazui Central Greenland Shanghai
Downtown is always crowded and busy, while this park is just the opposite - less people, super peaceful and quiet.
Shanghai does parks very well.
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Gongqing Forest Park Shanghai
It was excellent show, well maintained people friendly park.
We have a large family of 5 children ages 1 to 14 and we all really enjoyed the park.
Gucun Garden Shanghai
Stroll through the park and enjoy the flowers, greenery and tranquility away from the bustling Shanghai streets.
It sits just above the gucun park station and four a mere 20rmb you get access to a huge park with acres and acres of cherry and plum trees.
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Guilin Park Shanghai
Although a little way from city centre, this park is a fantastic example of chinese garden architecture.
Living this area(walking distance to the park) for more than 15 years, visited for countless time, some alone, most with family or friends.
Sheshan Forest Park Shanghai
A very special park with astronomy museum and an observatory, A Catholic Basilica high up on the hill and a bamboo forest worth taking a walk.
Changfeng Park Shanghai
Great park with good views and well maintained areas.
It gives you a glimpse of the way in which locals also enjoy the park.
Gokurakuyu Shanghai
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Biking Trail-China Outside Adventure Shanghai
Da'ning Lingshi Park Shanghai
This is a beautiful and well-maintained park poplar with Chinese families.
I was staying at Marriott Park view which is opposite Daning Park.
Shanghai Zoo (Shanghai Dongwu Yuan) Shanghai
there is a shopping mall full of choice for yr meat... enjoy this wonderful urban, but nature park, peaceful, nice... this is our family's best afternoon open park as always...
Plenty to see, and the large park with many lakes is worthy to walk around on its own right.
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Xujiahui Park Shanghai
The beautifully maintained park features a mass of tall, leafy trees that provide bountiful shade to myriad benches beneath them.
Just another example of one of the many beautiful parks that can be found in the midst of this huge city.
Wusongkou Paotaiwan Forest Marsh Park Shanghai
The park is a beautiful network of woodland walkways, wetlands, ponds and shoreline boardwalk.
The park was opened in 2007, but looks still well maintained.
Binjiang Park Shanghai
Binjiang Park is a good starting point and if you head downstream you can get to beyond the Yangpu bridge passing all the old dockyards along the way.
Gucheng Park Shanghai